FORM champions the importance of art, design, and creativity in Perth’s community, and we’re thrilled to have them as our partner event CWID’s official after party sponsors!
October 14th, 2016
Since 2006, FORM has been striving to create better communities, believing that the best and most vibrant places to live are those that nurture creativity, great design, and showcase cultural diversity. We can think of no one better suited to be our after party sponsor, and can’t wait to see what goes down on October 15th for Contemporary Wine In Design’s final event the After-a-Fair Wrap Party!
FORM work to build a cultural and creative ecology across Western Australia that values artistic excellence, expression, and improves access to the arts for everyone regardless of background. The group’s activities span high-level artist development and exhibitions, experiential installations and strategy, social and multicultural engagement, cultural infrastructure development, Aboriginal cultural maintenance, research, advocacy… and that’s only half of it all!
Ultimately FORM sees creativity as a catalyst for positive change, from the facilitating of relationships between artists and communities, to connecting creatives to stakeholders – positive outcomes are the main objective.
The CWID After-a-Fair Wrap Party will be held at FORM’s latest project, The Goods Shed – designed by Cox Bailey Howlett & Bailey Woodland. The Goods Shed is FORM’s latest space for creativity, learning, and community engagement. The space has been designed as a hub where innovation can be fostered for both the general public and for the artistic community, to generate new ideas and build initiatives.
The Goods Shed is housed in one of the state’s oldest surviving railway buildings, which has been newly restored and transformed to house a gallery, studio, workshop space, coffee window, and landscaped forecourt.
The space will offer artist residencies in Perth, as well as the State’s regions. Residencies will result in artistic outcomes and community development across metropolitan and regional Western Australia and will ultimately function as a hub where visiting artists can develop and exhibit new work.
For the first time ever, Indesign Media is bringing the design party to Perth – and The Goods Shed is hosting it. Join us at the Contemporary Wine In Design After-a-Fair Wrap Party on Saturday, October 15th. Rub shoulders with the industry’s leading players from across the state and the country, inspired by Perth’s growing design industry.
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