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    South Perth Community Market (FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH)

    Date: February 2, 2019 - June 2, 2019

    Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

    Held in the beautiful Windsor Park next to Perth Zoo from 9am – 4pm the first Sunday of each month, South Perth Community Market is a vibrant hub of activity with a wonderful selection of handpicked stallholders, food, art, fun activities for the kids and so much more! Please follow and like us:

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    Perth Concert Hall | March Guided Venue Tours

    Date: March 25, 2019

    Reveal the secrets of the Perth Concert Hall in this guided tour which takes you backstage, upstage, down narrow passageways, past technical contraptions and into a previously concealed area now being used as a performance space. Follow in the footsteps of famous performers such as the London Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Ray Charles, Sting, KD Lang, The Proclaimers and of course our own wonderful West Australian Symphony Orchestra. Monday 25 March | 9:30am | 10:15am | 11:15am Please follow and like us:

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    Soukouss Internationale Live

    Date: March 31, 2019

    Time: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

    Soukouss Internationale showcase authentic energetic Congolese music and dance. Led by Jamie Searle (guitar), the band features legendary Mozambican guitarist Mahamudo Selimane along with members from Odette Mercy’s Soul Atomics and the Askari Afrobeat Orchestra. With gorgeous vocalists and dynamic dancers, Soukouss International play dynamic African music guaranteed to get you moving. Presented by the City of Perth, Soukouss Internationale appear as part of the Horizon Sunday Concert Series, a free twilight family friendly concert series celebrating the cultural diversity of Western Australia. Please follow and like us:

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    Perth NIght Noodle Markets

    Date: April 5, 2019 - April 14, 2019

    Time: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

    The Night Noodle Markets will return to Elizabeth Quay once again from April 5 – 14, offering the most exciting Asian Hawker food stalls. 2018 saw thousands of people in Perth flock to the markets to get their noodles fix, and this year the sizzling nights will once again be packed with Asian Hawker-style signature dishes and innovative tastes from Hoy Pinoy, Shallot Thai, Bangkok Street Food, What the Pho, Bao Wow, Bao Brothers, Twistto & Waffleland. Further details on the additional stalls, menus and experiences to be announced soon. FREE ENTRY. Please follow and like us:

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    2019 Buddha’s Birthday and Multicultural Festival

    Date: April 13, 2019 - April 14, 2019

    Time: 11:00 am to 8:30 pm

    Join us at the Buddha’s Birthday & Multicultural Festival, in celebration of the birth of the Buddha and the wonderful diversity of Australia. This year we will be at a new venue, the Supreme Court Gardens, with its newly renovated grounds along the Riverside Drive. Please follow and like us:

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    WA Now – Andrew Nicholls – Hyperkulturemia

    Date: April 15, 2019

    Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Andrew Nicholls’ WA Now solo exhibition showcases his recent Hyperkulturemia series. The major focus of his practice for over the past five years, Hyperkulturemia is the outcome of a series of residencies in Italy between 2014-2017. These residencies were an opportunity for Nicholls to engage with various sites associated with the 18th century Grand Tour, a rite-of-passage that saw young, aristocratic men complete their education by journeys to Italy to view the remains of classical antiquity and the masterpieces of the Renaissance. The series’ title refers to the condition of ‘Stendhal Syndrome’ (aka Florence Syndrome or Rome Syndrome), reported to have been experienced by tourists overcome by the splendours of high Renaissance art. It was often explained as coming from an “excess of culture in the blood.” This immersive installation features Andrew Nicholls’ performative photographs, beautifully detailed drawings and illustrated ceramics. A playful and powerful meditation on the cultural significance of the European Grand Tour, it demonstrates Nicholls’ unique way of engaging with contemporary and historical art and modes of being. Please follow and like us:

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    Exhibition: Cicada by Shaun Tan

    Date: April 24, 2019

    Time: 5:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    Acclaimed artist and writer Shaun Tan’s CICADA tells the story of cicada who works in an office, dutifully toiling day after day for unappreciative bosses. One day cicada goes to the roof of the building and something extraordinary happens… Be amazed by this exhibition of original artwork, sculpture and draft illustrations from CICADA, a tale which resonates with older children and adults alike. Please follow and like us:

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    2019 HeartKids Gala Ball

    Date: May 4, 2019

    Time: 6:30 pm to 12:00 am

    Celebrating 40 years of HeartKids supporting those living with congenital heart disease. Join us for an evening of sophistication, gastronome dining and premier entertainment, while generously contributing to HeartKids. Highlights will include live and silent auctions and the raffle where guests will have the opportunity to bid on and win some amazing prizes before the live band takes the party through until midnight. Please follow and like us:

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    Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley

    Date: May 27, 2019

    Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Part of the Perth Festival 2019, this landmark exhibition is an exciting, experimental, and current look at Aboriginal art from the Kimberley. Newly commissioned works from six Kimberley art centres and three independent artists are presented alongside a selection of culturally significant pieces from art centre collections. Together with works from AGWA’s collection, the exhibition offers a rare experience of the land, artists and art of the Kimberley. A celebration of AGWA’s six-year Kimberley Aboriginal arts project Desert River Sea, supported by Rio Tinto, the exhibition has been shaped by the people and the places of the Kimberley. Artists and art centres have embraced the opportunity to share their stories of Country and lived experience through innovative contemporary art practice. Please follow and like us: