In the mar­ket for cul­tural fun

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - NEWS - Aaron Cor­lett

AN­GELO Street is set to fea­ture an ar­ray of mu­sic, fash­ion and ex­cit­ing tal­ent as it explodes into life.

Pop­u­lar an­nual event An­gelo Street Mar­ket­place will fea­ture an en­thralling cul­tural ex­pe­ri­ence, with fash­ion, crafts, house­hold goods and gourmet food on of­fer on Satur­day, March 26.

Art­walk, a show­case of the work of artists and cre­atives, fea­tures Filthy Luker’s thought-pro­vok­ing in­flat­able in­stal­la­tions, which have come all the way from the United King­dom.

Per­for­mance artist and pup­peteer Chloe Flock­hart’s in­ter­ac­tive art­work Please Feed the Bear will be roam­ing the crowd and keep your eyes peeled for art ac­ti­va­tions by mu­ral artist Jahne Rees and Como Sec­ondary Col­lege art stu­dents.

A range of ac­tiv­i­ties in­clud­ing char­coal draw­ing classes, flower crown mak­ing, man­dala stone paint­ing, sand art and dream catcher mak­ing will be on of­fer for the com­mu­nity to try.

Lo­cal An­gelo Street bar Hop­scotch will open up an ex­tended trad­ing area and pop-up venues in­clud­ing The Cham­pagne Cart and Beer Dudes will cater to those in need of re­fresh­ment.

In the Pam­per Tent, peo­ple can do make-up work­shops, hair braid­ing and adorn them­selves in metal­lic and henna tat­toos.

On the Dis­cus Com­mu­nity Stage, Fringe World artist Pierre Ul­ric Mys­ter­ies presents his magic show.

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