public art

The Creative: Shakey Jakey

Published on October 25, 2018
Categories - Blog, Featured, Homepage, Q&A, The Creative

Jacob Butler is a North Fremantle artist who has made a name for himself through his unique,
self-taught painting style. Dubbed ‘Shakey Jakey’ due to a tremor he has had since birth, despite this
Jacob can paint with amazing life-like detail. He has been commissioned to create a Fremantle-inspired mural on the iconic North Fremantle liquor store, Old Bridge Cellars. Kira had a chat with Shakey about painting, community engagement and Bon Scott.

One Word For Snow: Q&A with Artist Amy Perejuan-Capone

Published on July 12, 2017
Categories - Blog, Featured, Homepage, Q&A

One Word for Snow is a public art project by the Fremantle-based artist, Amy Perejuan-Capone. The project, where the artist staged sporadic, artificial blizzards around Perth CBD and Northbridge for a period of one month, was commissioned by TRANSART for the City of Perth Winter Arts Season. Lydia caught up with Amy over a cup of tea to reflect upon the month that has been.

FORM Presents PUBLIC 2016

Published on March 31, 2016
Categories - Blog, Events, Read About

In 2014 FORM held their first PUBLIC festival, facilitating a city-wide program of street art that continues to stop both visitors and Perth locals in their tracks. Now in its third year, PUBLIC 2016 returns from 1-17 April to engage and inspire us all. Here we take a look at this year’s program and how you can get involved, plus we are giving away tickets to the PUBLIC Forum this weekend.

Treats for Your Thursday

Published on November 5, 2015
Categories - Blog, Read About, Treats for your Thursday

1. Russian Resurrection Film Festival GIVEAWAY

Eighteen new Russian films will premiere at the 12th Russian Resurrection Film Festival, the Perth leg opening at Cinema Paradiso on 12 November.

The Creative: Artist Stormie Mills

Published on November 3, 2015
Categories - Blog, Read About, The Creative

It’s about time we featured the one and only Stormie Mills as our Creative, don’t you think? When you think of people making a difference to the art and culture of our city, Stormie is regularly towards the top of the list. Along with his wife Melissa Lekias, Stormie has opened a new gallery space in Northbridge called There Is, which is how hosting an exhibition of Stormie’s latest work entitled Things That Go Bump in the Night. It is showing now until 8 November, so get down and see it. We have popped a few sneak peeks through this interview, too!