8 images of washing up sinks
Calendar, Lectures and Talks, September 19, Visual arts

Visual Arts: Open Studio | Between Places

28 September @ Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) ·
Presented by Layli Rashkha ·

Join us from 3pm to 4pm for Layli Rakhsha’s Open Studio entitled “Between Places”, where she will guide us through the techniques, triumphs and challenges of her creative process – as well as show us the incredible work she has completed during her residency. Explore with through Layli Rakhsha’s work how home can be defined by personal, social, and cultural experiences and relationships.

More info
W: pica.org.au/show/open-studios-september2019/
E:  info@pica.org.au

Layli Rakhsha, Everyday, 2016, 28 photographs, 42 x 71 cm each, digital print on paper.

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Calendar, October 19, September 19, Visual arts

Visual arts: Termite Economies (Phase One) by Nicholas Mangan

27 July – 6 October 2019 ·
@ Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts ·

As a starting point for this exhibition, Nicholas Mangan looks at historical research undertaken by the CSIRO into the activity of termites in the hope that the behaviour of these industrious insects would assist with the identification of gold deposits and lead to increased efficiency in gold exploration.

Mangan combines footage he filmed on location in WA, alongside archival video and table-mounted sculptures – elaborate 3D prints of re-imagined internal workings of termite mounds. Using a 3D printer, plaster and soil, Mangan has created models that hybridise mining infrastructure with termite architecture to form speculative termite mining infrastructures.

More info: http://pica.org.au/show/termite-economies/

Pictured: Nicholas Mangan, ‘Termite Economies (Phase One)’, installation view, 2019. Courtesy of the Artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne. Photo by Bo Wong. Courtesy of Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts.

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Calendar, Music, Performing arts, September 19

Music: The Edge of Forgetting

29 September @ Marist Auditorium, Newman College ·
Presented by Fremantle Symphony Orchestra ·

The Fremantle Symphony Orchestra’s second concert of 2019 will feature the West Australian premiere of The Edge of Forgetting, a symphonic work by WA composer Lachlan Skipworth.  In a program curated by the Orchestra’s Artistic Director, David Pye, the Orchestra will also perform Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 in F Major all under the baton of Dr Paul DeCinque.

The performance takes place at 3pm.

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Calendar, November 19, October 19, September 19, Visual arts

Visual Arts: Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award

19 Sep – 10 Nov @ Fremantle Arts Centre ·
Presented by Fremantle Arts Centre ·

Now in its 44th year, the Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award returns with a spectacular new showcase of prints and artists’ books from a selection of established, emerging and cross-disciplinary artists from across the country. In 2019, Australia’s premier printmaking prize continues to present works which celebrate traditional printmaking alongside those which look towards the future of the medium.

Join us at the exhibition opening, Thursday 19 September from 6.30pm to 9pm for the announcement of the 2019 winners and to view all of the finalists’ works.

More info
W: www.fac.org.au
E:  artscentre@fremantle.wa.gov.au

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Macbeth behind a cauldron, with banquet in the foreground
Calendar, Food and Drink, Music, Opera, Performing arts, September 19

Macbeth’s Medieval Banquet at Brookfield Place

23 & 24 September @ Brookfield Place ·
Presented by Brookfield Properties and West Australian Opera ·

Brookfield Properties and the West Australian Opera will be teaming up once again to curate another dynamic and unique dining experience – ‘Macbeth’s Medieval Banquet at Brookfield Place’.

Taking creative inspiration from Shakespeare’s gripping classic, and the West Australian Opera’s upcoming season of Macbeth, those passionate about food, music, wine, art and entertainment are invited to enjoy a progressive culinary experience through the award winning-venues of Brookfield Place.

More info
W: bfplperth.com/events/macbeth2019s-medieval-banquet-at-brookfield-place
E:  administration@waopera.asn.au

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Calendar, Musical theatre, November 19, October 19, Performing arts, September 19

Musical Theatre: Book of Mormon

3 Sep – 17 Nov @ Crown Theatre, Perth ·
Presented by Important Musicals & John Frost ·

The Book of Mormon, Broadway’s smash hit musical written by Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez commenced their Perth season of performances at the Crown Theatre, Perth on 3 September 2019 and will run until 17 November.

