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Summer 2013 Summer 2013

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Arts , Crafts and Reading Fremantle City Library 8 William Street Fremantle T 08 9432 9766 http://www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/library

Premier's Summer Reading Challenge You th Holid ay progr am

5–12 years

This summer children from Kindergarten to Year 7 are encouraged to read for a minimum of 15 minutes a day from 3 December 2012 until 11 February 2013 in the Premier‘s Summer Reading Challenge (in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of WA) 2012-13. You can register online at summerreadingchallenge.org.au or collect a form and reading log from the library. All children who finish the Challenge will receive a letter of congratulations from the Premier and go into the prize draw. Happy summer reading!

Pyjamarama Evening Storytime

2–6 years

Wear your grooviest pyjamas, bring a favourite teddy and settle in for stories, songs, rhymes and a simple craft. When: Wednesday, 23 January Times: 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm Other news: Storytime will begin again in February 2013

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Arts and Crafts Spare Parts Puppet School of Puppetry 1 Short St, Fremantle T 08 9335 5044

www.sppt.asn.au

School Holiday Workshops

Ages 4–12

Get your children imagining, creating and performing at Spare Parts Puppet Theatre this coming school holidays! Genius will be unleashed as your children are guided through the process of crafting and maybe even performing their very own puppet show. Participants will also enjoy a performance of the The Velveteen Rabbit as part of their workshop fee. Cost: start from One day workshops - $85, Two Day workshops - $150 When: 7 – 25 January, workshops daily – check the website for details One day workshops, 4 – 6 years, Two day workshops, 7 – 12 years.

Kidogo Kids Holiday Art Program

Ages 5–11

Bathers Beach Mews Rd Fremantle T 08 9335 9636. www.kidogo.com.au Kidogo Kids' Art Programs are taught by real artists. The kids will be learning fine art techniques which may include drawing from observation, painting with acrylics and watercolours, sculpture, printmaking and/or mixed media. Kidogo kids programs are designed to help develop fine art techniques and creative thinking skills. When: 8, 9, 10 January, 15, 16, 17 January and 22, 23 and 24 January Time: 10.0 am–12.30 pm Cost: $32 per class

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Arts and Crafts The Makery 12-14 Norfolk Street , Fremantle T 9335 4278 www.atthemakery.com.au

Playgroup – Creativity for Little Hands

1–5 years

Creativity at an early age provides a wonderful kick-start to a life of creative thinking for your little one. Art is one of the expressions of creativity and it enhances development and learning in young children. We will explore and experience different materials, textures, and ideas, helping little hands turn their ideas into creations. When: Mondays and Thursdays, 10am – 11am Cost: $18

Lotions and Potions

13–adults

Always wanted to make your own skin care and really understand what goes into creating natural, pampering products. A wonderful journey of handmade, gentle products that can only benefit body and soul. Bring little containers to class or any old lip-balm sticks to re-use the packaging if you can! When: Sunday 9t Dec, 2pm – 5pm;mTuesday 18 Dec, 6.30pm – 9.30pm; Sunday 11 Jan, 2pm – 5pm Cost: $65

Junior Art Camp

6 – 12 years

This group will focus on painting and gift giving, with a little Papier Mache monster inspired by Little William (see image), created by US Artist Dan Reeder. When: Wed 19 to Fri 21s Dec, 9am – 1pm; and Mon 7 to Wed 9 Jan, 9am – 1pm Cost: $120

Senior Art Camp

13 – 17 years

This group will be focusing mainly on sculpting with a variety of elements and techniques. When: Wed 19h–Fri 21s Dec, 2pm – 6pm; and Mon 7–Wed 9t Jan, 2pm – 6pm Cost: $120

Printing with Passion

Ages 8 and over

Students will learn a range of printing techniques! Expect them to bring home a cushion, a canvas or a wonderful t-shirt printed in a range of colours and designs. Book for 3 weeks and we will offer a discount. Each week a different technique will be explored. When: Mon 14 Jan, 2pm – 5pm; Mon 21 Jan, 2pm – 5pm; and Mon 28 Jan, 2pm – 5pm. Cost: $45 4


Fremantle School Holiday Guide Arts and Crafts The Makery 12-14 Norfolk Street , Fremantle T 9335 4278 www.atthemakery.com.au

Papier Maché Monsters!

