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Fremantle Heritage Festival 2018

The 2018 Fremantle Heritage Festival, 25 May - 4 June, celebrates the people of Fremantle, its custodians, makers and creators.

Celebrate WA Festival

WA Day, the uniquely West Australian day inclusive for all Western Australians, is set to go off with a bang this year in Fishing Boat Harbour. Fireworks will again light up the skies over Fremantle on the eve of the WA Day public holiday on what is hoped will become a new and amazing annual family experience. Fishing Boat Harbour is presenting a two day celebration recognising our Aboriginal history, our early European migrant background and the diverse range of people from all over the world who have made, and continue to make, Freo and WA their home. Local Aboriginal elders will open the event with a Traditional Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country, followed by a range of cultural music and dance events from different ethnic backgrounds. Across the weekend there will be numerous musical performances in and around the harbour in the lead up to and after the Sunday evening fireworks show which will be held at the family friendly time of 6 pm. The harbour will play host to a range of other free activities including kids face painting and bouncy castles, a suitcase market, roving buskers and much more. For more information please visit  Celebrate WA Program Sunday 3 June 2018 Noon, Mews Park Smoking Ceremony, Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country presented by Neville Collard & Festival opening “We are Australian” James Webb and Monique Fitzgerald 12.00- 4.00pm, Piazza Suitcase Art Markets 12.00-2.00pm, Little Creatures Mermaid & Pirate Sandpit Storytelling 12.00-5.00pm, Shipwreck Gallery Museum Grounds, Pirate craft activities 12.30pm-1pm, Mews Park Wadumbah Dance Group 1.00-1.15pm, Mews Park Children’s Fashion Parade featuring Australian made clothing 1.30-1.45pm , Mews Park Children’s Fashion Parade featuring Australian made clothing 1.00- 3.00pm, Mews Park Little Italy by the Sea Italian and Greek Dance Ensemble 3.00pm - 4.00pm, Roving Entertainment Chung Wah Lion Dance Troupe 4.00pm - 7.00pm, Mews Park Cuba de Son Latin Band 4.30- 7.30pm, Creatures NextDoor Live Jazz with Jazzco 5.00pm - 7.00pm, Roving Magnifico Mariachis Trio 6.00pm FIREWORKS over Fishing Boat Harbour   Monday 4 June 2018 11.00- 3.00pm, Mews Park Cicerello’s Bouncy Castle 12.00- 4.00pm, Piazza Suitcase Art Markets 12.00-2.00pm, Little Creatures Fairy Facepainting (Free) 4.30- 7.30pm, Creatures NextDoor Live Music with ‘Basskong’ 5.00- 8.00pm, Mews Park Live Music with ‘The Good Things’

Festival Initiate: Fibre

Initiate VERB to introduce someone to a skill, subject, or activity and teach them about it. Fibre; proudly presenting a selection of local artists who manipulate and create, exploring the physicality, social and cultural heritage inherent in this medium. You are invited to garner a privileged insight into individual artists’ practice as they share histories, ideas and skills in a workshop and artist talk format. Nationally recognised feature artist and Bathers Beach Art Precinct resident, Fiona Gavino will facilitate an open access installation, free for those who wish to learn the basketry technique of random weaving and contribute to this community artwork. Fiona’s work will respond to the site in and around her studio The Lab, 13 Mrs Trivett Place. Explore the many artist studios and galleries along Captains Lane, Mrs Trivett Place, downstairs to J Shed (where you may wish to pause for a coffee), then along the beachside pathway to Kidogo Arthouse. To close Festival Initiate: Fibre we invite you to join us at Kelp Bar, open 5-8pm and celebrate the end of an epic day of learning and sharing. WHERE: Various venues Bathers Beach Art Precinct, Arthur Head & Bathers Beach, Fremantle WHEN: Sunday 27th May 9am–8pm BOOKINGS: Workshops are designed for adults and bookings are essential. $50 three-hour morning workshop / $70 four-hour afternoon workshop   SCHEDULE: COMMUNITY ART INSTALLATION: RANDOM WEAVING WITH FIONA GAVINO 9am–5pm The Lab, 13 Mrs Trivett Place Free, all ages (children must be assisted by an adult).    ARTIST TALKS & WORKSHOPS: WALYALUP ABORIGINAL CULTURAL CENTRE 9am–12pm Lea Taylor: Coiling & Basket Making 1pm–5pm Kelsey Ashe Giambazi: Illustration & Textile Pattern Design WORKSHOP FREO 9am–12pm Sian Boucherd: String Making, Twining, Wrapping & Knotting 1pm–5pm Ariane Palassis: Totem Vessels - Crocheting & Shaping ART OF FREO 9am–12pm Louise Snook: Felting 3D Forms 1pm–5pm Sheree Dornan: Drawing on Japanese Boro – Hand Painting, Staining & Stitch  J SHED COLLECTIVE 9am–12pm Trudi Pollard: Shibori & Natural Indigo Dyeing 1pm–5pm Trudi Pollard: Shibori & Natural Indigo Dyeing KIDOGO ARTHOUSE 9am–12pm Holly O’Meehan: Netting & Interlocking Fibres 1pm–5pm Olga Cironis: Introducing Meaning - Embroidery & Stitching   OPEN STUDIOS/GALLERIES: 9am–5pm Glen Cowans Studio & Gallery City of Fremantle Studios Program, Tanya Schultz, Angela Ferolla & Rebecca Baumann Studio Eleven, David Giles and resident artists The Lab, Mark Welsh & Fiona Gavino J Shed Art Studio: Jenny Dawson & Peter Zuvela Greg James Sculpture Studio Kidogo Arthouse   FESTIVAL CLOSE: 5–8pm Kelp Bar, Kidogo Arthouse Festival Initiate: Fibre sits within the City of Fremantle’s Heritage Festival 2018.

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