Since making its world premiere in March 2011 at New York’s Eugene O’Neill Theatre, where it won nine TonyR Awards, including Best Musical, The Book of Mormon has been performed on three continents and won over thirty international awards. The musical has smashed long-standing box office records in New York, London, Melbourne, Sydney and cities across the U.S.

The Book of Mormon is produced in Australia by Anne Garefino, Scott Rudin, Important Musicals and John Frost.

Contains explicit language.

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Outback scene with clouds and bare trees
Calendar, December 19, Featured, February 2020, January 2020, November 19, October 19, September 19, Visual arts

Visual Arts: enigmas of the outback

29 Sep – 9 Feb @ Holmes à Court Gallery at Vasse Felix ·
Presented by the Artists ·

This exhibition is about the Australian outback as an enigmatic, mysterious, spirited and haunted terrain. The selection of photographic, paint and sculptural works reflect upon how the outback triggers the imagination in unsettling ways. It is at once darkly evocative and psychologically compelling; a journey through responses to the spirituality and mythology of the Australian landscape.

Artists: Brook Andrew, Jane Burton, Rebecca Dagnall, Eva Fernandez, David Downs Jarinyanu, Nigel Hewitt, Janet Laurence, Roslynd Piggott, Polexini Papapetrou, Brad Rimmer, Jacqui Stockdale, Monique Tippet, Paul Uhlmann, Paddy Fordham Wainburranga, Toni Wilkinson.


More info
W: http://www.holmesacourtgallery.com.au/article/enigmas-of-the-outback-29-september-2019-9-february-2020-vasse-felix
E: Laetitia.Wilson@heytesbury.com.au

Pictured: Brad Rimmer, Crows nest #11 Booralaming, 2017, archival inkjet photograph, Courtesy of Art Collective WA

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Calendar, Film, Music, Performing arts, September 19

Music at the Movies

15 September @ Orana Cinemas, Albany ·
Presented by Orana Cinemas ·

Albany Sinfonia’s collaborative performance with acclaimed Perth ensemble, Viola Dana, promises to be a cinematic sensation. On Sunday September 15th,  Orana Cinemas Albany hosts an authentic silent movie experience, featuring the adored 1924 movie, SHERLOCK JR. – directed by and starring slapstick comedy great, Buster Keaton.

Film score composer and violist, Kathy Potter, says, ‘Viola Dana are very excited about going down to Albany to perform with the Sinfonia again. We were bowled over by the warm welcome the Sinfonia gave to us.’ Artistic Director, Neville Talbot’s ‘dynamic and detailed’ conducting, coupled with gleaming local talent and ‘a wonderful bunch of musicians’ from the Albany Sinfonia promises a sensational event, and a first of its kind for Orana Cinemas Albany.

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Pictured: Viola Dana

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Calendar, Music, Performing arts, September 19

Music: The Romantic Harp with Alice Giles

29 September @ Government House Ballroom ·
Presented by Music on the Terrace ·

Alice Giles is the doyen of the harp and is celebrated as one of the world’s leading harpists. First Prize winner of the Eighth Israel International Harp Contest, she has had a wide and varied international solo career, from London’s Wigmore Hall, New York’s Merkin, ‘Y’ and Carnegie Halls, to Mawson Station, Antarctica, and continues to tour annually in the USA, Europe and Asia.

It is a great pleasure to present Alice Giles in a program for solo harp as well as chamber music with some of Perth’s leading musicians.

This event will be held at 4pm on Sunday 29 September at Government House Ballroom, 13 St George’s Terrace, Perth CBD.

More info
W: www.perthconcerthall.com.au/events/event/alice-giles
E:  boxoffice@perthconcerthall.com.au

Pictured: The Romantic Harp with Alice Giles

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Youth Orchestra
Calendar, Music, Performing arts, September 19

Music: The Planets: WA Youth Orchestra

29 September @ Perth Concert Hall ·
Presented by Woodside, Principal Partner ·

Immerse yourself in extraordinary music!

Experience the spectrum of orchestral sounds and unforgettable musical imagery, as the Western Australian Youth Orchestra presents a dazzling program of celestial proportions. From the irresistible and quintessentially American classic Appalachian Spring to Holst’s magnificent astrological musical portraits of our solar system in The Planets.

More info
W: www.perthconcerthall.com.au/events/event/wa-youth-orchestra-the-planets
E:  boxoffice@perthconcerthall.com.au

Pictured: The Planets: WA Youth Orchestra

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