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Expressions Of India

This exhibition explores a selection of paintings from the Berndt Museum of Anthropology's Ronald M. and Catherine H. Berndt Collection.

  • Dates:Jul 11th - Dec 5th, 2020
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Type:Art Exhibitions
  • Audience:Adults,For seniors
  • Produced By:UWA: University of Western Australia
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Visual Arts:Historical,Painting

Description

The artworks featured cut across religion, royalty and everyday life in India from various contexts and social perspectives. By sharing these works with the public, we hope to celebrate our connections to the Indo-Pacific region.

Art Exhibition: The Long Kiss Goodbye (CANCELLED)

Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and Perth Festival present The Long Kiss Goodbye, an exhibition exploring love, loss, attraction and repulsion.

  • Dates:Feb 8 - May 9
  • Time(s):11am - 5pm, Tues - Sat
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:Free entry
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Free,University
  • Audience:Adults,Family-Friendly,For seniors,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Description

The Long Kiss Goodbye explores how artists transform familiar materials and symbols into complex meditations on love, loss, attraction and repulsion: the ashes of visual diaries become ceremonial jewellery, fragments and studio scraps become an epic patchwork of memories, and simple actions become poignant rituals.

This evocative exhibition features a group of artists from around the nation, each with a unique connection to Western Australia.

Curated by Gemma Weston, Perth Festival Visual Arts Program Associate. Presented in association with Perth Festival.

Exhibition rus 8 February - 9 May 2020.

Artists include: Sarah Contos (NSW), Penny Coss (WA), Iain Dean (WA), Brent Harris (VIC), Clare Peake (NT), Michele Elliot with Tender Funerals (NSW)

 

Image: Sarah Contos, Sarah Contos Presents: The Long Kiss Goodbye (installation view), 2016, screen-print on linen, canvas and lamé, digital printed fabrics and various found fabrics, PVC, poly-fil, glass, ceramic and plastic beads, thread, artists' gloves, 330 x 610 x 25 cm, Gift of Janet & Diana Ramsay Foundation for the Ramsay Art Prize 2017, Art Gallery of South Australia, . Photograph courtesy the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.

 

Exhibition: Boomerang - A National Symbol (CANCELLED)

'Boomerang - A National Symbol' is presented by the Berndt Museum of Anthropology and is currently showing at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

  • Dates:Feb 8 - Jun 27
  • Time(s):11am - 5pm, Tues - Sat
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Berndt Museum of Anthropology
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:Free entry
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events,Art Exhibitions,Free,University
  • Audience:Adults,Family-Friendly,For seniors,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Visual Arts:Aboriginal,Historical

Description

Australia as a nation is recognised around the world by symbols of Aboriginal culture.

In this exhibition, the Berndt Museum explores the idea of the boomerang - beyond a symbol of 'Australia' - to highlight its many uses and meanings. The exhibition asks audiences: 'How much do you know about boomerangs?'

Exhibition rus 8 February - 27 June

Image: (top) Mowanjum, Western Australia. Carved wood with natural pigments. Gift of P. Lucich, Berndt Museum of Anthropology [1976/0517].; (bottom) Western Australia. Carved and incised wood with natural pigments. Gift of O. Mirmikidis, Berndt Museum of Anthropology [2005/0010.

Friends of LWAG Lecture Series: Australian Landscape Then & Now (CANCELLED)

Join the Friends of LWAG group for their 3-part lecture series on Australian landscapes.

  • Dates:Feb 29, Mar 21, Apr 4
  • Time(s):1:00pm - 3:30pm
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:$10
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Talks & Lectures
  • Audience:Adults,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Description

The Friends of Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery present the next theme in their Art History Lecture Series: ‘Australian Landscape Then and Now’. Presented by Carl Altmann, this new series will look at numerous different aspects of landscape paintings from the late nineteenth to the twentieth century. Refreshments are provided.
Many artists have struggled to depict the Australian landscape. Some, like Arthur Streeton, have portrayed a picture-perfect view of rolling hills and verdant valleys while others, like Russell Drysdale, have shown the harshness of the climate. In more recent years, artists have endeavoured to portray their personal and political thoughts on the country

Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.

