Perth Science Festival | Workshop, Tour & Open Studio

Saturday 12 August, 11am - 2pm

Highlights:

Workshop | Weaving Stories Together

Help art meet science during National Science Week and Perth Science Festival with Nyoongar painter, sculptor and weaver Sharyn Egan. Drop in and contribute to a large community weaving using straw, raffia and parts of the Balga (Grass) tree.

Saturday 12 August, 11am – 2pm

Tour | Science in Art
A scientist and an artist join forces to bring you a tour of current exhibition When the Sky Fell: Legacies of the 1967 Referendum. Join Dylan Korczynskyj, Associate Professor at Notre Dame University and specialist in zoology and plant ecology, and Ned Reilly, gallery attendant; educational tour guide; install technician and artist, as they discuss different perspectives of some of the artworks in this important exhibition.

Saturday 12 August, 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Open Studio | PRVCY
In this session, audiences can experience behind the scenes look at the new performance work in development, PRVCY.
Combining movement, manipulated text, live music, hacked webcams and footage streamed live from a drone, PRVCY is a glimpse into the evolution of the information age, tracing the impact of technology and surveillance upon this universal human right.

Saturday 12 August, 3pm – 4pm

  • Workshop
    Sharyn Egan

    Tour
    Dylan Korczynskyj
    Ned Reilly

  • Location

    PICA Galleries

  • Cost

    FREE

  • Age

    Suitable for all ages