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Art in the City

The City's art collection aims to promote the development of local art and artists, contribute to the cultural development of the City, and provide an insight into the historical growth and development of the City for current and future residents.

The art collection is located throughout the City's staffed premises and at some community facilities. Access to the collection is provided through a program of circulation, publications and limited viewing opportunities.

Public Art

There are many benefits of integrating art into community spaces. Public art makes the unique experience, character and history of public places more visible and accessible. It enriches our experience of public places and makes us feels these places are genuinely ours.

Past projects include:

  • Foothills Mural (near Cash Converters, in the Gosnells Town Centre)
  • Kenwick Village Public Art
  • Thornlie Community Centre Urban Art Mural
  • Peace Park Sculptures.

For more information on public art, please contact the Arts and Culture Development Officer on 9397 3104.

Whitely room exhibitions

Are you a local artist looking for a temporary exhibition space?

The Whitely Room is a free exhibition space available within the City of Gosnells Agonis Building that is located within the Gosnells Town Centre. For more information about exhibiting inside the Whitely Room, contact the City’s Arts and Cultural Development Officer, Sian Brown, via email to or 9397 3104. A booking form is available within the ‘Related Links’ section below.

Amherst Village Library Art Nook

This cosy space located within the Amherst Library in Southern River, regularly exhibits artworks by local artists and hosts a substantial collection of art books.

The Art Nook is open during the library's normal opening hours and entry is free. If you are an artist or craftsperson and would to display your work at the Art Nook, please follow the link below.

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