Revealed WA Aboriginal Art Market
Online Event / Fri 27 – Sun 29 May
Revealed Exhibition: New + Emerging WA Aboriginal Artists
Sat 7 May – Sun 31 July
FAC Yeah! Community Choir
Fortnightly Tuesdays / 7pm
Curator Tours: Revealed + Nih!
Sat 18 June / 1pm
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2022 Revealed Exhibition: New and Emerging WA Aboriginal ArtistsSat 07 May 2022 — Sun 31 Jul 2022 | 10:00am — 5:00pm
FAC Yeah! Fremantle Arts Centre Community ChoirTue 24 May 2022 | 7:00pm — 8:30pm
It’s a well-known fact that the euphoric endorphin rush you get from belting out a tune is pretty hard to beat. Couple that with belonging to a group of deadset legends and it’s clear to see why community choirs have become so popular in recent years. We’re delighted to introduce FAC Yeah! – Fremantle Arts Centre’s new choir, led by the one and only Natalie Gillespie.
Nih! Yeyi Yorga Waangkiny | Listen! Women Talking NowSat 07 May 2022 — Sun 31 Jul 2022 | 10:00am — 5:00pm
Revealed Exhibition: Tactile TourThu 26 May 2022 | 10:15am — 12:15pm
Feel your way through Revealed with our Tactile Tours. Co-designed with DADAA for people with disability, their friends and carers – our Tactile Tours are led by an experienced guide who will help unearth the themes, and reveal new depths to the works in the 2022 Revealed Exhibition, focusing on sensory and interactive works to encourage discovery and play.
Bold Contemporary Acrylic Painting
Join new tutor Maggie Johnson for a bold new course, to complete a large contemporary painting for your home and be guided through every step of the process from ideation, to composition, choosing a colour pallet, and completing a finished painting.
Learn or refine your skills in portraiture drawing. Learn how to draw each aspect of the face - master the nose, ears and proportion, and find out how to convey expression and character.
Jewellery Design & Techniques Intensive
In this intensive class, learn how to create shapes, forms and different dimensions with metal. Solder, file and texture surfaces to explore the construction of contemporary jewellery.
The Porcelain Project
This course is designed for students with some clay experience. Using handbuilding, wheel throwing or casting techniques, gain a deeper understanding of ceramic materials. Choose areas of specific interest to focus on, such as refining shapes and decorative skills, improving throwing skills, developing glazes and application as well as experimenting with new techniques.
Handbuilding Techniques for Functional Ware
During this 6 week hand building course, students will learn a number of foundational hand building techniques including coiling, slab work, pinch pots and more. With these techniques each student will create a project where they can further expand their knowledge and develop a series of functional or decorative pieces.