This is a repeating eventjanuary 21, 2022 10:00 am
An ancient form of storytelling and performance, shadow play involves using puppets to cast a silhouette on a translucent screen — making the figures walk, dance, fight, nod and laugh! Join
An ancient form of storytelling and performance, shadow play involves using puppets to cast a silhouette on a translucent screen — making the figures walk, dance, fight, nod and laugh!
Join prolific Hundreds & Thousands artist and puppeteer Rachel Riggs as she takes you on a storytelling journey to other worlds using light, handmade puppets and, of course, your imagination.
Stay after the session and explore the rest of the immersive colourful spaces in the exhibition.
Rachel Riggs is a multi-disciplinary Fremantle-based artist with an MA in Fine Art. Specialising in puppetry, community art and early childhood arts, she has exhibited in the UK at TATE Liverpool & TATE Britain, as well as locally at in the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth International Arts Festival and the State Library of Western Australia. Rachel devises creative projects for large-scale events and performances, collaborating working with professionals, community groups and young people to visually tell stories. She is also a specialised early years artist and consultant with her ‘Imaginary Leaps’, early years creative engagement programme.
(Friday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Fremantle Arts Centre
1 Finnerty St, Fremantle