Cultural Precinct

Projection Program - LUMINOUSnight

Further Information

  • UWA Centenary


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

LUMINOUSnight is a one night spectacular of light and art and The University of Western Australia’s 100th birthday gift to the people of Western Australia.

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.

The projection program for LUMINOUSnight features state-of-the-art filmic projections and light sculptures throughout the UWA campus.



The centrepiece of LUMINOUSnight will be a 20-minute filmic projection by Australian Arts company illuminart® onto the main facade of Winthrop Hall.

When: 8:40pm, 9:20pm, 10pm, 10:40pm and 11:20pm

Where: Viewed from Whitfield Court (in front of the Reflective Pond at Winthrop Hall)\

Duration: 20 minutes

For more information, visit the LUMINOUShall webpage.

Please note: To avoid queues, patrons must obtain a pass to a specific screening of this projection. The free passes are issued from 7pm onwards at the LUMINOUShall tent on Riley Oval next to the Arts Building. Obtain a pass, see other events, then arrive at the western entrance of Winthrop Hall (the Great Gate) ten minutes before your scheduled screening.



Light sculptures transform prominent trees into monumental portraits paying homage to UWA's public 'space makers'; the architects, landscape architects, gardeners and groundsmen who have created UWA's garden campus.

When: 7pm until midnight

Where: Various locations - trees on campus (Patricia Crawford Court, Black Stump, The Great Court)

Duration: Continuous

Read more about the SPACEmakers installation by Craig Walsh.