Any budding artists out there with a connection to Freo just might want to read on.
People of all ages are invited to register for their free place at one of 320 easels at Fremantle Oval to paint what Freo means to them.
Labelled FOMO FREO Colour, it's all to celebrate the FOMO redevelopment of the former Myer and Queensgate buildings and carpark, and this free event will feature live local music from Grace Barbe Duo, Lucy Peach and Jack Davis, as well as a kids’ zone with face painting and games, food trucks and giveaways.
Managing Director Matthew McNeilly said this about the event:
“Whether it’s a five-year-old doing the painting or someone in their eighties, we are really looking forward to seeing the stories and experiences that people have of Freo come to life."
There are all sorts of good news stories out of this... there are a whole bunch of prizes on offer for the best art pieces, and all registered participants will receive a paint pack with art materials.
The event is free and happens this Sunday - 18 November - from 10am to 2pm at Fremantle Oval.
To register for an easel between 10am – 12pm visit the FOMO Freo Colour website to book.
Written by: @dantheinternut