‘Showcase’ will profile the creativity, skill and talent of artists and arts organisations in Western Australia through media, social media platforms and outdoor screens across the city.

A girl standing with a bucket of paint holding a paint brush looking into the camera in front of a mural being painted by other people.

Esperance Community Mural

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Artist-in-residence George Domahidy worked with Esperance youth and their families to create a large-scale mural on the exterior of the Esperance Indoor Stadium.
A young child kneeling down on a wooden bridge looking at a painting positioned on the ground.

North Parmelia Project

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Resident artist Kaitlyn Elsegood worked with the North Parmelia Primary School community, in celebration of 50th anniversary, to examine and identify significant aspects and people of Kwinana.
Two sculptors standing behind a sculptured sitting bench.

Merredin arts project

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Artists Lewis Horne and Chloe Flockart worked with the Merredin community to explore angle grinding, welding and plasma cutting.
A group of young kids crawling into a cardboard tunnel.

Because of You...We Dance

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

This performance project was led by children aged 4 to 7 years old with a significant adult in their life.
A group of people both sitting on chairs and standing in front of a library of books.

African Cultural Pathways

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Sisonke Msimang was ‘in residence’ with the Bridgepro Foundation at the Balga Recreation Centre.
A group of students and teachers holding some large sized puppets.

Marri Tree Nyitting Project

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Perth Festival gifted Bassendean Primary School the Kaarak (Red Tailed Black Cockatoo) and Marri tree as totems to care for in 2017.
A group of young musicians performing on stage.

Broome original music showcase

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) musicians collaborated with local students to compose, arrange and perform original music at the Broome Civic Centre in August 2021.
A projection on a screen at night amongst building.s.

Habitats and Homes

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Students from Fremantle Primary School, White Gum Valley Primary School and Hilton Primary School worked with artist-in-residence and WA Wildlife Native Arc to create imagery and sounds representing their ideas for the future.
A lady weaving a rug sitting on the desert.

Reclaim the Void

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

Recycled rag-rugs are being created by community participants during on Country camping trips and school workshops for Reclaim the Void.

We Must Get Together Sometime

Regional and Remote Festivals Fund

'We Must Get Together Sometime' is an artists’ collective committed to slow art making, through active long-term creative engagements with non-urban spaces.
Artist in residence Jacky Cheng, at 'TEND' exhibition opening,

The Junction Co.

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program

'Grow' is a creative community engagement residency program consisting of cultural sharing, artmaking and up-skilling of regional migrant artists.

Sarah Elson

Arts U-15k

Sarah Elson’s exhibition 'Jewels of the Crown Land' is a showcase Indian Ocean Craft Triennial event at the Fremantle Arts Centre.
Page reviewed 28 November 2023