There is something on offer for everyone, with opportunities to create sand art on Bathers Beach, a photographic exhibition showing Fremantle’s heritage since the 1800s, storytelling for children and adults, a photo booth and painting pavers and panels in the yard.
Wild Twig’s Carol Hazel said they were excited about all the events they were holding during the festival.
‘At Wild Twig we are committed to being involved in regular events,’ she said.
‘We hold meetings with the art residents at the studio and brainstorm ideas and from there small ideas escalate and grow, then we create plans to make it happen.
‘With the festival we explored our own personal family history and added our artistic twists and experience.’
The Fremantle Heritage Festival runs until May 18.