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Goolugatup Heathcote Gallery
Derbal Yerrigan Swan House This innovative gallery located within the Goolugatup Heathcote complex hosts regular exhibitions from local artists.
Childrens School of Contemporary Art
Derbal Yerrigan Swan House The School of Contemporary Art believe that the creative journey is the key to discovering and falling in love with art-making. Creating stimulating and engaging experiences is our commitment to students. We understand the importance of trial and error as valuable steps in creative growth. Risk-free experimentation and the courage to try new things, without fear of failure, allows students to learn in their own way, producing independent thinking and unexpected outcomes.
Perth Makers Market
Dandalup Murray House Perth Makers Market is an exclusively handmade only market South of the Swan River that makes its home at Heathcote Cultural Precinct in Applecross. All items that you will find at our market have been handcrafted by the stall holders themselves locally in WA.
Not Yet Perfect
Dandalup Murray House Not Yet Perfect is a ceramic business founded by Lucy Aboagye that strives to make beautiful pottery, but also beautiful creative experiences, soul soothing spaces, magical moments and idea inducing workshops. Ceramics are what set the table and create a place for people to come together, eat together, have deep conversation and create lasting memories. At Not Yet Perfect we will continue to create perfectly imperfect connection, beautifully flawed ceramics, and extend this spirit of liberation to the beholders of our creations.
Swan River Print Studio
Gyinning Ellen Brook Building Swan River Print Studio Gyinning Ellen Brook Building The Swan River Print Studio is based at Goolugatup Heathcote in Applecross. A small group of artists established the Studio in 2018 with the aim of creating a professional printmaking space and an environment to foster and encourage printmaking practice and collaboration with fellow artists. Current members are: Jo Darvall, Harvey Mullen, Claire Lawson, Annemie McAuliffe, Maggie Calzoni, Katie Glaskin, Kylee Larsen, Joy Lefroy, Elizabeth Atahan, Bronywn Aitken, Bill Taylor. Members employ a range of printmaking techniques including etching, aquatint, mezzotint, drypoint, monotype, relief printing and chine collé. The Swan River Print Studio held its inaugural summer exhibition in February 2019 at the Earlyworks Gallery in South Fremantle.
Djarlgarra Canning House First established as Bluewater Grill in 2003, BWG Steakhouse is now the beating heart of the heritage listed Heathcote Cultural Centre. Thanks to Chris’ tender loving care and great tenacity, beautiful old buildings have been reborn. Today they welcome couples, friends and families for brasserie style dining from lunch until late, casual and corporate get togethers, spectacular weddings and events.
Dandalup Murray House With combined expertise of over 38 years, founders Natalie Lane and Katrina Thomson bring depth and breadth to their business, having both run their own successful businesses before joining to form Your Hive. With an agile approach to business management, they are a dynamic pairing that fuse in-depth system knowledge with business acumen and warm professionalism. Natalie and Katrina have a team working in specialist areas from social media to corporate support, event management to systems and process development, systems and process development, CRM implementations, and general administration support.
Dandalup Murray House WAITOC is the peak representative for Aboriginal tours and experiences in Western Australia. We promote authentic cultural experiences at a state, national and international level.
Wisdom in Your Life
Dandalup Murray House WISDOM in Your Life is an Aboriginal social business. All our profits go to healing inter-generational and trans-generational trauma.
Sally Geach Bridal
Dandalup Murray House Custom made wedding gowns by designer Sally Geach.
Derbal Yerrigan Swan House Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) is a not-for-profit, non-government national association and peak advocacy body representing museums and galleries throughout Australia. AMaGA Western Australia is your friendly local branch that looks after collecting organisations in Western Australia. We provide professional services and training to staff, volunteers and those passionate for cultural and artistic collections to develop and sustain the over 400 museums and galleries throughout WA. We advocate on behalf of the sector to communicate the value of museums and galleries, raise professional standards, inform policy and promote ethical practice. The WA branch is governed by a Committee, elected by members of AMaGA Western Australia, that determines the operational and financial direction of the branch.