Perth Festival Public Programme

Saturday 10 February – Sunday 4 March 2018

Alongside the large-scale installation at Fremantle Arts Centre, audiences of Perth Festival can dive into a weekend program of free workshops, sensory walking tours, conversations and music from the Reunion Islands, Ghana and Kenya.

Try your hand at building water crafts with a maritime archaeologist before setting sail on open waters, learn how to have a 3 minute shower, trace the former shorelines of Walyalup, make your own distilling system for fresh water, and explore your grace and stamina by dancing in water with Rio Olympic synchronized swimmers.

Explore the full  event program at Fremantle Arts Centre below.

First Weekend

Saturday 10 February

  • All day: Our Past, Present & Future Through the Prism of Water
    A Day of Discussions as part of Museum of Water
  • 10.15 – 11am: 
  • 11 – 11.30am: 
  • 12 – 1pm: 
  • 1.30 – 2.45pm: 
  • 3 – 4.15pm: 

Sunday 11 February

  • 8 – 10am:  (starts Kidogo, Bathers Beach)
  • 10.30am – 12.30pm: 
  • 2 – 4pm: 

Second Weekend

Saturday 17 February

  • 10.30 – 11.30am: 
  • 10am – 1pm: 
  • 11am – 3pm:  (every 30 mins)
  • 11am – 3pm: 

Sunday 11 February

  • 10.30am – 12.30pm: 
  • 11am – 4pm: 
  • 12 – 12.30pm: 
  • 2 – 4pm:  featuring Kiltir (Reunion Island)

 

Third Weekend

Saturday 24 February

  • 10am – 3.30pm: 
  • 10.30 – 11.30am: 
  • 12 – 1pm:  Guest Speaker: Tom Vosmer: Maritime Archaeologist

Sunday 25 February

  • 10am – 3.30pm: 
  • 10am – 4pm: 
  • 2 – 4pm:  featuring Maia & The Big Sky (Kenya)
  • 4pm:  Launch (departing FAC on foot)

 


Fourth Weekend

Saturday 3 March

  • 10.30 – 11.30am: 
  • 10.30am – 12pm: 
  • 11am – 3pm:  (every 30 mins)
  • 1 – 2pm:  Bookings: access@perthfestival.com.au
  • 1 – 2.30pm: 

Sunday 4 March

  • 9am – 1pm:  at Fremantle Leisure Centre
  • 9 – 11.30am: 
  • 10am & 12pm: 
  • 11.30am – 1pm: 
  • 2 – 4pm:  featuring Jojo Abot (Ghana)

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