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Peter Zuvela Photography Courses

Peter Zuvela of J Shed Art Studio - Photography Courses Level 1 for beginners WINTER series enroll now. 6 Week Course for a very cool $290.00. Classes will start Sunday 8th of JULY running for six weeks from 10am to 12.30 noon on Sunday mornings. or  WEDNESDAY 11th of JULY running for six weeks from 2pm to 4.30pm. Experience Digital photography classes in small groups with tutor and freelance photographer Peter Zuvela (with an Adv Dip. in Photography). Very practical courses with fun excursions with your camera around beautiful Bathers Beach Fremantle and the West End of Fremantle. learn more techniques with your camera to capture great images carefully structured classes small groups beautiful studio setting for classes run at Bathers Beach hands on photo excursions to learn all about how to use your camera Peter Zuvela has been teaching digital photography for more than 10 years and experience has taught him that it's best to learn photography in small groups within a 6 week period. Photography is a complicated beast and it takes a little extra time and care to get your mind around the fascinating world of photography with an experienced tutor. Private one on one sessions and a Level 2 course for people with some camera experience also available. CONTACT Email: pzuvelaerin@yahoo.comtele: 041 793 9783

Dinner with Miguel Maestre

Join us for an intimate 3 course meal cooked by Miguel, enjoy a Miguel cooking demonstration, meet the Bull, get your cook book signed, get a Miguel Selfie. Plus the chance to win a new cook book signed by Miguel. Grab all your friends and book a table at the dinner of the year! About Miguel: Miguel at 27 was head chef of “Number One” the Godfather of Australian Cuisine Tony Bilson’s Bistro, working alongside Australia’s leading French Chef Manu Feildel. After meeting Ferran Adria at the number one restaurant in the world “El Bulli”, he opened the biggest Spanish restaurant in Australia “El Toro Loco” in an outstanding waterfront location at Manly Beach. At the age of 29 he was the chef at the most prestigious event in Australia ‘Emirates Melbourne Cup’ building a strong reputation in the cooking scene. Miguel has been awarded by His Majesty The King of Spain the highest award a citizen can receive “The Order of Civil Merits” for his extraordinary service to the nation for the benefit of Spain in the Australian media. It is Miguel’s co-hosting role on TEN’s three time Logie winning show “The Living Room”, that has catapulted him into the world of TV working alongside Amanda Keller, Dr Chris Brown and Barry DuBois. Other TV credits include “Boys Weekend” (airing in more than 100 countries worldwide), “Miguel’s Tropical Kitchens” where he charms his way through the tropics of North Queensland, cooking with exotic ingredients in breathtaking locations, “Miguels Feasts” airing on Network 10 and internationally and “Weekend Feasts” airing on Network Ten Miguel is the author of two best selling Spanish books “Miguel’s Tapas” and “Spanish Cooking”.

Left Bank WINE CLUB July 2018

Come and try some new (or your fave) wines with Woodlands Wines on Wednesday 25th July at 7pm!Woodlands Wines is a family owned and operated winery and cellar door located in the heart of the Margaret River wine region, producing exceptional wines. Sit back, try some great wines, and listen to some interesting stories about the wine-making world!Tickets are $25 and include:– Presentation of the wines– Generous wine tastings– Antipasto nibbles– A Spiegelau Wine Glass (to take home to collect)You’ll also be able to grab some great wine bargains on the night, organised by Liqour Barons in East Fremantle.BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL as spots are limited!To book your tickets, simply download the The Left Bank WINE CLUB Booking Form 2018 from our website and email the completed form to events@leftbank.com.au

Next Gen 010

The south’s only mid-week BASS night… 4 years strong. Bass culture resides through local DJ talent spinning the filthiest dubstep, trap, DnB and bass-house. Every WEDNESDAY  in the heart of Fremantle.  Your crew. Balcony chills. Big vibes Check out our Facebook page for the free entry password!

BIKE tour

Come and see the best Freo has to offer on our 3 hours bike tour. Get an insight into the local spots, our rich past, vibrant present and exciting future! Our cruisy pace means that we can enjoy all the sights and sounds of Fremantle with frequent stops for photographs, stories, history and tips on the best spots for you to truly enjoy the best Freo has to offer. Tours include use of bike, helmet, a lovely local guide as well as a coffee along the way.  You will experience the rich history of our port city, from our 40,000 years of indigenous culture, early European exploration, British colonisation, convict history through to the modern café and alternative culture we have today. We think less is more and because we want to get to know you, all our tours have a maximum of 10 people per tour.  Keeping it small means we will all have a much better time!  

Meet the Masters Art Workshop

The Children's Museum of WA and ART ON THE MOVE are collaborating to bring you Meet the Masters. The workshops connect children to the artist and their motivations, introducing new techniques and ways of looking at things.  Meet the Masters will introduce your children to the backgrounds, focus and techniques of some of the most famous artists that ever lived - including some that still do! Each workshop is based on one artist and is split into three parts - Inspire, Educate and Create. INSPIRE: Using books, posters and multimedia we explore the fascinating lives and famous (and not so famous) works of the Master artists, what they loved and why. EDUCATE: The next step is experimenting with various techniques and media used by the artist. CREATE: This is where we not only recreate techniques just learnt, but add our own flair to improve the works of the masters and take it a step further! Not only is art fun, but it helps kids learn and grow in so many different ways... they learn about culture, geography and how art relates to other subjects, increases confidence, expands visual learning, teaches collaboration and accountability and of course allows them to express themselves in more creative ways. Ages 4 to 6 Saturday June 30. 9.00 – 10.30am Saturday July 28. 9.00 – 10.30 Saturday September 1. 9.00 – 10.30 Ages 6 to 10 Thursday June 21 10.00 – 11.30  Thursday July 26 10.00 – 11.30 Thursday August 30 10.00 – 11.30 Ages 7 to 10 Saturday June 30 11.00 – 12.30   Saturday July 28 11.00 – 12.30 Saturday September 1 11.00 – 12.30 More information and book online here. 

