Located in Fremantle’s historic west end, the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery is a City of Fremantle subsidised art gallery offering a diverse showcase of contemporary art by local and national artists in low cost exhibition and project spaces.
Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery is open daily
Galleries Open 10am–4pm
Moore & Moore Café 7am–4pm
Closed Christmas Day & New Year’s Day
46 Henry Street, Fremantle WA 6160
PO Box 891, Fremantle WA 6959
08 9432 9898
Parking & Getting Here
Free 30 minute parking bays are available on High Street, bordering Henry Street. Paid parking is available on Henry Street and the surrounding streets.
The Moores Building is a 10 minute walk from Fremantle Train Station.
Six exhibition spaces are available for hire to artists, arts organisations and communities.
For further information and to hire an exhibition space contact Richie Kuhaupt, Moores Building Exhibitions Manager on 9432 9898 or [email protected].
The Moores Building is managed by Fremantle Arts Centre.
Runs 13 – 16 Apr
Fremantle will be host to Choralfest 2019, a celebration of choral music which presents 2,500 singers in 40 choirs performing in 17 venues. Featuring prominent choirs from around Australia as well as New Zealand, Botswana and Singapore, the program includes talks and the opportunity to participate in a choir – Children, Youth or Community. Full program information at choralfest.org.au
Art by Eight
Opening Fri 26 Apr | 6pm | Free
Exhibition Runs 27 Apr – 12 May
Art by Eight is an exhibition by local artists Fran Vaux Koenig, Joanna Morey, Chris Goldberg, Janette Pryor, Yadj Campbell, Kay Kiely, Susanna Hawkes and Lietta Jacobs. Each artist brings their own particular artistic concerns and styles which include landscape, portraiture and abstract paintings, as well as 3D media.
Aurora Baldivis: Earth, Sky and Water
Opening Fri 17 May | 6pm | Free
Exhibition Runs 18 May – 2 Jun
Aurora Baldivis: Earth, Sky and Water is the first solo exhibition by African born local artist Ikechukwu Onwuegbuna, showcasing various aspects of the artist’s painting practice including landscape, still-life and portraits. Principally executed in the conventional medium of oil, acrylic and charcoal on canvas, the works also incorporates 3D devices such as resin and various metals.
Opening Fri 7 Jun | 6pm | Free
Exhibition Runs 8 – 23 Jun
Track features the work of artists Annette Davis, Sue Dennis, Yvonne Dorricott, Carol Farmer, Lianne Jay and Margaret Sanders reflecting on their shared experience of walking sections of the Bibbulum Track. The exhibition includes prints, drawings, frottage, textiles and installations.