Twenty Eleven, Fremantle
Anonymous asked: That article doesn't mention anything about Fremantle 'buffing' his art? I don't understand?
Comment from Metropolis Freo on Instagram, courtesy of Jordan Shields.
The only thing Lister didn’t do in his artistic process was approach the council of Fremantle first. It’s strange to say that the argument given was Metro’s Freo being ‘heritage listed’, yet it doesn’t prevent painting the old Michelides Tobacco Factory on Roe Street, (which is soon to be demolished) a nasty dark green colour.
Does anyone remember this article? Mayor of Fremantle Brad Petit says ‘Art is not a Crime’.
The choices and actions of heritage listing and Fremantle Council in regards to this baffle me. A heritage listed building will be happily knocked down as long as a facade remains…that says a lot about the character of this town now doesn’t it?
Fremantle Powerhouse’s leaky upper level, 2013
Australia’s biggest and best street arts festival returns in full force to Fremantle this Easter long weekend. Performers from around the globe will invade the streets, turning them into over 10 stages to amuse, astound and amaze.
The 2013 Fremantle Street Arts Festival will showcase the world of busking, street theatre, comedy, circus, cabaret and lots more. Get involved in the action and witness first class acts or catch an evening show.
I had the pleasure of meeting @vhils and his team this week while they were in #fremantle for the #streetart festival this wend . Thanks for the new piece .
Very nice piece of street art seen in Fremantle.