Fremantle Arts Centre

Fremantle Arts Centre
[Fremantle Arts Centre, image by Brad Rimmer]

Fremantle Arts Centre is a multi-arts organisation uniquely situated in a magnificent neo-gothic building. Part of the City of Fremantle, the Centre’s program of exhibitions, commissions, events and residencies brings together local, regional, national and international artists working with concerns that have currency with the Centre’s audiences.

Fremantle Arts Centre has four galleries at the Centre and one residential (Moores Building) and five non-residential (FAC) studios. A fifth gallery is managed by the Curator of the City of Fremantle Collection. The Centre presents a program of live events ranging from the intimate to those attracting capacity audiences of 2,300.

During 2008, one of Fremantle Arts Centre’s major undertakings is the Bon Scott Project which will see a host of Bon-related activities come to Fremantle (including the Bon Scott Blog by Lucas Ihlein).

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