Together 100 Years Apart Exhibition

A Sense of Scale 11Bn Officers

11th Battalion A.I.F. on the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), in Giza Egypt

A joint WAGS and Curtin University exhibition is coming up at the John Curtin Gallery, Curtin University, Bentley Campus.

Opening on the 23rd April and running through to Late November 2015 this exhibition is presented in honour of all of those serving in the 11th Battalion.

A very large scale print of the iconic 11th Battalion Cheops photo was installed in the John Curtin Gallery on 25 March 2015.

This installation gives a different dimension to the photo and enables people to get a real sense of the scale of the occasion and location - impressive.

We hope that you will be able to visit the John Curtin Gallery and view the Exhibition, meantime a couple of images to whet your appetite. The exhibition was featuredin an article in The West Australian of 27 March 2015, as below.


            Installation under way                      Almost done                          Finishing Touches                      A Sense of Scale

WAGS Curtin Khufu installation - Installation under way  WAGS Curtin Khufu installation - Almaost done  WAGS Curtin Khufu installation - Finishing touches  WAGS Curtin Khufu installation - A sense of scale

Thanks are due to the Curtin University Vice Chancellor, Professor Deborah Terry, and the Director of John Curtin Gallery Mr Chris Malcolm, for their enthusiasatic support for the concept and implementation of this exhibition. Thanks are also due to Dr Andrew Hutchison from the Curtin School of Design and Art for initiating contact with WAGS, his ideas and work on the project to bring it to fruition.


The Big Picture - WAGS & Curtin Gallery article in The West Australian 27 March 2015



Last Updated on Saturday, 18 April 2015 11:28