6-17 years

In a two-part workshop, participants will use coat-hangers, cardboard rolls, masking tape, paper and fabric to explore the possibilities of Papier Mâché! Examples of creative possibilities will be shown to the students to extend their imagination! When: Tues 22nd Jan and Tues 29th, 10am – 2pm; Cost: $65

Mixed Media Faces and Collage

13 to adult

A three week introduction to the wonderful world of Mixed Media Art! During the three week course you will delve into Backgrounds, Textures and Mediums, Image transfers, collage and Stylized Faces. When: Weekly from Wed 16th Jan to Wed 30th Jan, 2pm – 4pm; Cost: $95

Photo-Journalism

13 – 17 years

A great introduction to the art of Photo-Journalism for the budding photographer! Taught by local freelance photographer Jean-Paul Horré, your teen will walk the streets of Fremantle (fully supervised with at least 2 staff) learning the art of taking a great image. Bring a camera, water bottle, snack, hat and sunscreen! When: Weekly from Thurs 10th to Thurs 31st Jan, 2pm – 6pm Cost: $165

Baba Lala - Musical Playtime 42 Duke Street, East Fremantle T 0450793720 babalala.pennylanesmusic.com.au

Penny Lane’s Music Workshop

Birth–5 years

Musical Playtime for babies, toddlers, little kids and their adults. Sing songs, play instruments, dance around, celebrate, be silly, play games, soothe and farewell each other. When: Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 9am & 10am 5


Fremantle School Holiday Guide Arts and Crafts Fremantle Markets Cnr Henderson St and South Tce, Fremantle www.fremantlemarkets.com.au

Free Pottery

15 years and under

Try something different these school holidays and let potter Judy Nastov show your little one how to make an ornament out of clay. The clay is self drying clay so the children can make something and then take it with them. No booking required When: 9.00 am– 11.00 am - Thursday 20 and Friday 21 December Cost: Free

Performance Learn to Sail Classes for Children

Ages 8–11 years

Fremantle Sailing Club T 08 9435 8882 Jill Slawson, Monday ,Wednesday or Friday E training@fsc.com.au At Fremantle Sailing Club we have a beautifully protected pond with a beach providing a super safe, controlled environment to run our classes. We have the finest coaches who work under our internationally acclaimed 2012 Olympic Sailing Coach Arthur Brett. When: Monday, 7 January until Friday, 11 January 2013 Tuesday, 15 January until Saturday, 19 January 2013

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Youth Holiday Program .

Want to be involved in the design of the Youth Skate Plaza at the Esplanade? Register at www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/ skate_park_design. Check our facebook page for updates

Ages 12–25 This youth holiday program is FREE All workshops require registrations. Register at: www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/summerholidayprogram

Skateboarding

Urban Art

Helmets & skateboards provided. Disclaimer form must be completed

Paint the entire Fremantle Skatepark.

When: Sunday 9 December 2012 Beginner clinic 10.00 am, Intermediate clinic 11.30 am, Best trick 1.00 pm Filming Session Where: Montreal Street Skatepark

Girls Crispy Cruisers Skateboarding When: Saturday 19 January 12 noon–2.00 pm Where: Leighton Beach, Meet @ Leighton Beach Kiosk

Skateboarding When: Saturday 2 February Beginner clinic 10.00 am, Intermediate clinic 11:30am, Game of Skate 1.00 pm Where: Fremantle Skatepark, Beach Street

MUST ATTEND ALL 6 DAYS When: Tuesday 15 January 11.00 am–3.00 pm Where: Fremantle Town Hall All other workshops at the Fremantle Skatepark Thursday 17 January 11.00 am–1.00 pm Tuesday 22 January 10.00 am–4.00 pm Wednesday 23 January 10.00 am–4.00 pm Thursday 24 January 10.00 am–4.00 pm Friday 25 January 10.00 am–4.00 pm

Drama When: Thursday 17 January 2.00 pm–4.00 pm Where: Fremantle Town Hall

Parkour When: Sunday 20 January 10.00 am––12 noon Where: Kings Square, Fremantle

Design a Tote Bag When; Tuesday 22 January 9.00 am–1.00 pm Where: 4/64 Cnr Point & Adelaide Streets, Fremantle.

