It's time to build awareness of the crucial role animals play in our ecosystem, in the spectacular Illuminate: Wild About Babies night projection at WA Museum Boola Bardip.
Inspired by the Wild About Babies sculpture trail, and the messages of education around endangered species it encourages, this visually rich, multisensory and large-scale piece by VJzoo will mesmerise young and old as you witness vulnerable species in their natural habit.
- Explore a waterfall and muddy waterhole in the Congo, central Africa, featuring Hippos, Western Lowland Gorillas and Chimpanzees.
- Visualise a Savannah sunset, as a herd of African Elephants walks across a plain, silhouetted against a colourful sunset.
- Witness an abandoned ancient temple in India, reclaimed by the jungle. Indian Elephants, Royal Bengal Tigers and Leopards move between the overgrown ruins.
- Head to the mountainside, where a Marsican Brown Bear family forages and plays on a rocky slope in the Appenines, near Rome.
Watch as these beautiful creatures slowly disappear from sight, with messages of their vulnerability appearing on screen — and find out what you can do to make a difference.
Images courtesy VJzoo.
City of Perth free parking
For weeknight evening events that start at 6pm or after 6pm
City of Perth parking is free after 6pm, the State Library parking at 15 Francis Street, Northbridge is the closest to the WA Museum Boola Bardip.
City of Perth parking is free for three hours on the weekend, the State Library parking at 15 Francis Street, Northbridge is the closest to the WA Museum Boola Bardip.
Designed by artists Gillie and Marc, Wild About Babies celebrates the incredible diversity of the animal kingdom, and builds awareness of vulnerable species.