Celebrated Australian sculptor Deborah Halpern will take over Gullotti Galleries in Cottesloe this March, bringing her wildly colourful mosaic works to Perth for the first time in a show stopping …Read More from A Gathering of Friends – Deborah Halpern Exhibition.
WASO’s 2024 Season sees the Orchestra perform some of classical music’s most iconic works, a gala concert of Mahler’s ‘Symphony of a Thousand’, and the addition of a new mini-series, …Read More from WASO announces 2024 Season.
Making a diﬀerence for sick children through the joy of art From grief associated with personal loss has emerged a unique example of Perth philanthropy changing the lives of …Read More from Joy to behold.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is pleased to present the largest-ever ensemble of collected glass and mixed-media works in Australia by internationally recognised Kokatha and Nukunu artist Yhonnie Scarce, …Read More from Yhonnie Scarce’s Australian solo survey at AGWA illuminates hidden histories.
In FLOWERS, Stephen Brameld and Jay Staples present two gardens. One is a garden they grew; the other is painted. Within the gallery, visitors must navigate a central reconstruction of …Read More from FLOWERS An Immersive Exhibition by Stephen Brameld and Jay Staples.
Welcome to Perth Festival 2024 – a Festival radiant with stories from here and around the globe that celebrate our shared humanity under the same sun. To close Artistic Director Iain Grandage’s five-year cycle, …Read More from RISE AND SHINE AT FESTIVAL TIME.
Polarity: Fire & Ice captures the impact of the climate catastrophe across the world, taking viewers on a journey to opposite ends of the planet – from the melting ice caps …Read More from Polarity: Fire & Ice premiers at Fremantle Arts Centre .
Accomplished Western Australian artist Tom Blake has returned to Perth from Sydney and will exhibit his first solo hometown show since 2017, focusing on the movement and rhythm of water. …Read More from Subject: Movement and water drive Tom Blake’s new solo exhibition at Goolugatup Heathcote.
For the 2024 Perth Festival, two major site-specific installations take over the now disused Carillon City arcade: once an iconic centre of commerce, consumption and community in the centre of …Read More from PERTH FESTIVAL 2024: NGAANGK VISUAL ARTS AT CARILLON CITY Until 3 March 2024.