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Displaying from Saturday, April 14, 2018
 April 2018
Saturday 14
11:30 - GUIDED TOUR - Can Touch This: Tactile & Verbal Description Tour Website | More Information
Join us for a touch and verbal descriptive tour of the current exhibitions. A trained guide delivers descriptions of the visual elements of artworks exhibited, along with tactile opportunities using mixed media and 3D printed translations.

Tours are free to attend and open to companions (...)

14:30 - GUIDED TOUR - Art and Mindfulness : Going Slow: In Light of Shadows Website | More Information
Slow your day down by joining us for a different kind of art gallery tour. Much like a mindfulness exercise where you focus on your breathing, in this tour we settle our minds on the artwork on display.

The 45-minute session involves a slow observation of selected artworks with the theme (...)
Friday 20
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk : Feeling FLORA: the emotions of conservation Website | More Information
View the exhibition FLORA with Andrea Gaynor and join a discussion about the relationships between emotion and conservation, and how they have been expressed over time.

Andrea Gaynor is an Associate Investigator with the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for the (...)

 May 2018
Friday 04
17:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Artist & Curator Talk: Authentic Determination Website | More Information
Artist Brigid Noone and Gemma Weston (Curator of the Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art) discuss the role of complex networks and shared histories embodied in the artworks that have been selected or produced for the exhibition Authentic Determination.

18:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - Exhibition Opening Night - Season 2 at LWAG Website | More Information
We launch the next season at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery with the opening of three new exhibitions.

Stewart Scambler: Fragment presents a new body of work, a striking assembly of large-scale sculptural forms and murals inspired by potter Stewart Scambler's recent journey through the (...)
Saturday 05
14:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Artist & Curator Talk: Stewart Scambler Fragment Website | More Information
Potter Stewart Scambler and Curator Sally Quin take us through Scambler’s stunning exhibition of large-scale works inspired by the artist’s journey through the Pilbara and Kimberley regions of Western Australia.
Wednesday 09
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Talking Allowed: Talking Aloud about Head Coverings, with Krishna Sen Website | More Information
Krishna Sen FAHA, Professor Emerita, Social Sciences, UWA asks the question, "Is there something particular about the hijab in our time or is ‘to cover or not to cover’ always a central political question?" in Talking Allowed an event series, in collaboration with UWA Institute of (...)
Saturday 12
14:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Curator Talk & Tour: Modern Australian Landscapes 1940s-1960s Website | More Information
Curator Sally Quin discusses how formal experimentation of the post-war period has been used to reveal underlying structures of the bush through selected works from the UWA Art Collection.

15:30 - WORKSHOP - PD Workshop for Teachers: Modern Australian Landscapes Website | More Information
Education kits for the exhibition Modern Australian Landscapes, 1940s -1960s have been developed in line with WA SCASA requirements and address VET competency criteria for school teachers. Learn more about these education resources in a workshop led by educator Erin Knight.
Wednesday 16
17:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - WAMSS Photography Exhibition Opening Website | More Information
Final year medical students from UWA spend four weeks in a clinical elective unit. Replacing the stethoscope with a camera, their photographs in this exhibition highlight the journeys they have taken, and the global health and sociocultural issues observed in far-flung places.
Wednesday 23
12:00 - GUIDED TOUR - Going Slow: Visual Art x Mindfulness Tour Website | More Information
In this tour we undertake a close observation of selected artworks from the exhibitions Stewart Scambler: Fragment and Modern Australian Landscapes 1940s-1960s, followed by an informal discussion on themes of empathy and compassion.

17:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - Paigham-i-Ramadan Opening Night Website | More Information
Paigham-i-Ramadan (Message of Ramadan) is an exhibition from UWA’s Centre for Muslim States and Societies showcasing papercutting by artist Tusif Ahmed and conceived as part of Ramadan - the ninth month of the Islamic calendar where Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. The exhibition runs until Saturday (...)

 June 2018
Saturday 02
14:30 - EVENT - Stewart Scambler: Fragment- Exhibition Tour and High Tea Website | More Information
In the exhibition Fragment at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Stewart Scambler presents a new body of work, a striking assembly of large-scale sculptural forms and murals inspired by his recent journey through the Pilbara and Kimberley. Join us as the artist walks us through the exhibition and (...)
Wednesday 06
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Let's Talk Shop with Alana McVeigh Website | More Information
Join us as Alana McVeigh, one of WA's premier ceramicists discusses the use of her bare fingers in clay, and her consummate application of pure colour glazes. Her works will be available for purchase at this event.
Thursday 07
18:00 - WORKSHOP - Medicine & Art PD Workshop: In Light of Shadows Website | More Information
Free workshops aimed at medical and health professionals of all levels. Develop visual language and refine communication skills through close observation of artworks in the exhibition, In Light of Shadows.
Friday 08
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Kris: Power and History in Bali Website | More Information
Join cultural and social anthropologist Professor Lyn Parker (Asian Studies, UWA), whose research includes the anthropology of Indonesia, women and gender relations, to view the kris (asymmetrical daggers with distinctive blade-patterning) in the exhibition In Light of Shadows.
Friday 15
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friday Talk: The making of Fragment Website | More Information
Join potter Stewart Scambler as he demonstrates the techniques used to make the pieces in the exhibition Stewart Scambler: Fragment.
Friday 29
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friday Talk: Modern Australian Landscapes in Literature Website | More Information
Modern Australian landscape tradition is captured in the spectrum of works selected from the UWA Art Collection by Curator Sally Quin. View the exhibition and join Associate Professor Tanya Dalziell as she discusses selected works and considers some relationships with contemporary Australian (...)

 July 2018
Tuesday 03
14:00 - WORKSHOP - WINTERarts: Dinosaur Hatchlings : School holiday art workshop at the gallery Website | More Information
Using colourful polymer clay, artist Elizabeth Maruffo will teach children how to sculpt tiny dinosaurs to take home.

It’s time to get tiny! With colourful polymer clay, artist Elizabeth Marruffo will take you on a sculpting adventure as you create tiny dinosaurs hatchlings emerging from (...)
Wednesday 04
11:30 - WORKSHOP - WINTERarts: Home Time Peaches Character Design : School holiday art workshop at the gallery Website | More Information
Learn how to create characters from seedpods, leaves and dried plants in this workshop with artist Elizabeth Marruffo.

Working from the graphic novel Home Time, by Campbell Whyte, you’ll get an inside look into how the world of The Peaches came to be. From wild costumes and hilarious (...)

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