Perth Cultural Centre

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About

The Perth Cultural Centre (PCC) is positioned between Perth’s central city and vibrant inner-city districts. It is a vibrant, inclusive and attractive drawcard for Perth residents and visitors alike.

History

New life for a once unloved space

Between 1979-1980

Clement Meadmore is an internationally renowned sculptor who was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1929. He lived and worked predominately in America, where he died in 2005.

Stuart Green: Untitled

The filigree style metal artwork in the urban wetland is a work by Perth artist Stuart Green. It was the Premier’s selection from the 2010 Sculptures by the Sea exhibition at Cottesloe Beach.

Gate 2: Coalesce

The Japanese born Australian artist Akio Makigawa was commissioned to create a landmark entry statement for the Perth Cultural Centre. Gate 2: Coalesce was erected outside the Alexander Library building in 1987.

Play Space

The new Perth Cultural Centre Play Space is open!

Resident companies

The Blue Room Theatre

Vibrant. Emerging. Contemporary. Performance. Perth's home of independent theatre, nestled in the heart of the Cultural Centre.

PICA

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

Art Gallery of WA

Through their collections, programs, and stimulating exhibitions the Art Gallery of WA offers visitors unique and exciting encounters with the art of Western Australia, Australian Indigenous art and the art of the world.

State Library of WA

The State Library of WA is more than just a place for books - enjoy film screenings, family activities, tours and exhibitions.

North Metropolitan TAFE

North Metropolitan TAFE is the established State Government provider of vocational education and training for the northern Perth region.

WA Museum

The Western Australian Museum is the State’s premier cultural organisation, housing WA’s scientific and cultural collection.