The Town of Claremont prides itself on developing and fostering art and culture within its local community. The ability to express and celebrate our creativity, identity and history is an integral part of our cultural identity. It is one of the reasons Claremont remains a sought after place to live, work and visit.
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Art Transforming Claremont
Art Award & Exhibition
Click here to view a the 2017 Summer Autumn Event Guide.
From 31 March to 2 April the streets of Claremont will come alive with unique artistic talent, fashion runways and experiential pop up galleries for the annual ART TRA festival. Aerial artists, a light show and a DJ will launch the festival in the Claremont Quarter Town Square. In the following days some of the activities to expect include lifestyle-focused mini golf, a charity wine auction, youth activities, a European fashion show and food stalls from a number of Claremont eateries. Further details, including a program of events, will be posted closer to the date.
Artwork Brief for Art Contained
Artists Terms and Conditions for Art Contained
View a video on the public murals that took place as part of the 2016 program of art activities.
View a video on the art activities that were staged in the Claremont town centre for the 2016 festival.
Click here for the 2016 Art Transforming Claremont program.
Public art is an integral element of the Town’s vision for Claremont’s cultural identity. As such the Town has committed 1 per cent of the total project cost of new or renovated buildings to public art. It has also encouraged private developers to contribute to the installation of public art via its Town planning process. The installation of two new public art works in the revitalized Avion Way in the Claremont Town Centre is an example of the Town’s ongoing commitment.
Art Award & Exhibition
Our annual Art Award & Exhibition is fast becoming a favourite event for local and statewide artists.
Watch this space for our call for submissions in the second half of 2017, great prizes to be won, plus the chance to be exhibited to thousands of people.
Initiatives such as FORM and LandCorp’s the Good Shed project will provide the community with a usable multi-purpose space. Located behind the Station Masters House in Claremont the space is to be opened in August 2016, and will be used for artists in residence, openings and workshops.
to find out about arts events and activities happening in the community.