Cultural Precinct

LUMINOUSnight Program - 8 February 2013

Further Information

  • UWA Centenary
 
 

Enquiries

For all LUMINOUSnight enquiries, please contact the Program Coordinator, Ian Lilburne:

LUMINOUSflux projection onto Winthrop Hall

LUMINOUSnight is a one-night celebration of art and culture to commemorate The University of Western Australia’s centenary (1913-2013).

The UWA Crawley campus is widely acknowledged as the most beautiful university campus in Australia and one of the most beautiful in the world.

From 7pm until midnight on Friday 8 February 2013, it will be transformed into a walk-through gallery and performance space, hosting a continous program of performances, displays and installations - a delight of light, art and history.


This free public event coincides with the opening of the 2013 Perth International Arts Festival and the first night of the University’s Centenary Alumni Weekend.

Program

The program highlights key moments and individuals in the University's history through high-quality work designed with a broad public appeal. Many of the activities feature UWA graduates, students and teachers, while others showcase prominent West Australian and national artists.

The program has been organised into various genres. Look through the events by selecting the genre links below or view the performances outline. The program is also available as downloadable files in PDF format.  All events are free and open for the public to attend.


LUMINOUSnight Performance Outline

Download the program

Prefer to download and/or print the program? The LUMINOUSnight program in available for download in two layout formats. To view the downloads, a PDF reader such as Adobe Reader must be installed on your computer. Adobe Reader is available as a free download

Partners

LUMINOUSnight has been generously sponsored by LotterywestState Government of Western Australia through the Department of Premier and Cabinet, and TDC - Technical Direction Company.

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