Fremantle Markets | Aug 28, 2017
Locals and tourists will immerse themselves within Indigenous culture when the Fremantle Markets showcase their interactive Art Trail and spectacular suspended Wildflower Displays to celebrate the Noongar six seasons.
Customers will wander amongst the retail stalls in the main Hall from 1 September 2017 to September 2018, where they will be greeted by the vivid Art Trail hand-painted on the walkway by local Indigenous artist, Deborah Newenham-Coertse.
Eventually highlighting all six seasons over the coming year, the current Djilba season – which is the 'First Spring' in the Noongar six seasons calendar, will be the first visually vibrant display and will draw inspiration from the yellow, cream and striking blue coloured flowers that are beginning to bloom during August and September in Western Australia's southwest region.
Furthermore, they will be equally as mesmerised by the suspended wildflower installations adjoining in the fresh produce 'Yard' area from 1 September - 25 November. Designed by Floral Army in collaboration with Fremantle Markets, the spectacular displays will hang stylishly from the rooftop to create a visual and olfactory delight.
For more information visit www.fremantlemarkets.com.au/events/celebrate-noongar-six-seasons-fremantle-markets-our-art-trail-display-and-more.