Exhibition Opening - Emily
31 October 2002

Emily

6.00-8.00pm


Exhibition Opening - Jarinyanu David Downs
12 February 2004


Exhibition Opening - Annual Collectors Exhibition
20 September 2002

Annual Collectors Exhibition

6.00-8.00pm


Exhibition Floortalk - Annual Collectors Exhibition
22 September 2002

Floortalk by Lauraine Diggins

2.00pm


Gallery Closed - Christmas Break
23 December 2002  - 09 January 2003

Gallery closes for the Christmas period.


Exhibition Opening - Random Science: Pattern, Order and Chaos
Domenico de Clario
16 April 2004

6.00 - 8.00pm


Plants, Printmaking, Palaeontology and Exploration
03 May 2003

Four Views - Floortalk and Discussion

Please join us for this free event. Featuring Dr John Long and Dr Ken McNamara, from the Western Australian Museum, as well as other speakers to be confirmed.


Gallery Closed for refurbishment
21 October 2002  - 30 October 2002

Gallery temporarily closed for refurbishment.


ARTO3
16 May 2003  - 18 May 2003

Fremantle Passenger Terminal

http://www.awaag.org.au

ARTRAGEOUS Opening Party

Thursday 15 May 7-9pm

Tickets $35 see website for details


Sunset Performance by Domenico de Clario
18 April 2004

Sunday, 6.00pm

with special guest Noel Sheridan.

 

Free Event, Refreshments available


four Exhibition Opening
06 June 2003

6.00-8.00pm

To be opened by Catherine Ferrari, CEO of the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra.

RSVP Attendance. Numbers are Limited.


Free Floortalk
08 June 2003

four Exhibition Floortalk

by

Gina Lee, Manager

Niagara Galleries

Gina will offer insights to the works of Angela Brennan, Yvonne Kendall, Wilma Tabacco and Savanhdary Vongpoothorn.

Please join us for this informal event at 3.00pm, followed by light refreshments. Please RSVP attendance, 9218 4540.


DAY OF IDEAS
01 August 2003  - 02 August 2003

Moving Forward in a Time of Fear

in association with

MANNING CLARK HOUSE at the holmes à court Gallery

 Fear is very strong at this time, for a whole range of reasons: 9/11, the Iraq war, Bali, fear about economic futures, stability in the region, SARS, HIV/AIDS and fear of environmental disasters.

As people, we constantly have choices in the moment, and there is often a choice between acting out fear and choosing to take a risk and engage positively in the moment, despite our fears.

This is the first partnership between Manning Clark House and the holmes à court Gallery. Please join us in our inaugural Day of Ideas, which we hope will become an annual event.

PROGRAMME

FRIDAY 1 AUGUST

WELCOME DINNER

7.00pm

Lamonts Restaurant, East Perth

Keynote Address by

His Excellency Lieutenant General John Sanderson, AC, Governor of Western Australia

A four course degustation menu partnered with Vasse Felix premium wines.

 

SATURDAY 2 AUGUST

DAY OF IDEAS

9.00am - 6.00pm

holmes à court Gallery, East Perth

Speakers include:

  • His Excellency Lieutenant General John Sanderson, AC, Governor of Western Australia
  • Andrew Clark
  • Penny Ramsay
  • Fred Chaney
  • Dr Penny Flett
  • Prof Bob Donovan
  • Hon Kim Beazley MP
  • Prof Margaret Seares
  • Terri-Ann White
  • Anna Clark
  • Alan Dodge
  • Hon Julie Bishop MP
  • Helen Creed
  • Prof Greg Craven
  • Dr Andrea Gaynor
  • Iain Grandage
  • Prof Alan Robson

 

Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea will be served.

