Heritage Matters eNewsletter May 2018
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In This Issue
Can you help us?
Exploring heritage tourism
'Walk & Talk' approach
WA's convict heritage
Fremantle Heritage Festival
Stargazing at heritage venues
Heathcote Cultural Precinct
 

Can you help us? 

Fremantle Prison is calling for artefacts to grow the prison's collection and encourage the return of objects with a connection to the site. An open day will be held on 26 May for people to talk with curators.  
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Exploring heritage tourism

Join the Heritage Council and FACET for a half-day workshop that focuses on exploring innovative ways to promote and interpret WA's cultural heritage. The workshop will be held on 20 June at the State Buildings. 
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'Walk & Talk' approach

According to Ryan Mossny walking is one of the best ways to enjoy the heritage of Perth and Fremantle. The co-founder of Two Feet & a Heartbeat was one of the individuals recognised at the recent WA Heritage Awards.
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WA's convict heritage

Nominations are closing soon for a convict-themed assessment program to identify places associated with convicts for inclusion in the State Register and recognise the convicts who helped change the face of WA.    
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Fremantle Heritage Festival  

The 2018 Fremantle Heritage Festival opens on 25 May celebrating the people of Fremantle, the custodians, makers and creators. Skin Sin is on display at Fremantle Prison and tells the story of tattooing in Fremantle.
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Stargazing at heritage venues

Join a stargazing party on 23 May, enjoy a night under the stars and help break a world-record. Events are being held in State Registered heritage places including Fremantle's Round House.
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Heathcote Cultural Precinct

The City of Melville is calling for Registrations of Interest for one of the spaces located within the heritage precinct Heathcote. The Heathcote precinct has a rich history and hosts a range of cultural activities.
 
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