Celebrating the tools we use to create, fix and modify, the Mundaring Camera Club presents a suite of photographic images as part of the What a Tool community project.
Club members have selected images to showcase different perspectives, the interplay of light and subject demonstrating each photographer’s interpretation of the “tool” theme. Read More
Local business have put their “Tools of the Trade” on display for What a Tool.
Head to Cut to the Chase Hairdressers, Hills Saws & Mowers, Mundaring Spectacle Maker to see their displays and marvel at industry tools old and new. Read More
Mundaring Library’s Guess the Tool competition attracted a great amount of interest and discussion. After lots of entries, Rayelyn Hodge won the prize with her correct guess…
Do you know what it is? Follow the link to find out. Read More
Mundaring & Hills Historical Society have presented Made in Mundaring, an exhibition at The Mundaring Districts Museum exploring some of the fascinating tools and objects that have shaped the region.
The exhibition opened on the 22nd of September and will be on display until the end of March 2019 Read More
Midland Junction Arts Centre came alive for the second What a Tool Open Day timed to coincide with the opening of two new exhibitions, Re-Imagined Railyard and Remembering Tomorrow by Studio Payoka.
Visitors joined in and nailed some new skills with a range of workshops and demonstrations including ceramics, wood working, virtual reality, stop motion animation, and metal forging.
Follow the link for more images of this action packed day. Read More
Over 2,000 people chiseled out some time and made it to the hills for the first of two What a Tool Open Days at Mundaring Hall.
Take a look at some photos of the day captured by Josh Wells. Read More
Shire of Mundaring Libraries ran a story capture activity at the Mundaring What a Tool Open Day. With many memories of tools stirred up by the Open Day displays, visitors were able to share their stories and have them captured by the Mundaring Libraries team.
Click the link to read some of the stories. Read More
Instrumental: the distinct pleasures of tools curator Jude van der Merwe was joined by exhibiting artists Tony Windberg, Denise Pepper and Phil Gamblen on Sunday 23rd of September to discuss their practice and the artworks they created for the exhibition, and the tools they used to do so. Read More
Instrumental: the distinct pleasures of tools curator Jude van der Merwe caught up with Jeff Bullen on RTRFM’s Artbeat program about the upcoming exhibition. Read More
The Avon Descent Festival went off with a splash on Sunday 5 August, To celebrate the annual white water river event artists Si Hummerston begun construction of a life-size Zodiac boat made entirely from cane and Jennifer Cochrane facilitated a drop in wood & wire sculpture workshop. Read More