Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley

Gallery hours  Mon – Fri, 11am – 5pm, and every Sunday, 1 – 5pm

Free Admission

T 9266 4155

Mardi Crocker

Bathox, 2017,

oil on board, 40.5 x 30.5 cm.

Image courtesy of Bo Wong

Director’s Cut

Until  8 July 2018


The John Curtin Gallery, in celebration of its 20th anniversary, presents Directors’ Cut, an exhibition of works drawn principally from the Curtin University Art Collection which is also celebrating its 50th anniversary.


Directors Cut is curated by John Curtin Gallery Director, Chris Malcolm, in collaboration with the two other curators who have led the JCG since it opened – John Barrett-Lennard (founding Director, 1995–2000) and Professor Ted Snell (Dean of Art, 2001–2009),  reflecting their distinctive views of the Curtin University Art Collection.


The curators have selected significant and rarely seen works for the exhibition, whichalso challenge ideas about the role of university art collections and the education and engagement opportunities that such resources present for the broader community.

Higher Degrees 18

27 July – 2 September


Curtin University’s postgraduate exhibition featuring graduating Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students showcases some of the most innovative art being made in Western Australia today.


Higher Degrees18 features discrete projects by exciting emerging and mid-career artists: Mardi Crocker, Kelsey Ashe Giambazi, Alana McVeigh and Layli Rakhsha.


The artists, who are completing their doctoral studies, will present a range of works including printmaking, photography, ceramics and video works. Shown alongside these works is a selection of art works by recently completed HDR students.



Kelsey Ashe Giambazi 2017

Digital Print, Lino Print, Pencil and Ink on Paper. 64 x 94cm.

Image courtesy of Kelsey Ashe Giambazi.






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