Please contact the Gallery for Full Programme

FULL REGISTRATION: $200.00

Includes Welcome Dinner Friday 1st August

Day of Ideas Saturday 2nd August

DAY REGISTRATION: $60.00

Day of Ideas on Saturday 2nd August

Full-time Students $30.00


Exhibition Opening - Humanity
11 June 2004

Friday

6.00 - 8.00pm


DAY OF IDEAS

Welcome Dinner
02 July 2004

Manning Clark House
at the Holmes à Court Gallery

Three Big Ideas for Australia

Friday 2 July
WELCOME DINNER
Keynote address by Archbishop Peter Carnley Anglican Primate of Australia.

Performance by Iain Grandage.

 

A three course menu partnered with Vasse Felix premium wines.

Tickets $100


Exhibition Opening - silk
20 August 2004

To be opened by Simon Henderson,

Master Jeweller

Friday 6.00 - 8.00pm

 

rsvp essential by 18th August

Numbers are limited

(08)9218 4540


Exhibition Opening
Mina Mina and Pirlinyanu
22 October 2004

6.00pm - 8.00pm

RSVP Thursday 21 October
(08)9218 4540


Floortalk
Mina Mina and Pirlinyanu
23 October 2004

Free floortalk by Lotte Waters, from Gallery Gondwana Australia
Saturday 23rd October
phone 9218 4540 to register your interest


Rover Thomas. I want to paint
17 December 2004  - 06 March 2005

This touring exhibition organised by the Holmes à Court Collection and exhibited at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, features early work produced by Rover Thomas up to 1991.

The exhibition draws on works from the Holmes à Court Collection as well as key individual loans from the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery in Victoria and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

This exhibition is the first national touring retrospective of this outstanding indigenous artist.


Exhibition Floortalk
15 May 2005

Exhibition Floortalk – by the artist Brian McKay at the Holmes à Court Gallery 3pm.

 

Bookings - ph 9218 4540


DAY OF IDEAS Welcome Dinner
02 September 2005

MANNING CLARK HOUSE

DAY OF IDEAS 2005

WELCOME DINNER

in association with the Holmes à Court Gallery and the Institute of Advanced Studies at The University of Western Australia
Friday 2 September 2005at 7.30pm

Lamont's Restaurant
11 Brown Street, EastPerth

Keynote Address by

Lex Lasry QC

A three course menu partnered with Vasse Felix premium wines

Cost: $100 per head.
Limited places available.


DAY OF IDEAS
03 September 2005

MANNING CLARK HOUSE

DAY OF IDEAS 2005

A Human Rights Act for Australia?

Saturday 3 September 2005
10am – 4.30pm
at the Holmes à Court Gallery

Speakers include:

  • Lex Lasry QC
  • Dr Carmen Lawrence MP
  • Karen Brown
  • Andrew Clark
  • Greg Craven
  • Natalie Hepburn, UWA Guild President
  • John Menadue
  • Jim McGinty MLA, Attorney General
  • Dr Helen Watchirs

 Australia is the only Western country that does not have a Human Rights Act or equivalent. A campaign launched by New Matilda sets out to change this.

In August 2005 New Matilda is launching a national campaign to promote a Human Rights Act for Australia.

The audience will be invited to ask questions and engage in discussion. The purpose of the day is to allow for the raising and sharing of important ideas.

Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea will be served.


Costs:

  • Welcome Dinner at Lamonts Restaurant $100
  • Day of Ideas Registration Full $45
  • Day of Ideas Registration Concession $40

Please visit www.ias.uwa.edu.au  for more information and online registration.

All enquiries to:
Institute of Advanced Studies
The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
t: +618 6488 1430 f: +618 6488 1711
e: ias@admin.uwa.edu.au


Bookings Click Here
Bookings and payment are required prior to the event
All fees and charges are inclusive of GST
Cheques should be made to The University of Western Australia

We would like to thank the following for their involvement in this event:
Lamont's Restaurant
Qantas
Vasse Felix
Hire Society
& Gearhouse Australia.

Manning Clark House Inc. is a national scholarly and cultural organisation based in the former home of Professor Manning Clark, Australia's best-known historian, and his wife, translator and linguist Dymphna Clark.


