Explore the John Curtin Gallery at your own pace within normal operating hours. You may consider using some of our self-guided activities from our website.
There is no cost for self-guided visits but bookings are essential and places are limited.
Our 2021 program is now available here.
Details of our our Perth Festival Exhibition are:
Abdul-Rahman Abdullah “Everything is True”
Exhibition dates: 5 Feb – 24 Apr 2020
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 11am – 5.oopm.
School groups can be booked from 9.00am.
Our education resources are available to download here: Everything Is True – Education Pack
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The John Curtin Gallery requires the following supervision ratios, with a mandatory minimum of 2 supervisors per school.
- Years K-2, minimum 1 adult to 5 students
- Years 3-9, minimum 1 adult to 10 students
- Years 10-12 minimum 1 supervisor with the group
The responsibility of children’s welfare and behaviour remains with the teaching staff from the visiting school or educational organisation. Please ensure that your adult supervisor is aware of their role in regards to the behaviour and safety of your students.
Teachers should bring: student medical details and emergency contact details, small first aid kit,
Transport arrangements are the responsibility of the school.
Drop-off and pick-up bus bays are available outside the gallery (Building 200A)
Please advise your booking contact if you require long-term vehicle parking.
Public Transport: There are a number of buses to Curtin University, visit Transperth for more information. The nearest train stop is Canning Bridge.
At the Gallery
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early so that your details can be registered.
Students will be required to leave their bags at reception. They may take notebooks, pens/pencils, worksheets etc with them into the galleries. No food or drinks can be taken into the galleries.
Please remind students that art works on display are fragile and valuable, so please remind students not to touch works of art nor lean on walls. As a guide all visitors should remain at least one metre away from art works at all times.