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Events in Perth Southern Suburbs


region=perth-southern-suburbs&type=events&from=01-Oct-2021&to=31-Oct-2021


Some Kinda Fantasy

Hansal challenges the feminine constructs and the psychological conditions tied to the female human body.

  • Dates:Oct 17 - Nov 22
  • Venue:Heathcote Cultural Precinct

Details

  • Hosted By:Heathcote Cultural Precinct
  • Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts,Sculpture,Video

Description

Some kinda fantasy is an exhibition about the idea of the female body. Artist Luisa Hansal presents sculpture and video that explores the experience of the body as a changing, temporal, and corporeal being. The project employs dough as a sculptural material, its ephemeral properties acting as a metaphor for the human body and also an expression of indulgence or gluttony.

Farmers Market on Manning

A grower-direct, one-stop market south of the river in a relaxed and casual setting

  • Dates:Every Saturday
  • Time(s):7.30am to 12.30pm
  • Venue:The George Burnett Park

Details

  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Free,Community
  • Other:Markets

Description

The Farmers Market on Manning was launched on the 5th of December 2009. Situated under towering pine trees, lush green grass and manicured rose beds, the community embraced the relaxed, casual style of Saturday morning shopping. The Market came about after one discussion. The market manager and his family were discussing the number of hours they spent on the weekends visiting various markets, in search of fresh organic and conventional produce, grower-direct.

CHORUS / Dance Taster Workshops - Gosnells

CHORUS. All cultures. All women. All dance united. An invitation to women* from diverse communities across Perth to celebrate the strength and power of our sisters, daughters, friends and mothers.

  • Dates:Workshop 1: The Agonis Building: Sat, 9 Oct 2:30-4:30 pm & Workshop 2: Maddington Community Centre: Mon, 11 Oct 12:30-2:30 pm
  • Venue:The Agonis Building & Maddington Community Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Community Arts Network & Annette Carmichael Projects
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Free,Workshops
  • Performing Arts:Dance

Description

CHORUS. All cultures. All women. All dance united. An invitation to women* from First Nations and culturally diverse communities across Perth to celebrate the strength and power of our sisters, daughters, friends and mothers. Chorus is a community dance project led by choreographer Annette Carmichael in collaboration with Community Arts Network that unites women against violence. Based on your input, movements will be created to suit your culture, your body and your ability. The project culminates in a dance performance by more than 100 women from across Perth and the Great Southern. Taster workshops will be running on 9 October Agonis Building & 11 October Maddington Community Centre in Gosnells. These workshops are completely obligation free and are just an opportunity to meet the team, ask questions, experience dance and learn more about the project. Register now: https://www.can.org.au/community/chorus/chorus-2022 - We recommend attending both workshops - No dance experience necessary - All women aged 14 years and above can participate - Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable, stretchy clothes *The term ‘women’ is used inclusively, and refers to women and non-binary people. Image Credit: Nic Duncan from Chorus 2020 For more information: [email protected] 9226 2422 can.org.au annettecarmichael.com.au

CHORUS / Dance Taster Workshops - Kwinana

CHORUS. All cultures. All women. All dance united. An invitation to women* from across Perth to celebrate the strength and power of our sisters, daughters, friends and mothers.

  • Dates:Workshop 1: Mon, 11 Oct 6-8 pm & Workshop 2: Wed, 13 Oct 6-8 pm
  • Time(s):6-8pm
  • Venue:Koorliny Arts Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Community Arts Network & Annette Carmichael Projects
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Free,Workshops
  • Performing Arts:Dance

Description

CHORUS. All cultures. All women. All dance united. An invitation to women* from First Nations and culturally diverse communities across Perth to celebrate the strength and power of our sisters, daughters, friends and mothers. Chorus is a community dance project led by choreographer Annette Carmichael in collaboration with Community Arts Network that unites women against violence. Based on your input, movements will be created to suit your culture, your body and your ability. The project culminates in a dance performance by more than 100 women from across Perth and the Great Southern. Taster workshops will be running on 11 & 13th of October at Koorliny Arts Centre in Perth. These workshops are completely obligation free and are just an opportunity to meet the team, ask questions, experience dance and learn more about the project. Register now: https://www.can.org.au/community/chorus/chorus-2022 - We recommend attending both workshops - No dance experience necessary - All women aged 14 years and above can participate - Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable, stretchy clothes *The term ‘women’ is used inclusively, and refers to women and non-binary people.

Image Credit: Nic Duncan from Chorus 2020 For more information: [email protected] 9226 2422 can.org.au annettecarmichael.com.au

CHORUS / Dance Taster Workshops - Canning

CHORUS. All cultures. All women. All dance united. An invitation to women* from diverse communities across Perth to celebrate the strength and power of our sisters, daughters, friends and mothers.

  • Dates:Workshop 1: Thu, 14 Oct 10 am-12 pm & Workshop 2: Fri, 15 Oct 10 am- 12 pm
  • Time(s):10 am-12 pm
  • Venue:Canning Town Hall

Details

  • Hosted By:Community Arts Network & Annette Carmichael Projects
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Free,Workshops
  • Performing Arts:Dance

Description

CHORUS. All cultures. All women. All dance united. An invitation to women* from First Nations and culturally diverse communities across Perth to celebrate the strength and power of our sisters, daughters, friends and mothers. Chorus is a community dance project led by choreographer Annette Carmichael in collaboration with Community Arts Network that unites women against violence. Based on your input, movements will be created to suit your culture, your body and your ability. The project culminates in a dance performance by more than 100 women from across Perth and the Great Southern. Taster workshops will be running on 14 & 15th of October at Canning Town Hall in Cannington. These workshops are completely obligation free and are just an opportunity to meet the team, ask questions, experience dance and learn more about the project. Register now: https://www.can.org.au/community/chorus/chorus-2022 - We recommend attending both workshops - No dance experience necessary - All women aged 14 years and above can participate - Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable, stretchy clothes *The term ‘women’ is used inclusively, and refers to women and non-binary people. Image Credit: Nic Duncan from Chorus 2020 For more information: [email protected] 9226 2422 can.org.au annettecarmichael.com.au

Gecko Ensembles Kwinana – Weekly Drama Classes with Barking Gecko Theatre

Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions.

  • Dates:Oct 16 - Dec 11
  • Time(s):Sat 10.30-12pm; Sat 12.30pm- 2pm
  • Venue:Koorliny Arts Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Barking Gecko Theatre
  • Type:For Kids,Workshops
  • Produced By:Barking Gecko

Description

Kwinana Gecko Ensembles are on sale for Term 4!

Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions. Gecko Ensembles question, explore, imagine and create.

Gecko Ensembles focus on the learning that comes from engaging with drama processes, rather than focussing on an end of term production. Through exploring some of life's big questions children develop collaboration and communication skills and build resilience and empathy. They challenge themselves, listen to each other, learn new skills and most importantly, have fun!

Gecko Ensembles celebrate children’s diverse ideas, interests and imagination. Children act as our creative consultants, exploring the same content as Barking Gecko’s artistic teams are exploring in our rehearsal rooms.

At Barking Gecko Theatre we believe when children’s creativity is nurtured, their potential is endless!

Junior Geckos (ages 8-12)
16 October – 11 December
Saturdays 10.30am – 12pm

Senior Geckos (ages 13+)
16 October – 11 December
Saturdays 12.30pm – 2pm

Location – Koorliny Arts Centre

Book now – www.barkinggecko.com.au

For more information about Gecko Ensembles, bookings, other available workshop locations and school holiday workshops visit www.barkinggecko.com.au or email [email protected]

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