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  • What to SEE: Fringe World this January
    Features

    What to SEE: Fringe World this January

    10 January 2022

    Feeling overwhelmed by the Fringe World program? Fear not, Seesaw Mag’s editors have combed this year’s offerings to find something for everyone.

    Reading time • 10 minutesFringe World Festival
  • Shirley Van Sanden plays Mary Diana Dods in Suzanne Ingelbrecht’s upcoming '2 Marys' for FRINGE ’22. Photo: Chris Horgan, Organic Productions. A headshot of a woman dressed as a man. She wears a black top hat and suit jacket over a white shirt. She holds what looks like the top of a cane in front of her. Her eyes are wide and her mouth is pursed. She has drawn on stubble on her face. ‘2 Marys’: a story of cross-gendered courage
    The Festival Sessions

    ‘2 Marys’: a story of cross-gendered courage

    5 January 2022

    Rich in Frankenstein imagery, 2 Marys is bringing a transgressive true tale of love, betrayal and abandonment to Midland Junction Arts Centre this month.

    Reading time • 8 minutesFringe World Festival
  • Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts
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    Podcasts

    Introducing Your Arts Playground, Seesaw’s new podcast

    30 June 2021

    Not sure where to find out what’s happening in WA’s arts scene? Feel like you’re always hearing about the cool new shows, concerts and exhibitions after they’ve finished? Check out Your Arts Playground, a new monthly podcast from Seesaw’s managing editors, Nina Levy and Rosalind Appleby.

    Reading time • 7 minutesMulti-arts
  • A series of creatures made of pom poms. Each pom has a face and legs Breaking the rules to tantalise the senses
    Reviews

    Breaking the rules to tantalise the senses

    14 June 2021

    Who says artworks should be for the eyes only? In two new exhibitions, DADAA offers a multi-sensory experience that feels fun and refreshing, writes Kim Kirkman.

    Reading time • 8 minutesVisual Art
  • Pictured top: Whiskey & Boots are, from left, Georgia King, Tom Garvey, Holly Garvey, and Mark Storen. who swings between performing and playing music in ‘Mama Stitch’. Photo supplied A woman sits on a stool. She wears headphones and appears to be speaking. To her left are a group of musicians, also seated. They are in a room, the walls of which are festooned with framed photographs. Dear Mum …
    Reviews

    Dear Mum …

    22 February 2021

    Claire Coleman is moved by the retelling of the honest and extraordinarily emotional stories of real mothers and offspring in Mama Stitch.

    Reading time • 6 minutesPerth Festival
  • Jan Gunjaka Griffiths, History Beneath the Beauty, 2020, natural pigments on canvas, 70 x 80 cm A painting of a bush setting is framed by ghostly grey leaves against a black backdrop above and muted multicoloured leaves on a great backdrop below. Hit the road with Yoowalkoorl
    Reviews

    Hit the road with Yoowalkoorl

    13 January 2021

    You can take a road trip to some of Western Australia’s most remote locations, without leaving Noongar boodjar, at Midland Junction Arts Centre and AACHWA’s “Yoowalkoorl – Come On, Come Here” exhibition. Barbara Hostalek explains.

    Reading time • 6 minutesFringe World Festival
  • Reading time • 5 minutesVisual Art

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio