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Park’d Performances @ Curtin

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.  To get an email on Monday morning to let you know what Park’d is doing on campus for the week sign up here.

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 All Week

Places of Curtin Exhibition – See the amazing talent of Curtin’s School of Design and Art photography students. Their work is being displayed for the Places of Curtin outdoor photography exhibition. The exhibition is a series of photographs all taken on the Curtin University Bentley campus. The work will be installed on the north facing outside wall of Building 207 from Monday 9 May until Friday 3 June.

We are also celebrating Reconciliation Week with an event or activity everyday this week, go to the website for details!

Wednesday 1

RECONCILIATION WEEK – Park yourself out the front of the Vege Patch Café on Wednesday, 11am-2pm. We have so much going on! Food tastings, Aboriginal art workshops and Phil Walley-Stack will be playing his music. Come down and join in!

ZUMBA – We are running free Zumba classes every Wednesday in May and June. Classes will run from 12.30pm to 1.30pm in Building 404, room 201.  Curtin Stadium instructors will run the free classes to help you unwind. Bring your water bottle.

Thursday 2

BIKE DR – The Bike DR will be on campus to do free bike checks and simple fixes. Bring your bike to the Building 216 forecourt between 11.00am and 1.00pm.

Friday 3

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY – Celebrate World Environment Day from 11.00am to 2.00pm in The Hexagon. There will be African drumming from 12.30pm to 1.00pm and you can come and support the Go Wild For Life Campaign to help stop the illegal wildlife trade & the protection of animals with a small donation. It’s your way of doing something positive for the environment!



All week – Study week free massages in the Hexagon!

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.

Park’d Food Trucks @ Curtin

There’s also a range of pop-up food trucks on campus this semester. Find the locations of your favourites by viewing this week’s Park’d Food Trucks schedule.
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  1. Carti says:

    I was there and i can say that was impressed with so many “students” having so much talent in music 😀

    Carti Ear

  2. Leanne Haggart says:

    Hi Is it possible to speak to someone about the performers costs and contact details please? The Professionals @ Curtin group will be having an end of financial year function and we were thinking of seeing whether one of the performers used by Park’d Performers might be available to provide some light entertainment. Thanks!

    • Curtin University says:

      Hi Leanne, the team from Big Sky Entertainment coordinate the performers who visit campus. Please contact Michelle Fornasier on 0437 380 038 or

  3. Sandy Sun says:

    Hi, this is from KOME Japanese, we would like to join the Park’d at Curtin next year. Can you please email me more information?


    • Emily Lloyd says:

      Hi Sandy, we currently have a full contingent of food trucks, however if you are interested in being part of the program please register your details via our enquiry form. – Emily

  4. Daniella says:

    Hey Guys,
    Under Park’d Performances at Curtin:

    3, 10, 17 & 24 March – Check out the Food Markets in Henderson Court every Friday in March.

    Those dates are Thursdays.
    Every Thursdays or Fridays of March?


    • Talei Howell-Price says:

      Sorry for the confusion! The markets are on every Thursday in March . Thank you for bringing it to our attention!

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