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Ngalipa Wangka Art Project

The East Kalgoorlie Primary School (EKPS) Ngalipa Wangka Art Project is a collaboration between acclaimed local Aboriginal artists Edie Ulrich, Marjorie Stubbs and Danny Ulrich and EKPS upper primary.

  • Dates:Nov 1 - Dec 9
  • Time(s):10:00am – 3:00pm
  • Venue:Museum of the Goldfields

Details

  • Hosted By:Museum of the Goldfields
  • Venue Address:17 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430
  • Type:Museum events,Aboriginal Art & Events
  • Audience:Family-Friendly,For kids 4-12
  • Produced By:WA Museum
  • Event Venue:Museum of the Goldfields

Description

This project provided an amazing opportunity for students to absorb cultural knowledge and mentorship from respected members of the community and to share this with the wider Kalgoorlie-Boulder community.

Together we have created a major artwork which depicts local flora interwoven with elements of local Aboriginal culture.

EKPS would like to thank our sponsors who have provided invaluable support, both financially and in practical ways.

This truly has been a team effort and we are so grateful to you all. 

Mamma Mia: The Concert!

A masterful and stimulating concert with new vocal and symphonic harmonies, bringing to life the ABBA repertoire in a concert of epic proportions! You’ll be singing and dancing in the aisles!

  • Dates:Thursday 24 October 2019
  • Time(s):Doors open 6.45pm; Show starts 7.30pm
  • Venue:Narrogin Town Hall

Details

  • Hosted By:Arts Narrogin
  • Venue Address:Narrogin Town Hall, 80 Federal Street
  • Ticket Price FROM:45
  • Ticket price TO:50
  • Type:Music
  • Audience:Adults
  • Music:Popular Music

Description

A masterful and stimulating concert with new vocal and symphonic harmonies, bringing to life the ABBA repertoire in a concert of epic proportions! You’ll be singing, dancing and simply enjoying what is undoubtedly the number one vocal interpretation of the ABBA songs in the world today. The glorious melodies and harmonies are re-invigorated and given new life by The Most powerful all female group in Australia, The Ten Sopranos!

Artistic and Musical director Penny Pavlakis (The critically acclaimed and multi-award-winning International Star known to her peers as “The Singers’ Singer” who brings to the stage star power very few people can) brings her supreme talents to Australian audiences in a concert you will never forget, paying homage to the magnificent songs of ABBA.

This powerful group of ten women; Penny Pavlakis, Jemilly Kalil, Jade Riordan-Ayoub, Holly Prophet, Elizabeth Cartmer, Maria Hemphill, Tiana Young, Emma Masters, Sophia Campion and Ava Levin, will mesmerise you with their vocal magic!

THURSDAY 24 OCTOBER 2019
Narrogin Town Hall
Doors open 6.45pm for a 7.30pm start

Seating in Rows or Tables of 6
Licenced Bar
BYO Food

TICKET PRICES (inclusive of booking fee)
$50 Adult
$45 Member/Concession
$45 Early Bird tickets – Book by the end of September!

Deep Light: Illuminating The Wrecks Of Sydney And Kormoran

For more than 66 years, the location of the two ships remained a mystery. Then, in 2008, the Finding Sydney Foundation and shipwreck expert David Mearns found the wrecks off Shark Bay.

  • Dates:Oct 26 - Mar 29
  • Time(s):10:00am – 3:00pm
  • Venue:Museum of the Goldfields

Details

  • Hosted By:Museum of the Goldfields
  • Venue Address:17 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430
  • Type:Museum events
  • Audience:Adults,Family-Friendly,For seniors
  • Produced By:WA Museum
  • Event Venue:Museum of the Goldfields

Description

The World War Two encounter between HMAS Sydney (II) and the disguised German raider HSK Kormoran off the Western Australian coast stands as Australia’s worst naval disaster. 81 men from Kormoran were killed and 318 survived. All 645 men on Sydney were lost.

For more than 66 years, the location of the two ships remained a mystery. Then, in 2008, the Finding Sydney Foundation and shipwreck expert David Mearns found the wrecks off Shark Bay.

In 2015, the WA Museum and Curtin University, with vital assistance from DOF Subsea, the Commonwealth Government and other supporters, returned to the wreck sites. Using remotely controlled equipment, the team captured stunning underwater images that revealed the fate of the ships on the seabed, over two kilometres beneath the waves.

In this poignant exhibition, remarkable images and footage allow us to witness this tragic moment in World War Two history, preserved in a remote world of solemn loss, wondrous creatures and surprising colour.

Deep Light is on at Museum of the Goldfields from Saturday 26 October until Sunday 29 March.

Entry is free, donations are welcome.

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