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Events for 17 May 2019
ReDiscover Armadale is a walking urban art trail in Armadale's city centre created to showcase established Australian and international artists, through the painting and exhibiting of exterior murals. In partnership with Six Two Three Zero some of the best local and international artists are showcased on Armadale walls. Maps and geocaching information are available from the Perth Hills Visitor Centre.Find out more »
History House Museum is proud to host The Show Must Go On, an exhibition that tells the story of the Roleystone Theatre.Find out more »
The natural beauty of the Armadale Settlers Common East will be highlighted during the inaugural Armadale Arts Bush Trail. Local schools and community groups have been working with local artists Renae Whyte and Elise Marshall to create stunning ephemeral artworks utilising the natural materials of the area.
Guided by nationally and internationally renowned land artist Elaine Clocherty, the Armadale Arts Bush Trail provides a serene environment to stroll around and enjoy nature while your eyes wander, exploring the natural bush in all its glory.
The renowned Minnawarra Art Awards welcomes back Ron Nyisztor as this year's Curator, and features some of Western Australia's leading artists, resulting in a beautifully curated exhibition showcasing a variety of mediums.
The extensive public program including tactile tours, floor talks, Positive Ageing High Teas and Music in the Hall ensures that it's not just the arts lovers that are able to revel in this creative visual feast!
As one of the City's premium events, the renowned Minnawarra Art Awards showcases some of Western Australia's most prestigious artists. The Art Awards presents a beautifully curated exhibtion showcasing a variety of mediums.
Tactile tours are offered on request to facilitate enjoyment of the artworks through dialogue and touch. These tours have been created to introduce participants with a disability to the Minnawarra Art Awards, and maximise inclusion so everyone is able to experience this exhibition in a meaningful and engaging way.
How important is it that published works reflect the lives of all Australians?
Cate Sutherland, an editor at Fremantle Press, will lead the discussion panel and invite contributions from the audience. Guests include Yuot Alaak, Rafeif Ismail and Scott-Patrick Mitchell.
The phenomenon sweeping the nation is coming to Armadale! Pub Choir calls everyone who loves to belt out a tune (even if only in the shower!), to gather your mates, come along, and sing with us!
No experience necessary. No solos, no sheet music, just fun! Feeling brave? Try your hand at some harmonies.
Under the direction of Katherine John (Newport Pub Choir) and with live musicians, this is an event not seen before at the Festival and not to be missed!
Doors open at 7pm, warming of the vocals chords commence at 7.30pm!Find out more »