As part of the What On Earth Open Day on Sunday 29 September we will be running a colouring competition with designs by Ruth De Vos. The competition is now available to enter. Simply print from our website or pop in the store and collect one of her three designs.
PRESENTED BY KINGS PARK
Kings Park has a great range of events and activities open to the general public throughout the year.
The award winning Kings Park Festival celebrates Spring during the month of September and amateur photographers are invited to upload their work as part of the Flowers in Focus competition.
PRESENTED BY THE SHIRE OF MUNDARING AND MUNDARING CAMERA CLUB
Photographers play a critical role in documenting and celebrating the intricacies of the world around us. From nearly 100 entries 40 works have been selected for display in the Mundaring Camera Club Plants and Pollinators Photography Exhibition at the Boya Community Centre.
Presented by Mundaring District Museum
Bush Bounty explores the many ways people, past and present, encountered West Australian flora. From food and medicine, to decoration on clothing and domestic items, this exhibition celebrates how the State’s extraordinary botanical diversity has been utilised in the everyday and commonplace.
PRESENTED BY THE KATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD WRITERS CENTRE
The KSP Foundation are commemorating the 50th anniversary since author Katharine Susannah Prichard passed away. Free activities include the Wild Weeds & Windflowers guided heritage garden tour as well as a book launch, series of talks, food, music and more.
Calling all flora inspired creatives and stall holders to be a part of the What on Earth Open Day Market on Sunday 29 September.
PRESENTED BY SHIRE OF MUNDARING LIBRARIES
The gentle giants of the Perth Hills don’t just provide shady places for humans to rest and recuperate - they also support a myriad of local wildlife.
Simon Cherriman will provide a perspective on local trees as habitat for wildlife from tiny insects to giant eagles. Simon will also talk about the Noongar names and uses for dominant Perth Hills trees, the scientific names and identifying species, tips of where to see good local species and more.
PRESENTED BY FLUX GALLERY PERTH, KING ST ARTS CENTRE
Curated by Sandra Murray, these five female artists are connected by personal investigations of nature in their art practices, ranging from the minutiae of the landscape to the natural environment and the sky above.
Photographers play a critical role in documenting and celebrating the intricacies of the world around us. Mundaring Arts Centre and Mundaring Camera Club are calling for submissions of photographs depicting the important role of plants and pollinators.
PRESENTED BY LAWRENCE WILSON ART GALLERY AND THE ART GALLERY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
The celebration of Western Australia’s wildflowers puts a spotlight on the State’s botanical riches and the threat humans now pose to them. Hear from botanists, curators and artists bringing you an array of botanical and environment themed exhibitions and events in 2019.
Presented by Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
Philippa Nikulinsky AM is a Perth-based, internationally recognised botanical and wildlife artist. Nikulinsky Naturally is a survey of her work from the 1970s to the present which provides a perspective on the unique qualities of her practice - focusing on the evolution of her working methodology and exploring the ways in which she continues to interrogate the botanical riches of the Western Australian landscape.