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Dismantle‘s Summer School Holiday Program Dismantle dismantle.org.au Dismantle is a not-for-profit organisation based in Fremantle that promotes the use of bicycles as a preferred method of transport to contribute to healthier people, happier communities and a thriving planet.

Kites and Bikes Make your own kite in the dismantle workshop from recycled plastic bags. Practice flying your new kite on your bike‘s handle bars in the Esplanade Park. Once you‘ve perfected your kite flying skills we‘ll have a ‗slow bike race‘ where the aim is to ride as slow as possible without stopping, whit your kite attached to the handle bars of your bike. Date: Wednesday 2 January Time : 10.00 am–2.00 pm What to bring : A thicker plastic bag (we‘ll supply some if you forget), your bike, a helmet, a water bottle and a packed lunch (we supply fruit and snacks).

Recycled Bike Part Creations & Bike-chain Jewellery: Get creative and make sculptures, objects or creatures using recycled bike parts. With our help you can turn scrap metal into works of art or beautiful jewellery, we‘ll also teach you how to clean and polish metal parts so your creation is briliiantly shiny. Time : 10.00 am–1.00 pm Date: Wednesday 9 January 2 What to bring: A water bottle and packed lunch (we supply fruit and snacks).

Bike Maintenance Course A hands-on session covering the essentials of bike maintenance. Learn how to service your bike to keep it road ready and safe at all times. Also become confident with bike parts and basic tools. Dates: Wednesday 16 January Time ; 10.00 am–12 noon What to bring: Your bike, a water bottle and clothes you don‘t mind getting a little dirty. 8


Fremantle School Holiday Guide Dismantle‘s Summer School Holiday Program Dismantle dismantle.org.au

Bike Beach Picnic Enjoy a social ride to the beach for a day of fun sports. Meet at Dismantle workshop where we‘ll give you a quick safety talk on riding in groups. We‘ll then ride down the bike path behind dismantle to South Beach together as a group where we‘ll have summer sports are set up (cricket, volleyball or badminton). We‘ll have a lunch of hot chips before riding back together and finish back at Dismantle workshop. Dates: Wednesday 23 January Time: 10.00 am,–2.00 pm What to bring: Your bike, a helmet, sunscreen, hat, a water bottle, games such as balls or frisbees, towel and bathers (backpack definitely recommended).

Bicycle Basket Weaving, Film & Group Ride Use recycled plastic strips and simple weaving techniques to make your own bicycle basket while we play a projected film at the workshop while you weave. After the film we‘ll help you attach your new baskets to your bikes and ride together to the grassed area at Bather‘s Beach for lunch, before returning to Dismantle workshop. Date:: Wednesday 30t January Time: 10.00 am–2.00 pm What to bring: Your bike, a helmet, sunscreen, hat, a water bottle and packed lunch (we supply fruit and snacks).

Cost of the Dismantle Workshops We offer a few options for payment: School holiday membership: $50 per child: gives 1 child access to all school holiday workshops. Pay as you go: $15 per child per individual school holiday workshop. Discounted membership cost: If you are already a Dismantle member pay just $30 to enroll your child in all of the holiday workshops. See dismantle.org.au for more information on membership.

How to register: Our website dismantle.org.au will be open for payment and registration soon. In the meantime you can reserve a spot by emailing tess@dismantle.org.au PLEASE NOTE: Adequate supervision is provided and we are more than happy to take your child off your hands for a few hours. Parents are more than welcome to stay and we do not charge for parents, however we may ask you to help with simple tasks and supervision, unfortunately we cannot supply parents with extra materials. 9


Arts and Crafts Fremantle Arts Centre Fremantle Arts Centre 1 Finnerty St, Fremantle. T 08 9432 9555 www.fac.org.au

kids holiday.