LIVING ARTISTS MONTH WA - EAST PERTH ART WALKS
16 October 2005  - 13 November 2005

East Perth’s Holmes à Court Gallery is offering regular guided East Perth Art Walk tours to take advantage of the recently completed public art program in the area.

The public art collection commissioned by EPRA consists of 23 carefully selected pieces of painted, sculptured and written art, positioned throughout the streets, waterways and parklands of the newly redeveloped area. The collection was designed to link the past with the future of the area and many pieces have historical significance.

Walking around East Perth is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. The Holmes à Court Gallery tour features special guest presentations from artists involved in the public art program – TONY JONES, BRIAN MCKAY AND JOANNA LEFROY CAPELLE.

FREE ARTWALKS – WA LIVING ARTISTS MONTH –- BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
EVERY SECOND SUNDAY AT 2.00PM – 16 and 30th October AND 13th November 2005


Gallery closed


24 December 2005  - 04 January 2006

We apologise for any inconvenience.

Have a happy and safe Christmas and New Year.

Thank you


DAY OF IDEAS 2006 Welcome Dinner
01 September 2006

To be held at Lamont's Restaurant, East Perth. For further information please contact the Institute of Advanced Studies, UWA
ph: 08 64881340
em:ias@admin.uwa.edu.au


www.ias.uwa.edu.au


DAY OF IDEAS 2006
02 September 2006

For further information please contact the Institute of Advanced Studies, UWA
ph: 08 64881340
em:ias@admin.uwa.edu.au
ias webpage - bookings and further information click here

 

We would like to thank the following for their involvement in this event:
Lamont's Restaurant
Qantas
Vasse Felix
Hire Society
Mirvac Fini
The Sebel Residence
& Austage.

Manning Clark House Inc. is a national scholarly and cultural organisation based in the former home of Professor Manning Clark, Australia's best-known historian, and his wife, translator and linguist Dymphna Clark.


MANIKAY Floortalk
25 June 2006

2-3pm, Sunday 25th of June
Booking essential

Hosted by John Stanton, Curator and Director of the Brendt Museum of Anthropology.


THREE BIG IDEAS FOR AUSTRALIA
03 July 2004

Manning Clark House at the Holmes à Court Gallery

A distinguished group of thinkers – and doers – will meet in Perth early next month to set the scene for a lively discussion on three pressing issues facing Australia.

Building on successful “weekends of ideas” at Canberra’s Manning Clark House, and last year’s first Perth Day of Ideas, MCH and its Perth-based patron Janet Holmes à Court have invited an array of thoughtful speakers to the second Perth Day of Ideas.

The three big ideas to be explored are:

The human side of economic rationalism

Speaker: Elliot Perlman, barrister and writer. Author of seven types of ambiguity, Three Dollars and The reasons I won’t be coming.

Chair: Susan Maushart, chair of Curtin University’s School of Social Sciences and columnist for The Australian.

 

Reconciliation and the law

Speaker: Larissa Behrendt, Professor in School of Law, University of Technology, Sydney.

Chair: Greg Craven, Professor of Government and Constitutional Law, Curtin University.

 

Australia/NZ/US relations

Speaker: Andrew Clark (Manning Clark’s son) of The Australian Financial Review.

Chair: Sue Boyd, former diplomat (head of Australian missions in Bangladesh, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Fiji.

 

A final panel involving all speakers will be chaired by journalist , Vicki Laurie of The Australian.

 

“This is a wonderful chance to engage Perth participants in a conversation on crucial issues which may determine where the country is headed, “ says Janet Holmes à Court.

 

For the full programme and registration details for the Day of Ideas please contact the gallery staff on 9218 4540.


Exhibition Floortalk
12 March 2006

Please join us for this exciting chance to learn most about four of the most Influential Australian artists of the 20th Century

Sunday 12th of March, 2pm at the Gallery

Admission: Free

RSVP: Ph (08) 9218 4540
Numbers are limited

Speaker: David Dolan
Professor of Cultural Heritage Studies at Curtin University, Chairman of the National Trust (WA), Former Director of the Nolan Gallery (ACT), Fine Arts Adviser in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.


