Showcasing the pre-eminent art collection in Western Australia

Minister's Media Statements

29 articles
Page 1 of 3
Previous1 2 3
Results per page
15 Nov 2017
The McGowan Government has allocated $93,000 for upgrades to the Limelight Theatre in Wanneroo, allowing for the installation of new stage curtains, foyer furniture and a new storage area for the theatre's equipment.
14 Nov 2017
The State Theatre Centre of Western Australia's Rehearsal Room 2 will be renamed Middar Room, with the new name to be bestowed in a ceremony.
13 Nov 2017
Screenwest has announced the appointment of Mr Seph McKenna as the new chief executive officer of Screenwest, one of Australia's most progressive and leading screen sector agencies.
13 Nov 2017
The value of community broadcasting is on show with Alternative Frequencies: 40 Years of RTRFM, an exhibition that opened today at the State Library of Western Australia.
13 Nov 2017
Perth Festival has announced its 2018 program, which heralds the arrival in Western Australia of more than 700 local, national and international artists next February.
03 Nov 2017
A free family day will be held at the Subiaco Arts Centre this Sunday, November 5 to celebrate the organisation's 60th anniversary.
03 Nov 2017
Latest figures from the 2016 Census show that the performing arts and sports sectors are the fastest growing providers of jobs in Western Australia.
25 Oct 2017
Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman last night announced the recipients of the inaugural State Arts and Culture Partnership Honours.
17 Oct 2017
High Tide 17 - part of the inaugural Fremantle Biennale - is set to transform the port city's West End precinct into a massive, outside art gallery.
16 Oct 2017
After hugely popular performances in previous years, Mental Health Week 2017 will again officially close with a night of stand-up comedy designed to raise community awareness of mental health issues.