Wearable Art Mandurah showcase to offer plenty at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

Coodanup College students Summer Pollock, Tarlya Crosby, Lillith Newman and Georgia Snell, (sitting), teacher Samantha Sheridan, Nic Whiteaker, Mayor Rhys Williams, Jodie Davidson and Bonnie Hall (standing) with their art works.
Coodanup College students Summer Pollock, Tarlya Crosby, Lillith Newman and Georgia Snell, (sitting), teacher Samantha Sheridan, Nic Whiteaker, Mayor Rhys Williams, Jodie Davidson and Bonnie Hall (standing) with their art works.

THERE will be plenty to see and do over this weekend at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, quite apart from the Wearable Art Mandurah showcase tomorrow night

A 22-piece exhibition of garments created by South Metro Tafe students is on display in the foyer where floristry students have built a floral installation to complement the exhibition.

The display will be on show until Thursday

This Sunday, three of the six designers who created the progressive garment Skrydstrup Woman will make a presentation in the dance studio at 11am.

Floristry students Emily Green, Brooke Crawford, Liz James and Ann Simpson with their floral display.

The well-preserved corpse of a young Bronze Age woman was discovered in Denmark and the mysterious artefact provided creative inspiration for the 2018 Wearable Art Whispers project.

A tactile experience for people with vision and hearing impairments is in the art gallery at 12.30pm.

A selection of secondary school students present their artwork, Get Your Headpiece Around Mental Health Exhibition representing the positive impacts of the Act-Belong-Commit mental health message until Sunday.

At the adjacent Contemporary Arts Spaces Mandurah, there is a Creating Movement in Wearable Art workshop with Helen Coleman from 11am-1pm.

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