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Ellenbrook art winners

WINNERS in the Ellenbrook Open Art Awards were announced at the exhibition’s opening night on Friday, September 2. Ellenbrook Arts executive director Carol Harris said the organisation worked hard to support the local arts community. “Our aim is to highlight ...

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Write a book in a day

School students around the nation have risen to a challenge to write a book in a day and raise funds for childhood cancer research. The competition turns students into writers, editors, illustrators and book publishers in the pressure cooker of ...

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Hayley captivates voters

Talented 12-year-old Hayley Kerr has been awarded the people’s choice winner of the City of Swan’s ninth annual HyperVision art competition with her artwork entitled My other self. The Kalamunda Senior High School student describes herself as a lover of ...

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Auctioning affordable art

Gifted and Talented students at Kalamunda Senior High School are working hard to generate artworks for an art auction fundraiser event at the school next month, to help students get to New York. The auction will be held in the ...

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Matt Hale comedy hypnotist

  Tracey Fox I AM an open minded soul, so when I was invited to a special comedy hypnosis show with professional stage hypnotist Matt Hale at the Kalamunda Performing Art Centre recently I was excited to see what it ...

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Sculptures ready for the sea

TWO well-known artists are set to showcase their work at Sculptures by the Sea in Cottesloe this weekend. Microscopic marine life is the inspiration behind Lesmurdie ceramic artist Andrea Vinkovic‘s latest Sculptures by the Sea piece which is being unveiled ...

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Midlandia goes to the moon and back

INTERTWINING a fear of space and marriage sounds like an odd combination. However musical comedian Gillian Cosgriff turned this hilarious proposition into a clever blend of original stand-up comedy and cabaret when she performed her show To the Moon and ...

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Launching festival fun

Veteran comedian Paul McDermott amused and entertained at the official launch of Fringe World’s Midlandia at the historic Midland Junction Arts Centre (MJAC) on Tuesday night. The actor, singer and television host best known for Good News Week and the ...

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Youth theatre digs beneath the surface

Swan View resident Liam Longley is throwing his creative energies into an original production On the Face of Things, which is getting good reviews on the Fringe World circuit. The 20-year-old WA Youth Theatre Company (WAYTCo) member plays a character ...

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