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The Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery is a City of Fremantle subsidised art facility that promotes a wide range of contemporary art by providing low cost gallery and project spaces in a central location. Located in Fremantle’s historic west end, this heritage-listed venue has been an important part of Fremantle’s art community since 1994.

The Moores has six individual exhibition spaces and supports exhibition development and partnerships with artists, arts organizations and communities by providing subsidized rental spaces, developmental assistance and information services for exhibitors.

The Moores Building
46 Henry Street, Fremantle WA
Galleries open 10am – 4pm, 7 days
Moore & Moore Cafe open 8am - 4pm, 7 days

To find out more about the Moores contact Coordinator Richie Kuhaupt on 08 9432 9898 or richiek@fremantle.wa.gov.au

Managed by Fremantle Arts Centre.

 
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Moores Building: For the Love of Painting  
Moores Building: For the Love of Painting
For the Love of Painting is a group exhibition featuring artists Karen Ball, Yadj Campbell, Louise Flavelle, Colin Muscroft, Francis Koenig, Joanna Morey, Kay Kiely, Chris Goldberg, Janette Pryor, Margaret Wadham and Nancy Tucker.
 
14 March 2015 - 29 March 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: Remember All My Universes  
Moores Building: Remember All My Universes
Remember All My Universes features first-time collaborators Kate Leslie’s mix of paintings, drawings and prints as she explores the transience of light, and Natalie Scholtz’s colourful paintings depicting botanic scenes of Perth suburbia.
 
11 April 2015 - 26 April 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: The Leaving of Ukraine, through Bloodlands  
Moores Building: The Leaving of Ukraine, through Bloodlands
In The Leaving of Ukraine, through Bloodlands, ceramic artist Luda Korczynskyj weaves the story of her family’s emigration to Fremantle in 1949, using a variety of contemporary and traditional clay techniques.
 
11 April 2015 - 26 April 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: PoD  
Moores Building: PoD
PoD, curated by Lorraine Pichette, presents the work of 26 artists who were invited to explore the concept of Port of Destination and Departure.
 
02 May 2015 - 17 May 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: Perth Places People  
Moores Building: Perth Places People
Perth Places People features post-impressionist paintings of familiar Perth scenes by Garry Boase. From the Barracks Arch to Winthrop Hall, the Fremantle Parade to Mount Elisa and the beach, this exhibition offers a creative slant on our local landscapes.
 
23 May 2015 - 31 May 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: Persistence of Vision  
Moores Building: Persistence of Vision
In Persistence of Vision, Denmark-based artist Kirsten Sivyer has worked directly from the streets of Fremantle to develop a series of images that offer a contemporary view of the city’s heritage, using a combination of painting, photography, drawing and digital production.
 
23 May 2015 - 31 May 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: Habitat, Home and Haunt  
Moores Building: Habitat, Home and Haunt
Habitat, Home and Haunt is a group exhibition exploring Fremantle, as artists Annabelle Williams, Sarah Hannah-Rye, Magali Dincher and Natalie Action each present a unique perspective of our historic port city through ceramics, prints, paper-cuts and illustration.
 
06 June 2015 - 14 June 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: Structurally Sound  
Moores Building: Structurally Sound
Curtin University graduates Fiona Harman and Luke Aleksandrow present Structurally Sound, an exhibition exploring our understanding of spaces.
 
06 June 2015 - 14 June 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moores Building: White Lies  
Moores Building: White Lies
White Lies by Michael O’Connell delves into the half-truths we tell ourselves about our own lives.
 
20 June 2015 - 05 July 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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