The original showing of ‘Bush Women’ took place nearly 25 years ago and includes spectacular images from senior Aboriginal artists, all from local areas of Western Australia, including Paji Honeychild Yankkarr, Daisy Andrews, Queenie McKenzie (Gara-Gara), Tjapartji Kanytjuri Bates, Tjingapa Davies and Pantjiti Mary McLean.
There will be a multitude of free events for families with young children, as well as a fantastic array of live entertainers, really making the day a fun family day out. With comedy from Famous Sharron, a Chemistry Extravaganza, soft tissue massages, food trucks, petting zoos and cuddles with the resident therapy dogs, there really is something for everyone.
The Generator itself is the University’s major entrepreneurial hub which offers up to $10000 seed funding, three-months mentor-ship and a spot in their co-working space. The accelerator has mentored over 100 startups and has helped over 20 companies reach success in the two years since it’s creation in 2016.
Applications are now open for the annual Glorias Fellowships offered from the Gloria Payten Foundation and the Gloria Dawn Foundations in accordance with the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). The Fellowships provide invaluable experience for Australians with a history of professional acting and directing in theatre, film and television industries, allowing them to travel and study their crafts overseas.