Friends of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery (FOLWAG) Series
The Friends are an integral part of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and provide support for its activities, ranging from the acquisition of new works to providing artistic and technical facilities. This support is achieved through memberships, donations and fundraising activities.

Friday Talk: Designing an Exhibition with Natalie Hewlett (CANCELLED)

Join Collections Manager Natalie Hewlett as she shares design insights into the current exhibition Boomerang - A National Symbol

  • Dates:Apr 3
  • Time(s):1:00pm - 2:00pm
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events,Art Exhibitions,Free,Talks & Lectures
  • Audience:Adults,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Visual Arts:Aboriginal

Description

Traditional displays of boomerangs as with that in the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford in the UK have usually arrayed the boomerangs to accentuate their numbers and form.

Join Natalie Hewlett, Collections Manager at the Berndt Museum, to hear about design and display processes undertaken for the exhibition Boomerang – A National Symbol.

Boomerang: A National Symbol
8 February - 27 June 2020

Australia as a nation is recognised around the world by symbols of Aboriginal culture.

In this exhibition, the Berndt Museum explores the idea of the boomerang – beyond a symbol of ‘Australia’ – to highlight its many uses and meanings. The exhibition asks audiences: ‘How much do you know about boomerangs?’ Presented by the Berndt Museum of Anthropology.

Image design by Clare MacFarlane. Object: Norseman, Western Australia. Carved wood. Berndt Museum of Anthropology Collection [1982/0149].

Art and Medicine: Workshop

Join Janice Lally and Dr John Terry for this insightful workshop on empathy and communication in art

  • Dates:Apr 16
  • Time(s):6:00pm - 7:30pm
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Free,Science
  • Audience:Adults,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Description

Investigate empathy and communication through observing and discussing art in this workshop for professional medical and health practitioners. The workshop will be co-conducted by Dr John Terry, UWA Medical Centre, and Dr Janice Lally, LWAG Curator of Academic and Public Programs.

A GP for over 25 years, Dr Terry has worked in Psychiatry, Travel and Emergency Medicine. He has always found the world of visual art a source of inspiration and education and is delighted to be able to make art a very real practical tool for improving observation and communication in the medical setting.

Dr Lally is an art historian who also worked as a medical research scientist, including in neurophysiology and clinical biochemistry, for over 20 years. For Dr Lally, bringing knowledge of art together with science is a means of enriching and extending appreciation and understandings of both.


Image: Penny Coss, Pockmark Pink and Portal (detail), acrylic on canvas and papier-mâché, 180 x 170 cm, courtesy the artist.

Verbal Description + Tactile Tour: for visitors with vision impairment

Join us for LWAG's regular access program; a touch and verbal description tour

  • Dates:May 2
  • Time(s):2:00pm - 3:30pm
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Free
  • Audience:Adults,Family-Friendly,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Description

Join us for a touch and verbal descriptive tour of the current exhibition The Long Kiss Goodbye with exhibiting artist Penny Coss.

The tour will include descriptions of the visual elements of artworks on display, along with tactile opportunities using sample items, maquettes and other materials.
Free and open to visitors with vision impairment, friends and carers.

Community Partner: DADAA


The Long Kiss Goodbye
8 February - 9 May 2020

The Long Kiss Goodbye explores how artists transform familiar materials and symbols into complex meditations on love, loss, attraction and repulsion.
This evocative exhibition features a group of artists from around the nation, each with a unique connection to Western Australia.

Sarah Contos (NSW) | Penny Coss (WA) | Iain Dean (WA) | Brent Harris (VIC) | Clare Peake (NT) | Michele Elliot with Tender Funerals (NSW)

Presented in association with Perth Festival.

Image: Penny Coss, Wrapped Up in a Magellan Cloud, 2019, wood and acrylic on canvas, 170 x 140 cm, courtesy the artist.

