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14 Aug 2018
Specialist exhibition design company Cetacea has been appointed to develop the exciting display of Western Australia's favourite museum object; the famous blue whale skeleton.
30 Jul 2018
A free festival of lively and entertaining speakers is set to take place at the State Library of Western Australia this weekend, focusing on the topic of technology and its impact on humanity.
23 Jul 2018
Big hART, an innovative arts and social change company has secured $38,300 in State Government funding to deliver a series of highly engaging virtual reality workshops for young people in Roebourne.
11 Jul 2018
The eye-catching and extravagant costumes and accessories of one of the world's most popular performing artists, Kylie Minogue, will go on show at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle in February 2019.
11 Jul 2018
The stories of Western Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are being celebrated during NAIDOC Week this year, drawing upon the national 2018 theme 'Because of Her We Can!'.
06 Jul 2018
Western Australia's spectacular Great Southern region will be the backdrop for a new major Australian feature film set to be shot later this year.
29 Jun 2018
The lives of Western Australians will be enriched by having greater access to art and cultural experiences thanks to a WA Cultural Infrastructure Strategy.
29 Jun 2018
Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman today announced the joint winners of the annual Margaret Medcalf Award, which rewards excellence in research and referencing using the State Archives Collection.
22 Jun 2018
A visually stunning children's puppet show about friendship and overcoming isolation is embarking on a tour of regional Western Australia.
15 Jun 2018
The State Library of Western Australia's fifth annual Disrupted Festival of Ideas will be held on the weekend of July 28-29, 2018, in the Perth Cultural Centre.