Welcome to ArtGeo Cultural Complex


ArtGeo Cultural Complex is the brand name the City of Busselton has given to its cultural precint at the jetty-end of Queen Street.

Rikai (understanding)

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04/12/2016 00:00

Kimonos, woodcuts and ikebana commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Busselton and Sugito Sister Cities Association

28 October to 4 December 2016

City of Busselton Art Award 2016

16/09/2016 00:00
23/10/2016 00:00

Contemporary Western Australian art

16 September to 23 October 2016

A Year in the Making - 12 Months / 12 Themes / 12 Makers

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07/08/2016 00:00

A diverse selection of conceptual, contemporary jewellery developed over the course of a year that draws attention to the

City of Busselton Art Award Entry Forms

Winner City of Busselton Art Award 2014 'What have you seen my blue-eyed son?' by Ron Nyisztor

City of Busselton Art Award 2016

1st Prize $10,000 (acquisitive) plus 5 week solo exhibition in ArtGeo Gallery (2017)

Emerging Artist Award $2,500 (non-acquisitive)

$500 People's Choice (non-acquisitive)

Entries close Monday 29 August 2016

Non-refundable entry fee $33 (inc GST)

Opening Soon

08/04/2016 18:00

WAFTA Post CardWAFTA Post CardPlease join us for the opening of Memory and Commemmoration by the Western Australian Fibre and Textiles Association on Friday 8 April at 6 pm

All our openings are free and no bookings are required. 

Learn with the WAFTA


Are you feeling arty?  The Western Australian Fibre and Textile Association is offering 5 fabulous workshops in ArtGeo's Fodder Room. 
Don't miss this opportunity to learn from some of the best!

Fabulous Ferrous with Kerrie ArgentFabulous Ferrous with Kerrie Argent

Chris Williamson - The Unrepentant Illustrator


After six years devoted to object-making and expressing his ideas in a robust cabinet-of-curiosities style of found objects, this new body of work reflects Chiris Williamson's skill as an illustrator. 

Memory and Commemoration

08/04/2016 18:00
15/05/2016 16:00

WAFTA Post Card: Julia Sutton left and Joyce Tasma rightWAFTA Post Card: Julia Sutton left and Joyce Tasma rightLaunched at the  2015 Quilt and Craft Fair, this exhibition is travelling to Busselton to embrace those who came before us and give expression to events that shaped our lives.  This theme was chosen by the members of the Western Australian Fibre and Tex

Stories from the Collection

The City of Busselton art collection was begun in the early 1960s with a bequest by Perth based philanthropist, Claude Hotchin.  These are some of the stories behind the collection.

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