Archive for month: July, 2018
FSN WANTS YOU! in Shipping News
Fremantle Shipping News is pleased to invite expressions of interest from Freo people and Freo-minded people who would like to…
The End of an Era in Shipping News
Two of the most regular visitors to Fremantle will shortly be phased out in the coming months. The Margaret River…
Creating the Illusion of Space in Architecture + Urban Design
Live in a small place? Here are an interior designer’s tips to create the illusion of space.
Freo Grooves in Fremantle People
Well, we know that. But here's proof! In their book, Freo Groove: Musicians of Fremantle published by UWA Publishing, to…
Seen Portside 17 July 2018
We love this Port where the ships loom large. We simply can’t stay away. A few snaps from Portside..
CLOSE-UP – Performance by Seamus Jim Hughes and Guests in Life, Law & Culture
Close-up is an attempt to bring both the audience and the performer together in an intimate shared experience of performance,…
The Fremantle artists who found new ways of seeing the everyday in Life, Law & Culture
FSN loved this article written by Professor Ted Snell. The article was written in 2014 and discusses the ‘Fremantle Realists’ exhibition that was held at the Fremantle Arts Centre at that time.
Jim Ryan – Great Grandson of Captain George Anthony of the Catalpa in Life, Law & Culture
Get onboard at the Maritime Museum, Fremantle to hear this ‘one-off’ story from a direct descendant of Captain George Anthony…