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Today's date is Sunday, February 26, 2017
Arts and Cultural events
 March 2017
Thursday 09
17:30 - BOOK LAUNCH - Book Launch: Like Nothing on this Earth by Tony Hughes-d'Aeth : Celebrate the release of this significant literary history of the Wheatbelt Website | More Information
UWA Publishing warmly invites you to the launch of Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt by Tony Hughes-d'Aeth.

Like Nothing on this Earth will be launched by Prof. Matthew Tonts, Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean.

Please RSVP by Monday 6 March for catering purposes.
Saturday 11
11:30 - EVENT - For visitors with Alzheimers: Art and Dementia Website | More Information
Join us for an engaging tour of our current exhibitions designed to connect participants living with dementia in a shared exploration of art through personal insights, emerging interpretations and memories.

The tour features a 25-year survey of the work of renowned jeweller Helen Britton, including new works that draw inspiration from Western Australia's coastline.
Tuesday 14
17:00 - EVENT - CULTURE CLUB I Website | More Information
Come to LWAG’s first Art Party for 2017! Bring your friends and meet new ones. This is an opportunity for newcomers as well as regular visitors to explore the gallery and tour the new exhibitions in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Enjoy a free sundowner, listen to live music, try your hand at art-making – you may win a door prize too! All students are particularly welcome.
Thursday 23
18:00 - EVENT - Panel Discussion: Jewellery Today Website | More Information
The nature of jewellery training, practice, exhibition and professional development means that strong international networks underpin successful national practices.

But what are the current training and exhibition opportunities, the critical forums, and what is the marketplace? Join this robust discussion with prominent practitioners, teachers and curators, including Philip Noakes, Christel van der Laan , Bethamy Linton, Jacquie Sprogoe and Robert Cook. Hear how Western Australian jewellers have established international recognition and how professional development options sustain the high profile of creative talents.
Friday 24
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk - Indigeneity and Popular Culture Website | More Information
Dr Leanne McRae is the Senior Researcher for the Popular Culture Collective; a community of film makers, musicians, web builders, designers, writers, researchers and teachers who wish to create thinking – and thoughtful – popular culture.

Join her as she discusses the relationships between indigeneity, post-colonialism and popular culture to reconfigure how we understand difference in a post-colonial, post-multicultural, and post-tolerant cultural landscape. Free event.
Thursday 30
13:00 - TALK - Let's Talk Shop - Conversation with Donna Gahan, Jeweller Website | More Information
Inspired daily by the beauty of her local bushland, Perth jeweller Donna Gahan has a strong interest in the effect of architecture on the human psyche, and the relationship between the natural and built environment.

Another recurring theme in her work is the many layers of our emotions and our lives, and how to explore and understand these to create balance and harmony for ourselves and others.

Join us to hear how Donna goes through the process of creating her stunning jewellery, some of which will be available to purchase. Free event.

 April 2017
Thursday 06
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Chinese Literature and World Literature: Views from the South : This China in Conversation teases out from an Australian and Chinese perspective the issues surrounding interpreting and reading world literature. Website | More Information
World literature was long defined in the English speaking world as an established canon of European masterpieces, but an emerging global perspective has challenged this European focus. Now it is better understood as literature that has travelled, and been translated, from its original source. This China in Conversation teases out from an Australian and Chinese perspective the issues surrounding interpreting and reading world literature: from the classics of Chinese literature to J.M.Coetzee’s works that travel from South Africa to Australia and translate to Chinese readers; from the controversial novels of author Yu Hua to Nobel Prize recipient Mo Yan. Join in the conversation and discuss what is lost and gained in globalised literature.
Friday 07
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk - Women, Feminism and Art in Australia since 1970 Website | More Information
Feminism has been one of the most durable political-ethical platforms of the 20th and 21st centuries – so much so that we speak of first-, second- and third-wave feminism and its impact on society and on academic scholarship throughout the world.

In her illustrated talk, Anne Marsh will look at contemporary art and feminism and give an overview of ‘the waves’ and the political and theoretical issues that have compelled artists and writers in the field.

Anne Marsh is a Professorial Research Fellow at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. Her presentation is part of a new ARC Discovery project that involves various publications. While in Perth, Anne will be conducting workshops with artists to gain their input into the project.
Saturday 08
11:30 - EVENT - Going Slow - Slow Art Day Website | More Information
Take a more contemplative approach to art by joining us for a gallery tour with a difference. Much like a mindfulness exercise, where you focus on your breathing, in this tour you allow your mind to settle on selected pieces of contemporary art.

Each viewing will be followed by a facilitated discussion of your own subjective observations.

This free event is part of Slow Art Day, celebrated internationally on 8 April. Registration essential.
Saturday 15
14:00 - EVENT - For visitors with visual impairment: Audio Description and Tactile Tour Website | More Information
Join us for the Audio Described Tour of Helen Britton: Interstices. Audio Description enhances visual art for people who are blind or vision impaired.

A trained Audio Describer delivers a verbal description of the visual elements. This tour will also include various tactile 3D printed translations of the artworks on display.

Access Partner: DADAA

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