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  • Gwoonwardu Mia Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre. The building is pictured at night with the sloping curved roof sihouetted against the sky Cultural centre rebirth turns focus on regional riches
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    Cultural centre rebirth turns focus on regional riches

    27 May 2022

    New interactive displays underline the status of Gwoonwardu Mia Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre but, as Victoria Laurie writes, its rocky history raises questions about how we value such facilities.

    Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts
  • Love to Read Local event. Two men in black tops are sitting at a desk, signing books. Two young boys in red tops and caps are standing on the other side of the desk waiting for their books. 10 tips on how to read local
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    10 tips on how to read local

    26 May 2022

    Next week is Love to Read Local Week. From tours and clubs to retail therapy, Ara Jansen offers some creative ways to explore our local tales.

    Reading time • 9 minutesLiterature
  • Reading time • 7 minutesCabaret
  • Arts Impact finalists and winners on stage ARTS Impact winners announced
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    ARTS Impact winners announced

    25 May 2022

    ARTS Impact WA, the state’s new philanthropic collective, has selected and announced the winners of its first funding round at a special event held at Freo.Social.

    Reading time • 6 minutesMulti-arts
  • Brightly coloured circular rugs woven from rags are spread across the ground. Vivid colours of red, orange and blue An art project that will weave our country whole
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    An art project that will weave our country whole

    19 May 2022

    The winners of the inaugural Arts Impact WA grant will be announced on 24 May 2022. Rosalind Appleby catches up with one of the finalists, Vivienne Robertson, who is calling us to weave our country whole.

    Reading time • 10 minutesVisual Art
  • Sensorium Theatre. Photo: Jessica Wyld. A scene from Oddysea by Sensorium Theatre. Two children peer at something we can't see, using a small torch. Their faces are alight with wonder. Creating a wonder-filled world for kids
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    Creating a wonder-filled world for kids

    19 May 2022

    Sensorium Theatre has been making work for young people with disability for 12 years, and now the zeitgeist is finally catching up, writes Varnya Bromilow.

    Reading time • 9 minutesTheatre
  • An artists impression of a treelined avenue with waterways and people walking through Government reveals plan for  Perth’s ‘beating cultural heart’
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    Government reveals plan for Perth’s ‘beating cultural heart’

    18 May 2022

    The McGowan Government has announced extra funding for the Perth Cultural Centre redevelopment. But can infrastructure investment alone resuscitate an arts and culture sector still struggling with the challenges of COVID and ongoing budget cuts?

    Reading time • 7 minutesMulti-arts
  • Alex England as TOM with Roz Hammond as CLAUDIA, How To Please A Woman - Photograph by David Dare Parker Alexander England and Roz Hammond on the set of How to Please a Woman. He carries a caddy of cleaning products and is looking at something out of shot with surprise as she looks on, smiling. Film pleases women on more than one front
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    Film pleases women on more than one front

    4 May 2022

    Turning well-built male removalists into well-built domestic cleaners, WA-made film How to Please a Woman is designed to open up some important conversations around sex, intimacy… and housework, discovers Ara Jansen.

    Reading time • 10 minutesFilm

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