Kalamunda and Lesmurdie artists to give free talks at Art Gallery of WA


Melissa Clements, Study after Caravaggio’s St Jerome: Part 1 and 2.
Amberley Bradley, Rise.
Kalamunda and Lesmurdie artists to give free talks at Art Gallery of WA
Melissa Clements, Study after Caravaggio’s St Jerome: Part 1 and 2. Amberley Bradley, Rise.

YOUNG artists from Kalamunda and Lesmurdie will participate in a series of talks at the Art Gallery of WA this month.

Former Kalamunda Senior High School student Amberley Bradley, of Lesmurdie, and Perth College graduate Melissa Clements, of Kalamunda, have had their artwork selected in Year 12 Perspectives.

They will both speak about their work in free artist talks at the gallery on March 25, hosted by associate curator Dunja Rmandic.

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Gallery director Stefano Carboni said the exhibition was a much-loved annual event.

“Not only does it foster participation and demonstrate the wonderful work of the young artists, it also provides an opportunity for the WA community to engage and show support by coming to visit the gallery during the exhibition,” he said.

It runs until April 2.