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Displaying from Friday, September 04, 2020
 September 2020
Friday 04
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friday Talk: Intrepid Expatriates Website | More Information
We invite visitors to join us for a Friday Talk by Amelia Birch titled 'Intrepid Expatriates: The works of Agnes Goodsir and Romaine Brooks'.

In the first few decades of the twentieth century an artistic community of lesbian expatriates flourished in Paris, their numbers small but their (...)
Saturday 05
14:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Curator's Talk: (Un)ladylike Acts Website | More Information
Join Curator of the Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, Lee Kinsella, as she shares insights about the artworks in the new exhibition (Un)ladylike Acts: Recent Acquisitions from the Cruthers Collection of Women's Art.

(Un)ladylike Acts features a selection of artwork that variously (...)
Saturday 19
12:00 - GUIDED TOUR - Verbal Description + Tactile Tour Website | More Information
We invite visitors with vision impairment to join us for a tour of the exhibition HERE&NOW20: Perfectly Queer.

Exhibiting artists Nathan Beard and Colin Smith, and curator Brent Harrison will share insights into their artworks and the exhibition. A trained guide will also deliver (...)
Saturday 26
14:00 - GUIDED TOUR - LWAG Signs: Auslan-Interpreted Tour Website | More Information
Experience the artwork at LWAG in Australian Sign Language.

Join us for a free Auslan-interpreted tour of the exhibition HERE&NOW20: Perfectly Queer with curator Brent Harrison.

Featuring new work by eight contemporary artists, HERE&NOW20 examines how artists draw on (...)

 October 2020
Friday 16
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friday Talk: Same-sex handholding and the Song of Songs in the art of Simeon Solomon (1840-1905) Website | More Information
Visitors are invited to join us for a Friday Talk by Dr Duc Dau; 'Same-sex handholding and the Song of Songs in the art of Simeon Solomon (1840-1905)' Dr Duc Dau, an Honorary Research Fellow in English and Literary Studies at The University of Western Australia, will explore Solomon’s homoerotic (...)
Tuesday 20
17:00 - EVENT - Culture Club: Pride Art Party : Student party celebrating the arts and queer culture at UWA Website | More Information
Join us for this semester's student art party!

For this Culture Club, we'll be celebrating the arts and queer culture in recognition of the current exhibitions HERE&NOW20: Perfectly Queer and A Sorrowful Act: The Wreck of the Zeewijk.

Enjoy complimentary food and drinks (...)
Friday 23
18:30 - EVENT - The Art of Composition Website | More Information
Visual and sonic art overlap in this special evening premiering new works by UWA Conservatorium of Music students.

Using artworks in the exhibitions HERE&NOW20: Perfectly Queer, Drew Pettifer: A Sorrowful Act and (Un)ladylike Acts at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery as inspiration, the (...)

 November 2020
Friday 13
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friday Talk: BYO Handicraft: Contemplating Kate Just's 'In my skin' Website | More Information
Join Chantal Bourgault Du Coudray, Lecturer in Gender Studies at UWA, to contemplate Kate Just’s 'In my skin'.

‘Knitting in public turns the interiority of the domestic outward.’ (Bratich & Brush, 2011)

Feminist thinkers and artists have long contemplated the cultural (...)
Saturday 14
11:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Thinking Queerly : A symposium exploring art and queer histories Website | More Information
Thinking Queerly is a symposium examining the links between queer histories and their social contexts through the lens of art practices.

It features keynote presentations from Australian jurist, academic and former Justice of the High Court, the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG and Dunja Rmandi&a (...)
Thursday 19
18:00 - PRESENTATION - Panel: Exploring Contemporary Issues Challenging LGBTQI+ people Website | More Information
Join us to hear different perspectives on issues of concern to the LGBTQI+ community in a series of presentations followed by a panel discussion. Chaired by Liberty Cramer, Chair of UWA’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee. Presenters include: · Anna Kimpton, Head of UWA Pride Department in the (...)
Friday 27
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friday Talk: Researching the Dennis Gray Collection at the Berndt Museum : Anthropologist Dennis Gray discusses the Dennis Gray Collection at the Berndt Museum of Anthropology Website | More Information
Visitors are invited to join anthropologist Dennis Gray as he introduces the Dennis Gray Collection at the Berndt Museum and discusses his current work on it. The Dennis Gray Collection provides a story of the 'Carnarvon Reserve Mob': the people, their social interactions, residential patterns (...)

13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friday Talk: Researching the Dennis Gray Collection at the Berndt Museum Website | More Information
Visitors are invited to join anthropologist Dennis Gray as he introduces the Dennis Gray Collection at the Berndt Museum and discusses his current work on it.

The Dennis Gray Collection provides a story of the 'Carnarvon Reserve Mob': the people, their social interactions, residential (...)

18:00 - PERFORMANCE - Indefinite Deferral: Reflections on a Maton Alver : A performance by UWA Senior Honorary Research Fellow and School of Humanities theatre director Dr Steve Chinna. Website | More Information
From the early 1950s until the early 1970s, the Australian guitar-making company Maton manufactured the Alver, a budget line plywood guitar aimed at students and beginners. From November 1964 until December 1972, the National Service Scheme, in its then latest incarnation, operated in Australia. Ar (...)


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