Cultural Precinct

Cultural Precinct

Exhibitions at LWAG

The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery at UWA has a rich program of exhibitions feauring works from the collection, works on loan as well as works commissioned for UWA. The 2015 program is: Yirrkala Drawings, HERE&NOW15, OBJECT LESSONS, Elise Blumann, WARMUN: Then and Now and DeMonstrable. 


A celebration of the contribution the arts make to the life of UWA and to the citizens of this State, our annual WINTERarts season has now commenced.

In this centenary year of the Gallipoli campaign, we have extended our program to commemorate those events with a series of concerts, exhibitions, workshops and talks scheduled throughout July and August.

Australians and War

During August, the Australians and War program will explore complex issues relating to war and the Anzac tradition.

It incorporates the work of prominent academics, acclaimed national and international artists as well as new and emerging artists and writers, students and alumni.

Westerly 60:1

Featuring previously unpublished work from Dorothy Hewett, photography by Randolph Stow, and a strong collection of contemporary poetry, essays and short stories, the latest edition of the Westerly is now available.

2015 Fred Alexander Fellowship Lecture

Hell Sounds, Birdsongs and Zeppelins: Emotions, Memory and the Soundscape of Great War: Prof. Joy Damousi considers the ways in which the sounds of the battlefield and home front defined the memory of the war and elicited a range of emotional responses.

Open Day 2015

Discover our courses, the UWA student experience and the endless opportunities that await you. Explore the University and join in fun activities and interactive competitions.