PICA - Perth Institute of Contemporary Art

Venue  |  Exhibitions
PICA - Perth Institute of Contemporary Art
Perth Cultural Centre, James Street
6000 Perth
Venue Type: Museum

May 6th - June 20th
Hatched: National Graduate Show 2017
Jordan Azcune, Skye Baker, Anindita Banerjee, Jane Bartier, Christine Barzaga, Mechelle Bounpraseuth, Susannah Bourke, Laura Burstow, Maxwell Callaghan, Kassandra Caramanico-Walker, Aoife Coleman-Clarke, Eva Collins, Emily Dang, Sang Dong, Ben Fisher, Hannah Gartside, Greer Harris, Drew Connor Holland, Dionne Hooyberg, Christopher Houghton, Takuya Ito, Dorothy Lau, Nikki Lundy, Tracy Lymn, Carly Lynch, Lukas Mack, Callum McGrath, Kate Alida Mullen, Eva Nolan, Ellen Norrish, Lottie Sebes, Reija Lee Thomas, Gwan Tung, Kai Wasikowski, Kim Brolga Williams, Stacey Wilson, Min Wong
Open hours
Tue-Sun 10-5
+ 61 (0) 8 9228 6300
+ 61 (0) 8 9227 6539
Gallery type
Free Entry

The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is one of Australia's leading centres for the development and presentation of contemporary art.

Housed in a large and striking heritage building in the heart of Perth, Western Australia, PICA is the city's focal point for those wishing to experience the best of Australian and international visual, performing and cross-disciplinary art.

PICA is both a producing and presenting institution that runs a year round program of changing exhibitions, seasons in contemporary dance, theatre and performance and a range of interdisciplinary projects. It boasts one of the largest and most breath-taking exhibition spaces in Australia and has become known for the leading role it plays in the presentation of significant new work.

PICA's key aim is to promote, support and present contemporary arts and to stimulate critical discussion around the arts and broader cultural issues. Providing a site for experimentation, critical analysis, discussion and debate is fundamental to its charter. PICA is known for the rigour and breadth of its artistic and education programs, high production standards and impeccable presentation. In many aspects of its operations, PICA might be understood as an incubator: providing resources, mentoring and support for both emerging and mature artists whilst promoting new and emerging ideas, forms and practices to the broader community.

PICA is an icon of contemporary thinking - it is a catalyst for innovative and ground breaking art and culture. Not constrained by convention, PICA gives artists and audiences a glimpse of what is possible.