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Fremantle Arts Centre presents,

Museum of Water

Date & time

All day on the 24th of February 2018

Additional dates

  • All day 25th Feb 2018

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  • All day 1st Apr 2018

  • 7th Feb 2018 6:30pm
    until 9:00pm

  • All day 8th Feb 2018

  • All day 9th Feb 2018

  • All day 10th Feb 2018

  • All day 11th Feb 2018

  • All day 12th Feb 2018

  • All day 13th Feb 2018

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Contact

Address

Fremantle Arts Centre
1 Finnerty Street
Fremantle
WA 6160
  • Fremantle

Overview

Museum of Water is a radically different exhibition that showcases, in Australia’s driest state, our connection to the world’s most essential life source. Commissioned by the Perth Festival, UK artist Amy Sharrocks and the Museum custodians have been towing their rusty trailer around the State for over a year, turning strangers into friends and liquid into art as they collect watery donations and the memories that go with them.

The exhibition is the culmination of the last year’s work. View the ever-growing collection as you walk through more than 500 bottles of water, each with its own remarkable story. There are samples from Poison Gully and the Great Barrier Reef, grey water from a laundry and a splash from a Paralympian’s swimming pool.

You can also follow a stream of water words as the Museum’s custodians wander the collection and share the many tales behind each bottle with visitors.

The exhibition will be complimented by a range of public programs running each weekend, including tours, talks and workshops. View the full program on the Perth Festival website.


    • Youth
    • Family
    • Adult
  • Free!