THE FALL
03 September 2006  - 04 September 2006

The Holmes à Court Gallery presents

The Fall

By Albert Camus
Adapted for the stage by Michael Cronin
Directed by Emma Valente
Performed by Drew Tingwell

For two nights only
3 & 4 September, 6pm
Tickets $30 - includes pre-show drinks
limited seating
For bookings please call 9218 4540 during office hours

Albert Camus, b1913, was the "last great" French humanist intellectual. The Fall is widely considered his masterpiece and a portrait of the artist himself.
The central character, Jean Baptiste Clamence, seduces his audience with his views on justice, politics, class, love, sex, religion and guilt as he holds court in a dingy bar in Amsterdam.


Assembled Opening
24 August 2006

6.00pm - 8.00pm

RSVP Friday 18 August
Numbers are limited
(08)9218 4540


Exhibition Opening - Angelina Pwerle
12 October 2006

The Holmes a Court Gallery and Niagara Galleries Melbourne persents works by Utopian Artist Angelina Pwerle

Thursday, 12 October
6 - 8pm

RSVP essential as number are limited, by Friday, 6 October.


Exhibition Opening - She speaks my language
30 November 2006

She speaks my language opening on Thursday 30 November
6-8pm
The exhibition will be opened by Dr Anna Gray, Assistant Director (Australian Art), National Gallery of Australia

RSVP Essential as numbers are limited
Acceptances only by Friday, 24 November
Phone 9218 4540 during office hours


GALLERY PUBLIC TALK
03 December 2006

Katy Lefroy will take a Free Public Talk discussing the work and life of Kathleen O'Connor
2pm, Sunday 3 December.

RSVP Essential as number are limited
Acceptances only
Phone 92184540 during office hours


Private Dinner at Lamonts
03 December 2006

Share art historical observations and personal memories with Dr Anna Gray and the O'Connor family.

Sunday, 3 December, 6.30pm
Tickets $70

Numbers Limited. For bookings and further information please call 9218 4540 during office hours


Afternoon Teas à la Kate
12 December 2006  - 16 January 2007

Join those who knew Kathleen O'Conner for afternoon tea, as she used to serve it.

Tuesday, 12 December, 4pm in the Gallery with Arthur Russell
Tickets $15

Tuesday, 16 January, 4pm in the Gallery with Professor Roger Dawkins
Tickets $15

Numbers Limited. For bookings and further information please call 9218 4540 during office hours.


GALLERY CLOSED
23 December 2006  - 02 January 2007

We apologise for any inconvenience.

Have a happy and safe Christmas and New Year.

Thank you


Day of Ideas: On the Track, Off the Track and Down the Track
17 February 2007

DAY OF IDEAS Saturday 17 Feb 9.30-4.30

On the track, off the track and down the track: Deciding the now and surviving the future

Set against the backdrop of the exhibition Down the track: Stories from the edge of the Great Sandy Desert and referencing Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs, the purpose of this day is to allow for the raising and sharing of important ideas.

Speakers from around Australia including keynote speaker, Shelley Gare, author of the TRIUMPH of the AIRHEADS, will share their varied perspectives on human needs and motivations, as well as our hypocrisies, inconsistencies and our excesses.

COST: Standard $55.00
Concession/Friends $50.00

CONTACTS:
Registration: Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA
www.ias.uwa.edu.au
Tel: 08 6488 1340
Register Now

Venue: Holmes a Court Gallery, Level 1, 11 Brown St, East Perth
www.holmesacourtgallery.com
Tel: 08 9218 4540

We would like to thank the following for their involvement in this event:
Lamont's Restaurant
Qantas
Vasse Felix
Hire Society
& The Sebel Residence.

Manning Clark House Inc. is a national scholarly and cultural organisation based in the former home of Professor Manning Clark, Australia's best-known historian, and his wife, translator and linguist Dymphna Clark.


