Take part in the many workshops and activities they've got planned for the day that represents Heath's passions.

Register for a photography workshop with one of Australia's most successful photographers, Frances Andrijich. For aspiring film makers, book into the Masterclass for exclusive access to international artist Daniele Auber who worked with Heath on The Brothers Grimm.

You can also hear from the talented Vincent Fantauzzo who painted Heath's portrait for the 2008 Archibald Prize in a free artist talk or, just drop in and enjoy the beats from bands like Colab and Kid Dingo.

Curated by the Western Australian Museum, this is the only showing in Australia. Discover how the boy from Perth became one of Australia's most celebrated actors. The exhibition opens 14 October 2017 to 29 January 2018.

Image: Image courtesy Karin Catt. © Karin Catt photographer.
This event is supported by MRA and Western Australian Museum.

When

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More info

This event is organised by Art Gallery of Western Australia

Price

  • Twilight viewing | Free
  • Photography workshop with Frances Andrijich | $50
  • Master class with Daniele Auber | $15
  • Pursuing your passions | Free
  • Curator talk | members $22 - non-members $35

Where

Art Gallery of WA

Perth Cultural Centre (Bounded by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street, William Street) Perth

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