The ARTE RICCA 2016 art show opens this Friday September 9 from 6-8 pm at the Beehive Montessori School at Curtin Avenue, Mosman Park, just past Fremantle’s Leighton Beach.
There is a large list of highly-regarded WA artists on the list of exhibitors, such as Alessandra Rossi, Annette Orr, Ben Joel, Eveline Kotai, Giles Hohnen, Jillian Green, Jon Denaro, Marrie Hobbs, Olga Cironis, Paul Moncrieff, Penny Coss, and many more, so all you art lovers, and more importantly art buyers! go and have a look.
The exhibition is also open on September 10, 11, 12, 16, 17 and 18.
The 30% commission becomes a tax-deductible donation to the school for the artists, and it funds the school’s Artist in Residence program.
Arte Ricca supports Beehive Montessori’s Capital Gifting Program, and this year proceeds from the exhibition will contribute to the school’s Artist-in-Residence Program.
The Hilton Primary School is looking for votes to win a free design and help with their community nature playground. The vision is to provide a space for children and the community to play, learn and grow together.
Check out the link for more information: http://www.myparkrules.com.au/organisation/?id=62
The BEACONSFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL are looking for parents who are entertainers (musicians, magicians, whatever your talent may be!) who would like to perform as part of the school fete on Saturday, 24th October.
If this is something you would like to do please contact email@example.com to register your interest.
It should be a fun day, so be part of it!
ROEL FOR FREO! Beaconsfield Ward. Truly Independent.
Written and authorised by Roel Loopers of 5 Maxwell Street, Beaconsfield 6162
Nice to see parents walking their children to school instead of dropping them off in posh 4WD. This boy really enjoyed the ride on his father’s shoulders to Fremantle St Patrick’s Primary School this morning. Dad walked too fast for my old legs to catch up and take a photo from the front unfortunately.
This is not a Fremantle story but it is one many of us cried about. MALALA YOUSAFZAY, who was shot in the head by the Taliban because she spoke out about education for girls in her country, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize jointly with Kailash Satyarthi.
They were awarded the prestigious prize “For their struggle against surpression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.”
It is a reminder to all of us that “When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.”
I believe it is our duty in Australia to engage in the privilege of the democratic process and to stand up for minority groups and social justice.