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Previous Wireless Hill Museum Exhibitions

Explore the previous exhibitions we have held at Wireless Hill Museum. If you have any questions or are looking for a specific exhibit please contact our friendly team who will be able to help you out. 

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Freedom: Stories from Skate Culture WA (2022)

This previous exhibition featuring commissioned works by highly regarded WA visual artist Bevan Honey. The exhibition turned the spotlight on Perth’s contribution to a Cultural Revolution and trace local stories, design innovation and artistry from the 1960s to the present day.

Signals, Cyphers and Stories (2021)

In partnership with Innovative Stitches, Wireless Hill Museum presented an embroidery exhibition in response to the site history of Wireless Hill, and the history of telecommunications.
 

Transmission (2020)

The exhibition Transmission celebrated the unique story of the VHF (Very High Frequency) Amateur Radio Club of WA, who have resided onsite at Wireless Hill Park since the 1972. Originally known as the Applecross Wireless Station, the site was formally opened in 1912, when telecommunications switched from underwater cable to the mast antenna, signalling the beginning of a new era in radio transmission and telecommunications.
 

A Centenary of Wireless Hill (2012)

A Centenary of Wireless Hill celebrated the 100th anniversary of Wireless Hill Station in 2012. The Centenary of Wireless Hill exhibition setup took place over 5 days in September 2012, in the lead-up to the Centenary Celebrations.

 

Wireless Hill Centenary Exhibition Installation from Creative Spaces on Vimeo.

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