Your Arts Playground podcast: November

28 October 2021

This month we’re excited about the re-opening the Art Gallery of WA, the Fremantle Biennale, the Perth International Jazz Festival… and more!

Can you believe it’s November already?

Join Nina and Rosalind as they dive into the shows, concerts and exhibitions they’re looking forward to catching this month.

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Show notes

Notes are listed in chronological order, as mentioned in the episode.

“The View From Here”, opens 6 November @ Art Gallery of Western Australia

Fremantle Biennale 5-21 November

Outside In by Amrita Hepi, @ The Naval Store, 5-21 November (Performances: 5-7 November, 18-20 November)

Seesaw’s article about the Fremantle Biennale

Step change, by Alexander Boynes, Mandy Martin and Tristen Parr @ The Naval Store, 5-21 November ​​

Kepa Kalyakoorl – Aquiferous by Cara Teusner-Gartland, Daniel Jan Martin and Sandra Harben @ Old Customs House and various sites along the Derbarl Yerrigan, 5-21 November

Meeting Place by HIP Company, 19 November @ The Naval Store
(Please note this is a ticketed event!)

Perth International Jazz Festival, in Perth and 13 November in Busselton, 5-7 November

Competition to win tickets to Scott Tinkler at the Perth International Jazz Festival

Folds by WAAPA second year Performance Making students, directed by WAAPA’s Associate Dean of Performance, @ WA Musuem Boola Bardip 4-6 November

Review of WAAPA Bachelor of Performing Arts students (2017)

ST. ALi Italian Film Festival @ Palace Cinemas until 14 November

British Film Festival @ Palace Cinemas, 3 November – 1 December

Competition to win tickets to the British Film Festival

WA Expose @ The Rechabite, 26 November

Seesaw’s review of Yirra Yaakin’s Ice Land: a Hip H’Opera (2019)

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