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Modern Calligraphy Basics Workshop

Have you been seeing lovely calligraphy works everywhere and wondering how to use a pointed pen to do that? If you're looking to learn a new skill that will allow you to create pretty personalised gift tags and written cards for all the people you love, this is it!  In this 3 hour Modern Calligraphy Basics workshop, Sophia will guide you through the basics of calligraphy - how to assemble your pen and hold it the right way, the basic strokes and letter and word formations, as well as nib care and more. You will also first learn the rules of traditional calligraphy before breaking the rules with a more casual and free-flowing style. At the end of the workshop, we aim to have you walk away with a short motivational phrase written in your very own style. Workshop participants will receive a calligraphy starter kit (worth over $40) with everything they'll be using during the workshop: Workshop booklet prepared by Sophia, personalised place card, Rhodia practice pad, pen holder and 2 nibs, ink, pencil and eraser. This kit is also for you to take home with you so that you can continue practicing and fall deeper in love with this art.This workshop is aimed at those with no experience with calligraphy, as well as those who have some experience with calligraphy using other tools (brush pen, watercolour brush etc) and may want add the pointed pen to their set of skills.  For more details, please visit the website link: As a bonus, sign up before 5 Mar 2018 to receive the early bird priced tickets. We hope to see you there!

Notre Dame Medicine Course Information Session

The University of Notre Dame Australia invites you to join us on campus for Notre Dame’s Medicine Information Session. Information about the Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Pre-Medicine Certificate (PMC) will be discussed including the application and selection process, course structure, and important dates and deadlines. For further information please email us on or call 08 9433 0533.

Cacao Ceremony

Experience a deeply powerful meditation combining medicinal cacao, a sound journey and a sense of the sacred. A place for self-reflection, self-compassion and and a sensual celebration. Clear, warm and respectful. Be welcomed, seated and taken on a journey of sound and cacao...a journey that will take you to your heart - joys, sorrows and letting go. A beautiful soundscape, a divine chocolate drink and a place to stop and rest. "My experience was beautiful and something I will always remember. What a magical journey my mind, body and heart went on. The music was just mind-blowing and I felt every delicate sound, rhythm and drum throughout my body. I haven’t felt such a deep sense of relaxation for a long time. I was also able to tap into a space where my creativity was blocked. I’m feeling fresh, inspired and bursting to create which I have been doing all day yesterday and today"  12 places only. 1.30pm - 4.30pm, $50 North Fremantle


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A Sunday at Guildhall

Usually a private hire wedding and events venue, Guildhall also love to throw a few events of their own. On the last Sunday of each month, the exclusive venue opens the doors to its beautiful heritage bar for the ultimate Sunday session.  Spend a cosy afternoon drinking cocktails at the heritage bar, hanging out with friends in the hidden courtyard or relax in the lounge with its old world charm. It’s what Sundays were made for. ~ Free entry~ Doors 2pm~ House DJ on the decks~ Food by Propeller (if you find yourself peckish)~ Close to the North Fremantle Train Station


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Georgia Reed

Georgia Reed kicked off 2018 with a premiere of her latest single “Wonderland” on Triple J’s Home & Hosed. Not content with mediocrity, she’s just announced single launch shows which include Nannup Festival as well as Eves Karydas and Thando support slots in Sydney and Perth. Wanting to challenge herself, Georgia Reed wrote about things she’s been uncomfortable about in the past. “Wonderland” is about her own experience with abuse. She hopes that the track will help some of her fans become more open to talking about daunting topics. “This song is about an emotionally abusive relationship I was in many years ago. Wonderland is what someone wanted me to be. It wasn’t real. No matter how hard you try, you will never get there because it doesn’t exist.” – Georgia Reed Produced by James Newhouse and mixed by Sean Cook (St. Vincent, Big Scary, Kimbra), Georgia explains it was the most relaxed she’d felt, “I really enjoyed recording ‘Wonderland’. The studio is becoming a place where I can really leave everything behind, like a getaway for me mentally. It’s nice to really dive into your music like that.” Having shared the stage with acts including sleepmakeswaves, Stonefield, The Delta Riggs, and Olympia, she is soon to be gracing us with her alluring sound. Playing with special guests Cloning The Mammoth. “A dramatic, introspective track” – RollingStone AUS “Reed has definitely set herself apart.” – Atwood Magazine US Doors 6 pm | Tickets $14.30 incl. bf

Shadows and Landscapes

Chris Kotchie, a Perth based classical guitarist and composer brings to Fremantle a night of original compositions for solo guitar and flute created by the inspiration of the Australian landscape, ancient cities, artefacts, mythology and the visual arts. Featuring guest artist Kirsten Smith (flute). Come down to be transported into an evocative sound world, of a night of story telling through music.

Jason Arkles Sculpture Lecture

Jason Arkles will be giving a lecture  " The origins  of Renaissance sculpture - how the figure evolved from the Gothic  tradition in Renaissance Italy".  We are so lucky to have Jason here for a five-day intensive course of modelling portraits in clay from life, using the sight-size method.

Next Gen 028

The south’s only mid-week BASS night…4 years strong.Bass culture resides through local DJ talent spinning the filthiest dubstep, trap, DnB and bass-house. Every WEDNESDAY in the heart of Fremantle.Your crew. Balcony chills. Big vibes Check out our Facebook page for the free entry password! 

Minky G Rosco

Want the perfect way to finish off the day? Then relax and unwind with the jazz/pop sounds of Perth songstress Minky G and guitarist Rosco Dwyer. The duo has been playing their brand of chilled acoustic music both nationally and internationally, with catchy originals, and a few well chosen covers. Minky G is making her mark as a quality local singer-songwriter. She’s studied jazz guitar at WAAPA, has played for UK artist Passenger, and once for the American ambassador! Rosco Dwyer compliments her work with his considerable skill as a guitarist, completing the WAAPA Jazz Bachelor course in 2003 and working as a professional musician ever since, including being involved in various national and state tours as well as playing on cruise ships overseas. Minky G & Rosco played their first music tour of the UK (including London) during 2012, and even played some tunes at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations on the Thames!

Gypsys Open Mic Performers Night

Now in our 5th year, this has become one of Freo’s much loved hubs for local musos. This week it’s a fully packed evening of great songwriters and performers. Al fresco live music with tasty tapas, organic wines, home brewed beers and amazing local music … that’s the Freo Style at Gypsys. Starts 7 pm and its FREE !

Carus Thompson - Solo Australian Tour 2018

Globe trotting troubadour Carus Thompson has done it the hard way. Independent, with no commercial radio play, self-managed and funded he’s toured the world alongside The John Butler Trio, The Waifs, Xavier Rudd, Jack Johnson & Pete Murray, selling over 30,000 albums along the way. He’s won his loyal fan base through 20 years of hitting the road, one punter, one gig, one tour at a time, always delivering passionate, energetic, folk-rocking shows that entertain and engage. It’s fitting that in support of his new single and video clip “Starved Myself Pretty” - a sharp, succinct and emotive comment on shows like X factor – he’s heading out around the country in solo mode. No tricks, no backing, just one man, a guitar and his songs. The anti-thesis of the commercial, mainstream, corporate and exploitive approach that the reality music shows take. This is the third and final tour for his lauded ISLAND album, before he takes a break to start writing for album number seven. Don’t miss one of this countries finest pub-rock acoustic singer-songwriters.