Artist talk - Entrance
15 April 2007

Sunday, 15 April, 2pm

There will be two free public talks by the artist as part of Clyde McGill's residency. A couple of weeks into the residency on Sunday 15 April, McGill will discuss where he’s heading with the making of the work. On the last day of the residency, Sunday 20 May, he’ll reflect on the overall experience of being at the gallery and working in this way.


Artist Talk - Exit
20 May 2007

Sunday, 20 May, 2pm

There will be two free public talks by the artist as part of Clyde McGill's residency. A couple of weeks into the residency on Sunday 15 April, McGill will discuss where he’s heading with the making of the work. On the last day of the residency, Sunday 20 May, he’ll reflect on the overall experience of being at the gallery and working in this way.


ARTWALK LUNCHES
26 September 2007  - 10 October 2007

Holmes à Court Gallery presents
ARTWALK LUNCHES
3 different walks on 3 successive Wednesdays.
26 September, 3 & 10 October

During Artopia treat yourself to a guided artwalk through East Perth followed by a gourmet three course lunch at Lamont’s East Perth Restaurant.

Arrive Holmes à Court Gallery
11am for a 11.15 start
12.30pm lunch, linger ‘til 2.30

Cost $105 all inclusive
Maximum 15 per walk
Please RSVP by phoning the gallery on 9218 4540


Morning Tea & Art Walk
21 April 2007

Enjoy a morning tea with our artist in residence, Clyde McGill and an East Perth Art Walk, exploring the East Perth Redevelopment's many examples of public art.

Please ring the Gallery to register your interest.

Tickets - $20


GALLERY CLOSED OVER EASTER
06 April 2007  - 10 April 2007

The Holmes à Court Gallery will be closed over the Easter long-weekend.

Sorry for any inconvenience.


Public Floortalk
25 May 2007

Join writer Drusilla Modjeska at 4 pm on Friday 25 May, and share her first hand experience of the Omie people and their art.

Admission FREE

Please RSVP on 9218 4540.


Wednesday Winter Salons
25 July 2007  - 29 August 2007

6 winter dates, 6 different pastas and 6 fascinating speakers

Please join us at the Holmes à Court Gallery for the insider’s view of some specific architectural projects, presented concurrently with MICRO MACRO CITY: Australian Pavilion 10th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia 2006, curated by Shane Murray and Nigel Bertram.

Our guest speakers will be discussing projects that demonstrate relationships and issues raised by the urban conditions documented in the exhibition: Shrinkage, Expansion, Interface, Overlap, Absorption, Exchange, Re-use and Over-supply.

 

6pm: join us after work for a light dinner of pasta and a glass of wine followed by the guest speaker’s talk.

7.30pm: head home or go next door to Lamonts for coffee/dessert (not included in price).

Choose your date(s) and book on 9218 4540.

Places strictly limited to 30 for each evening so book and pay early to avoid disappointment.

COST: $45

25 July
Marco Marcon
Director, International Art Space Kellerberrin, Australia

1 August
Simon Anderson
Architect of Wherehouse (Micro Macro City)

8 August
Gary Marinko
Architect of Poll house (Micro Macro City)

15 August
Debbie Kuh
Director, Syrinx, Environmental Design

22 August
Ian Rodgers
Architect, The Old Violin Factory project, London

29 August
Dr Dawn Casey
CEO, Western Australian Museum and former Director of the National Museum of Australia


Free Curator's Talk
21 July 2007

Join Curators Sahne Murray and Nigel Bertram, 4pm, Saturday, 21 July to discuss the Micro Macro City exhibition.

 

RSVP by Friday 20 July 9218 4540
numbers are limited


SPEED_SPACE opening/talk
05 September 2007

Opening at 6pm Wednesday 5 September with a talk by the exhibiting architect .

RSVP by Friday 31 August 9218 4540
numbers are limited


DAY OF IDEAS 2007
21 September 2007  - 22 September 2007

Holmes a Court Gallery presents
a Manning Clark House
Day of Ideas 2007
In association with the Institute for Advanced Studies, UWA
21 - 22 September 2007

SEEKING THE CONTEMPORARY AESTHETIC

Join our speakers to discuss where the aesthetic is found today in art, design, fashion, food, architecture and politics.
The audience will be invited to ask questions and engage in discussion. The purpose of the day is to allow for the raising and sharing of important ideas.

