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Fringe World, Fringe World Sessions 2019, News, Performing arts, Theatre

Ghosts and dolls

New Ghosts Theatre Company’s founder and director, Lucy Clements, has been busy since graduating from WAAPA just three years ago. Under her guidance, the Sydney-based independent theatre ensemble has produced and presented four works, including The Wind in the Underground, which played Fringe World last year. This year, New Ghosts Theatre returns to Fringe World… Continue reading Ghosts and dolls

Calendar, September, Visual arts

Visual art: Portside Exhibition by Stacy Gardoll Art

16 – 22 Sept. Launch Sunday Sept 17 @ Paperbird Gallery (Above Paperbird Bookstore) – A collection of paintings inspired by Fremantle – the port, the city, and surrounds. Exploring the relationship between the bustling, working port and the natural beauty of the landscape. More info: Email: Please follow and like us:

Features, News, Performing arts

2018 Performing Arts WA Awards nominations

The nominees for the 2018 Performing Arts WA (PAWA) Awards have been announced. Traditionally covering theatre, in 2018 the PAWA Awards were expanded to include dance. The twelve theatre, six dance and five shared design awards will be presented at the 2018 PAWA Awards gala event, Monday 29 April, from 7pm, at the State Theatre… Continue reading 2018 Performing Arts WA Awards nominations

Work by Harrison See
Installation, Mixed media, News, Reviews, Visual arts

In the face of waste

Review: Brenton Rossow, Darren Tynan, Harrison See, Zhang Lianxi  and Rebecca Jensen, “Paradise’s Parasite III” · Spectrum Project Space, ECU Mt Lawley, 13 July · Review by Miranda Johnson · “Paradise’s Parasite III”, at Spectrum Project Space, is a group show that explores humankind’s parasitic relationship with our natural world. Created as a dialogue between Edith Cowan… Continue reading In the face of waste

Features, News, Visual arts

Side by side

What happens when you exhibit amateur and professional art works side by side… and anonymously? You’ll be able to find out at “The State Collection”, a show with that very premise, to be presented next month as part of the 2017 Fremantle Festival. Running at PS Arts Space for the second year, “The State Collection” displays… Continue reading Side by side