Support local artists this festive season with a visit to Bazaar, Perth’s longest running makers market, at Fremantle Arts Centre from Friday 30 November to Sunday 2 December. Kira caught up with Bazaar vendors Gaelle Beech from The Anjelms Project, Amy Eaton from Oh Happy Home, Julie Ramsay from Bed Tonic and Peter Milligan from Peter Milligan Ceramics to talk about their festive style, wish lists and best sellers.
Fremantle Arts Centre
The Revealed Exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre features works by more than 80 of the best new and emerging WA Aboriginal artists, showcasing the diverse and vibrant state of contemporary Aboriginal art. All works in the exhibition are for sale.
Erin Coates is in charge of coordinating and curating Special Projects at Fremantle Arts Centre. This year it includes coordinating the entire Revealed event. Kira caught up with Erin ahead of the exhibition and WA Aboriginal Art Market.
Revealed hits Fremantle Arts Centre this weekend, with a celebration of Aboriginal art in Western Australia. With an exhibition running from 8 April to 21 May, visitors have a chance to see paintings, prints, wood carvings, photography, textiles, video, weaving and more by over 75 of the best new and emerging WA Aboriginal artists. Plus, the annual Revealed WA Aboriginal Art Market will transform the Fremantle Arts Centre Front Garden into a bustling marketplace this Saturday 8 April with Aboriginal art centres from across the state selling original, affordable works.
One of the artists involved in Revealed Exhibition is young Noongar man Peter Farmer. Claire caught up with Peter to chat about his two passions – art and footy.
Welcome to the 2016 edition of our Christmas Gift Guides! Here we have some fun ideas for inexpensive gifts, each available from Perth stores or Perth designers. It might be an office Secret Santa pressie that you’re on the hunt for, or you want to grab a little something for your brother’s new girlfriend who is coming to meet the family for the first time. And don’t forget, it’s always good to have a spare wrapped gift or two under the tree in case unexpected guests pop around and they have something for you! Anything from this selection of gems will be well received, no doubt about it.
Welcome to the 2016 edition of our Christmas Gift Guides! Whether it’s your daughter or son, your niece or nephew, your grandchild or your best mate’s kid, we’ve got you covered with some neat gifts for the little people in your life. These local retailers have clever and creative products that they’ll just love!
Welcome to the 2016 edition of our Christmas Gift Guides! People always say that men are hard to buy for, but we’ve got you sorted with this list of products – all from local retailers or designers of course – that will satisfy even the fussiest fellas in your life. (We also think these double as some pretty good lady gifts too!) Check out the goods below.
Welcome to the 2016 edition of our Christmas Gift Guides! Today we present to you our curated lists of products – all from local retailers or designers. Scroll down to swoon over our top finds for the ladies in your life. Your sister, your bestie, your mama, your girlfriend, your nanna or your boss – there’s something for each of them in here.
For 10 days the the heart of Fremantle will be transformed into a display of vibrant culture and thought-provoking events. The 2016 Fremantle Festival will run from 28 October to 6 November with a series of ticketed and free shows. Below we have listed all our top picks from this year’s program, and you can browse the full program of events of here.
From 9 April to 29 May, the Fremantle Arts Centre will host the Revealed exhibition, which showcases new and emerging Aboriginal artists from across Western Australia. Featuring paintings, prints, wood carvings, photography, textiles, videos and weaving from 22 Aboriginal art centres, the exhibition presents the work of artists from remote communities alongside those from regional towns and metropolitan Perth.
Living in the south-west of WA, photographer Russell Ord is famous for risking life and limb and riding the big waves for the perfect shot. Russell’s work will be on display at Fremantle Arts Centre’s upcoming exhibition, Frontier Surfing, where we are all invited to witness his exploration of the intense relationship between the waves, the board and the rider.