Paper Bird Spreads Its Wings in Fremantle People
Jennifer Jackson set up Paper Bird in the Moore’s Building at 46 Henry Street, Fremantle - right next to the Moore & Moore Cafe and Contemporary Art Gallery, coming up 4 years ago.
Interview with Tom Múller in Fremantle People
Tom Múller is both an acclaimed artist and an arts administrator and entrepreneur. He is the Director Programs of PS Arts Space in Packenham Street, Fremantle and the Artistic Director and co-founder of the Fremantle Biennale.
Interview with John Dowson in Fremantle People
John Dowson is a man of many parts. He is currently the President of the Fremantle Society. He has been…
Holden Sheppard Wins Hungerford for ‘Invisible Boys’ in Fremantle People
Geraldton-born writer Holden Sheppard has won the 2018 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award for his manuscript Invisible Boys. Fremantle Shipping News had…
Exhibition ‘Trust’ at Kidogo Arthouse in Fremantle People
Eitan Friedman's one-man jewellery and paintings exhibition opened last Thursday night and closes this Wednesday night, at Kidogo, at Bathers…
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…
Interview with Simon Order in Fremantle People
It's in the air. Dr Simon Order makes ambient electronic music under the name Liminal Drifter. Here is some of…
Interview with Diane Niyati in Fremantle People
Fairy godmothers are not that easy to find, but Fremantle has its own resident fairy godmother - Diane Niyati. Hear Diane tell her story about what makes her, and Freo people, tick. This is recommended listening for Fremantle People of all ages.