Fremantle Festival 2016

In 2016, the Fremantle Festival will continue its evolution to become a fully curated arts festival highlighting Fremantle’s vibrant culture and providing inspiration for festival goers and artists alike.Centred around the festival hub at the Fremantle Town Hall and incorporating selected key venues such as the Fremantle Arts Centre, the ten-day festival presents a range of high quality and  thought provoking  ticketed and free shows.Festival favourites Wardarnji aboriginal cultural celebration, Children's Fiesta and the Street Parade will all be making a comeback alongside highlights of this year's program including speakers Waleed Aly, Clementine Ford and Stan Grant, music from Bernard Fanning, CW Stoneking and The Drones, a boundary pushing classical music program, a range of original theatre productions and much, much more!Tickets on sale now.  Lotterywest has proudly supported Fremantle Festival for almost 20 years. It’s a great example of how money raised from the sale of Lotterywest games goes back to the community through grants to improve the lives of people throughout Western Australia.

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Ghostly Tour with Dinner

A Night Time Tour of Fremantle Creepiest Places that includes a Fish and Chip Supper! Join us every Friday night as we take a torchlight tour of Fremantle's oldest buildings, with the tram seating converted to dining car style. With other stops and surprises along the way your driver will entertain you with the historic background of the buildings and tales of some of Fremantle's earliest residents, some of who may choose to put in an appearance! At each stop we take a torchlight walking tour of the grounds*. Included in your evening is a Cicerellos fish 'n' chip supper** and a soft drink served at your table.  Tour Highlights: Fremantle Prison (A full Torchlight Tour with a prison guide) The Roundhouse - The first prison in WA Fremantle Arts Centre* (the Old Asylum) or Fremantle Cemetery (the final resting place of some notorious gaol residents)  

George Tuckerbox

George Tuckerbox presents his paintings from the Great Sandy Desert at Japingka Gallery, opening on Friday 2 September. While Tuckerbox has exhibited with his fellow community artists since 2003, this will be his first solo show. Tuckerbox lives at Wangkatjungka in the south-east corner of the Kimberley and made his first paintings in mid 1990s. He walked in from the desert with his family when he was a child. His recognition maps of the desert are his testimony to his ancestral desert homelands.

Esplanade Youth Plaza

The award winning Esplanade Youth Plaza is located in the heart of Fremantle on the  south eastern corner of Fremantle's Esplanade Reserve. This facility is an iconic world class $1.6M plaza and has one of the most impressive skateboarding areas ever seen in Perth. Featuring an extensive street section that caters for all ages as well as a central focal marine buoy in the middle of the bowl section. The plaza also caters for a variety of other interests such as ping pong, rock climbing, slacklining and parkour. Workshops are run regularly for skateboarding and parkour during the school holidays. The plaza is adjacent to a large playground providing plenty of things to do for younger kids. Come on down for a great day out at the park with great cafe's and restaurants at Fishing Boat Harbour, Essex Street, High Street West End and the South Terrace Cappuccino strip just a five minute stroll.

Gosia Wlodarczak Many Happy Landings

The City of Fremantle Art Collection presents an expansive survey exhibition into the digital print practice of award-winning artist and 2014 FAC Print Award Winner Gosia Wlodarczak. Featuring Wlodarczak’s ‘process capsules’, these prints, photo collages and an animated sound drawing will be exhibited alongside the photography of Longin Sarnecki whose work visually explains Wlodarczak’s process. Drawing upon works produced over the past nine years, the exhibition will also include a new piece made in response to a Collection print by Polish/Australian printmaker Lidia Groblicka (1933-2012). Opening Night: 22 September 6.30PMExhibition Run: 23 September - 12 November

Red Umbrella Art Gallery

Beautiful Contemporary Art Gallery. Representing some of Australia's best established and emerging Artists, we specialize in unique, colourful kiln formed glass sculptures and wall panels, hand blown vessels and nudes, original oil and acrylic paintings, metal free standing sculptures and vibrant jewellery. Arguably the most beautiful private Art Gallery South of the River, we are situated in the midst of South Fremantle's cafe strip, just 1.5kms South of the Fremantle City Centre, with easy parking and on the free CAT bus route. A "must see" if you delight in art, creativity and beauty.

Pigeonhole

Pigeonhole first opened in October 2007 as a tiny, one-stop fashion and gift store tucked away in a heritage arcade in Perth. Founder, Johann Kim, a then 25-year-old Perth local, sought to create a unique retail experience drawn from years of travelling the far corners of the globe. Now with 7 stores around the country, a wholesale office in Sydney and a production office in Seoul, the Pigeonhole story is a David & Goliath tale where the youthful energy of a motely crew of ‘twenty something’s’ has managed to defy all odds and grow into a multi-national business and community.  

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