Walking with tricksters
Sunday 5 March | 2pm – 3pm
Included in General or Exhibition Admission | Bookings essential
The “trickster” character archetype appears in countless fables spanning thousands of years and has become a central tenant of human storytelling.
Join an expert panel as they discuss their interpretation of the Cheshire Cat as the trickster in Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland and the necessity of mischief while tracing examples of the archetype through international folklore, classic literature, into the modern world of film, the internet and politics.
Panellists announced soon.
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City of Perth free parking
For weekends -
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.
Fall down the rabbit hole on a journey like no other in this immersive exhibition that celebrates the timeless stories of Lewis Carroll. The more curious you are, the more you’ll discover.