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Garments the Heroes

Garments the Heroes   Saturday night’s Wearable Arts-Mandurah Showcase at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre (MPAC) added more weight to Mandurah’s growing reputation as a vibrant regional centre for the arts.   A full house was treated to a spectacular...

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2018 Successful Showcase Garments Announced

Congratulations to the following designers whose garments have been selected for the 2018 Wearable Art Mandurah Showcase: AVANT GARDE Alina Stanila Time Travel Antoaneta Tica Are you Thirsty? Diana Kelly The Butterfly Collector Larissa Murdock Gaiascope Louise Wells...

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Audio description for the visually impaired

WEARABLE ART MANDURAH SHOWCASE AUDIO DESCRIPTION   This year we want you to take your seat and immerse your imagination in the Wearable Art Mandurah showcase on Sunday 10 June.  BOLD!  EVOCATIVE!  BREATHTAKING! The body is a medium and the stage a canvas for...

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Pre-selection Designers Announced

Congratulations to the following designers from the Avant-Garde, Metallic and Transformation categories who have successfully advanced to the next round of judging. The core of Wearable Art Mandurah is the design competition and each year we are blown away with the...

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2018 Artistic Director Announced

Wearable Art Mandurah is pleased to welcome West Australia's own Bernie Bernard as Artistic Director of the 2018 showcase. Bernie has been part of the performing arts scene for 35 years, as a dancer, choreographer, teacher and mentor. Bernie is associated with WAAPA...

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Once Upon a Dream by Tash Kennedy

News Wearable Art Mandurah’s 2017 winners will be presented in a theatrical storyline at the opening of the WA Regional Art Summit at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on 12 October. Artistic Direction, concept and choreography is presented by Tash Kennedy,...

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2017 Winners Announced

News Marie Gallin and Jude Tupman 'Boab' Australia’s flora and fauna are so important to past and present cultures. Boab represents both the natural beauty of our wildlife, and the need to respect land and culture. Embellished with twigs, nuts, feathers, nest and bark...

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