This Is How We Walk on the Moon

An exhibition of snowy installations by Amy Perejuan-Capone inspired by hope and intrepid curiosity in the High Arctic. A vault of seeds, a zeppelin headed north, a rocket to Mars. All in the irrationally misplaced weather, even the most unlikely experiments have a basis in hope. Blizzards are forecast, but the shelter is warm. Come join us in the dome for a mug of hot chocolate (BYO mug!), freshly baked Norwegian seed-bread, and some dome-made dried fruit. And if you like, bring along a piece of fruit to preserve for the collective trail mix! This is how we walk on the Moon explores earnest human endeavour and hope amid uncertainty, inspired by my recent time in Svalbard and Greenland in the High Arctic. Drawing upon the heroic spirit of cooperation that defines the polar regions, sweetly absurd gestures will suggest that collective hard work, communication, curiosity, and bravery are essential for resilience and adaptation. Opening: Saturday 14th July, 5-8pm.  Exhibition continues: 15th - 29th July, Thurs-Sun 11am-5pm. Workshop & Group Chat, Sundays 1-4pm. July 15th, 22nd & 29th. More info below. FREE EVENTS: Ongoing durational performance, blizzard, and quality chats. Daily seed-bread baking and fruit preservation at 11am. Come learn how to make Norwegian ‘knekkebrød’! Workshop & Group Chat, Sundays 1-4pm. July 15th, 22nd & 29th. Part artist-talk, part barn-raising, together we will build our own geodesic dome (great for greenhouses and chicken coops!). Afterwards we will chill and drink tea in the dome while Amy discusses the Arctic inspirations (and climate-anxieties) behind the exhibition. Suitable for ages 14+. Registration recommended, but walk-ins welcome subject to capacity.  To register: RSVP to amy@wilhelmwilhelm.com _ _ _ For more information please visit:   www.amypcapone.com  www.artsource.net.au/WhatsOn Contact via email: amy@wilhelmwilhelm.com Follow on Instagram: @wilhelm_wandering   _ _ _  This project has been supported by the City of Fremantle and Artsource. _ _ _   Accessibility: Due to the age and heritage status of this venue, front access to this exhibition is via a set of four steps. Ramp access is available via Phillimore Street towards Customs Place. Tactile and audio description tours are available upon request. Toilets are available and accessible.

WALK Tour

Come and see the best Freo has to offer on our fun and informative 2 hour walking tour. Departing twice daily at 11am and 3pm, Thursday to Monday. Let us show you why Fremantle is ranked as the 7th best city in the world by Lonely Planet in 2016. We will help you experience the true local side of our great port city by hitting the pavement and walking our beautiful streets. Our vibrant city has so much to offer from hip and hidden cafes, brilliant bars, delicious restaurants and street art to its rich history as a trading place for over 40, 000 years. That tradition has continued and diversified to give us the thriving cultural hub Fremantle is today. From the oldest building in Western Australia, the Roundhouse, to the newest bars and cafes, we will show you it all. Encompassing Fremantle’s Indigenous culture, early European exploration, British colonisation and convict history through to our hip and bohemian present and exciting future! Be a traveler not a tourist with Fremantle Tours. Our comfortable pace means that we can enjoy all the sights and sounds of Fremantle with frequent stops for photographs, stories, history and advice on the best spots for you today truly enjoy the best Freo has to offer.  All our tours have a maximum of 10 people so we can get to know you all. We think less is more and we can all have a better time for it! This includes a coffee along the way and a fun local guide. 

DRINK Bar Tour

Come along on our DRINK tour to discover the best of Fremantle’s brilliant bars, great cocktails and reincarnations of some old favourite spaces. Fremantle boasts numerous new bars, restaurants and cafes but how do you know which ones are worth a visit? Or keep track of the newest microbrewery or bar that’s opened? Now you don’t have to, LET US SHOW YOU! Each venue will offer something different, focusing on their specialties. You will receive an intimate insight into each establishment from staff and your guide. At each venue you will receive a delicious drink, bar snacks and some good old-fashioned service. In between you will learn more about Fremantle’s vibrant past and our exciting future, some sordid history and unlikely but true stories.

Live Music Thursdays

Join us at Creatures NextDoor every Thursday from 6pm for live music!  Wrap up the day (or kick off the evening) with some eclectic sounds,  a meal or nibbles, one of our own craft beers or a wine.    Located just around the corner from the brewery, Creatures NextDoor is a cosy, relaxed lounge with a little bit of spunk. It boasts some serious views of the Fishing Boat Harbour – a perfect location for sunsets. Our menu is a sharing style menu and is accompanied by Little Creatures beers, ciders and a great selection of Australian wines. Love your music?  We also host live Jazz every Sunday from 4:30-7:30. All the makings for a great Sunday in Freo.