The Pleasures and Politics of Water: Panel Conversation

Sat 10 Feb 2018



"A woman sitting in an enclosed tank of water."

What is our duty of care for preserving our most precious resource? Water law, environmental treaties and sustainable future thinking – we gather world experts to discuss actions for protecting our oceans and rivers, and the importance of giving water a voice.

This is a free event at the Fremantle Arts Centre. No registration is required.


Trish McDonald (WA), New Museum Project Director, WA Museum


Bruce Ivers (WA), Sustainability specialist
Dr Anne Poelina (WA), Managing Director Madjulla Incorporated
Latai Taumoepeau (WA), Artist & Performance maker
Professor Erika J Techera (WA), Professor UWA Law School and UWA Oceans Institute, University of Western Australia

Further information can be found on the Perth Festival website.

Check out our other Museum of Water events, Water Carriers: Ceramics Masterclass and Future Museums: Ways of Shaping History.

The Pleasures and Politics of Water is part of a series of events celebrating Museum of Water, an exhibition of publicly donated water and accompanying stories exhibited at Fremantle Arts Centre 7 Feb – 23 March 2018.

Caption: The Pleasures and Politics of Water: Panel Conversation

Image courtesy Perth Festival

Getting Here

Western Australian Museum - Perth Map


See offsite events for address details

1300 134 081