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April 19, Calendar, May 19, Performing arts, Theatre

Theatre: Death Throes

30 Apr – 18 May @ The Blue Room Theatre ·
Presented by Gillies, Croft and Lui ·

The end is nigh #posttruthbaby
Welcome to the end. Post truth, baby. Post fact, post power, post CD-ROM. Performed by three over excited artists who may (or may not) be authorities on power but are definitely authorities on Britney, Death Throes rips apart and reimagines humanity’s desire to tell and believe in myths.

Setting ablaze the oppressive ideas, stories and images of our world in an attempt to topple the pyramid of hierarchical power under its own weight. We’re disintegrating the grand narratives of history in an orgy of gleeful destruction, and starting again from scratch baby.

A perverse performance party inside the void, brought to you by the iconoclastic minds of Julia Croft, Harriet Gillies, and Joe Lui.

More info
W: www.blueroom.org.au/events/death-throes/
E:  info@blueroom.org.au

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April 19, Calendar, Film, Lectures and Talks

Film: Talks: 2040 Q&As with filmmaker Damon Gameau

26 – 29 April @ Various Cinemas ·
Presented by Madman Entertainment ·

Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) is back with “2040” – a documentary where he embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream. This is the narrative the next generation needs to see, to aspire to, and to believe is possible.

Ahead of the official release of the film on 23 May, Damon Gameau will attend advance Q&A screenings across Perth at the end of April.

Friday 26 April – Luna Leederville & Palace Raine Square
Sunday 28 April – Luna on SX & Event Cinemas Innaloo
Monday 29 April – Reading Cinemas Mandurah

More info:
www.whatsyour2040.com

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April 19, Calendar, Festivals, Film

Film: 2019 Moro Spanish Film Festival Opening Night Fiesta Perth

24 April @ Cinema Paradiso, Northbridge ·
Presented by Palace Cinemas ·

The Moro Spanish Film Festival opens on April 24 with Champions, the critically acclaimed feel good film that smashed box office records in Spain last year!

Opening the festival on April 24 will be the Best Film winner at the Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars) Champions (Campeones).  This film, by Javier Fesser stars Javier Gutiérrez as Marco, an ambitious and arrogant basketball coach forced to train a team of people with disabilities. Touted as a “comedic slam dunk” by The Hollywood Reporter, Spain’s exuberant 2019 foreign language Oscars entry is the ultimate feel-good film that will leave audiences grinning from ear to ear.

The Opening Night Fiesta includes Sangria on arrival and the premiere screening, followed by an afterparty at Connections Nightclub with drinks, catering by Pinchos and live entertainment by Jere Sosa.

Watch the trailer here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qo_PDXou77c

Event Details:
6:15pm Reception at Cinema Paradiso – 164 James Street, Northbridge
7:00pm Screening of Champions
9:00pm After Party at Connections Nightclub – 81 James Street, Northbridge
Tickets: Palace Movie Club $52 / General Admission $57
To purchase tickets go to: www.spanishfilmfestival.com/ or www.palacecinemas.com.au

Screening exclusively at Palace Cinema Paradiso from 24 April – 15 May, the 2019 Moro Spanish Film Festival features 32 films from Spain and Latin America, including special presentations and events, innovative documentaries, and a spotlight on female directors.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

More info:
www.spanishfilmfestival.com/

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April 19, Calendar, Circus, Performing arts

Circus: CATCH!

18, 23 & 24 April @ Fishtrap Theatre, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre ·
27& 28 @ Fairbridge Festival ·
Presented by MAXIMA Circus and Mandurah Performing Arts Centre ·

A can-do fun filled show suitable for all ages. Combining circus, puppetry & dance with a whole bunch of bouncing balls!!

More info
W: www.manpac.com.au/catch
E:  steamworks@iinet.net.au

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Jessica Smart & Yvan Karlsson – CATCH! – Credit: Simon Pynt

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April 19, Calendar, June 19, Visual arts

Visual Arts: Lawley Art Auction

15 June @ Mount Lawley Senior High School ·
Artist Entry submissions close 15 April ·
Presented by The Lawley Art Auction committee of Mt Lawley Senior High School ·

Showcasing an array of stunning art from renowned and emerging artists within WA each year, this premiere fundraising event enables enrichment of Arts programs for students in the Specialist Visual and Performing Arts (SVAPA) and Music programs at Mt Lawley Senior Senior High School . With artist registration closing on 15 April, we are excited to see what beautiful pieces will be available for lucky bidders this year.

More info
W: www.lawleyevents.com
E:  publicity@lawleyevents.com

Pictured:
Students from Mt Lawley SHS Arts programs get ready to help out with the Lawley Art Auction.

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April 19, Calendar, Dance, Performing arts

Dance: Within

26 April @ Broadwalk Theatre, Mandurah Performing
Arts Centre ·
Presented by Iridescence Dance Company ·

Within – a double-bill ballet. Internal landscape versus the outer persona. An experience in ballet, music, spoken-word and aerial. Fire Within. Inspired by the saying “Sky above me, Earth beneath me, Fire within me”, the narrative focuses on Beatrice’s walk outside and her reveries. Does she have cause for happiness?

Shakti. Three women, each in different cultures, each with different societal expectations. Within the bundle of twine-bound journals found in the effects of her beloved and recently departed aunty, the lives of Cataline, Atiya and Danielle are revealed to Sarah.

