The Fringe Festival is taking over Tanaka Lane in Chinatown as a vibrant festival arts hub.
The best thing about Festivals is the joyful creative vibe they bring to a town, and the Festival Laneway will be the beating heart of local arts, craft and music… with a little festival bar!
The Festival Laneway is in the heart of Chinatown and is a creative space with murals on the walls celebrating the environment and stories of Broometown’s multicultural social history. It’s the perfect spot to meet the artists and create your own personal artwork.
Sign up for one of five free art workshops with some of our most amazing local artists, and then hang around to see one of the top musos playing around town… and have a pre-dinner drink at the festival bar while you’re there.
Tickets for the FREE Art workshops with $2.00 admin charge (limited numbers)
|DATE||ART WORKSHOP||MUSIC AT THE FESTIVAL BAR|
|3.00 – 4.00pm |
4.00 – 5.00pm
|Chrissy Carter’s Clay Creations for kids using quality air-dry clay that can be painted. Pinchpot monsters: complete with horns, wings, teeth and things! |
Nature tiles: using flowers or other elements create your own decorative keepsake.
|5.00 – 7.00pm||Join us as we open the bar and relax and reminisce with your favourite classic jazz standards performed by Tania McKenna and Hayden Kuhtze.|
|3 – 5pm||Learn how to cut your own design into a printing stamp with local Indigenous Artist Maxine Charlie, and then create some personal gift cards. |
|5.00 – 7.00pm||Talented musicians from Broome Senior High School will play a selection of original material and covers Enjoy the next generation of Broome creativity.|
|3 – 5pm||With local multi-disciplinary artist, Xiaoli Wang, you can explore your ideas using monoprint technique, creating unique printed images on paper. “Brush out what I see, what I cannot see, what I want to see”. |
|5.00 – 7.00pm||Jaime Jackett is a talented Australian-Canadian songwriter and keyboardist crafting her own unique and expressive songs.|
|3 – 5pm||‘Urban sketching’ is booming worldwide, and you can join artist Amelia Jajko to capture the essence of Broome’s historic Chinatown. |
|5.00 – 7.00pm||Local singer-songwriter Wil Thomas brings acoustic originals with an Americana flavour.|
|3 – 5pm||Join Jacky Cheng, a leading paper artist, and create your own small notebook with the bespoke craft of bookbinding. |
|5.00 – 7.00pm||AJ Moore is a acoustic guitarist playing favourite Broome-style songs from local artist as well as some classic covers.|
This very special festival program is funded through Regional Arts Australia
and sponsored by Paspaley Plaza.