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Art Auction: Soroptimists Fremantle Western Australia

Help the homeless art auction. Supporting the: Fremantle Street Doctor Ther Sister's Place The Multicutural Centre

Wood Fire Conference 2014


The New Ceramics, Developing Glazes by Greg Daly

  The New Ceramics, Developing Glazes by Greg Daly

Fremantle Fire Festival

I was delighted to be invited by Fleur Schell,along with a few other pyromaniacs,  to light up the sky at a local Mosman Park school.7 Raku kilns were continuously stoked for 6 hours to fire the students work.

Open Studios 8th & 9th the Dec 2012

The artists listed (click ' read more' for the full list)  will open their studios to the public in December. The artist are as south as Fremantle and as north as Mundaring.   Cher Shackleton: Lockup Studio Unit 2/16 Peel Rd, O’Connor ph 0408904271 Sandra Black: 16 Hulbert St, South Fremantle ph 93355408 Janis Heston: 73 Glyde St,East Fremantle ph 93392655 (entrance at rear of house, via lane)

Pottery Classes

  POTTERY CLASSES with CHER SHACKLETON 'LOCKUP STUDIO' 2/16 Peel Rd O'Connor  0408904271 chershackleton@gmail.com   Next Term Dates TBA Please email for details    

Art & Wildflowers In the Outback - Bus / Camping trip

Art & Wildflowers In the Outback-  Bus / Camping trip   Come on a fantastic tour,- Potters Ian Dowling and Cher Shackleton in a three day weekend workshop at Sandstone where we (the tour participants) have a chance to paint / draw / share our art - and fire in Raku kilns with locals in Sandstone -  -  & why not ???  

Mundaring Arts Centre

I had the pleasure this week to have 2 days of fun, making native animals with a very enthusiastic group of children, and some of their mums. Greg Crowe and myself had been set the task to have the children make the animals for a display later this year in a Mundaring Community Art project. We hadn't expected the group to be so prolific. They produced kangaroos, echidnas, kookaburras, snakes,  turtles and owls. All very ...

Burrup (MURUJUGA) Heritage Tour, Australian Rock Art

Friends of Australian Rock Art (FARA) are pleased to announce their 5th annual tour to the Burrup peninsula outside Karratha to view the rock art of this world-renowned archaeological site.   Experience the majestic wonders of the Burrup – over a million petroglyphs dating back 30,000 years – the oldest and largest rock art gallery in the world!