1. Art exhibition from Ireland presented by Kidogo Arthouse Fremantle
Padraig McCaul exhibits his beautiful original oil paintings and enhanced prints.
Padraig is an Irish artist from Achill Island, Co. Mayo.
It’s in the wonderful Kidogo Arthouse in a most beautiful part of the World!!
Arthurs Head Reserve
2. 25 under 25, 2017 Art Award
The City of Fremantle’s annual award ’25 under 25’ is being held at the Moores Building.
It is an exhibition for WA artists aged 14-25.
Wonderful artwork by creative emerging artists.
There will also be a free information session on the 23rd July 12-2pm with presentations from Artrsource, Propel Youth Arts and the Department of culture and the arts.
17th July 10.00-4.00pm
18th July 10.00-4.00pm
46 Henry Street
3. PS Art Space presents Another Antipodes Exhibition Finnisage
The exhibition URBAN AXIS presents the work of 40 South African artists.
Performance, video, painting…
Another Antipodes co-curator and producer Gerald Sanyangore along with PS Artspace farewell this incredible exhibition of contemporary art from Africa.
(PS Artspace is an incredible space for contemporary art, culture, design and a lot more! If you haven’t been there before, make sure you ‘check it out’ soon.)
There will be great music and celebration.
For the after party- Hidden Treasures starts at 8.30
RSVP is essential
20th July 6.30-8.30pm
22 Pakenham St
4. Japingka Gallery- Yam Dreaming
Head to Gallery 1 to view the exquisite work of the Warlpiri, Alyawarr and Anmatyere artists.
The ‘Yam Dreaming narratives of Central and Western Deserts reflects the crucial role this food source played in the lives of traditional people’.
At the centre of the work is the very important message of social harmony and sustainability.
21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th July
47 High Street
5. Glow painting Workshop presented by Workshop Freo
For something a little bit different and a lot wonderful, come along to the Bathers Beach Arts Precinct to help celebrate Blazing Swan’s Kraken: A mid winter’s blaze.
Glow painting with neon materials under back light.
You can even have a glow in the dark cocktail whilst you are painting your body.
Workshop Freo collaborate with James Wick and Blazing Swan’s Rainbow tribe.
You won’t want to miss this glowing event!
online tickets work-shop.com.au
15 Mrs Trivett Place
6. Luna on SX
Revelation Film Festival
Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival
Catch a film from the Revelation Film Festival until the 19th.
On the 18th ‘The untold tales of Armistead Maupin @ 6-45pm or ‘Sound and Fury’ @ 8.40pm
Then the Scandinavian Film festival starts at Luna on the 20th.
Check the website
for screening times/dates
Luna on SX
13 Essex St
7. Kraken: a midwinters blaze
Blazing Swan inc and City of Fremantle
Free community activities at the Bathers Beach Art Precinct for the whole family.
Welcome to Country, Acoustic music, craft markets, fashion.
An effigy burning on the beach at Sunset with fire twirling and drumming.
Food trucks, Drinks at Kidogo, roving entertainment and so much more.
Don’t miss this incredible event
Bathers Beach, The Roundhouse and the J Shed
8. Emily Leung plays Bruch
Come along to the newly restored Fremantle Town Hall to listen to the incredible Emily Leung performing the Bruch Violin concerto.
Fremantle Chamber Orchestra will perform Beethoven’s overture Leonore 1 and will close with Mendelsshon’s Symphony 3
online tickets premier.ticketek.com
Fremantle Town Hall
8 William St Fremantle
9. Hidden Treasures Week 3
It’s week 3 of Hidden Treasures-
great bands, wonderful musicians of ‘old’, magical venues…. and a musical tram.
This week Helen Shanahan, Big Orange, Thee Loose Hounds, DJ Peter Bell, The Shakeys, The Volcanics, Chldsaint,
Bats,FOAM, Day of the Dead, The Neptunes, Grievous Bodily Calm, Demon Day, Steve Parkin and more…
Buy your $20 ticket at the door, it will give you entry to all six Hidden Treasures venues.
Venues in the West End, visit the site for details
10. Ian Strange ISLAND at the Fremantle Arts Centre
Perth raised but NY based artist Ian Strange is at F.A.C for his latest exhibition ISLAND.
This exhibition explores the themes of family, community and safety as Strange investigates architecture and the home.
‘Approaching it through the metaphor of the desert island, a place of refuge and sovereignty but simultaneously entrapment,
Strange highlights how fragile and unstable home is in the wake of the GFC and the ensuing housing crisis.’
Strange rose to international prominence as a street artist in the early 2000’s.
Friday 21st July opening
then.. 22nd July-16th September
South Wing F.A.C
1 Finnerty Street