DAY OF IDEAS Welcome Dinner
Friday 21 September 2007 at 7.30pm
Lamont’s Restaurant
11 Brown St, East Perth
Keynote Address by Jens Hauser - Paris based curator and writer
A three course menu partnered with Vasse Felix and Lamont’s premium wines

DAY OF IDEAS
Saturday 22 September 2007
9.30am - 4.30pm at the Holmes à Court Gallery

 

Event Costs

DAY OF IDEAS DINNER
Cost: $80
limited places available

DAY OF IDEAS
Participation Cost: $55
$50 Concession
Limited places available.

Registration: Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA
www.ias.uwa.edu.au
Tel: 08 6488 1340
Register Now

Venue: Holmes a Court Gallery, Level 1, 11 Brown St, East Perth
www.holmesacourtgallery.com
Tel: 08 9218 4540

We would like to thank the following for their involvement in this event:
Lamont's Restaurant
Qantas
Vasse Felix
Hire Society
& The Sebel Residence, East Perth

Manning Clark House Inc. is a national scholarly and cultural organisation based in the former home of Professor Manning Clark, Australia's best-known historian, and his wife, translator and linguist Dymphna Clark.


Wednesday Summer Salons 2008
16 January 2008  - 20 February 2008

4 summer dates, 4 scrumptious salads and 4 captivating speakers
16 & 23 January, 13 & 20 February, 6pm
Cost: $45 per Salon

Wednesday 16 January
Tjalaminu Mia - Research Fellow, School of Indigenous Studis, UWA
Finding Identity through Country

Wednesday 23 January
Ted Hart - South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council
Claiming Back Country

Wednesday 13 February
Liz McLellan, Project Manager, Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo Recovery Project
The Cockatoos, the crisis and the recovery strategy

Wednesday 20 February
Graeme Hamilton, CEO, Birds Australia
Climate change and its impact on the habits, homes and survival of the planet's birds

To book or for more information please contact the gallery on 9218 4540


FREE PUBLIC TALK
Hermannsburg painting: origins and impact
25 November 2007

Please join us for a free public talk to be given by Associate Professor ian McLean (Faulty of Architecture, Landscape Architectue and Visual Arts, UWA)
Sunday 25 November 4pm please RSVP


GALLERY CLOSED OVER CHRISTMAS NEW YEAR
22 December 2007  - 01 January 2008

We apologise for any inconvenience.

Have a happy and safe Christmas and New Year.

Thank you


Free Public Talk
10 February 2008

FREE PUBLIC TALK Sunday 10 February 4pm
Camille Masson-Talansier - Director, Lockhart River Art Centre & Guy Allain, Art Coordinator, Wik and Kugu Arts and Craft Centre.
Please RSVP by contacting the gallery.


GALLERY CLOSED OVER EASTER
21 March 2008  - 25 March 2008

The Holmes à Court Gallery will be closed over the Easter long-weekend.

Sorry for any inconvenience.


Artist Talk
04 April 2008

Friday 4 April 9.30am

Against the backdrop of this exhibition of his recent work please join the artist for a talk about his practice followed by morning tea.

RSVP for catering purposes on 9218 4540 or hacgallery@heytesbury.com.au

by Wednesday 2 April

Holmes à Court Gallery

East Perth


Opening John Young Exhibition
03 April 2008


Free Artist Talk - Entrance
01 June 2008

The artist: meaning and purpose
Free public talk by Brian McKay: artist in residence.

Sunday 1st of June, 2pm


Free Artist Talk - Exit
20 July 2008

The residency experience: impressions and outcomes
Free public talk by Brian McKay: artist in residence.