LWAG Signs: Auslan-interpreted Tour

Join us for LWAG's regular program of access events; an Auslan-Interpreted Tour

  • Dates:May 2
  • Time(s):11:30am - 12:30pm
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Free
  • Audience:Family-Friendly,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Description

Experience the artwork at LWAG in Australian Sign Language. Join us for a free tour of the current exhibition The Long Kiss Goodbye with curator and Perth Festival Visual Arts Program Associate Gemma Weston.

Community Partner: Auslan Stage Left

The Long Kiss Goodbye
8 February - 9 May 2020

The Long Kiss Goodbye explores how artists transform familiar materials and symbols into complex meditations on love, loss, attraction and repulsion.
This evocative exhibition features a group of artists from around the nation, each with a unique connection to Western Australia.

Sarah Contos (NSW) | Penny Coss (WA) | Iain Dean (WA) | Brent Harris (VIC) | Clare Peake (NT) | Michele Elliot with Tender Funerals (NSW)

Presented in association with Perth Festival.

Image: Opening night, HERE&NOW19: Material Culture, LWAG. Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.

Friends of LWAG: Campus Art Tour #2

Join the Friends of LWAG for a tour of the artwork on the UWA campus

  • Dates:May 2
  • Time(s):1:00pm - 3:00pm
  • Venue:University Club of Western Australia

Details

  • Hosted By:Friends of Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:University Club of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway Crawley, WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:$30 - $35
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Talks & Lectures,University
  • Audience:Adults,For seniors
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Visual Arts:Historical,Sculpture

Description

The Friends of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery invite you to join Carl Altmann who will lead you on a custom tour across the UWA campus.

Begin your journey at the University Club and stopping along the way across the campus to discover some of the unique artworks situated throughout the beautiful grounds of the University of Western Australia.

The tour will conclude back at the University Club with afternoon tea on the front veranda.


Friends of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery (FOLWAG) Series
The Friends are an integral part of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and provide support for its activities, ranging from the acquisition of new works to providing artistic and technical facilities. This support is achieved through memberships, donations and fundraising activities.

Image: LWAG on the UWA Campus. Photography by Nic Montagu

Wedding Upmarket- Perth's best boutique wedding fair

Calling all engaged couples! If you are getting married in Perth, put Wedding Upmarket in your diary now as we will be showcasing more than 50 handpicked local designers.

  • Time(s):10am-3pm
  • Dates:May 2

Details

  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Expos,Fashion,Flowers,Free
  • Audience:LGBTI,Adults,Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:Winthrop Hall

Description

Calling all engaged couples! If you are getting married in Perth, put Wedding Upmarket in your diary now as we will be showcasing more than 50 handpicked local designers to help you create a bespoke celebration.

Draw inspiration from our beautifully styled areas around UWA’s Winthrop Hall and meet Perth’s finest designers. It is the perfect opportunity to discuss with them how they can help you transform your inspiration boards into a reality.

Western Australia is home to countless talented creatives but sometimes the best wedding suppliers are hard to find. Wedding Upmarket is all about connecting couples with local designers to create a truly custom, personalised event.

DETAILS:

Saturday 2nd May 2020
Time: 10am-3pm
Venue: The University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall
Parking and entry free, venue is easily accessible
35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
Website: www.weddingupmarket.com.au  Facebook.com/weddingupmarket

Elijah (CANCELLED)

Prepare to be moved by enchanting voices and powerful melody.

  • Dates:May 8-10 2020
  • Time(s):7.30pm
  • Venue:Winthrop Hall, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:West Australian Opera and the UWA Conservatorium of Music
  • Venue Address:University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley
  • Ticket Price:$45 Student | $50 Concessions | $55 Standard
  • Ticket Price FROM:$45
  • Ticket price TO:$55
  • Type:Music,Performing Arts
  • Produced By:UWA: University of Western Australia
  • Event Venue:UWA,Winthrop Hall
  • Music:Choral,Opera,Orchestral
  • Audience:Adults,Family-Friendly

Description

Presented by West Australian Opera in association with the UWA Conservatorium of Music

Winthrop Hall will resonate with the wonderful sounds of over 150 performers, singing from the stage, galleries and central floor, as West  Australian Opera immerses audiences in glorious music for this unique event.

