Museum of Water is a radically different museum that showcases, in Australia’s driest state, our connection to the world’s most essential life source. For over a year UK artist Amy Sharrocks and WA custodians have been towing a rusty trailer, collecting watery donations and the memories that go with them.
The whole collection is at Fremantle Arts Centre. You can wander through a WA landscape where you can see more than 500 bottles of water, each with its own remarkable story. There are samples from a Dragon Tree Soak, grey water from a laundry, a splash from a Paralympian’s swimming pool.
The Museum of Water exhibition launches tonight at Fremantle Arts Centre. Included in this beautiful exhibition are the three bound volumes of students’ work that make up Watermarks. We are very pleased to be able to share this incredible book with you which features stories and drawings from students here at St Emilie’s.
If you are planning to go and visit The Museum of Water here are the opening details.
Free, all welcome
7 Feb, 6.30pm
Donate your water – you can take in your own water donation to add to the collection
8 Feb – 4 Mar
11am – 3pm, daily
This is what you need to do if you are taking in a sample
- Donate your water
- Choose your water
- Find a bottle to put it in
- Tell us why you brought it.
Discover the collection
8 Feb – 23 Mar
10am – 5pm, daily
Here is a link to the Watermarks book.
Today the Year 5 & 6 students from the St. Emilie’s Christian Dance Group expressed their love and faith, through movement and dance, as part of the Performing Arts Festival for Catholic Schools. All of the students danced with joy and honesty, and received wonderful feedback from the guest adjudicator present. Luckily for the community of St. Emilie’s, the Christian Dance Group will also be performing their liturgical dance at the upcoming Feast of Assumption Mass, and would love you to be present. Here are some snapshots of the performance at today’s showcase.
Miss Goodall, Miss Foong & Miss Massimi