5–8 years

Creative Clay Anneke de Rooij Create miniature versions of your pet or favourite animal in clay. Discover a number of handbuilding, decorating and assembling techniques. Your personalised sculptures will be fired and ready to take home two weeks after class. Mon 21 Jan | 10am–12noon or Mon 21 Jan | 1pm–3pm $37 incl. materials Sew Your Own Cuddly Animal Lucinda Crimson (6-8 years) Create your own soft toy while learning simple hand stitching techniques. Draw a picture of your favourite animal, pet or a creature from your imagination then turn it into a cuddly toy to take home. Mon 21 Jan | 10am-1pm or Thurs 24 Jan | 10am-1pm $44 incl. materials Paste – Up Art on Canvas Lady Bananas Create cool canvas art using paste-ups, a fun and simple yet striking urban art technique where paper images and characters are transferred onto a surface. Learn how to combine stencils, photocopies and colour to create a multilayered masterpiece. Mon 21 Jan | 10am-1pm or Weds 23 Jan | 10am-1pm $44 incl. materials

Mosaic Your Own Colourful Plaque Renae Martin Learn how to combine simple shapes and colours to create images. Using child friendly tiles, mosaic your own plaque and learn how to grout. Take your piece home to hang on your wall. Tues 22 Jan | 10am-1pm or Fri 1 Feb | 10am-1pm $50 incl. materials Making Books Bernadette Aitken Discover how books were made in ancient times. Make scroll and construct two other simple books adorning them with your own illustrations. Weds 23 Jan | 10am-12noon $37 incl. materials Stamp, Print, Repeat Gila Cohen Decorate a calico bag with colourful designs and patterns. Learn a variety of textile printmaking techniques using your own foam etchings, stamps and interesting textured materials. Weds 23 Jan | 10am–12noon $37 incl. materials Decorate Your Own T-Shirt Bernadette Aitken Come along and personalise a t-shirt using a range of fun and colourful textile and printing techniques. Bring a white t-shirt to decorate. Weds 23 Jan | 1pm-3pm $37 incl. materials

3D Kooky Characters Gila Cohen (6-8 years) Have fun inventing and constructing your own unique 3D character using colourful card, paper, cardboard and a mountain of recycled materials. Develop your own creature, giving it its own special features using fun embellishments. Tues 22 Jan | 10am–1pm $44 incl. materials Cut, Paste & Animate Steven Aiton Using computers and video cameras, create your own animated story onscreen with colourful paper cut-outs of yourself and fun props. Parents are invited to watch a screening at the end of the session. A DVD of the animations will be posted to you after the workshop. Tues 22 Jan | 10am–3pm $80 incl. materials & DVD 10


Arts and Crafts Fremantle Arts Centre kids holidays

5–8 years

Character Creation & Mask Making Gila Cohen Create a number of drawings and a special mask of a character you‘ve invented. Using a variety of colourful embellishments, convert your drawings into a mask that you can wear for hours of fun at home. Fri 25 Jan | 10am-12noon $37 incl. materials Colourful Beaded Necklaces Claire Brooks Create a range of special beads using old storybooks, cutouts and paper to make your own neckpiece. With simple laminating techniques and a pair of pliers, learn the first steps to constructing jewellery pieces. Fri 25 Jan | 10am-1pm $44 incl. materials Functional Clay – Mugs & Bowls Anneke de Rooij Learn handbuilding techniques to make your own mug, jug or bowl. Once built, decorate your piece by painting on colourful non-toxic underglazes. Pieces will be fired and glazed at FAC, usable to eat and drink out of. Tues 29 Jan | 10am-12noon $37 incl. materials Sea Adventures In Animation Steven Aiton Using the underwater world as a theme, make your story come to life onscreen using computers and video cameras. Parents are invited to a screening at the end of the session. A DVD of the animations will be posted to you after the workshop. Tues 29 Jan | 10am–3pm $80 incl. materials & DVD

