State Library of WA | Until 23 JuneIn the intriguing exhibition, "Stuff!", the State Library staff reveal their hidden treasures and personal connections to the objects within their collection. From seasoned historians to librarians and administrators, each staff member carefully selected items that held a special place in their hearts.
Across the CBD | 16 June to 25 June
Prepare to be captivated by the unusual as the highly anticipated Strange Festival returns to Perth City. Strange will push boundaries and challenge perceptions, featuring over thirty visual artists in a free-to-see art trail across vacant spaces in Carillon, London Court, Hay Street Mall, Forrest Chase, Raine Square, 'Liberty' Basement, and Pooles Temple at the State Buildings.
Cathedral Square | 16 to 25 JuneBrand new and never exhibited before, AEON (or Zero) by Perth artist Tom Mùller is a site-resonant and experiential installation conceived in response to the significance and notion of ‘centering’ a city. This exploration of a ‘centre’, a ‘point zero’ through a light and sound-based installation allows the audience to physically get a sense of being immersed within a centre. Dance performances begin at 6pm and conclude at 7:30pm. The public can interact with AEON from 7:30pm to 9pm. Find out more here.
STATE by West Australian Ballet
State Theatre of Western Australia | 23 to 1 JulyPrepare to be mesmerized by a captivating palette of contemporary ballet at the breathtaking State Theatre Centre of WA. Step into a world where rising Australian choreographers push the boundaries of creativity, breathing new life into their thought-provoking works. Immerse yourself in the transformative power of dance as these talented artists grace the stage, inviting you to witness their evocative masterpieces unfold, from the original to the sequel. Book now.
Langley Park | 25 and 25 JuneGet ready to be enchanted as Fever Dream takes over Perth with a mesmerizing free outdoor spectacle at Langley Park. This immersive experience invites all ages to enter a world of wonder and engage with giant illuminated puppets. Led by renowned puppetry company Curious Legends, the production showcases a magnificent 10-meter-long Stingray, soaring aerial creations, a majestic 5-meter-tall river spirit, and locally made illuminated Stingray puppets.
Before each performance, a two-hour workshop allows community members to create their own handheld stingrays, with the opportunity to join the main visual performance alongside the illuminated giants. Let the spellbinding journey of sound, imagination, and light captivate your senses in this extraordinary event.
Planet Earth Concert
Perth Concert Hall | 15 JulyExperience the awe-inspiring beauty of Planet Earth through a captivating concert presented by the West Coast Philharmonic Orchestra and the Western Australian Wind Symphony. Delve into the stunning landscapes of Western Australia with Grandage's "All That Glisters" and explore the vibrant ecosystems of our planet in Fenton's "Planet Earth." Join us for an unforgettable musical journey celebrating the immense power and exquisite beauty of our precious planet. Discover more here.
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