The annual WINTERarts program of events is on throughout July at various locations within UWA.
The 2014 program offers an exciting range of experiences, including performances, workshops, exhibitions, talks and a dedicated children's program.
The latest Westerly Magazine is out now!
Published by the Westerly Centre, Volume 59:1 features a wide range of stories, poetry, major review essays, a beautiful photo-essay by Nicholas Walton-Healey (feature image) as well as an introduction to the life and work of Gerald Glaskin.
Renowned clarinettist Ashley Smith will be joined by the very best of Western Australia's young musicians for a wonderful night of presenting 20th century works.
Thursday 31 July, 6pm at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.
In this special event, author and travel writer Stephen Scourfield reads excerpts of his writings, which then take physical form interpreted through dance by the Ochre Contemporary Dance Company.
Wednesday 30 July, 6:30pm.
Curated by Emma Mahanay Bitmead, HERE&NOW14 showcases the richness and diversity of ceramic practice by contemporary Western Australian artists.
On show from 26 July until 27 September 2014.
Curated by Gemma Weston, Glitter: Pat Larter vs Lola Ryan presents the vibrant and engaging work of two distinct yet connected artists.
On show from 26 July until 27 September 2014 at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.
At this year's Open Day you'll find all the information you need on UWA's undergrad and postgrad courses. You can tour the residential colleges to find out what it’s like to live on campus and there'll also be a range of hands-on activities, live music, entertainment and sporting matches around campus.