Music – Jam It Up Roly Skender Invent and record your own song, from lyrics to melodies, with award winning musician and audiovisual producer Roly Skender. Working in small groups, come up with a cool theme for your song, have a jam on a variety of instruments from the ukulele to percussion and learn to use your voice. The track created during the workshop will be burned onto a CD for you to keep. Thurs 31 Jan| 10am–1pm $60 incl. materials & CD Colourful Printed T-Shirts Angela Ferolla Decorate your own t-shirt combining Kirigami cut-outs and fun screenprinting techniques. Learn about Kirigami (the Japanese art of symmetrical paper cut-outs) to create snowflake-like stencils which will be printed onto your tshirt using colourful fabric inks. Bring a t-shirt along to print on. Fri 1 Feb | 10am-1pm $44 incl. materials Arty Canvases Lucinda Crimson Create a colourful multilayered artwork on canvas, learning how to combine screenprinting and handstitching. Print an image onto fabric then decorate it with embroidery threads and glittery paints. Thurs 31 Jan | 10am–2pm $56 incl. materials

Drawing Portraits Lucinda Crimson Learn how to use colour and shapes to create portraits, silhouettes and profiles of yourself. Learn a variety of fun and experimental techniques. Create a number of works including a cool poster. Wed 30 Jan | 10am–12noon $37 incl. materials Felted Fuzzy Friends Sue Espie (kids working with an adult) Design your own colourful toy, from a shark to an elephant, snake or bird, then make it come alive in felt. A fun way for kids and adults to learn feltmaking techniques. Weds Jan 30 | 10am–3pm $74 incl. materials The World Of Stage Acting Rachel Gorman Have fun learning about the world of stage acting. Working in small groups, establish a scene and bring your character to life. Parents are invited to view a short performance at the end of class. Thurs 31 Jan | 10am-12 noon $27 11


Arts and Crafts Fremantle Arts Centre kids holidays

9–12 years

Mosaic Your Own Colourful Plaque Renae Martin Using child friendly tiles, mosaic a colourful plaque from your own image designed in class. Learn how to create detail and characteristics using shapes and colours. Mon 21 Jan | 10am-1pm or Fri 25 Jan | 10am-1pm $50 incl. Materials

Perspex Pendants Claire Brooks Learn simple jewellery-making skills such as riveting, filing and assembling to create a dazzling pendant combining acrylic sheeting with colourful fabrics. Turn your pendant into a beautiful neckpiece using tigertail and colourful beads. Thurs 24 Jan | 10am-1pm $44 incl. materials

Urban Art – Paint Marker Madness Level 2 Lady Bananas An advanced workshop created for any of Lady Bananas previous urban art students. Honing in on your skills, Funky Fimo Jewellery Sophie Guittiere Design your own accessories with easily malleable model- customise an A3 canvas combining paint markers with ling product, Fimo. Learn how to create special patterns in other fun urban art materials. Emphasis is on character design and lettering. Fimo, making a personalised pendant and ring. Thurs 24 Jan | 10am–2pm Mon 21 Jan | 10am–1pm $56 incl. materials Tues 29 Jan | 10am–1pm $44 incl. materials Create & Animate Level 2 Steven Aiton Urban Art – Multilayered ―Stick-Ups‖ on Board Lady Bananas Combine pre-cut stencils, paste-ups (paper cut-outs that are adhered to a surface), lettering, aerosols and paint markers to create your own multilayered masterpiece on MDF board. Learn compositional techniques and how to combine all these cool mediums. Tues 22 Jan | 10am–2pm $56 incl. materials Make Your Own Monster Lucinda Crimson Design, sew and stuff your own ugly or cute soft toy then embellish it using fabrics and felt, buttons and trims. Visit chinkywooster.com to see examples of Lucinda‘s toys. Tues 22 Jan | 10am–3pm $74 incl. materials Drawing with Wire – Figures in Action Gila Cohen Draw and sculpt with wire to make a figure in action which will be mounted onto a colourful base. Learn how to create dimension with wire, giving your figure special characteristics using plaster bandages and various draping techniques. Weds 23 Jan | 1pm-4pm $44 incl. materials Create & Animate Level 1 Steven Aiton Devise a story with characters, then using computers and video cameras bring your story to life on screen. Parents are invited to watch a screening at the end of the session. A DVD of the animations will be posted to you after the workshop. Wed 23 Jan | 10am–3pm or Wed 30 Jan | 10am–3pm $80 incl. materials & DVD

