Cultural Precinct

WINTERarts at the University of Western Australia

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Partners

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During the entire month of July 2014, WINTERarts showcases the contribution the arts make to the life of The University of Western Australia.

We welcome students, staff and the community at large to our Crawley and Claremont campuses, to participate in a range of arts and cultural activities.

Program

The 2014 WINTERarts program features contemporary art and cultural exhibitions, talks by authors and artists, performances and a plethora of workshops - many of which are free to attend. Browse through the entire program online or download it as a PDF file (latest version of Adobe Reader is required).

Exhibitions
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You are invited to discover the many insightful stories being told through the exhibitions taking place during WINTERarts.
Talks
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Join us for talks by curators Ted Snell, Barbara Bynder as well as author Simone Lazaroo.
Performances
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The performances program is presented by the Cultural Precinct in conjunction with the UWA School of Music and the company-in-residence Ochre Contemporary Dance Company.
Children's Program
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WINTERarts 2014 at UWA features a dedicated children's program of music, theatre and workshops.
Workshops
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Ever wanted to learn how to draw, improve your Instagram skills or write that memoir? Now is the time! Learn writing, photography, drawing and even publishing through a series of workshops offered in conjunction with UWA Extension.

The University of Western Australia's Cultural Precinct is proud to be a partner of the City of Perth Winter Arts Season. For an overview of all events featured in the 2014 Winter Arts Season program, visit the City of Perth Winter Arts website.