Sunday 20th of July, 2pm


Free Artists' Talk
03 August 2008

Sunday, 3rd of August, 4pm


Wednesday Winter Salons
13 August 2008  - 20 August 2008

2 Winter dates
13 & 20 August, 6pm

Wednesday 13 August
Julie-Ann Ogilvie - Swan View SHS
Working with students and design incorporating indigenous themes

Wednesday 20 August
Louise Snook - Textile
The felting process and its application

Cost: $45 per Salon
Includes light meal & glass of wine
Contact the gallery on 9218 4540 to book - places limited


DAY OF IDEAS 2008
Beyond Sorry - a new renaissance

03 October 2008  - 04 October 2008

Holmes a Court Gallery presents
a Manning Clark House
Day of Ideas 2008
In association with the Institute for Advanced Studies, UWA
3 - 4 October 2008

Beyond Sorry - a new renaissance

It is hoped this 2008 Day of Ideas will discuss how we might make reparation for the wrongs done that we've apologised for.
The audience will be invited to ask questions and engage in discussion. The purpose of the day is to allow for the raising and sharing of important ideas.

DAY OF IDEAS Welcome Dinner
Friday 3 October 2008 at 7.30pm
Lamont's Restaurant
11 Brown St, East Perth
Keynote Address by Patrick Dodson - Chairperson Kimberley Development Commission, Chairman Lingiari Foundation
A three course menu partnered with Vasse Felix and Lamont's premium wines

DAY OF IDEAS
Saturday 4 October 2008
9.30am - 4.30pm at the Holmes a Court Gallery

 

Listen to an interview with Day of Ideas Speaker Jim Morrison - Click on Academic Institute looks beyond Sorry Day, Thu, 2 Oct 2008 12:00 AM

 

Event Costs

DAY OF IDEAS DINNER
Cost: $85
limited places available

DAY OF IDEAS
Participation Cost: $60
$55 Concession
Limited places available.

Registration: Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA
www.ias.uwa.edu.au
Tel: 08 6488 1340
Register Now

Venue: Holmes a Court Gallery, Level 1, 11 Brown St, East Perth
www.holmesacourtgallery.com
Tel: 08 9218 4540

We would like to thank the following for their involvement in this event:
Lamont's Restaurant
Vasse Felix
& Hire Society

Manning Clark House Inc. is a national scholarly and cultural organisation based in the former home of Professor Manning Clark, Australia's best-known historian, and his wife, translator and linguist Dymphna Clark.


Exhibition Opening - Danie Mellor
23 September 2008

Please RSVP to hacgallery@heytesbury.com.au or on (08) 9218 4540


Artist Walks, part of Artrage
19 October 2008  - 26 October 2008

Sunday 19 October 10am Coming down (Artist walk from the whirligig, Hyde Park to Northbridge)
Sunday 26 October 3pm Coming across (Artist walk from HaC Gallery, East Perth to Northbridge)
Bring a camera!


Exhibition Opening - You show us yours, we'll show you ours
26 November 2008

Wednesday, 26 November, 6pm

To be opened by Professor John Finlay-Jones, Acting Vice-Chancellor ECU


GALLERY CLOSED
22 December 2008  - 06 January 2009

The Holmes à Court Gallery will be closed over the Christmas New Year period from the 22nd of December 2008, reopening on the 7th of January 2009


Artist Talk
15 February 2009

Barbara Weir will be talking about her life and work at 4pm on Sunday 15 February at the Gallery.


Exhibition Opening - Artist in Residence: Lesley Meaney
13 May 2009

Wednesday, 13 May, 6pm

To be opened by Janet Holmes à Court AC


Free Artists' Talk
28 June 2009

Free public talk by Lesley Meaney: artist in residence.

Sunday 28th of June, 4pm

Please RSVP on 9218 4540


Free Public Floor Talk
05 July 2009

Sunday, 05 July at 4pm

Presenter

Dick Bett AM

Director, Bett Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania

 

Please RSVP 08 9218 4540


DAY OF IDEAS 2009
POWER WITH...
30 October 2009  - 31 October 2009

Holmes à Court Gallery presents a Manning Clark House
DAY OF IDEAS
In association with the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Western Australia
30 - 31 October 2009
POWER WITH...
Ideas for peace, love & respect in a violent world

This 2009 Day of Ideas will focus on the idea that Power With rather than Power Over is the essence of more equal relationships of all kinds.
The audience will be invited to ask questions and engage in discussion. The purpose of the day is to allow for the raising and sharing of important ideas.

