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Events in Perth Cultural Centre

Events in Perth Cultural Centre


region=perth-cultural-centre&type=events&from=01-Jan-2022&to=31-Jan-2022


Inner Cities - Gabriella Smart

A five hour piano cycle for solo piano composed by Alvin Curran and performed by Gabriella Smart

  • Dates:Jan 22
  • Time(s):10am to 4pm
  • Venue:WA Museum

Details

  • Hosted By:Tura & WA Museum
  • Ticket Price:Free event
  • Type:Free
  • Music:Classical
  • Other:Museum events
  • Event Venue:WA Museum Boola Bardip

Description

Presented by Tura New Music & WA Museum Boola Bardip A slow listening experience... Come and go as you wish. Described by Alex Ross of the New Yorker as "vast and all-consuming", Inner Cities celebrates the great cities Alvin Curran has inhabited over a 20-year period. During the performance you're free to wander, absorbing the different architectural and acoustic perspectives of the Museum's space. People have been known to meditate, bring their yoga mat, or sit or lie down – you control your engagement with the artistic experience. Expectation of the formal tradition of concert-going is suspended, with a five-hour celebration of space, light, meditation, and transcendence of time beyond our normal conception. To be performed in a yet to be be revealed location within the walls of the new WA Museum Boola Bardip, you will be able to take time to listen and take in the buildings architecture. Saturday 22 January, 10am to 3pm WA Museum Boola Bardip, Perth Cultural Centre No registration required

Kin - Alex Martinis Roe

Confronting the history of women's and gay liberation across Australian history, Alex Martinis Roe's presentation explores feminist genealogies via participant observation, oral history and research.

  • Dates:Oct 22 - Jan 9
  • Venue:PICA: Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Details

  • Hosted By:PICA
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Historical,Sculpture,Video
  • Produced By:PICA: Perth Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Event Venue:PICA

Description

Alex Martinis Roe sets out to explore feminist, lesbian and queer kinship structures via a non-linear genealogy of the artist’s own kin. Alex Martinis Roe explores feminist genealogies and seeks to foster specific and productive relationships between different generations as a way of participating in the construction of feminist histories and futures. This involves developing research and storytelling methodologies that employ non-linear understandings of time, respond to the specific practices of different communities, experiment with the set-up of discursive encounters and imagine how these entanglements can inform new political practices. 

Sky Cave - Amy Perejuan-Capone

Offering an immersive experience, Amy Perejuan-Capone excavates and displays her family archives in aviation to examine the complexity of generational dynamics in relation to place.

  • Dates:Oct 22 - Jan 9
  • Venue:PICA: Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Details

  • Hosted By:Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Community
  • Art Exhibitions:Historical,Sculpture,Video
  • Other:History
  • Produced By:PICA: Perth Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Event Venue:PICA

Description

Conceived for the central gallery space at PICA, Amy Perejuan-Capone presents a new body of work including sculpture, video and installation, using the dramatic height of the gallery for the presentation of historical hang gliders. Perejuan-Capone‘s practice is underpinned by an enquiry into the systems of exchange that are present through the acquisition and application of craft. Across broad mediums including ceramics, textiles and metalworks, she seeks to understand objects, materials and the networks of social and cultural agency held within them. Present in her work, which often take form as large scale sculptural installations, are the interconnected systems of environment, production, labour and personal and social histories.

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