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ARTS Impact winners announced

25 May 2022

ARTS Impact WA, the state’s new philanthropic collective, has selected and announced the winners of its first funding round at a special event held at Freo.Social.

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What to SEE

What to SEE: June gig guide

23 May 2022

Wondering what to SEE this June? Check out Seesaw Mag’s gig guide for the hottest tips across theatre, music, circus, dance, visual arts and more!

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A lucky dip of dance

20 May 2022

With 12 short new dance works on offer, you’re bound to find something you like at STRUT Dance’s “Short Cuts”, promises Nina Levy.

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MC_Freakley_For You, Danielle Freakley, detail: For You, 2019-2022. Volcanic rock, water clear polyurethane, ink. Dimensions variable. Danielle Freakley's 'For You' looks like a crashing wave made of glass. Danielle Freakley peels back the layers
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Danielle Freakley peels back the layers

18 May 2022

A local artist with an international reputation, Danielle Freakley seems driven by a desire to find out what we really want to say to each other. And ahead of her exhibition at Moore Contemporary, she tells Nina Levy what she really wants to say.

Reading time • 10 minutesVisual Art
A collection of sculptures by Nazerul Ben-Dzulkefli. The sculptures are made of a metal, maybe bronze, and glint in the light. They are somewhat human in shape, with horn like features. Calling on spirits, demi-gods and unseen beings
What to SEE

Calling on spirits, demi-gods and unseen beings

11 May 2022

Artist Nazerul Ben-Dzulkefli may be a recent graduate but he’s already making a name for himself at Perth’s independent galleries, with ceramic works that draw on the rich tapestry of his Malay-Javanese upbringing in Singapore’s cultural melting pot.

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Toast actor Anna Lindstedt is in rehearsal. She sits on a floral armchair, with her legs flopped over one of its arms. She wears overear headphones and is holding open a copy of Stephanie Meyer's 'New Moon'. She looks annoyed. What to SEE: Toast
What to SEE

What to SEE: Toast

3 May 2022

Liz Newell’s Toast charmed audiences when it premiered at The Blue Room Theatre in 2017. Now it’s taking to the State Theatre stage, thanks to a collaboration between The Blue Room and Black Swan State Theatre Company.

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Local threads

18 April 2022

It’s one thing to buy locally designed clothes… but what about locally designed fabric? Nina Levy did some digging and discovered a plethora of textile designers working right here in WA.

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A woman, dressed in an outfit to look like Ellen Ripley, from Alien, carrying a squalling baby. What to SEE: Earthside
What to SEE

What to SEE: Earthside

12 April 2022

Former showgirl Kaitlin Tinker is making her debut as a playwright, with a work that reimagines the story of Alien’s Ellen Ripley as an allegory for the modern woman’s experience of pregnancy, birth and beyond.

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Carla Adams, Yearning and Longing, 2022, polyester cord, acrylic eyes, lava stone and glass beads. 32 x 27cm each. Two faces, made of pink coiled cord What to SEE: May gig guide
What to SEE

What to SEE: May gig guide

7 April 2022

Wondering what to SEE this May? Check out Seesaw Mag’s new gig guide for the hottest tips across theatre, music, dance, visual arts and more!

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio