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Peter Davidson | Omomuki Painting

Omomuki is a Japanese word meaning warm feeling when observing something that makes you feel happy in the landscape. WA-born, Osaka-based, artist Peter Davidson travelled to the Ishinomaki Ogutsu region in Japan after the 2011 tsunami with a surgeon to make records and donate paintings for the recently constructed temporary medical facilities. The local hospital was totally destroyed when the Tsunami overtopped it, killing all the on-duty doctors, nurses, support staff and patients. Since that visit, Peter says his attitude to painting has shifted towards creating a warmer aesthetic around what he considers beauty. "It may not be everybody's, but it is mine", he says. Opening 12-3pm Saturday 7 July 2018 Open daily 8-29 July, 2018. 10am - 4pm

Peter Zuvela Photography Courses

Peter Zuvela of J Shed Art Studio - Photography Courses Level 1 for beginners WINTER series enroll now. 6 Week Course for a very cool $290.00. Classes will start Sunday 8th of JULY running for six weeks from 10am to 12.30 noon on Sunday mornings. or  WEDNESDAY 11th of JULY running for six weeks from 2pm to 4.30pm. Experience Digital photography classes in small groups with tutor and freelance photographer Peter Zuvela (with an Adv Dip. in Photography). Very practical courses with fun excursions with your camera around beautiful Bathers Beach Fremantle and the West End of Fremantle. learn more techniques with your camera to capture great images carefully structured classes small groups beautiful studio setting for classes run at Bathers Beach hands on photo excursions to learn all about how to use your camera Peter Zuvela has been teaching digital photography for more than 10 years and experience has taught him that it's best to learn photography in small groups within a 6 week period. Photography is a complicated beast and it takes a little extra time and care to get your mind around the fascinating world of photography with an experienced tutor. Private one on one sessions and a Level 2 course for people with some camera experience also available. CONTACT Email: pzuvelaerin@yahoo.comtele: 041 793 9783

Fremantle Round House - 1pm cannon firing

Discover WA’s oldest public building . Find out what the ‘curfew bell’ was used for, how many cells the Round House had in the 1800s, and maybe even get locked up in our stock and pillory! At 1pm (sharp) each day, join us as we fire the cannon and lower the time ball on the Gun Deck next to the Round House. Visitors are welcome to be our ‘Honorary Gunner’ of the day and we accept advance bookings via the Round House website to avoid disappointment - so come and celebrate an anniversary, a birthday, or 'just because'! The Round House is open from 10.30am to 3.30pm daily.

This Is How We Walk on the Moon

An exhibition of snowy installations by Amy Perejuan-Capone inspired by hope and intrepid curiosity in the High Arctic. A vault of seeds, a zeppelin headed north, a rocket to Mars. All in the irrationally misplaced weather, even the most unlikely experiments have a basis in hope. Blizzards are forecast, but the shelter is warm. Come join us in the dome for a mug of hot chocolate (BYO mug!), freshly baked Norwegian seed-bread, and some dome-made dried fruit. And if you like, bring along a piece of fruit to preserve for the collective trail mix! This is how we walk on the Moon explores earnest human endeavour and hope amid uncertainty, inspired by my recent time in Svalbard and Greenland in the High Arctic. Drawing upon the heroic spirit of cooperation that defines the polar regions, sweetly absurd gestures will suggest that collective hard work, communication, curiosity, and bravery are essential for resilience and adaptation. Opening: Saturday 14th July, 5-8pm.  Exhibition continues: 15th - 29th July, Thurs-Sun 11am-5pm. Workshop & Group Chat, Sundays 1-4pm. July 15th, 22nd & 29th. More info below. FREE EVENTS: Ongoing durational performance, blizzard, and quality chats. Daily seed-bread baking and fruit preservation at 11am. Come learn how to make Norwegian ‘knekkebrød’! Workshop & Group Chat, Sundays 1-4pm. July 15th, 22nd & 29th. Part artist-talk, part barn-raising, together we will build our own geodesic dome (great for greenhouses and chicken coops!). Afterwards we will chill and drink tea in the dome while Amy discusses the Arctic inspirations (and climate-anxieties) behind the exhibition. Suitable for ages 14+. Registration recommended, but walk-ins welcome subject to capacity.  To register: RSVP to amy@wilhelmwilhelm.com _ _ _ For more information please visit:   www.amypcapone.com  www.artsource.net.au/WhatsOn Contact via email: amy@wilhelmwilhelm.com Follow on Instagram: @wilhelm_wandering   _ _ _  This project has been supported by the City of Fremantle and Artsource. _ _ _   Accessibility: Due to the age and heritage status of this venue, front access to this exhibition is via a set of four steps. Ramp access is available via Phillimore Street towards Customs Place. Tactile and audio description tours are available upon request. Toilets are available and accessible.

