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Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year

The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition celebrates the natural heritage of the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea bioregions. Professional, emerging and junior photographers alike have shown impeccable timing, patience, artistry and technique to capture superb moments in time. Beyond showing us the unique beauty of the flora, fauna and landscapes of our own backyards, this breathtaking exhibition provokes us to explore the changing nature of regional ecology. View the 2017 display at the WA Shipwrecks Museum in our new multipurpose space. This is a free exhibition. Feature Image: ' WINDBLOWN EGRET'  LITTLE EGRET, EGRETTA GARZETTA by Jennie Stock, Western Australia

Edward Blitner | Freshwater Billabongs

Edward Blitner is an artist from Ngukurr in southern Arnhem Land. Edward paints the rarrk cross-hatchstyle, developed from ancient rock art tradition using traditional earth colours that are found in the rock art sites, and ocassionally adds small amounts of colour to wáter lilies or other bushplants.The artist brings alive the freshwaterbillabong country that is the source of his people's survival over the millenia. 

Made Local Winter Market

The Made Local Market is back at Stackwood this August bringing you all the best local makers, eats and music across one cosy weekend. This edition will focus on local makers and will host more than 30 stalls selling locally-made wares such as ceramic planters, artist prints, clothing, textiles and jewellery.  The market will host brand new stallholders and some of our staple favourites under the one warehouse roof, including ILKA, Pierce, I Love You!, Flora Waycott, Kristin Margrit, Deli and Many Peaks Assembly. The Stackwood studio residents will also be opening their studios, including ceramics studio Winterwares, artists Sally Mundy & Meraki Designs, skincare by Clean Slate and clothing by Vintage Delhi.  The market will host food trucks serving up cosy Winter eats including Brazillian street eats by Comida do Sul and brisket by Flitch and Leaven, plus coffee and treats by Stacked Cafe. The Stackwood bar will be serving up craft beer and mulled wine, whilst we enjoy live unplugged performances by a local artist (announced soon!)  The Stackwood studios will be open so you can get a behind the scenes look into the warehouse, and our concept store will be full of plants to add to your urban jungle. There will be flowers by East Fremantle outfit Floral Army and kid-friendly activities happening right throughout the weekend, giving you time to browse.  The market event will run all weekend: Friday 17th of August 3pm - 9pm, Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th of August 9am - 3pm | 10 Stack Street, Fremantle | $2 ENTRY Full list of stallholders (A-Z): Alison Fisher | Anjel MS | Bash&Co | Botanik Tea | Claire Townsend | Clean Slate Skincare | Common Good Studio | Deli | Dreaming Dog Studio | Flora Waycott | Floral Army | ILKA | Kaki Studio | Kristin Margrit | Kura Studio | Leo Strange Label | Little Farm Provedore | Leia Duffy | Little Love Rugs | Marime Studio | Marina Saker | Many Peaks Assembly | Meraki Designs | Mira Design | Neighbourhood Press | Not Yet Perfect | Peas in a Pod | Pierce, I Love You! | Renee Botman | Ruby Talbot-Dunn | Sally Mundy | Small Fry Stitches | Stocked Foods | Stacked Cafe | State of Mind Apothecary (Sat & Sun) | Stephanie Hammil Ceramics (Fri) | The Products | The Second Salon | Two AM Tuesday | Waxi Wraps | Vintage Delhi | Winterwares | Yuniko Studio and more!


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Take a on us

Why do they need dinner every single night?  It’s time to take a break, Mum, with this great Perth dining special. Bring your family to the Atrium Garden Restaurant in Fremantle for a delicious buffet lunch or dinner this weekend and the kids are on us*! There’s food for the whole family to enjoy with fresh seafood and salads, tasty hot dishes, Chef’s carvery and dessert galore. Your kids will be happy and fed, so you can relax and enjoy a great meal. Open for all-you-can-eat lunch Saturdays and Sundays, and dinner Friday to Sunday. Adults $55 per person, kids under 12 eat free*.  Book now to enjoy your night off! *Terms & Conditions: One child under 12 years old eats free with each full paying adult. Valid for lunch and dinner during June to September 2018 only. Not valid in conjunction with any other offers or for special events. Subject to change. ​

Tradie Specials

$14 Coffee and Food Deals at JAC and the BEAN! Medium Coffee with the choice of our famous BACON EGGS BENNY WRAP,  CHICKEN and AVOCADO BAGEL or BACON and EGG BRIOCHE ROLL! Come see us and just ask for the tradies special.  Call orders ahead if you are strapped for time. 9430 7568 Jac x   

Transportation Exhibition

In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the Hougoumont, the last convict ship to arrive in Australia, Fremantle Prison’s new exhibition Transportation examines the forced migration of convicts from Britain to Australia in the 18th and 19th centuries. Transportation presents the stories of men, women and children forcibly sent to convict sites around Australia, exploring the social tragedy of the convict system as a whole as well as individual stories of personal achievement. Exhibiting convict material from the Mitchell Library (State Library of New South Wales), Western Australian Museum and the Prison’s own collection, Transportation demonstrates the impact forced migration had on individual transportees and their families, and on the shaping of modern Australian society. The exhibition displays key historic artefacts such as the 1881 Ticket of Leave of Hougoumont convict William Bartlett, on display to the public for the first time. Transportation is on show at the Fremantle Prison Gallery until March 2019.

Alcohol Inks with Monique Ford

In this three hour workshop, art practitioner and teacher Monique Ford will introduce you to working with alcohol inks. A beautiful, free flowing and fun medium, alcohol inks can be used to create luminous, layered artworks emphasising colour, composition and balance. You will explore the properties of the ink and specialised papers, and learn to achieve vibrant effects with translucent and metallic colours . The possibilities are only limited to what you are willing to try!What you will learn:-The application of different alcohol ink colours and effects (including metallics)-How to create a successful, balanced composition-How to use layers to create depth in artwork What you will get:  -Yupo paper in a range of sizes to work with -A selection of colours and brands of alcohol inks to use-Use of a selection of tools to create different effects including blending solution.What to bring:No need to bring anythingWhat to wear:Closed toe shoes preferredSuitable for adults of all levels ALCOHOL INKS ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

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