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26°S 121°E | On the Map presents a comprehensive survey of printmaking in Western Australia. Curated by Laura A. Taylor, this exhibition unites work by 35 WA print artists and presents a tantalising glimpse of the diversity of print practices that can be found between Broome and Albany.
Adapted from the award-winning book by Shaun Tan, Rules of Summer is an immersive, interactive, and multi-sensory puppetry work. The world premiere follows the journey of two boys who experience the emotional journey of life, the unwritten rules of friendship, and a list of mysterious rules...
Barefaced Stories features some of the world’s best solo raconteurs, from comedians to bus drivers and accountants to pro wrestlers. This month's theme: Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda.
Join us for a free spoken word workshop series facilitated by Sukhjit Khalsa and Abdulrahman Hammoud, where you can connect with other young people (aged 15+) from diverse cultures and faiths to create new expressions in spoken word poetry.
Stephen King’s classic novel Carrie is the latest horror-themed stage show to come from Dark Psychic Productions – and it’s being brought to life as a musical.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play, I Am My Own Wife is an examination of the life of German antiquarian Charlotte von Mahlsdorf. Born Lothar Berfelde, she killed her father when she was 12 years old, was sentenced to four years in juvenile prison and survived the Nazi and Communist regimes in plain sight as a transvestite.
Discover a passionate film-maker – admire a screen legend – celebrate a local hero.
This stage adaptation of the acclaimed Swedish novel and ﬁlm, Let the Right One In tells of a friendship between a boy and a centuries-old vampire. Oskar is a bullied lonely teenager living with his mother on a housing estate on the outskirts of town. Eli is the young girl who has just moved in next door. She doesn’t go to school and never leaves the ﬂat by day.
A desire to see young performers and artists discover and grow into their potential is the driving force behind The HotHouse Company, an innovative and engaging arts program that links people to industry professionals.
Care about cultivating youth voice and culture within Perth? Have an opinion on a social issue you'd like to be heard? Are talented within the realms of writing, poetry, art, dance or music?
KSP’s national poetry competition offers cash prizes and certificates. We will also publish all WA winners in our end of year anthology, with contributors to receive a free copy at the launch in December.
The 2017 state summit will provide you with an opportunity to connect with WA's regional arts sector and grow your networks.
Learn the art of storytelling with Barefaced Stories co-creator, ABC presenter and comedian Andrea Gibbs in this two day workshop at the Centre for Stories on November 18 & 19.