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Therapeutic Restorative Yoga 4 weeks Tuesdays

Therapeutic yoga combines restorative poses that are soothing and supporting, offering the chance to be still and quiet, leaving us rested, nourished and nurtured. When we relax, we have the opportunity to go deeper without tension or strain , the immune and digestive systems improve, nervous system is calmed, the body and energy channels can open up so that the whole body can receive more goodness and full energy. It is also a wonderful time for emotional healing. Busy lives can become hectic and we can find ourselves spending most of our time rushing and doing, rather than stilling and…

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Paintings by Noongar Artist Rod Collard

Nyoongar artist Rod Collard's exquisite paintings of his "Hotham Valley Boodja" (Country) opens this eve at 6pm and runs to 23 March and Resumes 31st April - 12th April (11am - 4pm).  Rod is a very well known artist and has been painting and exhibiting for 17 years, but this is his first "Solo Show". Paintings range in price from $100 to $3,900.

Orange: Sannyas in Fremantle

Orange: Sannyas in Fremantle revisits a highly controversial period in Fremantle’s social history, presenting a range of contemporary responses to the spectacular events surrounding the emergence of the Sannyasins in the 1980s. Artists include Poppy van Oorde-Grainger, Joshua Webb, Bevan Honey, Joseph London, David Brophy and Loren Holmes. Orange is co-curated by artist and Sannyasin child Sohan Ariel Hayes and Fremantle Arts Centre Curator Dr Ric Spencer.  Image: Photography by Diti

Hachikó

Have you ever loved an animal? Have you ever wondered why they are so loyal? Based on a true story from Japan, Hachikō is a theatrical celebration of the remarkable joy and companionship that an animal can bring to our lives and a perfect family outing. Simplicity, beauty and gentle poetic storytelling in this carefully crafted Spare Parts production ensures both children and adults alike will be drawn into the true story of a dog that waited at a Tokyo train station every day for nine years for his master to return. Time: 10am & 1pm Daily plus 6.30pm performance…

WA Maritime Museum April School Holiday Fun

Junior Marine Biologists wanted! Discover the new WA Down Under gallery this school holidays. Meet our Megamouth Shark, explore coral reefs and interact with our digital animals in our Blue Room experience. Kids can even dive deeper into marine biology with a range of other school holiday activities.Proudly supported by Woodside. Visit www.museum.wa.gov.au for more information. WA Maritime Museum entry fees apply for accompanying adult. 

Marine biology art and craft at the WA Maritime Museum

Make a fabulous fish mobile or decorate your own sea creature puppet! Colour in your own sea creature and bring it to life on our amazing digital animation screen! Visit our website for more information, WA Maritime Museum entry fees apply for accompanying adult. Ages 4+ Bookings required for groups 10+ by calling 1300 134 081

School holidays at WA Maritime Museum face painting

Why not become part of marine life? Join us for face painting and explore our amazing undersea world. Visit our website for more information. WA Maritime Museum entry fees apply for accompanying adult. Ages 4+ Bookings required for groups 10+ by calling 1300 134 081

WA Aboriginal Art Market 2017

Revealed returns to FAC in 2017. On Saturday 8 April, Aboriginal art centres from across WA will be selling original, affordable works at the Revealed WA Aboriginal Art Market. Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to buy works directly from emerging and established Aboriginal artists. With works starting at $50 and 100% of profits from sales returning to the makers and art centres, this is a great chance to add affordable original works to your collection. Travelling from all over the state Revealed brings together artists from the Kimberley, Pilbara, Mid-West, Goldfields, Western Desert, Great Southern and metropolitan areas to showcase…

Nuclear Sharks Discovery Channel

Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained these school holidays? Come and watch Nuclear Sharks movie by Discovery Channel at the WA Maritime Museum.The Bikini Atoll is a marine environment in the Pacific Ocean once destroyed by nuclear testing in the Cold War. Join Philippe Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, and his team as they investigate the restoration of this resilient Atoll, which is now home to reef sharks. How did the sharks get there? See how tagging of these sharks uncovers many secrets, including an illegal fishing fleet that has been taking sharks from inside one of the largest shark…

Madness

Eight years since they last toured Oz, London legends Madness are set to make a very welcome return, touring in celebration of their latest studio album Can’t Touch Us Now. Nothing quite compares to the six-piece ska ensemble from Camden Town, London’s punk capital. Madness seamlessly swings from one iconic hook to the next captivating melody, the kick drum vigorously chasing the darting brass section across their trailblazing catalogue of hits. These lively lads will showcase tracks from Can’t Touch Us Now, as well as iconic hits such as Our House, Baggy Trousers and It Must Be Love. Fremantle Arts…

Beginner Yoga Course

One class a week for six consecutive weeks. This course focuses on introducing the foundations of your yoga practice in a safe and nurturing environment. Suitable for all levels of ability and body types. To secure your place for $99, please visit our website.

Junior Fishing Clinic

Join one of Recfishwest’s popular and free SunSmart fishing clinics at the WA Maritime Museum. Participants will learn how to be SunSmart while learning some fishing basics like casting and fish handling, as well as how to fish sustainably and look after their fishing environment.All participants must be directly supervised by a parent or guardian. Fishing rods and equipment will be supplied. Ages 8 - 14.    

Play in a Day

Your chance to let your imagination run wild!  Work with actor Nichola Renton and musician Zal Kanga-Parabia to make a play in a day and perform it in front of your family and friends. (Ages: 8-12 years)

Marine animals inside and out Plus a tasty treat

Join a Museum scientist to take a closer look at how fish are suited for a life beneath the waves. Staff will dissect a fish to lead an exploration of how fish work, both inside and out. Then join a chef from the National Hotel, Fremantle, who will prepare a fish recipe and share it with you! See our website for more information. WA Maritime Museum entry fees apply for accompanying adult.  Ages 4+ Bookings required for groups 10+ by calling 1300 134 081

Story Lab Creative Writing with Deb Fitzpatrick

Come and write with award winning author Deb Fitzpatrick; short pieces, longer pieces, funny pieces and serious pieces.  Share and workshop your efforts like ‘real’ writers do!  (Ages: 8-12 years)

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