Where the Ink Falls: Curtin Writers Respond
12.30pm - 1.30pm Wednesday 10 August 2022 Drawing on an ancient Chinese tradition of Flung Ink, practised [...]
The Personal and the Political
12.30pm - 1.30pm Wednesday 3 August 2022 LISTEN Quoted source: Nikki Sullivan, Craig Middleton, Liz Grandmaison, [...]
LINDY LEE IN CONVERSATION
11.00am - 12.00pm Saturday 4 June 2022 LISTEN Artist Lindy Lee in conversation with John [...]
12.30pm - 1.30pm Wednesday 13 April 2022 Challenging entrenched narrative structures and ways of engaging with documentary [...]
FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM AND CONTINUING DISADVANTAGE
12.30pm - 1.30pm Wednesday 27 April 2022 Isaac Julien has presented us with an historical and emotionally [...]
A Thousand Words: Curtin Writers’ Response to Isaac Julien
12.30pm - 1.30pm Wednesday 30 March 2022 Curtin University staff respond with personal and creative pieces to [...]
Deepening Our Cultural Dialogue 3 March
6.00pm - 8.30pm Thursday 3 March 2022 Deepening our Cultural Dialogue is the first of the Cultural [...]
John Stringer Prize Artist Talk 24 November
12.30pm - 1.30pm Wednesday 24 November 2021 Join 2021 John Stringer Prize finalists Merrick Belyea, Clare [...]
Indian Ocean Craft Triennial: Curiosity and Rituals of the Everyday
The John Curtin Gallery is delighted to co-present the central international exhibition with Fremantle Arts Centre for this new festival of contemporary craft, IOTA21: Curiosity and Rituals of the Everyday.
The artists in the inaugural Indian Ocean Craft Triennial: Curiosity & Rituals of the Everyday are guided by principles of craft as a social practice capable of enhancing community innovation, collaboration and economic improvement.
Blending traditional practice with contemporary materials and expressions they explore themes such as ceremony, colonisation, gender politics, ritual, and culture. Works include ceramics, fibre and textiles, weaving and painting from India, Kenya, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa and Western Australia.