Survey on Bunbury Regional Art Galleries

Kate FieldingSouth Western Times
Bunbury Regional Art Galleries is an iconic feature of the city.
Camera IconBunbury Regional Art Galleries is an iconic feature of the city. Credit: South Western Times

Bunbury City Council launched an online survey yesterday in a bid to help guide the future of the iconic Bunbury Regional Art Galleries.

The council will be talking with artists, stakeholders, art enthusiasts and the wider community about the future of the facility, the role it plays within the community, and its governance model.

Public forums will be held on March 8 at the galleries’ Dance Studio.

Deputy Mayor Jaysen Miguel said the facility was an important community asset and the review would ensure it continued to be so.

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“I encourage the community to participate and give its feedback which will then go on to inform future endeavours of the gallery,” Cr Miguel said.

“BRAG is currently managed by the City of Bunbury and houses the city’s art collection.

“It also presents a dynamic and ever-changing roster of exhibitions by local artists, as well cutting-edge touring exhibitions from around the country.”

To take part in the online survey click here.

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