Your Month in Visual Arts  09.11.2018   View Online   Send to Friend
HIGHLIGHTS: Tilt - A Retrospective / Animaze: Amazing Animals for Kids / An Illustrated Lecture with Justin Shoulder / Stewart Westle: Happy Days / Collective: The Small Print Edition
Dec 1 – Jan 20
Heathcote Museum & Gallery

The Tilt program is part of the annual exhibition schedule that has been developed to support local art practice, inquiry and arts practitioners. Join Heathcote gallery on their opening night event showcasing a milestone display of work from Tilt artists that have exhibited over the past 10 years. 
Nov 17 – Jan 23
Fremantle Arts Centre

Check out 40+ artists, specially designed play-spaces and a fantastic array of hands-on workshops at Animaze. As the first art exhibition designed specifically for kids at Fremantle Arts Centre, there’s certainly no shortage of entertainment for the young ones as a world of prints, paintings, sculptures, crochet, robotics and critters await!
Dec 8, PICA

Justin Shoulder is an artist working in performance, sculpture, video and nightlife events production. His main body of work Phasmahammer is an ecology of alter personas based on queered ancestral myth. Learn more about this intriguing practice at an intimate Saturday afternoon Illustrated Lecture. 
Nov 8 – Dec 2, Claremont Quarter

View the beautiful landscape works of Stewart Westle at his new Happy Days exhibition.  Through colourful stylised interpretations, Stewart’s captivating paintings speak of those precious moments of taking time out to communicate with nature.
Dec 7
Perth Centre for Photography

Discover and expand your knowledge of new and emerging, established Australian and international artists at PCP’s exciting new exhibition. Showcasing an eclectic mix of 100 artworks, this annual fundraising event is perfect for photography lovers who are looking to expand their personal collection.   
Community Arts Events
Rangoli - Indian Street Art 
Dec 1, Perth Cultural Centre
As part of the Act Belong Commit Swan Festival of Lights, join the month-long celebration of Deepavali and witness the making of Perth’s largest live 12-hour continuous Indian street art. Delicious Indian snacks and beverages will also be available from 4 pm by Annalakshmi.
FOMO Freo Colour 
Nov 18, Fremantle Oval
Celebrating the colour and movement of Fremantle, join FOMO for a free community art event. Book your easel today and be part of an en-mass celebration of what your Fremantle means to you through art. Expect a day of live entertainment, food trucks, kids games and plenty of arty fun from 10am onwards!
Last Chance To See
Now – Dec 2, John Curtin Gallery
John Curtin Gallery brings together the ceramic artworks of Pippin Drysdale and Warrick Palmateer for the first time in an exclusive joint exhibition that explores their unique collaboration over the last 25 years and showcases exciting new work.
Now – Dec 8
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Curator Anna Louise Richardson showcases work from 6 of WA’s diverse contemporary artists. These works pay homage to Marcel Duchamp’s eclectic style, pushing boundaries in paintings, mechanical assemblage and video performances. 
Now – Dec 23

A modernist take on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. The commemorative exhibition takes a spin on the classic tale to create a new millennium of contemporary and biological arts, both as a celebration and warning of scientific advancement.
Now – Dec 8
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

A celebration of the rich history in cattle stations along the Gibb River from the 1900s-1990s. The exhibition features photographic images of the last generation of cattlemen, their hardships through wet seasons and memories of those before them. 
Also on Display
Edith Cowan University
NOV 29 - DEC 7

Cathedral Square
NOW - NOV 24
Tresillian Arts Centre
NOV 12 - DEC 7 

Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
PS Art Space
NOV 16 - DEC 12
Mundaring Arts Centre
NOV 24 - DEC 21

Mundaring Arts Centre

NOV 10 - DEC 20 
State Theatre Centre WA