Cultural Precinct

Dialogues with Landscape program

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Dialogues with Landscape was a series of art interventions into the University's Crawley Campus during the 2011 Perth International Arts Festival.

The interventions marked 100 years since an Act of Parliament established the University of Western Australia.

The program ran from 15 February to 7 March.

Date

Public Program

Time

Meet

February

Wednesday 16

Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly)

5.30-7pm

Memory House

Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre
The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 6pm for 6.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
       
Friday 18 Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre
       
Saturday 19 Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 3-5pm Memory House
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 4pm for 4.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
       
Sunday 20 Nien Schwarz discusses Radicle (L. radix, root), her installation of 100 native plants 2pm Reid Library Lawn
  Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 3-5pm Memory House
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 4pm for 4.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
  Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre
       
Wednesday 23 Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 5.30-7pm Memory House
  Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 6pm for 6.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
       
Friday 25 Converge, flash-mob style, to participate in a 'social symphony' with Julian Stadon (kid friendly) 4pm Outside Somerville
  Bring laptops and converge, flash-mob style, within Second Life with Julian Stadon. SL newbies will receive tutorship from Julian. 4.30pm Outside Somerville
  Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre
       
Saturday 26 Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 3-5pm Memory House
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 4pm for 4.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
       
Sunday 27 Rachael Dease discusses 4 Part History, her quadraphonic sound installation created for Winthrop Hall Foyer 2pm Winthrop Hall Foyer
  Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 3-5pm Memory House
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 4pm for 4.15pm start Reid Library Lawn

 

Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre

 March

     
Wednesday 2 Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 5.30-7pm Memory House
  Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 6pm for 6.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
       
Friday 4 Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre
       
Saturday 5
Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 3-5pm Memory House
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 4pm for 4.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
       
Sunday 6 Converge, flash-mob style, to participate in a 'social symphony' with Julian Stadon (kid friendly) 12.30pm Outside Somerville
  Bring laptops and converge, flash-mob style, within Second Life with Julian Stadon. SL newbies will receive tutorship from Julian. 1pm Outside Somerville
  Nien Schwarz discusses Radicle (L. radix, root), her installation of 100 native plants 2pm Reid Library Lawn
  Bang the Gong Workshop with Diokno Pasilan – bring a picnic and create music inside Memory House (kid friendly) 3-5pm Memory House
  The Stalactite Love Review by George Egerton Warburton 4pm for 4.15pm start Reid Library Lawn
  Watch Bennett Miller feed the university's peacocks in a custom-designed environment (kid friendly) 6pm New Fortune Theatre