Pop down to the Bathers Beach Art Precinct on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 January, 10.00 am–10.30 pm and explore the local studios within the historical and cultural West End of Fremantle. The precinct is a creative hub accommodating more than 20 established and highly respected sculptors, painters, photographers, Indigenous artists, a ceramic artist and designers. Studios involved include Sunset Events, Greg James, Peter Zuela & Jenny Dawson, Ann Land, World’s End Studio, Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Studio Eleven, Wild Twig Studios, Glen Cowans, the Round House and Kidogo Arthouse.
Enjoy over the weekend an array of events including food trucks, art battles, workshops, round house tours, live music, exhibitions, open studios, cross cultural art classes, outdoor art market, exclusive offers, live demonstrations, Kelp Bar on the beach and more…..
The Bather’s Beach Art Precinct Open Weekend is a rare opportunity to meet, connect and explore the local studios within the historical and cultural West End of Fremantle. Bather’s Beach is an area that is evolving into a vibrant arts precinct with active studios, exhibitions, workshops, markets and festivals; it is rapidly being recognised worldwide for its beauty, heritage and the talent of the artists within it. The precinct itself overlooks Bathers Beach and the Indian Ocean. It encompasses the J Shed Artist Studios, WA’s oldest building the Round House, the Whalers Tunnel, Kidogo Arthouse, Arthur Head Heritage site including artist studios within the cottages along Captains Lane plus Ann Land’s Studio and the World’s End Studio situated at the end of Mrs Trivett Place.