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Events for 29th Jun 2024

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Andy Warhol Collection - Campbell’s Soup Cans series

Andy Warhol cans image

The Wanneroo Regional Gallery is proud to present a collection of works from one of the 20th century's most influential artists, Andy Warhol.

Opening hours

  • Wednesday to Saturday // 10am to 4pm
  • Closed Monday, Tuesday, Sunday and public holidays


The Andy Warhol works are a long-term loan from the National Gallery of Australia with support from the Australian Government as part of Sharing the National Collection initiative. The partnership will see the Wanneroo Regional Gallery display over 50 artworks by Andy Warhol over a two-year period from March 2024, with a small selection of pieces on display and rotated every three months.  

A new, discrete selection of some of the most recognisable symbols of Pop Art, the Campbell’s Soup Cans, will be on display from 12 June along with a larger-than-life painting of Elvis. 

These works will be exhibited in a small section of the Gallery alongside the City’s main exhibition, the annual Community Art Awards and Exhibition, which showcases over 140 works from talented local artists in the City and beyond. 

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Andy Warhol  
Salvatore Silkscreen Company (printer)
Factory Additions (publisher) 
Untitled 1968 
screenprint, printed in coloured inks. sheet, each 91.8  x 61.3  cm, overall 183.6  x 306.5  cm 
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra The Poynton Bequest 2006 
© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, 8 Inc./ARS. Licensed by Copyright Agency
2006.859.3

National NAIDOC Week

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Grow your understanding of First Nations cultures and histories through a range of free activities held in the City of Wanneroo to commemorate National NAIDOC Week. 

National NAIDOC Week (7 – 14 July) celebrates and recognises the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 

Join us for a range of events in the City including:

  • Noongar photography exhibition
  • Welcome to Country exhibition, focused on celebrating and elevating Noongar voices, culture and creativity.
  • Noongar Storytime with Rickeeta Walley
  • Noongar singing masterclass
  • NAIDOC Week tree planting session

The City is also proud to host an official ceremony raising the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Australian flags. 

Some events require bookings. Find out more about the above events and book your place at wanneroo.wa.gov.au/naidocweek

Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud & Proud – Photography exhibition

Uncle Herbert Bropho kneeling at corner of St George’s Tce and William St during a protest marking three decades since the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody report was tabled, 15th April 2021, Cole Baxter.

Connect with this year’s NAIDOC Week theme and visit the Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre to see a collection of Noongar photographer Cole Baxter’s images on display.

Opening hours

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday // 10am to 4pm

Come and view an exhibition celebrating NAIDOC titled “KEEP THE FIRE BURNING! BLAK LOUD AND PROUD by Noongar photographer Cole Baxter. Cole Baxter’s is a Noongar man from the Farmer family. He’s often seen documenting rallies and protests on Noongar country and interviewing Indigenous authors.

This photographic exhibition by Cole Baxter celebrates this year’s NAIDOC theme and speaks to the enduring strength and vitality of First Nations culture.

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Uncle Herbert Bropho kneeling at corner of St George’s Tce and William St during a protest marking three decades since the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody report was tabled, 15th April 2021, Cole Baxter.

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