DAY OF IDEAS Welcome Dinner
Friday 30 October 2009 at 7.30pm
Lamont's Restaurant
11 Brown St, East Perth
Bernadette Wright, Psychologist, Kids Business , ABC1
Join Bernadette Wright as together we investigate the dynamic of ‘Power With’. Wright will share how her preferred personal philosophy has proven to be an effective means by which she engages the children, adults and communities with whom she works.

A three course menu partnered with Vasse Felix and Lamont's premium wines

DAY OF IDEAS
Saturday 31 October 2009
9.30am - 4.30pm at the Holmes a Court Gallery

Event Costs

DAY OF IDEAS DINNER
Cost: $85
limited places available

DAY OF IDEAS
Participation Cost: $60
$55 Concession
Limited places available.

Registration: Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA
www.ias.uwa.edu.au
Tel: 08 6488 1340
Register Now

Venue: Holmes a Court Gallery, Level 1, 11 Brown St, East Perth
www.holmesacourtgallery.com
Tel: 08 9218 4540

We would like to thank the following for their involvement in this event:
Lamont's Restaurant
Vasse Felix
Hire Society
& Sebel Residence East Perth

Manning Clark House Inc. is a national scholarly and cultural organisation based in the former home of Professor Manning Clark, Australia's best-known historian, and his wife, translator and linguist Dymphna Clark.


GALLERY CLOSED
21 December 2009  - 05 January 2010

The Holmes à Court Gallery will be closed over the Christmas New Year period from the 20th of December 2009, reopening on the 6th of January 2010.


Winter Salons
08 July 2009  - 29 July 2009

Join us after work for this popular event. Includes a light dinner and a glass of wine followed by the guest speaker.

Wednesday 8 July
Richard Gunning, Artist & Arts Officer; City of Vincent
Grasping the landscape through paint - artists' approaches to the landscape through the ages.

Wednesday 15 July - SOLD OUT
Professor Richard Weller
, Faculty of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Visual Art, UWA
This is not a garden.

Wednesday 22 July - SOLD OUT
Dr Stefano Carboni
, Director, Art Gallery of Western Australia
Landscape in Muslim Art & Architecture.

Wednesday 29 July
Penny Bovell, Artist
One artist's personal approach to landscape painting.

6pm - 7.30pm
Cost:$45
Contact the gallery on (08) 9218 4540 to book - places strictly limited.


GALLERY CLOSED OVER EASTER
02 April 2010  - 07 April 2010

The Holmes à Court Gallery will be closed over the Easter long-weekend.

Sorry for any inconvenience.


EXIT talk - Stuart Elliott
13 June 2010

FREE Public Talk by Stuart Elliott concluding his time at the gallery.

4pm

Residency publication will be available at this event.

RSVP 9218 4540


Free Artist Talk with stringmaking
20 June 2010

4pm Sunday 20 June

RSVP 9218 4540


Free Artist Floortalk
19 September 2010

Sunday 19 September 4pm

RSVP essential on (08) 9218 4540


The School of Perth - Artist Forum
03 October 2010

Sunday 3 October 4 - 6 pm

The title of this forum, School of Perth, is an umbrella term to describe a varied group of Perth artists who graduated from a number of West Australian art schools in the early 80s, artists who were more than simply concerned with the reproduction of appearances. Their concern for the resemblance of things was motivated by memory and identity. The presenting artists – Tania Ferrier, Richard Gunning, Thomas Hoareau, Kevin Robertson and Megan Salmon – will reflect on the formative period of their emerging practice and elaborate on the salient issues that determined the direction of their art-making in Perth.
$10.00 cost. Free to students.
Registration is essential on 9218 4540.