A follow on class from Steven's Create & Animate level 1 workshop. Animation enthusiasts now have the chance to build on skills and master even more animation techniques. A DVD of the animations will be posted to you after the workshop. Thurs 24 Jan | 10am–3pm or Thurs 31 Jan | 10am–3pm $80 incl. materials & DVD Printed T-Shirt Lucinda Crimson Design a funky image, learn how to hand-cut stencils and transfer designs onto a t-shirt using screenprinting techniques. The result will be a colourful customised tshirt that you can wear out and about. Bring along a pale t-shirt to print on. Fri 25 Jan | 10am–2pm $56 incl. materials (exc. T-Shirt) Learn the Ukulele Shaun Chandran Learn a range of basic chords, rhythm and strumming patterns which will have you playing a variety of popular songs by the end of the workshop. Designed for beginners with no prior music knowledge. Bring your own ukulele, Shaun will also show you how to tune it to get you started. Fri 25 Jan | 10am-12noon $37 Drawing Self-Portraits Gila Cohen Create large scale self-portraits from observation, experimenting with various drawing materials such as pencil, ink and charcoal. Learn about proportion, negative space, tone and shade to create a masterpiece on beautiful A1 artist quality paper. Fri 25 Jan | 1pm-3pm $37 incl. materials 12


Arts and Crafts Fremantle Arts Centre kids holidays

9–12 years

Large Scale Pastel Drawings Gila Cohen Learn observation and practical skills to draw from still life. Discover the luscious qualities of pastels, how to create detail and use colour on large scale. Students will create a number of A3 works on artists quality paper. Tues 29 Jan | 10am–1pm $44 incl. materials Colourful Embroidered Bags Lucinda Crimson Design and embroider your own bright hessian bag. Learn various hand-stitching techniques to embroider pictures and designs. Your masterpiece will be lined with a calico bag, strong enough for you to use out and about. Tues 29 Jan | 10am-2pm $56 incl. materials Functional Clay – Mugs & Bowls Anneke de Rooij Learn handbuilding techniques to make your own mug, jug or bowl. Design and build your piece, then decorate it by painting on colourful non-toxic underglazes. Pieces will be fired and glazed at FAC, usable to eat and drink out of. Tues 29 Jan | 1pm-4pm $44 incl. materials

Theatre Skills & Stage Acting Rachel Gorman Discover theatre skills such as improvisation, character development, stage presence and plot. Perform your piece to the rest of the group, putting your newly gained skills into action. A great way to boost your performance imagination and self confidence. Thurs 31 Jan | 1pm-3pm $27 3D Characters in Clay Anneke de Rooij Guided by a story, create your own character in clay. Imagine aspects of the character‘s life to inform its appearance; Where would it live? What would it do? Learn a number of design, texturing, handbuilding and assembling techniques. Fri 1 Feb | 10am–1pm $42 incl. materials

