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Perth is home to five universities, countless business, industry, political and community organisations providing access to talks and lectures from learned local and international renowned academics to outrageous hysterics. Until now, the content’s never been easy to find. We are working closely with the universities and other institutions to provide a one-stop shop. Don’t miss your chance to get your content first-hand!

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Break the Bias: Celebrating women's achievements brunch

Join us for brunch as we listen to Australia's leading female AFL coach speak about her experiences as the first woman in Australia to coach men at a state level and how she 'broke the bias'.

  • Dates:July 3
  • Time(s):9am until 12pm
  • Venue:Cervantes Community Recreation Centre

Details

  • Type:Community,Free
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair accessible
  • Hosted By:Shire of Dandaragan
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Sports:AFL
  • Other:Lectures & Talking

Description

Join us for brunch as we listen to Australia's leading female AFL coach speak about her experiences as the first woman in Australia to coach men at a state level and how she 'broke the bias'. Brunch is provided and entertainment is by the incredible Johannah Grace - a true authentic artist who, with her guitar and stunning voice, will provide a compelling and unique take on contemporary and classics. Bookings required via QR code or by calling 9652 0800.

Disclosure: National Reconciliation Week Edition

Disclosure is a quarterly evening of discourse and ideas, a space of ambition and experimentation.

  • Dates:Jul 12
  • Time(s):6pm - 8.30pm
  • Venue:Fremantle Art Centre, Main Gallery

Details

  • Event Venue:Fremantle Arts Centre
  • Type:Aboriginal,Free
  • Ticket Price:Free entry
  • Other:Lectures & Talking

Description

From art theory to contemporary identity, Disclosure presenters will share knowledge and experience from their own unique vantage points, challenging us to see the world through a different lens, if only for an evening. Join us for an important panel discussion where First Nations women working in the arts reflect on the role the arts play in creating space for reconciliation in contemporary Australia. This critical and timely discussion will be facilitated by proud Nyoongar Woman and Chair of Reconciliation WA, Carol Innes OA. ## Speakers Clothilde Bullen Wardandi Nyoongar & Badimaya Peoples Gina Williams Balladong Nyoongar Peoples Chloe Ogilvie Nhanda Peoples Sharyn Egan Whadjuk Nyoongar Peoples

Introduction to the McClosky Technique

Vocal technique that helps you sing and speak with freedom and ease!

  • Dates:Jul 14, 2022
  • Time(s):10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Venue:Djinda Boodja

Details

  • Type:Workshops
  • Performing Arts:Other
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair acess
  • Hosted By:Patricia Alessi, CMVT
  • Ticket Price:$250
  • Other:Lectures & Talking

Description

Patricia is also Australia's only Certified McClosky Voice Technician (CMVT). CMVTs work on healthy efficiency of the voice, and this is more important now than ever post-pandemic with many experiencing zoom-fatigue, regular vocal loss and projection issues! In this one-day professional development, Australia's only Certified McClosky Voice Technician (CMVT) will introduce participants to the McClosky Technique. The goal of the McClosky Technique is functional efficiency: coordinating the different parts of the vocal mechanism so that, whether in song or in speech, each part of the body is doing its proper job, with little or no effort wasted. CMVTs teach a series of exercises to release counter-productive tensions, a stance that promotes efficient, easy breathing, and an easy onset of tone. This is the perfect introduction for those of you whom are looking to address healthy vocal use and using your voice to the best of its ability.

Pecha Kucha Karaoke!

The rules are simple. A screen, a microphone, 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide.

  • Dates:Jul 22
  • Time(s):6.30pm - 10pm
  • Venue:Fremantle Art Centre, Front Garden

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal
  • Ticket Price:Free entry
  • Other:Lectures & Talking

Description

That’s pecha kucha! As the closing party for Revealed and Nih! Yeyi Yorga Waangkiny, this edition of Pecha Kucha celebrates First Nations people, cultures and experiences. Pecha Kucha presentations will see a diverse group of speakers share the inspiring projects they’re working on in communities across WA. Stick around as we follow that up with some joyful karaoke hosted by House of Bok. They have curated a list of karaoke classics that reveal the diverse musical tastes of First Nations People, from Country love songs to hip-hop beats, and everywhere in between.

The Resilience Project

Join Hugh as he walks you through his journey and tells stories of the incredible people who have inspired him and The Resilience Project to spread happiness.

  • Dates:Sep 2-3
  • Venue:Riverside Theatre

Details

  • Other:Lectures & Talking

Description

Hugh van Cuylenburg, founder of The Resilience Project, has previously partnered with elite sports teams (including Australian cricket, netball, soccer, NRL and AFL teams), over a thousand schools and more than 500 workplaces, teaching simple and practical evidence-based mental health strategies to help build resilience and happiness. The messages behind The Resilience Project’s work have become even more powerful over the past twelve months due to the uncertainty created during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Public Talks shows see Hugh walking the audience through his journey, telling stories of the incredible people who have inspired him and The Resilience Project to spread happiness. The talks are for everyone - Adults, parents, professionals, and teenagers.

Wyalkatchem 2022 Arts Expo

Arts & Crafts Expo | 16 to 19 September 2022 | Wyalkatchem Town Hall

  • Dates:Sept 16 - 19
  • Time(s):9am - 5pm
  • Venue:Wyalkatchem Town Hall

Details

  • Other:Agricultural,Flowers & Gardens,Arts & Crafts,Lectures & Talking,Expos,Museum events
  • Type:Aboriginal,Community,Charity and Fundraising,Free,Workshops,Youth,Festivals,Sunday Session
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Painting,Photography,Sculpture,Other Visual Arts,Craft,Drawing,Youth
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair access, Artists in house, morning & afternoon teas available. eftpos available
  • Hosted By:Wyalkatchem Sunday Arts Group
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

Arts & Crafts Expo Calling all artists Expo open to ALL West Australian Artists to exhibit FREE: Perth Based Artists: Artworks can again be dropped off at Jacksons Drawing Supplies Balcatta store on Fri 9th Sept and will be returned to the store at the end of the Expo. Kalgoorlie – Goldfields Based Artists: Artworks can be dropped off at Artgold Inc - 28 Burt Street, Boulder on or before Fri 9th September and will be returned to Artgold at the end of the Ex Artists entry forms including conditions are available at www.wyalkatchemcrc.com at the Wyalkatchem CRC or Call 08 9681 1500 Lot 5700, Railway Terrace, Wyalkatchem Sat to Mon 17-19 Expo open 9:30am –5pm Members of the WSAG will be in attendance and completing artworks - Other visiting artists are free to join them with free use of acrylic paints and brushes *canvases available at cost price Morning and afternoon tea will be available for a small fee. Other events on weekend include: Indigenous Art Workshop Lost Wax Sculpture Workshop Bus trips to Wild Flower Reserves Indigenous guide in flower and bush tucker recognition.