SCULPTURE AT BATHERS

Distinctively Western Australian

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Set in the historic Bathers Beach Art Precinct, Fremantle, the location and intimacy of S@B are unparalleled, offering audiences an unforgettable cultural experience and showcasing the unique, historic atmosphere of Fremantle’s West End. For 2022 Sculpture at Bathers is pleased to partner with local organisations including the City of Fremantle, Fremantle Ports, the Town of East Fremantle, Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour Trader’s Association, City of Melville, DADAA, Artsource and the Western Australian Museum to deliver S@B5.

This event marks an expansion for Sculpture at Bathers: installation of the sculptures by 73 WA artists will spread along Bathers Beach, inside the gallery at Kidogo Arthouse and the outside forecourt at WA Shipwrecks Museum. In a new initiative, five works by local artists are displayed at Fremantle Ports.

S@B5 runs from 19 February-7 March 2022.

A public program of educational activities, workshops and artist tours will accompany the free public outdoor exhibition.

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2022 artists

Some of our many distinctive artists showing as part of S@B5

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2022 Catalogue

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What’s on

Artist-led tours, Gourmet tours, Torchlight tours, workshops and more!

In accordance with the new level 2 State public health measures, all participating in one of S@B’s events, including tours, will be required to wear a mask.

Gourmet Tours, Sundowner Tours, Artist-Led Tours & Kids Cane Workshops will require all participants to wear a mask, including outdoors. When people are consuming food & drink they can take their masks off.

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“A sculpture show concentrating on works by local West Australian artists is tremendously important.I cannot speak highly enough of the success of Sculpture at Bathers in drawing attention to the work of the talented sculptors of WA. I encourage you all to support this wonderful endeavor.”

— Janet Holmes à Court, Exhibition Patron