The Hanging Yum Cha

Our Sunday Yum Cha has been revitalized, with a fresh rotating menu and an interactive cocktail teapot experience. Indulge in an 8-course yum cha brunch, with a 3-course cocktail tea service. Each tea-infused cocktail is blended of palette cleansers to compliment the fresh dishes crafted by Head Chef, Leigh Power.Our beautiful cast iron teapots, will be hung down the centre of your table so you can top up your glasses as you go. DJ from 3pm

Brewery Tours at Little Creatures

One shared belief when Little Creatures was just a twinkle in our eyes was that breweries over the years have hardly been the most romantic of places. Hidden behind big brick walls and imposing gates, very little was visible to the passing community. It is our ambition to change all that, to become an open and transparent Brewery that welcomes all walks of life to experience the wonder of brewing. Come on down, say hi and explore our little piece of brewing happiness. Not sure what style of beer is for you? Want to learn about all things brewing along with the Little Creatures story? Brewery Tours with one of our resident hop heads include learning about all the great ingredients we use and the brewing process, along with a guided tasting of all of our beers and ciders. Tours run daily at 12, 1, 2 and 3pm.  To join, head on into the Brewhouse (located directly inside our brewery) before we start and sign up. Must be 18yo to join a brewery tour. We also offer free bike hire. Grab a bike for the day and explore our community. The Brewhouse is also the place to grab some crafty gear and pick up a six-pack of your favourite beer. There's a great outdoor area and since we welcome all walks of life, feel free to bring your pooch down too.

Fremantle High Tea

WEEKEND HIGH TEA Indulge in a sweet treat, a savoury bite, a spot of tea and a tipple or three at The Harbour Master’s Weekend High Tea. Located in the iconic Esplanade Hotel Fremantle, the decadent dining room will be set every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm to 4pm for you to enjoy a bit of afternoon delight. The British tradition of High Tea began in the mid-1700s, initially for the working man. It was taken standing up or sitting on tall stools, thus ‘high’. Gradually, this afternoon meal became more known as an important event on the social calendars of Ladies and Gentlemen of the upper classes. So now we invite you, the Ladies and Gentlemen of Perth, to book your Weekend High Tea experience in Fremantle from just $38 per person. You’ll be treated to three-tiers of delicious bites, view the menu here, served with bottomless T-Series Dilmah gourmet teas. Upgrade your afternoon with a Sparkling High Tea for $48 per person including a glass of Chandon Brut NV or a Luxe High Tea for $54 per person including a glass of Mumm Brut NV or a gin-inspired cocktail on arrival. · Classic $38pp: three-tiers of sweet & savoury treats and bottomless pots of T-Series Dilmah teas · Sparkling $48pp: classic high tea plus a glass of Chandon Brut NV on arrival · Luxe $54pp: classic high tea plus a glass of Mumm Brut NV or a gin-inspired cocktail on arrival  SPECIAL OCCASIONS If you have an extra special occasion to celebrate, you can book the Calista Private Dining room and we’ll work with you to create an indulgent afternoon of delights for you and your guests. The Harbour Master High Tea in Fremantle, Perth is perfect for hen’s parties, baby showers, birthdays and more. For enquiries, call 9432 4881 or email dining_esplandaefremantle@evt.com.

