Mandurah artist showcased in Stretch Art Trail


Art by local artist Tanya Cummins.
Art by local artist Tanya Cummins.

RESIDENTS and visitors can immerse themselves in Mandurah’s creative talent by visiting cafes, restaurants, hotels and galleries as part of the city-wide Stretch Art Trail during April and May.

Local artists will be exhibited at 30 local businesses around Mandurah’s waterways, boardwalks, marina, cultural precinct and beyond until Sunday, May 22.

Spectators can watch demonstrations, meet the artists and buy original, locally produced artworks.

Download an art trail map, take a self-guided tour or join the guided walking tours and artists talks on Sunday, May 1, 15 and 22 at 2pm.

Look for the bright purple window stickers at participating venues throughout Mandurah, Falcon and Greenfields.

This year’s Stretch Arts Festival brings a feast of new and exciting arts experiences from renowned and upcoming Australian and international companies and artists throughout April and May.

Participating venues include Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery, Belinda Joynes home studio, Cafe One58, Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah Gallery, Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah Studios, Catch 22 Tapas and Cocktail Lounge, Community First, Dawn Patrol Coffee, Dew’s Berry Café, Duck Duck Moose Bistro, Falcon Bay Beach Cafe, Falcon eLibrary and Community Centre, Jackson’s Drawing Supplies, Janice’s Cofe Pot, Juju Bread, LJ Hooker, Mandurah and Peel Convention Centre, Mandurah Community Museum, Mandurah Library, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Mandurah Visitor Centre, Oyster Bar, Slice of Life Cafe, Tea and Coffee Merchant, Terrace Art Framers, the Atrium Hotel, the Bridge Garden Bar and Restaurant, the Other Place, the Sebel Mandurah and Tree of Life Cafe.