Cultural Precinct


We offer a range of programs and activities to promote the understanding of arts in the community.

School students and teachers

Business, industry and the general community

Language and culture courses

We can provide language and culture courses to support your staff that work in foreign countries, or for anyone in the general community:

Professional development and postgraduate training

We have developed several postgraduate courses to meet the needs of industry and government. We welcome the opportunity to meet the training needs of your staff.

Research on a specific topic

Through Co-operative Education for Enterprise Development (CEED), you can link with our researchers, their undergraduate and postgraduate students, to research a topic of interest to you.

Access to students for work experience

Can your organisation host an Arts student for a practicum placement?

Arts Practicum is a bridge between university study and workplace experience where an Arts students can work on a project of real value to a host organisation. Employers can design projects with students, according to their organisation's needs and the student's interests.

If you are interested in hosting a practicum student, you may also be interested in being a Career Mentor to a UWA student.


Native Title and Indigenous issues

We have considerable expertise in research on Aboriginal Native Title, cultural heritage, and resource negotiation projects.



  • The University Music Society and School of Music present a program each year of concerts and events showcasing the finest musical talent locally, nationally, internationally.