Event Title: Interwoven: Aboriginal, Melanesian And Asian artwork.
Venue: Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery,
University of Western Australia, cnr Fairway and Stirling Hwy, Crawley.
Description: Interwoven brings to life a series of items created by
generations of culturally distinctive makers from Aboriginal Australia,
Papua New Guinea and Asian settings. Each item is selected from the
extensive Berndt Museum collection, with many being exhibited to the public
for the first time.
The rich mix of textured, colourful and tactile items on display will
include a woven Tjanpi bicycle, baskets made from feathers and seeds,
songket textiles from Indonesia and Malaysia, colourful fibre dilly bags, a
woven ceiling-hung fish trap, and a Tibetan Buddhist thangka painting on
Entry is free
Dates: 18 February 2016 to 9 April 2016.
Opening Times: Tues-Sat, 11am-5pm.
For more information, contact: 08 6488 3707.