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Explore Curtin Weekly Event Program

Explore Curtin hosts free activities, workshops and performances on campus for community, staff and students! To get an email on Monday morning to let you know what we are doing on campus for the week, sign up here.

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Exam Week 2 – June 18 to 24

All June

Speculative Nature / Spatial Nature art exhibition – Quarter Gallery

If you have not yet had the opportunity, head to the Creative Quarter to check out the Quarter Gallery’s June exhibition Speculative Nature / Spatial Nature, which runs until Monday 25 June. Enjoy a collaborative exhibition by current Curtin PhD students Alira Callaghan and Rob Kettels. Speculative Nature / Spatial Nature references both artist’s creative practices. In responding to, and sharing the gallery space, the project generates an interesting juxtaposition between works independently developed by each artist that now have the challenge of coexisting.

Self-Guided Art and Gardens Tour

Plug in your headphones and take a tour of the gardens, artworks and murals on our Bentley campus! The University is open to the public every day of the week and there is so much for you to explore, discover, and experience! So come along, download a free QR scanner app from the app store and get walking to discover Curtin’s most iconic campus attractions. Get started by going up to your favourite mural, scan the QR code with your phone, and then listen to the fascinating facts and stories behind it! You can use the Explore Curtin map to help you plan your self-guided tour! Each audio description is also available on SoundCloud.

July School Holidays

Explore Curtin School Holiday Program

The school holidays are coming and now is the time to start planning a great day out for the kids at Curtin! Places are booking fast for Explore Curtin’s free school holiday workshops on Eventbrite, so make sure you get in early to reserve your place. The program runs over four days and is suitable for children aged 6 to 12. Parents must be present for the duration of the workshop.
Makerspace: Junk Wars – Thursday 5 July, 10am to 11.30am – get creative using recycled arts and craft with the awesome team from the library’s Makerspace.
Skateboarding – Monday 9 July, 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm – the talented people from Skateboarding WA will be on hand to teach tips and tricks to kids of all skill levels.
Treasure Hunt – Tuesday 11 July, 10am to 11.30am – join us for a hunt through Curtin to find and create treasures to take home.
NAIDOC Week Nyungar Culture Activity – Friday 13 July, 10am to 12pm – Urban Indigenous present a free, fun program especially for NAIDOC week featuring culture, tools, language, mark making on a collective art piece, ochre face painting, and a taste of a bush tucker.
You can find out more information and book your spot for the School Holiday Programs through Eventbrite.

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  1. Leah says:

    HI, I love your hammock park! can you please tell me where I can buy these hammocks?

    • Talei Howell-Price says:

      For a Hammock Hotel please contact Rubis

  2. Darilyn says:

    Can you give me some information about the guild market days please?

    • 277411d says:

      Hi There
      The Guild market Days are managed by the Student Guild. Please message them through their Facebook page for more information. Thanks, Jane

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