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The Friends of the Academy

The organisation supports students at the WA Academy of Performing Arts at ECU Mt Lawley.

Membership is open to all regardless of age. Currently there are 600 members over 55, 245 couples, and 80 Families (2 adults and 2 children). 
All membership fees go directly to support students in their efforts to gain employment within the Arts industry, both in Australia and overseas.

Members of the Friends enjoy discounted tickets to WAAPA performances, priority bookings, chances to meet and mingle with performers from Theatre, Music Theatre, Dance Contemporary Music, Classical Music and Singers from all genres.


WOMEN ON A WIRE | LUDA KORCZYNSKYJ - Nov 10, 2018 - Dec 02, 2018

This exhibition is a multi-dimensional Ceramic sculptural show exploring women’s minds and bodies.

The concept for this body of work began many years ago when the artist’s daughter went through an eating disorder-anorexia nervosa.

It has morphed into an exhibition exploring how women can be challenged through difficult times and come out stronger, physically, mentally and socially.

It is accompanied by a number of written works by women sharing their experiences.



Judy Rogers Romancing Botany Exhibition is an exhibition of botanical paintings. Artist Judy Rogers has a knack for making us look, and look again.

Her work brings a sense of excitement, drama, tenderness and even erotica to everyday life. Perth has very few truly original artists with the ability to shock us into seeing things differently, with a visual language of their own. Rogers is in this class.

From a distance her works look like photo-realist paintings. Close up they become cross-hatched drawings using lines to form faces and bodies, like the etchings of Rembrandt or Norman Lindsay. 

Rogers arrived here from Hungary 22 years ago with an artistic direction and style that was already developed. She staged a string of exhibitions and won prizes for domestic scenes as she employed her unfamiliar techniques with confidence and authority.

Rogers has now taken to botanica, but she has not become a scientific illustrator. Instead, Rogers uses her well-honed techniques to create “portraits” of plants, just as one makes a portrait of a human being.


TOODYAY FARMERS MARKETS - Apr 15, 2018 - Dec 16, 2018

Supporting sale of locally-grown produce - organic vegetables, eggs, chickens, alpacas, plants and many more added products, plus education, art, music and fun!

Toodyay Farmers Market's mission is to create a space for local and regional people to sell, promote and advertise locally-grown produce and raised goods. To share knowledge and educate on topics that will bring value to peoples' lives and to encourage and support sustainable living and back to basic principles which promote human and environmental health. 

The Toodyay Farmers Market is an Incorporated not-for-profit group.



Based at the University of Western Australia, SymbioticA (The Tissue Culture and Art Project) has been exploring the intersections of science and art since 2000. Established by Artist, Oron Catts, along with Cell Biologist, Miranda Grounds and Neuroscientist, Stuart Bunt, the core creative team now consists of Catts and Ionat Zurr. 

Together and with their expanded team of artists and scientists, they explore the creative and ethical implications of developments in the biological sciences. They investigate about what science is doing, what it is capable of, and how our conceptions of life might be altered in the process and how futures might be shaped accordingly.

This exhibition, Biomess, coincides with the celebration of the 200th year since the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. In response, it looks at existing “Frankensteins” of the natural world, beings that confound our usual ways of thinking about animal life with a creative presentation of specimens from the WA Museum and examples of real life animal “oddities." 

It also includes new organisims grown by the artists that open up new possibilities for temporary biological structures. 


YANCHEP MONTHLY MARKETS - Mar 25, 2018 - Feb 24, 2019

There are 80 stalls at the Yanchep Monthly Markets selling fruit and vegetables, meats, condiments, eggs, hot food, coffee and desserts, handcrafted items and plants. Pamper yourself with a massage and enjoy live music. Kids entertainment includes an animal farm, pony rides and face painting. Make a day of it and visit the lovely Yanchep National Park after the markets.

Yanchep Monthly Market is held on the last Sunday of every month with 50 to 80 stalls. and is located inside the club house.


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Last updated 13 November 2018