Those of you familiar with our work will know that CAN has had a long association with oral historian Bill Bunbury. He has recorded and edited many of our successful oral history projects.
Bill recently launched his book Invisible Country. South West Australia: Understanding a landscape.
The award winning broadcaster interviewed farmers, ecologists, traditional owners and others involved with the land to explore the environmental changes that have impacted the South West since European settlement.
Invisible Country is a reminder that the land owns the people, not the other way round.
To purchase your own copy of Bill’s book, click here.
RTRFM is proud to announce the return of Australia’s first dedicated music documentary festival to Perth cinemas in 2015.
Showcasing seven films over six days, Gimme Some Truth 2015 will feature five Australian premieres and one world premiere. Films will screen from Friday, 4 December through to Wednesday, 9 December at Leederville’s Luna Outdoor.
A video clip from CAN’s Healing Songs project will be screened prior to Prison Songs.
Calling all artisans or artists local to the Golden Bay or Rockingham area who are looking to sell and promote their creations!
We are currently taking registrations for local artisan and creative stallholders who are interested in selling their products or promoting their small business at the Golden Bay Street Festival on Saturday January 16th, 2016.
Hosted by the City of Rockingham, the festival will include live music, food vans and trucks, a Community + Creative Marketplace, a youth skate competition and a range of other entertainment and amusement.
The Marketplace will have a focus both on local community groups and the promotion of talented and creative locals, with the opportunity for you to sell your products and engage with the local Golden Bay community.
If you’re interested in taking part in the day as a stallholder, please contact Elise at Creating Communities on email@example.com or (08) 9284 0910 by Wednesday 16th December.
The Fremantle Heritage Festival celebrates Fremantle’s rich cultural heritage in ways you won’t believe! There is something for everyone in this festival – from choral singing to rock shows and from old school motorcycles to fine red wine.
The Heritage Festival explores Freo from its indigenous roots to the diverse culture we all enjoy today. Remember the Orange people? And it’s close to 30 years since the Americas Cup was in Fremantle! A lot has changed, a lot has happened. There are many stories to tell. So it’s time to take a broader look at our Heritage old and not so old.
We are keen to hear from you and how you would like to contribute to this fascinating festival. It could be a wine tasting, an open house, a concert, a story, a film screening, or even a bake off!
If it’s connected to Fremantle’s heritage and culture then we want to know about it! Call the festivals team on 9432 9786 or register now.