In 2020 Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery – the first purpose-built gallery on an Australian University campus – celebrates 30 years of programming that showcases the University of Western Australia's remarkable collection and the power of art to spark connection and conversation.
Join us in celebration as we host a range of activities that look back on our history as well as our future, highlighting the unique possibilities of university art galleries.
A series of new artworks commissioned for LWAG's south-facing windows.
Iain Dean: We are Crumbs
Pictured right: Iain Dean: We Are Crumbs. Photograph by Kate Shelton.
Public program series focusing on professional practice in the arts.
Thursday 30 April, 5-7pm
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Join Campbell Gray, Director of The University of Queensland Art Museum, to discuss the complex social, financial and architectural influences that impact exhibition-making.
Gray has spent 30 years working in art museums and previously worked as Director, Brigham Young University Museum of Art in Utah, USA. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Art History from the University of Sussex.
A full day of art-making, live music, food and more on LWAG's official 30th birthday!
Save the Date
Saturday 18 July, 11am–5pm