Fringe festivals the world over bring society’s weird and wacky together for a celebration of all things arts, but one former Esperance resident is turning the occasion on its head.
The Friends of the Arts Centre committee is preparing for its second monthly Way Back When film night tonight at the Goldfields Arts Centre.
Country Arts WA is offering local emerging arts practitioners the opportunity to co-ordinate and deliver a unique youth leadership program as part of the upcoming Regional Arts Australia Summit.
The beauty of the Esperance Port Zone has been captured by many farmers participating in the annual South East Premium Wheat Growers’ Association photo competition.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents will be among the first in the country to have the chance to see John Pilger’s new documentary Utopia when it comes to the city on Sunday.
British rock band The Sweet are set to get the Goldfields Arts Centre rocking to the sound of their 1970s hits.
The Goldfields arts community has a busy year ahead of it and local group Artgold is ready to meet the challenges to come.
Stage Left Acting Youth is back for the 2014 school year to help discover Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s next generation of actors.
The 2000 Sydney Olympic Games closing ceremony was capped off with John Paul Young belting out the favourite Love is in the Air to millions of fans in the stadium and watching at home.
Goldfields Repertory Club members will fill up their buckets with detergent tomorrow for their annual car wash to raise money for the club’s building fund.
The Friends of the Arts Centre have revealed big plans for 2014 after the group’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday night shored up its position.
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