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2018 Community Art Awards and Exhibition

Artwork from the exhibition

The City of Wanneroo Community Art Awards and Exhibition is major feature of the City’s cultural calendar.

The Wanneroo Gallery is open Monday to Saturday, 10:00am to 4:00pm.

This popular event has been held annually since 2001.

With 230 artworks on show, the 2018 exhibition features a diversity of works in the categories of painting, drawing and sculpture. The exhibition provides an opportunity for a range of artists, who reside in Western Australia, to potentially sell their artwork and be eligible to win a prize, from the Award pool of $16,800. 

Image: Susan Hoy, The colour of Spring remains the same, (2018), 30cm x 30cm, gouache on watercolour paper, image courtesy the artist

Image: Helen Robins, In Conflict, (2018), ceramic and metal, 30cm x 30cm x 10cm, image courtesy the artist.

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Community Art Award and Exhibition

It's All About the Past

Its all about play

Every Monday during school term 10:00am - 11:00am

Come and learn all about Wanneroo's history!

This exciting program is designed for children aged 2-5 years old and their accompanying grown up. 

You will learn all about our past through songs, stories, crafts and by exploring our museum. 

No booking is required, but please come early as space is limited!

 

The Way Wanneroo Was

Black and white photo of Wanneroo

Even before the establishment of the Wanneroo townsite at the Wanneroo Road 16 mile peg in 1907, a number of important community places began to spring up to service the needs of the growing district.

Most of these places have come and gone, a few remain, but all have been important places in the building of the Wanneroo community we know today. This new display brings out objects from the Wanneroo Regional Museum collection, tangible reminders of The Way Wanneroo Was. On display until 22 June.

These are the objects being displayed:

  • Leather Satchel - Used by David Sears as a student at the Wanneroo State School in 1948.
  • The Oxford Reading Books IV
  • Western Australian Reader Book VI  Published by the Education Department of Western Australia in 1948.
  • Fob Watch and Case. Presented to Emma Jane Cockman by the Wanneroo Road Board in 1926, to celebrate her 50th wedding anniversary with James Samuel Cockman.
  • Wanneroo Road Board Plaques Wagon licence plates issued by the Wanneroo Road Board in 1908.
  • The Uniform General By-Laws for Regulating Motor Traffic and Standard Lights to be Carried by all Vehicles  Published by the WA Public Works Department in 1913.
  • E.L. Griffiths Perpetual Trophy, Fruit Section Awarded annually at the Wanneroo Agricultural Show from 1978 to 2011.
  • Rayners Trophy Presented to Margaret Cockman for the highest points in the Preserve Section at the Wanneroo Agricultural Show, 1948.        
  • Silver Trophy Presented to Peter Fomiatti for the highest points in the Vegetable Section at the Wanneroo Agricultural Show, 1934.
  • Junior Set of Carpet Bowls
  • Australian Pound Note. The Australian pound was the currency used in the early shops of Wanneroo, until it was replaced by the Australian dollar on 14 February 1966.        
  • Australian Coins c. 1919 – 1964
  • Parfait Glass and Beer Mug Liquid refreshments were always available at the pictures, dances and parties in the Wanneroo Road Board Hall and Centenary Hall. At the Centenary Hall Pictures, the Dennis’ operated a small kiosk for soft drinks as well as cigarettes and McRobinson’s chocolates

Opening hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 10:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Sunday closed
Public holidays - closed

Employment Skills in Girrawheen

Woman in job interview

Girrawheen Hub - Free Employability Skills Program

Tuesdays between 19 June and 17 July 2018.

Week 1 - 19 June 2018.
Strategy Planning.

Positive self image, transferable skills, goal setting, job search schedule, understanding workplace culture.

Week 2 - 26 June 2018.
Building your job search toolkit.

What employers look for when recruiting, resume development, writing cover letters.

Week 3 - 3 July 2018.
Reactive job search.

Online job seeking, addressing selection criteria, asking for feedback.

Week 4 - 10 July 2018.
Proactive job search.

Accessing the hidden job market, communication, establishing your network and how they can help.

Week 5 - 17 July 2018.
Interview skills.

How to prepare, what to wear, what to bring, how to effectively answer interview questions. 

Need resume help?

Call Girrawheen Library on 9342 8844 to book a one-on-one appointment between 1:00pm and 3:00pm every Monday.

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