Celebrate First Nations with us! Discover a series of arts, events and education share First Nations Culture

Participate in six-weeks of delightful First Nations activities at Brookfield Place Perth. 

Live painting in the lobby

Journey with artist-in-residence, Julianne Wade – Whadjuk Artist, as she depicts the Sheoak growth lifecycle through the six indigenous seasons:

About the artist

Julianne is an emerging visual artist and remains connected to her culture through painting and family and community connections through the Western Australian Aboriginal Leadership Institute.

Julianne’s artwork is a contemporary continuation of traditional culture and knowledge, often responding to spending time on Country, observing nature and star constellations, themes she embeds in her work.

With a passion for creating change through art for indigenous and non-indigenous people, her purpose is to highlight that all land is Country on which her ancestors have practiced culture on for thousands of years and continue to share knowledge about the Dreamtime stories. Discover Julianne’s work below:

Online gallery

Collective workshops

Commissioned work

Art Gallery

Whadjuk Artist Collective

In collaboration with Artist Collective, we are showcasing a six-week gallery of works by Indigenous artists from the Whadjuk Artist Collective.

 The gallery will host a new exhibition of artworks weekly. 

Like what you see? All artworks will be available for purchase at the gallery.


Brookfield Place is pleased to introduce a series of First Nations performances this June! Enjoy live music, while grabbing a bite to eat from our favourite Café Court operators.

Browse the artists

Lily Gogos

Talking Hearts Duo