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The Irresistibly Good Interview

Friday 2nd June

The Irresistibly Good Interview

The Irresistible is a piece performance that reveals a dark yet comical reflection of the world, […]

Getting Hatched

Friday 5th May

Getting Hatched

PICA’s annual National Graduate Show, Hatched, sees 35 new graduates presenting their work this weekend. The […]

Show & Tell

Friday 28th April

Show & Tell

Choreographer Jonathon Burrows and composer Matteo Fargeon are a duo who have been working together for […]

FringeWorld – Pica Reckless Acts

Tuesday 17th January

FringeWorld – Pica Reckless Acts

Reckless Acts is PICA’s contribution to the already massive Fringe Festival program. Slightly more experimental than […]

A Room of One’s Own: Clare Watson & Amy Barrett-Lennard

2nd November 2016

A Room of One’s Own: Clare Watson & Amy Barrett-Lennard

A Room of One’s Own is a new series on RTRFM, exploring questions of career, culture, […]

Good Looking Men: Andrew Christie & Todd Pickett

12th August 2016

Good Looking Men: Andrew Christie & Todd Pickett

Andrew Christie is A Good Looking Man. The artist and carpenter is presenting Make Sure They […]

Explore Radical Ecologies

29th July 2016

Explore Radical Ecologies

The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts latest exhibition explores the relationship between people and our bodies, the natural world and […]

The buzz around Radical Ecologies

22nd July 2016

The buzz around Radical Ecologies

Like a lot of arts organisations across Australia, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts has faced many […]

Movie Marathon: A Night of Claymation

6th April 2016

Movie Marathon: A Night of Claymation

The Secret Garden exhibition collaborated by Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg’s is an immersive landscape fit […]

This Is Not a Drill

26th February 2016

This Is Not a Drill

How do you feel about a non-stop hour of jumping, sprinting, turning, pivoting, falling and accelerating? […]

Ghost Focus

8th December 2015

Ghost Focus

What if I told you that you can actually capture images the human eye can’t see, […]

After Julia

17th April 2015

After Julia

Julia Gillard’s term in office opened up new discussions around gender politics in Australia and around […]

An Internal Difficulty

10th April 2015

An Internal Difficulty

Seven of WA’s most innovative artists have reconsidered Sigmund Freud, one of the most influential figures […]

Life’s a Beach

12th December 2013

Life’s a Beach

Lot’s of goings on in the city’s cultural centre over the next few days. A beach […]

The Art of the Game

22nd November 2013

The Art of the Game

Football in theatre; stripped back, extracted, frozen, repeated and abstracted. A few words to describe a […]