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Displaying from Monday, October 01, 2018
 October 2018
Tuesday 02
13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Magical Unicorns : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Join artist Elizabeth Marruffo to craft your very own unicorn sculpture with wool, silk and polymer clay. All materials provided. Tickets $30. Suitable for ages 7-12.

UWA SPRINGarts 2018 runs 2 - 6 October. Join us at LWAG for a fun-filled week of children’s art activities in the school (...)

18:30 - FREE LECTURE - UWA Music presents: The 2018 Callaway Lecture with David Elliott : What is music, and what is education? More Information
The Callaway Lecture is one of the most prestigious events in the calendar of the Conservatorium of Music. In collaboration with the Kodály National Conference, we are delighted to welcome Professor David Elliott, author of ‘Music Matters: A Philosophy of Music Education’ and Professor of Music and (...)
Wednesday 03
13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Monster Madness : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Come along and make your own three-dimensional felted monster with textile artist Pauline Franklyn. Learn to felt using wool tops and a resist. Use your imagination to customise your character. All materials provided. Tickets $50. Suitable for ages 9-15.

UWA SPRINGarts 2018 runs 2 - 6 (...)
Thursday 04
13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Hanging Mobile : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Make your own colourful mobile with artist Pauline Franklyn. Learn the traditional craft of felting and turn your piece of felt into a colourful mobile, adding pom poms, bells and tassels. All materials provided. Please bring along a tea towel. Tickets $50. Suitable for ages 9-15.

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Friday 05
13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Comic Making Masterclass : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Join local comics artist Campbell Whyte, author of the award-winning graphic novel Home Time, as he guides aspiring comic book authors through the art of comic storytelling. Tickets $40. Suitable for ages 7-12.

UWA SPRINGarts 2018 runs 2 - 6 October. Join us at LWAG for a fun-filled (...)
Saturday 06
11:30 - SYMPOSIUM - Symposium: So Duchamp Website | More Information
A free public symposium presented in conjunction with the exhibition HERE&NOW18: Besides, it is always the others who die on show at LWAG from 1 September until 8 December 2018. Join artists, academics and curators in examining the omnipresent legacy of Marcel Duchamp within contemporary art.

14:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Origami for Tiny Hands : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Join the UWA Origami Club for a fun, introductory origami workshop for children. Never tried origami before? No problem, just come along and give it a go. We will learn classics such as penguins, cranes, and more. All materials provided. Free event. Suitable for ages 7-12.

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Saturday 13
11:30 - GUIDED TOUR - Going Slow: Visual Arts x Mindfulness Tour Website | More Information
Slow your day down by joining us for a different kind of art gallery tour. We begin this session with a close observation of selected artworks from the current exhibitions, followed by an informal discussion on themes of empathy and compassion.

14:00 - GUIDED TOUR - Let's Meet at LWAG: For visitors with Alzheimer's Website | More Information
Join us for the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery’s quarterly program for people living with dementia and their carers or family members. This event provides a forum for conversation through the shared viewing and exploration of artworks on display – highlighting themes, artists, and exhibitions at LWAG.
Tuesday 16
13:00 - TALK - In Plain Sight: Artificial intelligence & the arts Website | More Information
In this presentation, Ezrina Fewings, Educational Development Adviser from the UWA Educational Enhancement Unit, will reveal pioneering case studies on the state of the arts influenced and integrated by AI.

17:00 - EVENT - Art Party: Culture Club 2 Website | More Information
This is an opportunity for newcomers as well as regular visitors to explore the gallery and to tour the latest exhibitions in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Enjoy a free sundowner, listen to live music and experiment with art activities. You may win a door prize too.
Friday 19
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk: Truth and Representation Website | More Information
Join Jane Southwood, UWA Honorary Research Fellow, as she discusses a series of exquisite sixteenth century French paintings and sculptures by individual named and unnamed artists from the Ecole de Fontainebleau, portraying the mistresses – or ‘favourites’ – of reigning French monarchs. UWA Campus (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - UWA Music presents: Main Stage | Culmination More Information
The exceptional ability of young emerging artists and their passion for music will always create an extraordinary experience for concertgoers.

In Main Stage: Culmination three outstanding performers compete in the finals of the prestigious VOSE Concerto Competition backed by the full (...)
Wednesday 24
13:00 - TALK - Let's Talk Shop with Mrs Potters Pots Website | More Information
Join us to hear Sue Baker, aka Mrs Potter Pots, discuss her backyard process for creating her unique super light-weight concrete pots and candles. Sue’s pots are all hand-painted, each one unique, and can be used in a variety of ways – for plants, kitchen utensils, candles and desk accessories. Sue’ (...)
Friday 26
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk: What is good and bad art? Website | More Information
In this Friday Talk, listen as Emeritus Professor Richard Read explores the idea that ‘bad’ works of art reveal the problem that ‘successful’ works of art conceal and that this effect of ‘failure’ has therefore been an essential quality of truly experimental art, especially over the last century (...)
Tuesday 30
18:00 - SCREENING - Gurrumul - film screening and panel Q&A Website | More Information
A film screening followed by a panel Q&A with Professor Carmen Lawrence (UWA School of Psychological Science), Professor Dawn Bessarab (UWA Medical School), Professor Patricia Dudgeon (UWA School of Indigenous Studies), and Dr Nicholas Bannan (UWA Conservatorium of Music)

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 November 2018
Friday 02
13:00 - TALK - Curator's Talk & Tour: Stockyards and Saddles Website | More Information
Join exhibition curator Dr Vanessa Russ, Associate Director of the Berndt Museum, to learn about the forming of the exhibition Stockyards and Saddles: A Story of the Gibb River, and the stories depicted in the rich array of photographs, most of which were taken by her uncle Colin Russ on a box (...)

15:30 - WORKSHOP - PD Workshop for Teachers: Stockyards and Saddles Website | More Information
Led by educator Erin Knight, attend the Professional Development workshop for teachers using these education kits. Links can be made to: VET Courses: Certificates in Visual Arts, CUA50915 Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging, Year 11 ATAR Design Unit 1 and 2, Year 11 and 12 General and ATAR (...)
Saturday 03
9:30 - SEMINAR - The Insider's Guide to: Renaissance Rome : Artists giving shape to papal ambitions in Renaissance Rome Website | More Information
After an Imperial age of splendor, Rome went through centuries of decline. While the Renaissance took off in Florence, the Eternal City was nothing more than a provincial backwater in the fifteenth century. Successive popes tried to turn the tide by heavily investing in ambitious monuments, but it (...)
Friday 09
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk: Duchamp, computing, collaboration & friendship Website | More Information
Join Tom Picton-Warlow, collector of important signed works and archival material by Marcel Duchamp, to hear about the origin of his interest and collection – some of which is featured in HERE&NOW18 now showing at LWAG.


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