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Buttonverse Art & Yarn Showcase

Celebrate the latest artworks from Walmajarri Yawuru artist and author Joshua Button and learn more about his ‘Buttonverse’ storytelling project.

Jul 25, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Centre for Stories

Joshua Button is a Walmajarri Yawuru artist, author and business owner with a disability from Broome, the Kimberley. He is the author of three books, all published with Magabala Books: ‘Joshua and the Two Crabs’, ‘Steve Goes to Carnival’, and ‘At The Zoo I See’. Follow Josh’s business here.

For the last two months, Josh has been creating new artworks and a screenplay for The Buttonverse, a project exploring different versions of himself from his past, present and future.

Join us for a special evening of enjoying the artworks Josh has produced in a small exhibition in the Centre for Stories heritage building and listen to a yarn between arts worker Luisa Mitchell and the artist himself. This project was funded thanks to the Department of Local Government, Sport and Culture and disability support provider My Place.

Tea, coffee and finger food provided.


Tickets are $15 per person or FREE for Mob (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community). Scroll down to RSVP. If you are experiencing financial distress, please contact us at to arrange a free ticket.


The event will be held at Centre for Stories, Northbridge WA 6003. Centre for Stories is a wheelchair accessible venue.

The Perth train station is a 10-minute walk from Centre for Stories. The closest parking is 2 minutes away at Northbridge Central, 8/6 Errichetti Place (paid Wilson parking).


This event may be photographed. By registering for a ticket, you confirm you are giving consent for any photos and recordings to be used by Centre for Stories materials and communications. If you do not wish to be photographed, you must contact us at






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