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ART ON THE MOVE encourages connections and fosters a sense of belonging, creativity and a greater understanding of ourselves and the world through visual art.
- Arts:Visual Arts
CONNECT – ENGAGE – UNDERSTAND – BELONG
ART ON THE MOVE encourages connections and fosters a sense of belonging, creativity and a greater understanding of ourselves and the world through visual art. We do this by touring quality contemporary art with appropriate learning and development opportunities that speak to and develop the unique cultural narratives of communities whatever the cultural practice, age, ability and engagement with culture.
To achieve this, we encourage:
- Innovative artistic practices to flourish as artists respond to environments and audiences through ART ON THE MOVE tours;
- Artists and audiences to evolve and grow into each exhibition by creating challenging yet non-threatening environments to engage with and talk about art in meaningful and creative ways. In so doing break down the barriers to viewing and participating in arts and culture;
- Adaptability in our work practices and approaches in response to needs of artists, venues and audiences, developing an agile culture whilst retaining strategic and financial intent; and
- Compassion and understanding of the world by presenting and exploring universal themes that resonate at a local level.
STRATEGIC GOALS: CREATIVE VOICES
ART ON THE MOVE's value lies in its ability to operate objectively on behalf of artists and galleries by offering a platform for the individual and collective voices that resonate in each locality as a means of preserving the unique voices of those areas. This is where the character of an area is defined, where meaning is made and identity created.
Artist Voice: ART ON THE MOVE will foster and nurture the relationship between artist, community and audience through exhibitions and engagement activities that connect, inspire, enrich and activate.
Curatorial Voice: The curators' voice will encourage a dialogue that will add intellectual rigour and intent for each exhibition that encourages inquisitive thinking and a deeper understanding of each exhibition.
Community Voice: ART ON THE MOVE will build audiences and a sense of belonging by working collaboratively to create engaging and inspiring pathways for participation and learning that connect people and communities in appropriate, meaningful and fun ways to explore the world through art.
Sustaining Voice: ART ON THE MOVE will develop a strong infrastructure for the organisation and sector that will build capacity and achieve sustainable long term outcomes.
It's School Holidays!! Act Crazy join the Circus. Open for all ages from 7yrs and up. Be serious and learn Unicycle, Stilts, Aerials, Acrobatics or just come and play.
- Charity:Sport & Recreation
- Type:Non Government,State Focus
- Local Clubs:Special Interest,Arts,Sports
- Arts:Performing Arts,Dance
- Industry & Politics:Industry Assn
- Employees (FTE):10
At CircusWA we are committed to ensuring our students learn skills in a very safe but fun environment. Working out of a traditional circus big top we deliver all of our programs with low teacher student ratios to ensure everyone gets to learn and feel supported. The school holidays are a great time to learn new skills, or just come and hang out for a fun all round circus exploration at our Big Top Circus Skills sessions. As we are situated in central Fremantle, this means that before or after your circus session you can enjoy some of the amazing food and entertainment available around Fremantle - starting with our neighbours at iconic Clancy's Fish Pub.
DADAA is a leading arts and health organisation that creates access to cultural activities for people with disability or a mental illness.
- Local Clubs:Special Interest
- Arts:Visual Arts
DADAA offers targeted programs that include a broad range of traditional and new media projects in Western Australian communities. Our programs range from entry-level workshops for those with no arts experience to professional mentorships for advanced artists. Exhibition or broadcast of works is an outcome of most programs.
We publish uniquely Western Australian stories, introducing new and emerging authors while sharing our literary culture with the world.
Fremantle Press is a proudly not-for-profit team of publishers, authors and artists who bring uniquely Australian stories to the world. Established in 1976, Fremantle Press is renowned for producing quality works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and children’s literature. Our core purpose is to identify talented new and emerging Western Australian writers and artists, and to publish and distribute their work to the widest possible audience.
A vibrant community orchestra based at the Fremantle Town Hall
Welcome to the City of Fremantle Symphony Orchestra – a community orchestra and one of Perth’s most vibrant community groups.
The orchestra is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of music in the cultural life of Perth. With a regular membership of about 60 amateur musicians we present about 5 concerts each year including a subscription series of concerts at the Fremantle Town Hall and performances in other venues around Perth. In past years the orchestra has toured to Albany, Busselton and Margaret River.The group originated in 1961 with the formation of the Melville Orchestral Society, which became the Melville Symphony Orchestra. In 1981 the orchestra became the Nedlands Symphony Orchestra. In 1993 the orchestra took on its current name.
Highlights of recent years include Mahler’s Symphonies No. 1 and No 2, Sibelius’ Symphony No. 2, symphonic works by Shostakovich, Bartok, Saint-Saens, Bruckner and Rachmaninov and a recent collaboration with UWA Choral Society to present Verdi’s Requiem.
Our musical director David Pye has a proud history of leading the orchestra through major symphoic works for large orchestra. In September 2006 the orchestra assembled more than 100 players for a full-scale performance of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. In September 2009, in one of the most ambitious projects undertaken by a community orchestra, we performed Percy Grainger’s massive work The Warriors, scored for huge orchestra and percussion ensemble, in collaboration with Defying Gravity Percussion Ensemble and the Totally Huge New Music Festival.
In 2011 the orchestra celebrated its 50th birthday with gala concerts and the commissioning of a major new work from David Pye – Quinquagenta (A concerto for orchestra).
Navy Club Incorporated owns the top two floors of 64 High Street, Fremantle (corner of Pakenham Street). It is accessed by lift from the foyer. The Club is free of encumberances, with nearly 500 members from all walks of life.
- Local Clubs:Special Interest,History
Navy Club Incorporated owns the top two floors of 64 High Street, Fremantle (corner of Pakenham Street). It is accessed by lift from the foyer.
The Club is free of encumberances, with nearly 500 members from all walks of life.
Any person over 18 years of age may apply for membership. All visiting service personnel are deemed honorary members of the Club upon evidence of their service.
The 3rd level Observation Deck provides a quiet place to drink, with panoramic views of the city, harbour and ocean. This level is open seven days per week.
The 2nd level Function Room has a large stage, projector and 108" screen. It is used for meetings, conferences, sporting and cultural events. Jazz Fremantle have a booking every Sunday afternoon.
It is available for hire by members for weddings or parties.
Through the art of puppetry we share stories that celebrate what it is to be human; connecting audiences across generations.
- Arts:Performing Arts
The Literature Centre is a place to nurture young people’s interest in reading and writing.
The Literature Centre (formerly Fremantle Children’s Literature Centre) is unique – a place to nurture young people’s interest in reading and writing, using innovative techniques to explore and interpret literature. Uniquely located within the walls of the Old Fremantle Prison, it is the only centre of its kind in Australia.
Established in 1993, the Centre offers a diverse range of student programmes in metropolitan, rural and regional areas of Western Australia. We work with approximately 30,000 students each year, either at the Centre or in schools. Experienced Education Officers, Authors and Illustrators conduct inspiring and interactive workshops, using a range of original manuscripts, preliminary drawings, and artwork.
- Picture Book Exhibitions
- Student Literature Workshops
- Authors/Illustrators In-Residence Programme
- Metropolitan and Rural Residence Programme
- 'Centre Classics' Workshops, Poetry and Writing Workshops
- Talented Young Writers' Programme (TYWP)
- The Sound of Picture Books Workshops
- Professional Development for Teachers
- Bookshop - Selling Books and Artwork
- Family Open Days
- Leslie Rees Fremantle Lecture, Book Launches and Author Talks