Exhibition, talks and workshops: Signals, Cyphers and Stories; An Embroidered History of Wireless Hill. Curated in partnership with the Innovative Stitches group from the Embroiderers' Guild of WA.
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Wedding dresses 1840-2019
This is a unique opportunity to view the garments old and new, borrowed, but not blue, and be enthralled by history at its most delightful .
MUSIC AND CULTURAL INCLUSION: Am I an Australian Composer?
The UWA Conservatorium of Music Callaway Seminar Series presents The Gallop House Prelude Composer-in-Residence inaugural address.
Speaker: 2021 Gallop House Composer in Residence Dr Yitzhak Yedid
Explore and celebrate native edible plants in this hands-on afternoon in Fremantle. Bindi Bindi Dreaming and the White Gum Valley Orchard bring you this afternoon of sharing Australia's unique food and biodiversity.
Join artists Sharyn Egan, Joyce Tasma and Lynne Marshall for a Sunday weave in a fun afternoon of weaving techniques and conversations.
The Alternative Archive is the culmination of a 3-year project and presents a contemporary visual archive of regional Western Australian arts practice, documenting a dynamic anthology of how regional artists relate to the people, homes, towns or regions that they know so well.
What do you remember about Cottesloe Beach? Since the early 1900s it has been a place of escape for generations of West Australians and a stage for events that reflect the spirit of the times. Many people have strong memories of their time here. Come and see how things have changed.
Discover how the fragile medium of glass was used in commercial and ornamental gardening in the pre-plastic era. View some garden artefacts from a private Perth collection.
The Grove Library will be hosting an exhibition of the life and times of community doctor, William Blackall. Thanks to the skills of the Western Australian Herbarium and the dedication of the Blackall family these unique illustrations and paintings can be viewed publicly for the first time.
There is something in the air in Fremantle.
There's a long history of Dance in Fremantle. EPIC Dance Workshop is an invitation to experience various forms for FREE.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit the Army Museum of Western Australia after dark? Join us for two very special evenings on 16 and 17 April when we open our doors for the very first time at our Night at the Museum events.
Let ‘Elsie Curtin’ take you on a journey through her home and her life as the wife of wartime Prime Minister John Curtin on this self-guided audio tour.
Come along and learn about the history of Riverton. Find out about the Sikh cremation site in Adenia Park, the history of the Riverton Bridge, and retrace the route of the Riverton Bus. If you have stories of photos to share, we'd love you to share them!
Join Fremantle Prison’s curatorial team for an exclusive behind the scenes look at the Fremantle Prison’s Museum Collection.
Enjoy the rich folklore and stories of our port city's convict history as one of Fremantle Prison's experienced Tour Guides takes you for a walk in the shoes of the convicts.
Join us for a 45 minute talk at Fremantle Prison to hear about initial discoveries during conservation works in the Main Cell Block.
Join us at the Old Observatory for a guided tour as part of the Australian Heritage Festival and Heritage Perth Weekend.
'“The women should have a voice”' exhibition explores the social justice legacy of Western Australian parliamentarian and social justice advocate, Edith Cowan.