Night Journey


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Saturday 16 December | 5.30pm – 9.30pm


Free | Registration required

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Join us for an exclusive after-dark adventure into the heart of Aboriginal storytelling with our newest exhibition, Three Journeys

Led by Aboriginal voices, this exhibition celebrates storytelling through film, TV, music, and art.

Immerse yourself and a group of friends or colleagues in the captivating world of this breathtaking exhibition featuring three unique spaces for exploration.


  • Explore three unique exhibition spaces
  • Enjoy a pop-up bar with specialty cocktails and nibbles
  • Live performances on Warnarral Ngoorrngoorrool by Tura New Music and special guests
  • Listen to guest speakers in conversation about the exhibition

Grab your friends and dive into a night of art, music, and magic.

Ages 18+ only. Food and drinks are available for purchase.
Entertainment will be announced soon.

Night Journey Schedule 

A close-up headshot of an individual with dark brunette hair wearing a cream coloured woolen jumper. They stare warmly into the camera with their hands clasped under their chin

Q&A with Tasma Walton at 6.30pm

Join Tasma Walton, one of the stars in the Cleverman series playing Araluen, in a conversation on what it was like to work on the production and its legacy in Australian film and TV. Walton is a renowned Australian Actor and Producer whose credits also include Mystery Road (2018-2020), Sweet As (2022), How to Please a Woman (2022), and many other significant projects.

This conversation will be Facilitated by Tom Vincent, Program Associate - Film at Perth Festival.



Vintage car illuminated by red lighting and intricate patterns, with two musicians playing beats on it

Performances at 7pm, 7:30pm & 8pm

Live performances will take place throughout the evening from 7pm for 10min each. Find out more about Warnarral Ngoorrngoorrool, an installation featuring animated and vibrant performances of culture, dance, song, projections, and otherworldly sounds coming together to transform an old car wreck into a travelling canvas of story and culture.


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