Crocheted Sculptures –Thrombolites Shaaron du Bignon Learn how to crochet in a free form sculptural way, creating your own hanging thrombolite sculpture or interesting vessel. Using recycled materials, you will master Music – Jam It Up Roly Skender simple construction and decorative techniques of crochet. Learn how to write a music track with award winning musi- Learn about Thrombolites, the most ancient living rocks cian and audiovisual producer Roly Skender. Working in on Earth, the inspiration for your sculptures. small groups, come up with snappy rhymes and lyrics, have Fri 1 Feb | 10am-2pm a jam on a variety of instruments from the guitar to ukulele $56 incl. materials and percussion and learn to use your voice. The music creCreate & Animate Level 3 ated during this workshop will be burned onto a CD for Steven Aiton you to keep. If you've done Steven's first two animation classes and Weds 30 Jan | 10am–1pm want to come back for even more, here‘s your chance. $60 incl. materials & CD The perfect class for animation enthusiasts. A DVD of the Refashioned T-Shirts animations will be posted to you after the workshop. Lucinda Crimson Fri 1 Feb | 10am–3pm Bring along old favourite t-shirts to cut-up and stitch into $80 incl. materials & DVD something new; a halter top, ruffled blouse, scarf or bag. Animation Club Learn fun and simple ways to create new items from old Steven Aiton favourites. Due to popular demand FAC has created an animation Wed 30 Jan | 1pm-4pm club for students who have completed Steven‘s Level 3 $44 incl. materials Animation workshop. Working as a team, develop your Multimedia Fashion Sketches Angela Ferolla skills and produce a short film complete with a public Discover how to put your designs to paper. Learn to screening later in the year at FAC. create interesting forms, patterns and textures using Sun 17 Feb | 11am–4pm illustration, collage and cut-outs to create a series of Sun 17 Mar | 11am–4pm multimedia fashion sketches. Sun 7 Apr | 11am–4pm Thurs 31 Jan | 10am–1pm $60 incl. materials $44 incl. materials

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Arts and Crafts Fremantle Arts Centre 1 Finnerty St, Fremantle. T 08 9432 9555

www.fac.org.au

Photography – The Visual Diary

Ages 13–18

Jean-Paul Horré Take one step closer to shooting the images you love. Learn technical aspects of photography; shutter speed, ISO, depth of field and composition. Create your own visual diary, expressing yourself through photography. Tuesdays (3 weeks) 26 Feb-12 Mar | 5:30pm-7:30pm $63/ members $57

Urban Art – Personalised Skate Decks Lady Bananas Create a piece of urban art using various specialist materials such as aerosol, paint pens, markers and stencilling techniques. Discuss and design imagery then transfer it onto your deck. Decks can be purchased on the day for approx. $20. Sat 16 Mar | 1pm-5pm$53/ members $48

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Museums Western Australian Maritime Museum Victoria Quay T 08 9431 8334 www.museum.wa.gov.au

Wild Antarctica

Ages 4+

Escape the summer heat and chill out at Maritime Museum with our awesome Antarctic activities! Get constructive with your own Coolcraft Penguins activity, create a Wild Antarctica pop-up landscape, or show off your blizzard brains in our Games Chill Zone. Don't forget to explore the free Traversing Antarctica exhibition! When: Monday 21 January – Friday 1 February (excluding weekends and Australia Day Holiday 28 January) Times: Activities between 10.00 am–2.00 pm Cost:: Museum Entry: $3 child; $10 adult; $5 concession. Membership discounts apply to Museum entry Activity Costs: $3 for Coolcraft Penguins activity, $2 for Wild Antarctica pop-up, $2 for Rockhopper Penguin papercraft OR all craft activities for $5. Games Chill Zone FREE

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Museums Western Australian Museum Shipwrecks Galleries

Ages 4+

Cliff St, Fremantle Open daily: 9.30 am–5.00 pm T 08 9431 8469

Treasure Quest ! Description: Avast, me hearties! Some pesky pirates have raided the Museum and hidden the Treasure of the Golden Dragon! Find the treasure and take home your very own silvery coin and a treasure chest to decorate. Trick your mateys and create a clever illusion with the Spin-Me-Treasure Pirate Thaumatrope, or hop into pirate game action! When: Monday 21 January – Friday 1 February (excluding weekends and Australia Day Holiday 28 January). Activities between 10am – 2pm Ages: 4+ Cost: $4 for Treasure of the Golden Dragon trail. $1 for Spin-Me-Treasure Pirate Thaumatropes Other activities FREE

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Museums

Army Museum Of Western Australia

All ages

Burt Street, Fremantle T 9430 2535 Wednesday–Sunday 11.00 am– 4.00 pm Costs: $10 Adults, $7 child; Family $20 (2x2) Children under 4 free Join the fun and follow the trail of our Western Australian Anzac soldiers from colonial times to peace-keeping today.

