A moving series of photos presented by The Consulate of Italy, inspired by the literary work of Dante, and made with the participation of local people from Tolfa in the north of Rome.
cnr of Aberdeen & Beaufort St
A series of collaborative installations exploring themes of displacement, identity and hope. Fleur will team up with their Artistic Director Melissa Cantwell and develop work on stories by acclaimed WA journalist Sophie McNeill (host of Triple J’s current affairs program Hack) during her time as a foreign correspondent for SBS Dateline.
how to partipate:
a come to the talk 12.30 Fri 22 Nov
B join a sewing Bee saturday 23 NOV
c make friends and join the project
d view thru the shopwindow early december
Email email@example.com to register interest and we will keep you informed.
For most of 2013 local artists enlivened Beaufort St shop windows between Aberdeen and Newcastle.
Holly Story - Greatly Reduced Salvaged Banksia material, signwriting.
Marit Kloostra - Yellow Banksia Vinyl Adhesive
Penny Bovell and Penny Coss - Rise and Fall vinyl adhesive, object, fluorescent paint.
Pamela Gaunt - Scrim - An illuminated intervention Vinyl and Flatlight
Trevor Richards - Salve (Welcome) from tiles New Norcia Hotel Vinyl
Theo Koning - Rockets in my Garden
Five empty shopfronts on Beaufort Street activated with temporary art installations.
Sponsored by Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority
The strip of vacant shopfronts along Beaufort Street between Aberdeen and Newcastle St in Northbridge are alive as home to a series of temporary art installations by artists including Holly Story, Trevor Richards, Pamela Gaunt, Marit Klooster, Penny Coss, Penny Bovell, Theo Koning and Jurek Wybraniec.
It’s free 24 hours a day and works as a mini face lift to the historical block with an immense audience of the unsuspecting public.
We started with Nein Schwarz, Phillip Gamblen and Zac Freshwater over Xmas. Stay tuned in June for a refresh.