Sunday Jazz Sessions at Creatures NextDoor

Wrap up your week with live jazz from 4:30-7:30 every Sunday at Creatures NextDoor. Enjoy our sharing styled menu, one of our beers and ciders or a great Aussie wine, put your feet up and soak up a sunset. Located just around the corner from the brewery, Creatures NextDoor is a cosy, relaxed lounge with a little bit of spunk. It boasts some serious views of the Fishing Boat Harbour – a perfect location for sunsets.  Love your music?  We also host live local bands every Thursday from 6pm. Come join us for some eclectic beats, drinks, nibbles, and a great evening soaking up the best Fremantle has to offer! 

Happy Hour Fremantle

The best hotel bars for happy hour in Fremantle (Western Australia). Whether it's the amount of work we need to do, conflicting priorities, or just too many... stepping into a bar that offers HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY, 5-6pm, is just what you need to relax after a long day trying to multitask. The choice is yours! Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges introduces happy hour with a variety of drinks on special at Marine Lounge Bar and Ball & Chain to cater for whatever mood you're in.Marine Lounge Bar Happy Hour FremantleSelected wines & draught beers $4; standard spirits $5; cocktail of the week $10. If you're into jazz music and prefer to hide away from the crowd, open a bottle of wine, uncover all the exuberance of musical tornado while you sit back and relax in a comfortable armchair... then the Marine Lounge Bar should be your pick to enjoy the genre over a few drinks.Ball & Chain Happy Hour FremantleMatilda Bay Craft Beer on tap $7; selected wines & spirits $5. On the other hand, the Ball & Chain offers a more casual backyard hipster hangout atmosphere along with the widest range of Matilda Bay Craft beer on Tap and one of the most geographically extensive, epic whiskey menus in Fremantle. For a casual afternoon or evening we recommend you head to the historic pub – Ball & Chain. The Poolside Bar$7 pints, $5 glass of wine, buy one cocktail get the second half price. It’s twice as nice at The Poolside Bar with great offers Happy Hour Thursday to Saturday, 1pm to 2pm & 6pm to 7pm throughout summer. Want more?As you know the silly season is just around the corner... we are giving away great prizes at the Marine Lounge Bar including your chance to WIN AN OFFICE PARTY and/or WIN A COMPLIMENTARY DINNER ON US at The Harbour Master! Simply drop your business card at the bar to be in the draw to win these great prizes, valid for redemption Monday - Thursday.

CrafTea for a Cause

Something super lovely and crafty is brewing in Fremantle, and anyone and everyone is invited. Cirqlate, Sun & Flower Studios and The Local have teamed up to provide you with exciting plans for Monday nights. We like to think of it as 'craft club for people who don't do craft club', which means there are no prerequisites or expectations or snobby crafters telling you you're not crafting right. All forms of arts and craft are encouraged, and we will have ample wool and collage materials available for anyone who needs project inspiration. Everyone is welcome, so come along! WHERE: The Local, South Freo WHEN: 6.30pm-8.30pm Monday evenings COST: Donation to headspace Fremantle

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Fiona Omeenyo & Rosella Namok

Contemporary Indigenous artists: Fiona Omeenyo and Rosella Namok from Lockhart River community on Cape York in Northern Queensland, show paintings that reflect the stories, people and landscape of their coastal homeland. Their unique style of thick layers of paint overlaid and scraped back to reveal earlier layers, gives a sense of the lush tropical landscape and bright light. It also reflects the importance of the meanings and stories associated with the land, the sea and the ceremonies that connect all together.

Transform your public speaking confidence

One of the best ways to build your confidence is to do public speaking.  One of the best ways to start your public speaking journey is by joining Fremantle Quaynote Toastmasters. We meet every Monday evening from 6 pm - 7.30 pm at the Fremantle Bowls Club, with supper to follow. Come to your first meeting for free to find out what it's all about.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/242039039618528/