Lines of Sight: imagining local landscapes differently through multimedia storytelling

Saturday 6 March 2021 | 1.30pm - 3pm

$40pp ($20 concession)

Galup is an immersive work about the history of Lake Monger in Perth created by Noongar theatre-maker Ian Wilkes and artist Poppy van Oorde-Grainger. It includes an oral history from Elder Doolann Leisha Eatts about a massacre at the lake and was originally commissioned by International Art Space as part of the Know Thy Neighbour #2 program.

That Was My Home explores the hidden histories of the Noongar camps around Fremantle, Swanbourne and Shenton Park in the suburbs of Perth along the Swan River.

Always Wadjemup is a multimedia digital exhibition by Indigenous curators Samara King and Vanessa Smart and a reflection of their experiences working on Wadjemup (Rottnest Island).

We convene a conversation around how local creatives are using the arts in innovative ways to reveal and bring back to life hidden and erased landscapes in Perth.

Location: Hackett Hall

In Visible Ink is a Museum of Freedom and Tolerance endeavour that makes visible the invisible. Through sharing and amplifying stories, histories, art, conversations and projects that inspire people to see differently, it aims to make changes towards a more just world.

The WA Museum Boola Bardip is hosting In Visible Ink in March 2021.

If you register for a tour, program or an event, general entry is included in your booking.