This exhibition honours the life and legacy of lawman, philosopher, artist, activist, storyteller, bush professor, and statesman, David Mowaljarlai. A Berndt Museum exhibition, curated by Eve Chaloupka.
Exhibition runs: 23 April - 17 September 2016
Presenting nine artists from Muslim backgrounds whose work is tied together by their common experiences.
Art and literature are spaces where both the Muslim minority and the majority community engage in exclusion and inclusion, both individually and as communities. In this talk, Prof. Samina Yasmeen, Director of the Centre for Muslim States and Societies discusses how this tendency spans divides.
The WA Medical Students Society elective photographic exhibition captures the art of medicine and gives insight into medicine in different parts of the developing and developed world. Listen to the stories behind the winning entries.
The Gallery presents an innovative program of exhibitions, featuring the University's art collection, contemporary art and touring shows.
All exhibitions are supported by an engaging public program that includes artist talks, seminars, tours, symposia and conferences.