Park’d@Curtin hosts activities, workshops and performances to ensure our campus is an inclusive, engaging and enjoyable destination, where students and staff are at home and the wider community feels welcome.
Thur 11 Feb – Sun 1 May
FACE TO FACE at the John Curtin Gallery
A Perth International Arts Festival event supported by Visual Arts Program Partner Wesfarmers Arts
The John Curtin Gallery exhibition Face to Face, a highlight of the 2016 Perth International Arts Festival, brings together work by three distinguished artists: Shaun Gladwell, Carsten Höller and Jon Tarry. To celebrate Australian contemporary artist Shaun Gladwell, best known for his films that draw on the extreme movements associated with skateboarding and BMX riding, John Curtin Gallery and Park’d are hosting professional demonstrations from 11.00am to 1.00pm in the outdoor space next to Aroma Café.
Wednesday 24 February
BBoy crew Zou Rock will demonstrate BREAKING – the dance style that has shaped street dancing around the world.
Thursday 25 February
Skate Sculpture will install funky and colourful temporary skate elements for professional skaters to demo their SKATING skills.
Friday 26 February
Samuel (aka Samwise) will host a creative space for vocal looping, rapping and BEATBOXING. This is your chance to bust it out!
All through O-Week look out for our crazy stilt walkers and wander down to The Pines (Upper Henderson) to check out Paintstorm by innovative performer Phil Doncon as he paints a huge 10 metre wide artwork while dancing!
29 February – 11 March – Visit Alcoa Court to watch as the First Year Architecture Students create amazing designs from a pile of beach sand.
1 March – Acoustic Duo Two’s A Crowd will play at Atkinson Forum.
3 March – Ride to campus to get your bike tuned by our Bike Doctor (216 Forecourt).
3, 10, 17 & 24 March – Check out the Food Markets in Henderson Court every Friday in March.
8 March – Look out for Guerrilla Granny as she drives around campus to help you celebrate International Women’s Day.
9 March – Try out your sporting skills on these not so skillful sports, like pants hanging and egg and spoon racing in Henderson Court.
9 March – To kick off our Free Lunchtime Concert Series get along to the Tim Winton Theatrette at 12.30pm for the Trio Magellan Piano Trio.
Would you like to be a Park’d performer?
Are you a student or staff member on campus? Do you sing and play acoustic guitar, dance, act, juggle, walk on stilts, do stand-up comedy? Would you like to share your talent to make Curtin a greater place? If you said yes, please register your interest by completing our expression of interest form.