Following on from the blockbuster 2018 kids’ exhibition Animaze, Fremantle Arts Centre presents an even bigger and more colourful creative experience for kids with Hundreds & Thousands.
Hundreds & Thousands sees the galleries transformed into colour-filled worlds, with vibrant interactive artworks and immersive spaces designed for children and families to enjoy.
Across a spectrum of colour-themed spaces,Hundreds & Thousands offers rich sensory experiences for kids of all ages, including optical colour machines, giant golden soft sculptures to touch and participatory digital art that visitors create with their bodies.
Hundreds & Thousands is an invitation on a journey through art and colour, featuring newly commissioned artworks by Rosie Deacon, Sohan Ariel Hayes, Tyrown Waigana, Catherine Taylor, Phil Gamblen and Angela Ferolla.
Recent works and new commissions by:
Rox De Luca
Sohan Ariel Hayes
Maxxi Minaxi May
Trudi and Helena Pollard
Catherine Taylor & Tyrown Waigana
And works from collections including the City of Fremantle Art Collection by:
Australian Centre for Concrete Art
Tom H Gibbons
Paul A John
In conjunction with Hundreds & Thousands we’re thrilled to present a series of workshops, tours and events for you to dive even deeper into a world of colour.
The hour between 9am and 10am is quiet hour at FAC and is available on request. Individuals, groups and families with special needs wanting to experience our exhibitions in a more relaxed, unhurried environment can request access to the galleries for an hour before they open to the public. Email [email protected]
To celebrate Hundreds and Thousands, Odette Mercy and her Soul Atomics’ Kids Soul Party will brighten up the Front Garden on Sun 21 Nov with her joyous brand of soul-funk, in an interactive performance which kids (and big kids) will love in equal measure. Expect colourful tunes, dancing and kid-friendly fun.
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar.
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar. We acknowledge the Whadjuk people as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands and waterways and extend our respect to their Elders, past and present.
We offer our heartfelt gratitude to the Whadjuk community and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who continue to care for Country and share their knowledge – this generosity and wisdom helps us to understand and navigate Country safely and respectfully.