Young graduating Year 12 WA artists are again celebrated as Year 12 Perspectives becomes Pulse Perspectives to better reflect what this exhibition is about: gauging the pulse of young people who will influence, empower and shape the world we live in.
What makes a Mountain features the work of gallery attendants, management staff and studio artists: Natalie Blom, Danyon Burge, Jennifer Catalano, Chris De Sira, Kelsey Diamond, Jessica Gray, Molly Chen He, Gabby Loo, Lennon Novotna, Donna Sadler, Laura Sikes, and Danica Zuks.
If you missed FRINGE WORLD award winning Indigenous dance sensation Djuki Mala last time, make them top of your must-see list! Be first in line to catch the encore performance of the infectious, high energy dance group that fuses traditional dance and pop culture.
If you're looking for something to do this January, places are still available for fun school holiday classes at the Tresillian Arts Centre.
Whether it’s origami, sculpture, mosaics, succulents, printmaking, fine art, embroidery, sewing or learning more about artists, talented tutors are on hand to deliver classes for ages five up to 17.
Our Sandman is an intimate, immersive and multi-sensorial sound work about our dreams and the presence of the Sandman in both our dream-driven and dream-deprived lives.
Audiences are invited to relax into their sleeping selves, close their eyes and listen to the stories of vivid dreamers and avid sleepers amongst new electronic music pieces presented in a nest of mattresses and softness.
Are you ready for bling! Building on the success of The Rise of Sneaker Culture and Heath Ledger: A Life in Pictures, AGWA presents the next exhibition in its Culture Juice program: Beyond Bling! celebrating, exploring and making jewellery and adornment.
Work with an expert team to create and run an escape room game. Merging the digital and the physical with augmented reality technology, you'll create fiendish puzzles, mysterious storylines and beautiful pieces of visual and written art, all stitched together into an immersive game experience where players get locked in a room and have to solve a series of puzzles to escape.
The saucy and cheeky, subversive and hilarious Elixir returns to Fringe World Perth from 13 February to 25 February 2018. With sold-out success around the world, the boys have perfected their craft at the likes of Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Brighton Fringe. Elixir brings an all-new production and creative team with them to Perth, taking their slapstick circus to a whole new level.
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.
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...
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.
This workshop series offers young people aged 11 – 25 a chance to learn about the skills of the future with seventeen-year-old inventor, social entrepreneur and educational pioneer Taj Pabari and the Fiftysix Creations team.
The new Six Seasons Gallery (named after the Noongar six seasons) is a space dedicated to the display and interpretation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art from the State Art Collection.
A musical re-telling of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is being brought to life at the Old Mill Theatre this December. Written by James Leisy and directed by Justin Freind, Scrooge is closely adapted from the music and screenplay from the 1970 film of the same name.
Check out some of WA’s freshest emerging artists, bringing you new music, modern theatre, contemporary dance, and an exciting interactive installation all in one place, all for FREE!
The indomitable spirit of Londoners at the height of the Blitz comes to the fore in a stirring musical at Limelight Theatre this November and December Written by Lionel Bart – best known as composer of Oliver! – Blitz! is a musical full of family feuds, fun and forbidden love, sprinkled with nostalgic wartime melodies and rich characters.
The 2015 AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things will return to the Perth Cultural Centre to inspire and delight Perth children aged 0 – 12 and their families
Want to grow your arts practice into a successful career? Propel invites WA creatives from all artforms to our new series of arts industry networking and information forums, with the first event focusing on the business of art. Hear insights from a diverse panel of artists, curators and businesspeople. Get informed. Get involved. And get booking now, because spaces are limited!
Unsettle is an exhibition of new sculptural and installation works by three queer artists Liam Colgan, Kate Power and Derek Sargent. Unsettle examines how these different artists problematise current notions of sexuality and additionally inspect the dialogue between sexuality and ‘spatial’ art practices.
Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and Marrugeku present Marrugeku's Gudirr Gudirr. Winner of Australian Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance and a Helpmann finalist for Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer this production is not to be missed!
It’s time to get arts organised with Bonnie Davies from Bootleg Comedy! An artist, event manager and comedian with over 14 years of experience, Bonnie will be sharing her practical tips about time management, effective emailing and goal prioritization.
A compelling and memorable look beyond sound-bytes and headlines.Exploding the boundaries of theatre, From the Rubble is a unique multi-artform piece inspired by the work of one of Australia’s most cherished writers and journalists, Walkley Award winner Sophie McNeill.
Be inspired, learn, teach, present, network and make a change at The Regional Arts Australia Summit: Arts & Edges. Share an experience of desert life and join the conversations shaping our future at Australia’s best connected Summit in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Are you a young artist or arts worker looking for financial assistance to kickstart your career? Join the Department of Culture and the Arts to learn about funding available specifically for young people.