Broome Fringe Festival 2022

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Broome Fringe Festival 2022

The Broome Fringe Festival May 27 – June 6 2022, celebrates our homegrown artists, musicians, performers and the rest of our creative community. Events include the Art Trail, a saucy cabaret, exhibitions, gigs and workshops at our Festival Hub and so much more! A highlight of the Festival is the annual Art Trail. Local artists open their doors and sell direct to the public over the long weekend (4 -6 June), raising their profile and sharing their art.
All event information can be found at the Kimberley Arts Network website

May 27 - Broome Fringe Festival Launch* at Pearl Luggers
May 29 - ‘En Plein Air’ Painting in Minyirr Park* from 8am - 11am
May 29 - Sharing Art Experiences with Jo McIntrye 2-5pm 21 Mostyn Place, Demco
May 29 to June 2 - Art workshops and local music from 3pm - 7pm in the Festival Laneway (bookings required)
May 30 - Painting under the Stars with Amelia Jajko*
June 1- ‘Sip & Sketch’: Life Drawing with a twist*
June 2- STRUT - Textiles, Fashion, Art*
June 4 to June 6 - The Fringe Festival Art Trail Studios open from 10am - 3pm
June 4 & 5 - Cabaret at Broome Civic Centre* - doors 7pm, show 8pm

Download the full Broome Fringe Festival program (3.2MB)

*Ticketed events

Launch of the Broome Fringe Festival
The Fringe Festival Art Trail Studios open from 10am - 3pm
The Cabaret Showcase
Broome Fringe Festival: ‘En Plein Air’ Painting in Minyirr Park
‘Sip & Sketch’: Life Drawing with a twist
Painting under the Stars with Amelia Jajko
STRUT - Textiles Art Fashion
The Burrb Waanggarraju Nurlu dance troupe led by Tara Gower and a video from Michael Jalaru Torres will be performing a new dance at our Launch on May 27
Jacky Cheng: The Dance of Kigami and Kami-Ito, The Old Sailmakers Shed Broome Museum

The Kimberley Arts Network respectfully acknowledges the Yawuru Traditional Owners of the Broome area and other custodians on whose lands we live and work.
The Broome Fringe Festival is presented by the Kimberley Arts Network. We promote, support and drive opportunity for the Kimberley’s wildly creative communities, and develop projects and programs that share our stories, skills and culture with audiences.

KAN is a vibrant not for profit that has no core funding or full-time staff. KAN is a membership organisation and you can join us by visiting our website. Our Board are busy and passionate volunteers and we embrace individuals and organisations who would like to collaborate or work with us on projects or programs. Get in touch at [email protected]

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