Amy Sharrocks

Museum of Water

What water will you keep?

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UK/Western Australia

Leighton Beach
Perth CBD
Reflection Pond, UWA
Albany

Tickets Free Event

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PRIMARY | SECONDARY | WACE 

A vial of tears, raindrops from a roof and a plastic bottle of billabong water – every drop tells a story.

Choose some water, find something to put it in and tell us why you brought it to add to the collection. PIAF Artist-in-Residence Amy Sharrocks invites us all to consider our relationship with the world’s most indispensable liquid as she builds the Western Australian edition of this radically different kind of museum.

The completed Museum of Water is set to open in PIAF 2018 before becoming part of the Western Australian Museum’s permanent collection.

Dates, Times & Access

Leighton Beach

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Perth CBD

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Reflection Pond, UWA

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Albany

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ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

Host Museum of Water creator Amy Sharrocks in your classroom and explore the importance of water and its significance to different people. One primary school classroom will host a talk from Amy and a follow-up visit from Museum of Water custodians to add their water to the collection. To register your interest, please complete the School Booking Request Form and use the text field to explain what water means to your class.

FREE

In School 
Mon 13 and Tue 28 Feb, Wed 1 Mar

Sponsors

Family And Education Program Partner