Located within micro galleries, the second installment of the Wesfarmers Collection photographic display focuses on place, tastes and traditions from iconic Australian artists.
Taking dumpster diving to the next level. Increase your survival odds in a postcapitalist apocalypse. Gain the vital skills needed to exist in a world of catastrophic weather fluctuations.
Sydney-based WA artist Consuelo Cavaniglia presents atmospheres. This beautiful mural transforms an everyday space into a spectacle to behold.
Catch a range of short films curated especially for the Winter Arts Season at the Northbridge Piazza.
In the picture book Colour Me by Western Australia’s Ezekiel Kwaymullina and Moira Court, a rainbow is used as a metaphor for our diversity and uniqueness.
Showcasing works across a range of mediums, this space allows for AGWA to express the many ways that craft and design practitioners use their materials to engage with the world. With works drawn...
Throughout June, Centre for Stories will set at up locations around the City to collect short stories from the public.
The crime scene is a zoo, a security guard has been shot and a prized white rhino has been stolen. Can you help solve this crime?
Commissioned for the City of Perth’s TRANSART: TRANSITION 2017 public art program, _Foundations_2100_ is a conceptual seawall and sound artwork that acts as a public memorial to the year 2100.
Using the rainbow as a metaphor for our diversity, see the radiant screen prints and draft materials from Ezekiel Kwaymullina and Moira Court’s picture book Colour Me.
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