Mendelssohn’s heroic work Elijah is an opera in disguise, an Old Testament story that has been performed countless times as a sacred oratorio.  In this reimagining West Australian Opera is proud to collaborate with the UWA Conservatorium of Music to bring this spectacular gem to life.  Prepare to be moved by enchanting voices and powerful melody.

This world premiere production will see director Patrick Nolan take four of Australia’s most beloved singers and the UWA Symphony Orchestra and Chorus on a journey through the prophet Elijah’s magnificent story of faith, doubt and miracles.

The audience will be seated in the round, so places are limited.

CAST
Conductor Christopher van Tuinen
Director Patrick Nolan
Lighting Designer Mark Howett
Soprano Lisa Harper-Brown
Mezzo Chelsea Kluga
Tenor Paul O’Neill
Bass James Clayton
UWA Symphonic Chorus
UWA Symphony Orchestra

Drew Pettifer's A Sorrowful Act: The Wreck Of The Zeewijk

A Sorrowful Act: The Wreck of the Zeewijk derives from a broader investigation within Drew Pettifer's work to unearth hidden queer histories through archival art practices.

  • Dates:May 23rd - Aug 15th, 2020
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Type:Art Exhibitions
  • Audience:Adults,For seniors
  • Produced By:UWA: University of Western Australia
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Visual Arts:Historical,Other Visual Arts,Photography,Video

Description

This exhibition focuses on the first recorded moment in (European) queer history in Australia: a sodomy trial following the wreck of the Dutch ship the Zeewijk in 1727 where two young men were sentenced to death by marooning. Through photographs, video, audio and installation, this exhibition recontextualises social histories to help us rethink our present.

This project has been supported by the Australia Council for the Arts and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Here & Now 20

Here & Now 20 focuses on the practice of queer artists in Western Australia.

  • Dates:May 23rd - Aug 15th, 2020
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Type:Art Exhibitions
  • Audience:LGBTI,Adults
  • Produced By:UWA: University of Western Australia
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Visual Arts:Drawing,Other Visual Arts

Description

The annual Here & Now exhibition showcases some of the most exciting and innovative work in WA, curated each year by an emerging curator appointed to offer fresh perspective and insight on contemporary art practice.

This year Brent Harrison examines how artists draw on histories and their own lived experiences to create artworks that reflect on what it means to be queer. The artists in Here & Now 20 use their work as a means to problematise binaries, to explore sites of desire and to provide safe spaces for communities. The exhibition aims to dismantle dominant heteronormative narratives by encouraging intergenerational dialogues that highlight the continued resistance of queer culture.

Unladylike Acts: Recent Acquisitions From The Cruthers (POSTPONED)

This exhibition features a suite of recent donations and acquisitions from the Cruthers Collection of Women's Art.

  • Dates:POSTPONED
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Type:Art Exhibitions
  • Audience:Adults
  • Produced By:UWA: University of Western Australia
  • Event Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Visual Arts:Painting

Description

Women artists' frequently wrestle with the conundrum of being defined as such, as patriarchal expectations associated with that position can be reinforced by attempts at both celebration and critique. This selection of artworks – including works by Bycroft, Rhonda Dick, Tania Ferrier, Kate Just, Brigid Noone and Jenny Watson – variously reject, embrace and wield gendered perspectives, offering a provocative survey of attitudes toward art practice and its politics.

Art Upmarket | Perth's Best Dedicated Art Market

The Art Upmarket is about connecting art enthusiasts with WA artists.

  • Dates:Jun 21 ; Sep 13 ; Nov 29
  • Time(s):10am - 4pm
  • Venue:The University of Western Australia

Details

  • Hosted By:The University of Western Australia
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley, WA, 6009
  • Ticket Price:FREE
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Free,University
  • Audience:Adults,Family-Friendly,For teens 13-17,For seniors,Wheelchair Access
  • Produced By:UWA: University of Western Australia
  • Event Venue:UWA Cultural Precinct
  • Visual Arts:Craft,Drawing,Painting,Photography,Aboriginal

Description

The market will bring together over 60 of Perth’s most talented artists all under one roof at the University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall undercroft. You will find paintings, fine art photography, limited edition prints, sculptures, decorative glass and ceramics, illustrations and more...

