Deep Winter is a season full of dark nights when shining stars contrast with the black and blue sky. It is a time of deep sleep, hibernation, shadows, spirits, dreaming, nocturnal animals, glow, cold, fire, short days, stories, folklore, rain, storms and regrowth.
counterpART is an exhibition coordinated by As We Are of leading Western Australian artists with intellectual disability – Katrina Barber, Greg Barr, David Guhl, Rebecca Johnston and Jane Ryan – at Goolugatup Heathcote. The artists involved represent diverse practices including painting, sculpture, and textile and ceramics. This exhibition is an important opportunity to showcase the excellence of the artists as well as their distinctive perspectives and experience.
As We Are invites our artists to participate in our upcoming 6-week Online Art Workshops series. Each workshop will be 1.5 hours long, held weekly, and facilitated by talented local WA artists Kate Leslie and Natalie Scholtz.
As We Are is very pleased to officially open entries for the 2019 As We Are Art Award. A big, big thanks to As We Are community and major supporters Lotterywest, Nulsen Group, My Place and the City of Perth for getting behind this important WA arts initiative and supporting WA artists who have an intellectual disability.
As We Are would like you to join us for an enjoyable night of rollicking folk music from The Broken Pokers. Playing a mixture of Irish & Scottish songs, ballads and traditional tune sets, as well as fun takes on pop and folk tunes from around Australia and the world, sit and enjoy the lively set or get ready to give your dancing shoes a good workout! Read more…
YMCA HQ is proud to present Josh Harper’s first solo exhibition. Line, shape and form merge across vibrant layers as Josh explores his passion for all things automotive. Featuring sculptural works by WA Artist, and Josh’s art tutor; Adam Hisham Ismail.
As We Are invites you to attend our 6th annual Disability and the Arts Forum:
Artist Product Lines: Expanding Your Art Practice, Income and Audience
While exhibiting your artwork in exhibitions and galleries is an integral component of being a successful artist, developing and selling an art product line is another significant way to expand your creative practice as well as your income and audience.