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Fiona Mariah in concert

AUSTRALIA’S Got Talent contender Fiona Mariah will bring her stunning operatic soprano voice to the
Kalamunda stage this month for a breathtaking concert. Mariah was 50-years-old and busking on the streets of Fremantle when she was spotted by producers of the ...

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Hypervision art exhibition launched

TALENTED young artists were celebrated at the opening of the Hypervision art competition at the Midland Junction Arts Centre on Monday night. More than 150 artworks were submitted as part of the youth art exhibition and, an acrylic painting on ...

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Eye-catching mural

YOUNG artists from the Shire of Mundaring have turned a water tank into a piece of art at Brown Park Recreation Centre. Seen and Heard Youth Service worked in conjunction with Quarry Health Centre to create the 3m-wide mural. Shire ...

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Juniper honoured

THE Mundaring Bicentennial Scholarship Trust is celebrating its 25th anniversary by honouring the distinguished Western Australian artist Robert Juniper, who died last year. For the past 25 years, the Mundaring Bicentennial Scholarship Trust has assisted young artists in the Shire ...

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Showcasing rising talent

KALAMUNDA’S inaugural youth arts festival exhibition debuted at the Zig Zag Gallery and featured 45 pieces by over 35 young people from throughout the shire. The diverse range of entries included birds made from shells, wire sculptures of trees, textile ...

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Gomboc celebrates art

ART enthusiasts mingled with emerging and established artists to celebrate the opening of Gomboc Gallery’s 30th annual Sculpture Survey over the long weekend. Participating artists hailed from Japan, South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, France and the United States of ...

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Grace Barbé graces Kalamunda

AFTER winning ‘Best World Act’ four consecutive years in a row since 2009, Perth raised international musician Grace Barb� is heading over to Kalamunda. She will delight audiences at the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre with her vibrant, energetic and lively ...

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An innovative way to support art

FOR the past three years Woodbridge artist Peter Dailey has been working on a commission to create 10 figurative sculptures for an innovative group, The Syndicate. His life-size sculptures, created as his interpretation of the human figure, are scheduled for ...

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Public memorial goes private

NEGOTIATIONS are still underway with Patricia Juniper and the State Government to celebrate the life of acclaimed artist Robert Juniper who passed away last month. Following a story that appeared in Echo News last week which said the memorial service ...

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