Everyone is welcome at the John Curtin Gallery. We are committed to ensuring art is accessible to all of our community. We have an exciting Public Program and calendar of events including exhibitions, tours, floor talks, school holiday programs and facilitated workshops.
The exhibitions at the Gallery are free of charge. Our facilitated workshops attract a fee. Discounts are available for pensioners, students and healthcare card holders. We accept the Companion Card for workshops.
Plan your visit
We encourage you to plan your visit. For more information you can speak to our friendly team on +61 8 9266 4155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a number of ways to get to campus including by car, taxi and bus, train and bicycle. If you are using public transport, please visit Transperth’s website to plan your journey. Taxis can drop visitors a few metres from the Gallery entry. You can learn more about Curtin’s Physical Access Plan in our video.
Curtin has an electronic pay-as-you-go parking system called CellOPark. Register with CellOPark to pay for parking. Parking on weekdays is $1.55 per hour (maximum of $6.30 per transaction) and parking on weekends is free. All visitors should park in the Yellow Zone.
There are a number of ACROD parking bays available. Please search the Curtin Campus Map using ‘Parking ACROD’ for the locations of these bays.
Universal access toilets
Universal access toilets are located next to the Gallery.
Parents’ facilities are available in the Universal access toilets.
Accredited service dogs are welcome at the Gallery.
Please ask a staff member for assistance.
Public Wi-Fi is available.
There is a small Gallery shop onsite, which accepts EFTPOS.
Will there be somebody to help me if I need information?
Yes, for questions and assistance there are staff at the Gallery’s reception desk.