Western Australian Museum Submarine Ovens

Over 5 years

Where: Victoria Quay T 089431 8334 Open: 10.00 am—3.30 pm Cost: Adults $8 Child $3, Family $20 (2x2), No children under 5. Do you want to show the kids a real Submarine? Guided tours of the submarine leave every half hour from the Western Australian Museum - Maritime. Bookings are advised during school holidays

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Performances The Velveteen Rabbit

Ages 4–12

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre 1 Short Street, Fremantle T 08 9335 5044 www.sppt.asn.au When 7 – 25 January, performances Mon – Sat, Times 10.00 am & 1.00 pm Cost

starts from $17.50 The Velveteen Rabbit is the story of a young boy‘s much-cherished toy. To his family, it is just a soft toy amongst many, but to the boy, the rabbit is much more. A wise horse, bossy bulldozers, a flying fairy and a toy box full of crazy, colourful, walking, talking toys makes The Velveteen Rabbit a magical puppetry experience. Is it just imagination or can the bond of love make something real? A show for all ages, anybody who has ever had a favourite stuffed toy will be enchanted by this beloved classic.

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Movies in the Square

Movies in the Square

For all ages

Kings Square, Fremantle Free Bring your whole family down to Kings Square, William Street, Fremantle and enjoy family friendly movies under the stars. Bring rugs, bean bags, low lying chairs and cushions to sit on. The Lorax— 15 December, starts: 7.50 pm A 12-year-old boy searches for the one thing that will enable him to win the affection of the girl of his dreams. To find it he must discover the story of the Lorax, the grumpy yet charming creature who fights to protect his world. The Mysterious Island—12 January, starts: 8.00 pm Journey 2: Sean Anderson partners with his mom's husband on a mission to find his grandfather, who is thought to be missing on a mythical island. The Muppets—9 February, starts: 7.45 pm With the help of three fans, The Muppets must reunite to save their old theatre from a greedy oil tycoon. Brave—9 March, starts: 7.10 pm Determined to make her own path in life, Princess Merida defies a custom that brings chaos to her kingdom. Granted one wish, Merida must rely on her bravery and her archery skills to undo a beastly curse FrantleSchool Holiday Guide provide by the Fre-info Community information Service Tel 9432 988

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Fremantle School Holiday Guide Duyfken1606 Replica Ship

Over 5 years

www.duyfken.com/visit The replica late sixteenth century sailing ship Duyfken (In English means ―Little Dove‖) is about to return to Western Australian waters for the first time in more than five years. Location: The rear of Little Creatures Brewery, Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, 40 Mews Road Fremantle Opening Hours : 10.00 am–16.00 pm weekdays, 10.00 am–17.00 pm weekends and school holidays. Cost: $10 per adult, $5 per child (5 - 15 years) , $25 family pass 2 adults 2 children Tickets can be purchased on the jetty No strollers, prams, backpacks or large bags etc can be taken onboard

SkyView Observation Wheel & Kiddy Land

All ages

Esplanade Reserve, Fremantle

Kiddy Land Cost; Sea Circus $ 6, Freo Flyer $ 5, Pirate Ship $ 5, Trampoline $ 10 Times: Tuesdays–Thursday 12 Noon –8 .00 pm, Fridays 12 noon–9.00 pm, Saturdays and Sunday 10.00 am–9.00 pm

SkyView Observation Wheel The SkyView Observation Wheel is Australia‘s largest relocatable ferris wheel and provides unprecedented views of Fremantle Town and Harbours. The rides take around 10 minute ride, the number of rotations depends on frequency of passengers disembarking. 6 passengers per gondola. Wheelcheer access available. Cost : $ 12 dollars per person. When 2 or more $ 10 per person. Children $ 10 per person Times: Monday–Friday 12 noon–9.00 pm, Saturdays, Sundays 10.00 am–9.00 pm

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Fremantle Summer Holiday Guide  

What's on for school aged children during the summer school holidays in Fremantle.

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