We are excited to share with you the next chapter in Six Two Three Zero's passion in using public art as a catalyst for cultural change & strengthened community : Outside the Box. We will be transforming 20 electrical boxes throughout Bunbury's CBD into unique characters one brush stroke at a time in March 2017 - further extending on the already existing walking mural art trail created from ReDiscover 2014-16.
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Come along this weekend and next to check out the installations along Mandjar Square and Smart Street Mall all promoting a more vibrant streetscape in Mandurah!
This December, James Giddy will be hosting his 5th Solo Exhibition, this time taking over Common Ground Collective on High Street in Fremantle.
The team at Studio281 are excited to present the fourth solo exhibition from one our favourite local mural artists, Paul Deej.
Come & celebrate the official launch of the ReDiscover Publication
Your public art is amazing, but are your application forms and proposals letting you down?Are you confident you’re answering the questions and impressing the interview panel? Give yourself a chance and join experienced Arts Consultant Paula Silbert for her latest workshop, "Public Art Ache. OMG! Those applications and Interviews."
To celebrate the completion of the latest gallery space to hit Perth, the Ferguson Foundry team are hosting the official Grand Opening Party on the 29th of October.
There Is proudly presents the Australian exclusive exhibition ‘Icons and Idols’ by world-class celebrity photographer Douglas Kirkland. Featuring over 22 iconic photographs, this collection of limited edition prints provides an intriguing glimpse into over 50 years of the entertainment industry.
In 1961, a 27 year old Kirkland was unaware that one photo shoot with Marilyn Monroe, the sexiest woman in the world, would set his career on a new course. Since then Kirkland has photographed countless models, celebrities and actors such as Sophia Loren, Andy Warhol, Coco Chanel, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Robert De Niro, Michael Jackson, John Lennon plus many more.
Andy Quilty’s work explores notions of status, belonging and sense of place within the banality of suburban Australian culture. Quilty interrogates personal histories, exploring the role of observer, participant and perpetrator in a post-colonial context. Big Heads, Little Heads and Burnout Paintings features a mixture of new and previous styles – consisting of large scale burnout abstracts, small scale and portraits, figurative paintings and large scale works with ball point pen.
Perth – The Way We Worked will be revealed through different mediums including; exhibitions, guided walks, fascinating talks by passionate presenters, workshops, and interactive drama and music presentations in associated open buildings.
People of Perth - get ready for "Blackout", a new exhibition by Anastacia Vorobyeva and friends including Arcadian Dreams an Orphelia Roberts.
It’s time to Take A Seat, with over 25 talented artists inspired to raise funds for spinal cord injury in the art auction of the year.
Whether it’s classical music, vintage cars or retro fashion that rocks your boat, the Fremantle Heritage Festival’s ‘choose your own heritage’ theme explores the colourful history that has shaped Fremantle into one of Lonely Planet’s top cities to visit in 2016.
'Life on Mars’ showcases the work of visual artist Andy Faraday and his recent exploration of Western Australia’s wilderness, through a spectacle of light and colour.
Become immersed in exquisite airbrush and aerosol designs, as Jerome Davenport delivers his most anticipated exhibition yet. The collection of thirty works will exhibit over two days in Perth’s ‘Fridays Studio’.
Re.Discover Bunbury is happening again this month and this year's art festival is going to be bigger and better than ever!
Valley of the Nightflowers is a dynamic group exhibition that gloriously and unashamedly celebrates wild women and intriguing night flowers. Hosted at Linton & Kay Gallery in Perth city, the exhibition will run from November 8-22 and features new works by 11 of WA's finest female artists.
Variations of Style is happening in Bayswater for three days and will feature works from a heap of local street artists including ArtbyDestroy, Daek William, Idol Motions, Ladie Poise, Sazar, Shime and more.
Presented by THERE IS and in the spirit of Halloween, "Things That Go Bump in the Night" explores the themes of iconography, costumes, monsters and commonality. The exhibition is a thought provoking body of work which will make you think twice about judging others on appearances.
DEAD ICONS is a special event art show by Perth artists Paul Deej & Hi8us to celebrate the icons of stage and screen that are gone but never forgotten. Strictly a one night event, entry is FREE and all artwork will be for sale.
Daek William is one of Perth's hottest urban artists right now and his upcoming exhibition, "The Sword and Society", is happening at Linton & Kay Galleries in August.
Join us at The Backlot Studios in West Perth for an exclusive one-off screening of 'Street Art: A PUBLIC Affair' by Three Tree Productions. The documentary follows a street art festival called PUBLIC which takes place in Perth, Western Australia, every April.
Some of Perth's best street and urban artists are getting together to host an exhibition at Little Creatures Brewery.
Created by local artist Jerome Davenport, DISTINGUISHED is the first group show and opening of UP on Hay STudios.
The event that puts an ‘up the anti’ into ‘oxidant’, One Sugar To Go (OSTG) is an annual event which raises vital funds to help those affected by cancer. Artists from across the globe transform lifeless canvas into stunning coffee-inspired works of art, which are then auctioned on the night with proceeds donated to the Leukaemia Foundation.
Cord Fundraiser is an annual art-based event which raises vital funds for the Fiona Stanley Hospital Spinal Cord Injury Unit.
A centrepiece of PUBLIC 2015 will be an international symposium exploring the value of creativity in building dynamic places. Speakers include local and international leaders in the arts, architecture, urban planning, technology and philanthropy.