An ensemble musical comedy, The Yeomen of the Guard, is coming to UWA’s Dolphin Theatre for a gripping season from October 24. Presented by The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of WA, the production promises blind passion and relentless intrigue set in the Tower of London.
From under-acknowledged 1930s Australian artists to the innovation of contemporary arts in WA, the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery opens two new exhibitions at the end of August. Drawing from disparate time periods, the gallery offers a singular opportunity to examine the evolution of Australian art across paintings, drawings, prints, and textiles. Read on to get a glimpse of what’s to come for one of Australia’s finest university galleries.
Every Friday of university semester, the UWA Conservatorium of Music opens the doors of Callaway Auditorium for a free lunchtime concert. Yes, you heard that right; a free concert from one of Australia’s finest music schools, not to mention the classical stars they regularly snap up to perform. With almost 10 concerts left to see out the season, here’s an overview of what’s playing when the lunch bell chimes at one o’clock.
The UWA Cultural Precinct features many prominent galleries and museums for students, alumni, and the general public to explore. From contemporary arts and design to Aboriginal art and geological artefacts, the university has a cluster of rich and well-curated sites to explore. Better still, locals and visitors alike can take in the beautiful grounds of WA’s oldest university whilst soaking up it’s historical and cultural treasures.