"I was very impressed with the quality of work at Le Parc Lumiere."
"I was very impressed with the quality of work at Le Parc Lumiere. The inspiring mixture of works utilising and drawing upon different techniques and artistic approaches meant the diversity of works made for an event that was exploratitry and exciting for the visitors and guests that enjoyed the event."
The Town of Claremont did an excellent job of displaying the work around the park, which was filled with excited children and adults alike on the night I visited, all interacting with the pieces and stimulating the exploring visitors.
I found myself lost in the works for over a few hours and really enjoyed meeting the talented mix of artists and interacting with their works.
Here in Perth, we are so removed from the trends and competition of other parts of the world, and our own unique creative identity flourishes as a result and I feel this was evident in all of the works.
I feel that art and design here in Western Australia incorporates a variety of influences – ancient and thriving Aboriginal cultures and arts, the rich multiculturalism that makes up our city and our proximity to ocean, river and bush. The event was a melting pot of different techniques, cultures and approaches and a beautiful way for community of all ages to come together to interact and enjoy.”
- Sam Fazzari
Thank a Volunteer Day
The Town is so fortunate to have so many volunteers who give their skills, time and expertise willingly. This celebration is a way for us all to come together to celebrate all they do for the betterment of the community.
Celebrating Claremont’s Senior Citizens
Town of Claremont will be celebrating their senior citizens next month with a schedule of events to run as part of WA Seniors Week from 6 to 13 November 2022.
Hook Line and Sinker! Claremont Museum’s Lost Skills program
The Claremont Museum’s Lost Skills program is back this month to revive lost skills and crafts. The next workshop on Sunday, 16 October is all about learning to fish.