Parking and entry are free and the venue is easily accessible. 

 

The Elephant Man

The world famous stage play that has sent chills down audiences for decades makes its way to UWA on behalf of WAAPA.

  • Dates:Sep 10-12, Sep 14-16
  • Time(s):Evening show 7:30pm, Matinee Sep 12 at 2:00pm
  • Venue:Dolphin Theatre

Details

  • Hosted By:WAAPA
  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands WA 6009
  • Ticket Price:Based on concession
  • Ticket Price FROM:$30
  • Ticket price TO:$37
  • Type:University,Youth Art / Performance
  • Audience:Adults
  • Produced By:WAAPA: WA Academy of Performing Arts
  • Event Venue:Dolphin Theatre
  • Performing Arts:Theatre

Description

Spurned by society, a horribly deformed young man is a freak attraction in a travelling sideshow. But when a famous young doctor befriends him, John Merrick changes from an object of pity to an urbane and witty favourite of the aristocracy and literati. Can the Elephant Man achieve normality? And does he even want it? Based on the real-life story of Joseph Merrick, The Elephant Man is a powerful and poignant look at what it is to be different. Join WAAPA’s graduating actors as they present Bernard Pomerance’s multi-award-winning play in the intimate space of UWA’s Dolphin Theatre.

Another Bloody Breakfast! w/ Professor Catherine Itsiopoulos

Perth Blood Institute regularly hosts "Another Bloody Breakfast!" events to give the community the opportunity to hear from a variety of speakers on topics related to blood disorders.

  • Dates:Postponed to 2 Oct 2020

Details

  • Type:Talks & Lectures,Author Talks,Charity / Fundraising,Health,Well Being
  • Event Venue:University Club of Western Australia

Description

For the upcoming breakfast on Fri 2 Oct we have special guest, Professor Catherine Itsiopoulos, speaking on the Health Benefits of a Traditional Mediterranean Diet and Lifestyle.

Professor Catherine Itsiopoulos is Pro Vice Chancellor College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education at Murdoch University. An accredited practising dietitian and a recognised expert in Dietetics, Catherine has international standing as a leader in Mediterranean diet research. She has a particular interest in the Mediterranean diet in the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes.

Her specific research area of interest in Mediterranean diet studies focuses both on migration impact on diet and lifestyle and chronic disease risk and dietary clinical intervention trials using the traditional Cretan Mediterranean diet as intervention models in the prevention and management of metabolic syndrome, Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, depression and mood disorders.

As well as having the opportunity to hear Catherine speak, you will enjoy a themed breakfast in one of the exclusive dining rooms at the University Club of WA – specially designed for our event by Executive Chef Costa Simatos whose food is influenced by his Greek-Cypriot heritage.

Art Upmarket- Perth's best dedicated art market

Art Upmarket is all about connecting art lovers with Perth’s best artists. Meet the artists and purchase art directly from them on the day.

  • Dates:Sat 19th Oct 2019
  • Time(s):10am- 4pm
  • Venue:The University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall and Undercroft

Details

  • Venue Address:35 Stirling Highway, Crawley 6009
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Art Exhibitions,Free,Homes and Design,University
  • Audience:Wheelchair Access
  • Event Venue:The Undercroft,UWA,Winthrop Hall
  • Visual Arts:Drawing,Painting,Photography,Sculpture

Description

Fill your home with local art. The market will showcase a curated selection of more than 55 of Perth’s most talented artists in Winthrop Hall.

 

Saturday 17th October 2020 – 10am-4pm

 

Free entry and parking. Venue is easily accessible.


Venue: The University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall and Undercroft

 

[Image Artwork: Little Jo's Studio]
 

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