Mason Judy Exhibition - artworks by Robert Juniper
The State Library is proud to present an exhibition of Robert Juniper's artworks from Mason Judy (1977), a picture book by Western Australian author Trevor Todd.
The central character of the story, Mason, is a young lonely boy who stumbles across a strange black and white stone which transports him to the Dreamtime.
The story and artworks in Mason Judy reflect many traditional elements and beings from the Dreamtime, which are reimagined through the eyes of young Mason.
When: 5 - 10 March 2014
Where: The Gallery, Ground Floor, State Library of Western Australia
Entry: Free, open during library hours
The Library of Nearly Lost Moments
When People, events and objects pass in and out of our lives on a daily basis. How many get forgotten?The Library of Nearly Lost Moments is a collection of fragments of our's and other's lives, the small items that hold us to our memories and moments in time. Train tickets, sketches on napkins and postcards from long ago holidays, these fragments are preserved in The Library of Nearly Lost Moments.
The exhibition invites you to preserve your own memories, and become part of the growing collection of fragments, moments and memories. Experience other people's memories and preserve fragments of your own memories.
When: 24 January - 31 March 2014
Where: The Nook, Ground Floor, State Library of Western Australia
Entry: Free, open daily: 9.30am -5.00pmThe Library of Nearly Lost Moments is part of the Perth Fringe Festival program.
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Page last updated: Friday 7 March 2014