Series S2505 - FILES - EXHIBITIONS

Identity area

Reference code

AU WA S2505

Title

FILES - EXHIBITIONS

Date(s)

  • 1936-01-01 - (Creation)

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Files

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Context area

Name of creator

AU WA A496 - PUBLIC LIBRARY, MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (1911-01-01 - 1955-01-01)

Administrative history

The Public Library of Western Australia was amalgamated with the Museum and Art Gallery in 1911 and the name changed accordingly.

Name of creator

AU WA A669 - WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY [2] (1955-01-01 - 1959-12-31)

Administrative history

Following the separation of the Public Library from the Museum and Art Gallery the latter two organisations continued to be administered together until the Museum Act and the Art Gallery Act were proclaimed in 1959.

Name of creator

AU WA A670 - WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ART GALLERY (1960-01-01 - 1978-01-01)

Administrative history

The Western Australian Art Gallery was established as a separate body following the passing of the Art Gallery Act in 1959. Previously the Art Gallery had been administered jointly with the Museum and prior to that with the Public Library and the Museum. Following a change of name in 1978, the Art Gallery became known as the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Name of creator

AU WA A671 - ART GALLERY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (1978-01-01 -)

Administrative history

Following a change of name in 1978, the Western Australian Art Gallery became known as the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Archival history

Content and structure area

Scope and content

Exhibition files document the establishment and curatorial work for setting up touring and in-house exhibitions at the Art Gallery of WA (and its predecessors). The files may contain curatorial/research notes, budget plans, marketing plans, establishment correspondence, as well as listings of the items exhibited.

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Numerical

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Open

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