Aerial art explores each woman’s internal landscape; ballet explores the external actions of the woman. Vocalization of the inner monologue of each character shows the moments of internal and external congruency/conflict.

Within is a ballet imbued with meaning, but remains a visual and aural delight that has the flavour of a classic ballet, in a modern context.

More info:
www.iridescencedance.com
www.manpac.com.au

Pictured: Iridescence, credit: ATdesign

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April 19, Calendar, Lectures and Talks, Visual arts

Visual Arts/Talks: Revealed: Artists in Conversation

12 April @ Fremantle Arts Centre ·
Presented by Fremantle Arts Centre ·

Revealed: Artists in Conversation offers a great opportunity to learn more about the fascinating and diverse projects happening at Aboriginal art centres throughout WA and across the national sector. Join us for a morning of insightful, intimate conversations.

Program:

Timo Hogan, Kumanara Stevens and Sophia Brown from Spinifex Arts Project in Tjuntjuntjara (Great Victoria Desert, WA) will speak about MILPA: Language, Driving & Art, an important interdisciplinary arts project focused on creating Pitjantjatjara language resources for Anangu drivers.

Perth Centre for Photography and GEE CONSULTANCY will present on their recent photographic development program EXPOSURE: New Voices in WA Photography.

Artist Yhonnie Scarce and curator Hannah Presley will share some of their recent projects, focusing on work theyare undertaking in remote communities.

Lavene McKenzie and Dave Laslett, photographic collaborators from South Australia, will share their experiences of the First Nations Photographic Mentoring program they have been offering in South Australia.

Artist and storyteller Mervyn Street from Mangkaja Arts will share his recent project Veins of the Country which explores the importance of water, and the deep connection people have to water in the Fitzroy Valley.

Revealed: Artists in Conversation runs from 10am to 12pm.

Revealed: Artists in Conversation will be hosted by Western Australian curator, producer and writer Glenn Iseger-Pilkington. Cultural associations: Wadjarri, Nhanda, Noongar, Dutch and Scottish.

*Note: program is subject to change

More info
W: www.fac.org.au/whats-on/post/revealed-artists-conversation/
E:  artscentre@fremantle.wa.gov.au

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April 19, Calendar, Immersive Experience, Installation

Immersive Experience: Manguri Wiltja

13 April @ Fremantle Arts Centre ·
Presented by FORM and Fremantle Arts Centre ·

During the Revealed Market, children and families are invited to enter Manguri Wiltja, an interactive play space made from intricate tjanpi woven forms, repurposed tyres and evocative sounds. A wiltja is a traditional shelter created here from woven circles, offering a tranquil space for contemplation. The installation draws upon the playful yet sophisticated aesthetics of both Tjanpi Desert Weavers and Polyglot Theatre and is designed to introduce children to the culture and Country of Warakurna.

FORM presents Manguri Wiltja at Revealed in a world premiere. The installation will tour nationally throughout 2019. For more information visit www.form.net.au

Manguri Wiltja runs from 10am-12pm and to 2-4pm.

More info
W: www.fac.org.au/whats-on/post/manguri-wiltja/
E:  artscentre@fremantle.wa.gov.au

Pictured:
Manguri Wiltja project third development workshop in Perth, November 2017. Photograph by Bewley Shaylor,  c/o Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Polyglot Theatre, and FORM

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April 19, Calendar, Music, Performing arts

Music: Introducing TVQ: Album Launch

23 April @ The Ellington Jazz Club ·
Presented by Tim Voutas Quartet ·

TVQ’s (Tim Voutas Quartet) sound is energetic and new, with intricate melodies and rhythms that keep you guessing. The compositions can be fun and cheeky while at the same time take you on a journey through a wave of emotions. This project started in 2016 as an outlet for creativity and since then has grown to create its first album “Introducing TVQ.” TVQ draws upon influences spanning Bill Evan’s harmonic lushness, Art Blakey’s fire, Hiromi Uehara’s flare and Keith Jarrett’s emotion.

Join us to celebrate the launch of “Introducing TVQ” which is sure to be a night not to be forgotten.

Ricki Malet: Trumpet
Tim Voutas: Piano
Alistair Peel: Double Bass
Ryan Daunt: Drums

Based in Perth, Tim Voutas’s piano playing is energetic and colourful. His early classical piano playing got him into music and then luckily steered him towards Jazz. He graduated the GIJ academy big band in 2013  and WAAPA in 2017. From there he has been performing around Perth in his own groups “TVQ” (Tim Voutas Quartet)  and “The Island Trio.” He is also a member of the Perth Cabaret Collective.

More info
W: www.ellingtonjazz.com.au/event/introducing-tvq-album-launch/
E:  tim@timvoutas.com

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April 19, Calendar, Performing arts, Visual arts

Visual & Performing Arts: Häxa House

19 April @ The Centre for Stories, Northbridge ·
Presented by Häxa House Collective ·

Haxa House is an exhibition and party that will run for one night only, showcasing Perth artists under 26 along with performers and live music. It will run as part of the PropelArts Kickstart Festival 2019.

19 April from 7-10.30 pm. The Centre for Stories is at 100 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge

More info
W: www.facebook.com/haxahouse/
E:  haxahouseperth@gmail.com

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