PICA sits on the unceded cultural and spiritual homelands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar People, who have cared for this Country for thousands of years. PICA acknowledges Whadjuk Nyoongar Peoples as the custodians of this place. We offer our respect and admiration of Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge helps us understand this place in profound and meaningful ways, and whose stewardship continues to keep this place safe for us all.
PICA sits on the unceded cultural and spiritual homelands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar People, who have cared for this Country for thousands of years. PICA acknowledges Whadjuk Nyoongar Peoples as the custodians of this place. We offer our respect and admiration of Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge helps us understand this place in profound and meaningful ways, and whose stewardship continues to keep this place safe for us all.
PICA sits on the unceded cultural and spiritual homelands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar People, who have cared for this Country for thousands of years. PICA acknowledges Whadjuk Nyoongar Peoples as the custodians of this place. We offer our respect and admiration of Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge helps us understand this place in profound and meaningful ways, and whose stewardship continues to keep this place safe for us all.
PICA sits on the unceded cultural and spiritual homelands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar People, who have cared for this Country for thousands of years. PICA acknowledges Whadjuk Nyoongar Peoples as the custodians of this place. We offer our respect and admiration of Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge helps us understand this place in profound and meaningful ways, and whose stewardship continues to keep this place safe for us all.
PICA sits on the unceded cultural and spiritual homelands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar People, who have cared for this Country for thousands of years. PICA acknowledges Whadjuk Nyoongar Peoples as the custodians of this place. We offer our respect and admiration of Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge helps us understand this place in profound and meaningful ways, and whose stewardship continues to keep this place safe for us all.

Western Australia’s independent home
of contemporary arts

Now Showing

Experience Las Hormigas/The Ants by Latinx artist Pilar Mata Dupont alongside A Puzzlement by Boorloo (Perth) based artist Nathan Beard.


Galleries open Tue–Sun | 10am–5pm
Free entry


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PICA runs a year-round program of exhibitions, contemporary dance, theatre, music and performance art. We’re home to one of the largest exhibition spaces in Australia and are known for the leading role we play in presenting boundary-pushing new work.

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Perth Cultural Centre 51 James St Perth
Gallery Open: Tue – Sun | 10am – 5pm
Perth Cultural Centre 51 James St Perth
Gallery Open: Tue – Sun | 10am – 5pm
Perth Cultural Centre 51 James St Perth
Gallery Open: Tue – Sun | 10am – 5pm
Perth Cultural Centre 51 James St Perth
Gallery Open: Tue – Sun | 10am – 5pm
Perth Cultural Centre 51 James St Perth
Gallery Open: Tue – Sun | 10am – 5pm

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