Issue 7 of tête-à-tête has been released. It features reviews of the Sydney Biennale and Melbourne's Next Wave Festival, investigations into the work of Perth artist Rodney Glick, and a review of the Sabine exhibition at Turner Galleries. You can download it here.
If you haven't already been in to see Signs of Change at FORM Gallery, now is your chance, as the exhibition has been extended to the 1st July.
Signs of Change is an international exhibition featuring 18 projects by over 20 jewellers from Australia, Japan, Germany, Sweden, England and New Zealand. A collaboration between FORM and eminent curator Kevin Murray, the exhibition has been in development for almost two years.
Signs of Change charts the different levels from which jewellery - and design more broadly - can instigate change and promote positive benefits for the wearer and community at large. As such it taps into trends and dialogue around design and sustainability, social enterprise, environment and health.
Image: Vicki Mason – Wattle, Rose and Oregano brooches. Photo by Bill Shaylor
The final PERTHour is on tomorrow night at Tranby Hall on William Street.
In this edition - FINALHour - Alannah MacTiernan and Lisa Scaffidi will be discussing their personal/professional views on Perth's future and Jim Krynen talking about cycling as sustainable transport.
DATE: Tomorrow Wed 9th June
TIME: 1715-1800 drinks and snacks, 1800-1915 presentations
WHERE: Tranby Hall, 97 William St, enter next to Wittner Shoes, head upstairs
MORE: http://perthour.futureperth.org/ (FP main website down for repair)
All are welcome (even if you are yet to register). After discussion you are more than welcome to join us for a drink over the horseshoe at 'The William St Bird' after.
Visit http://perthour.futureperth.org/ for full details.