Stuart Elliott’s Fremantle 1988 is a ‘fakeological’ dig through two hundred years of recent Western Australian history, from the time of invasion to commemoration of the national bicentenary in 1988. …Read More from Stuart Elliott: Fremantle 1988 @ FAC.
WA’s talented young artists are again celebrated as Year 12 Perspectives becomes Pulse Perspectives to better reflect what this exhibition is about: gauging the pulse of young people who will influence, empower and shape the …Read More from Pulse Perspectives at AGWA.
How Did I Get Here? asks what exactly brought us to this exact place in life? What went wrong, what went right, what random acts of fate, have set us down, …Read More from Freighting Ideas: How Did I Get Here?.
Pilot Painter is the first survey exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Capt. George A.D. Forsyth (1843–1894). An experienced seaman from humble beginnings, he served in Fremantle’s Water …Read More from Pilot Painter at FAC.
Safe Harbour is a selection of artworks and historical and contemporary photography from the City of Fremantle Art and Civic Collections. The exhibition includes works which document and reflect upon …Read More from Safe Harbour a FAC.
Taiwanese Artist Dai-Rong Lee is the tenth exchange artist to visit Fremantle for the Asialink exchange between FAC and the Taipei Artists Village. Working in ceramic sculpture, Dai-Rong’s work is …Read More from Dai-Rong Lee: Asialink Exchange Exhibition at FAC.
Fremantle-based artist Trevor Richards has been invited to create an interventional work in FAC’s Main Gallery. Richards’ studio practice includes hard-edge abstract paintings and three-dimensional wall mounted works that explore …Read More from Trevor Richards: Ground Plane at FAC.
This is the first solo presentation of sculptures by James Angus in WA in over a decade. As the title suggests, the objects in this series are the result of …Read More from James Angus: Papier Mâché for Beginners at FAC.
OPENING NIGHT FRIDAY 5 JULY 6-8PM EXHIBITION CONTINUES 6 – 27 JULY: WED – SUN 11AM – 5PM In Gallery 1: ANDREW NICHOLLS AND SION PRIOR: HYMN Andrew Nicholls and …Read More from July Exhibitions at Cool Change Contemporary.