The Ephemeral Fence Art workshop is presented as part of the Mandurah Arts Festival 2021. Immerse yourself in all things arts and culture - 29 - 31 October & 5 - 7 November 2021.

About the Event

Artists, Annette Nykiel and Helen Coleman, will guide participants through the design and installation process, to create an ephemeral artwork on the fence outside Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah (CASM), that shares the ingenuity and importance of the Barragup Fish Trap (Mungah).

No bookings required!

Cost: Free

What to bring: Please bring along a water bottle and hat.


We Must Get Together Some Time Exhibition

Helen Coleman and Annette Nykiel will be exhibiting a selection of artworks at CASM, as part of an eleven-member, multi-disciplinary artist collective, ‘We Must Get Together Some Time’.

The artist collective will exhibit a major body of new works in a self-titled, multi-venue exhibition, as part of the Indian Ocean Craft Triennial (IOTA21) – an international series of exhibitions, showcasing works by over 200 artists across Western Australia from September to November 2021. 

Exhibition Dates: 17 October - 14 November 2021

Opening Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 10am to 4pm


Get out and about this summer in Mandurah! There’s heaps happening including family friendly events, music and entertainment gigs, fun foodie experiences, and outdoor adventures. So, what are you waiting for? Explore Mandurah and let the good summer times roll.

The IOTA21, as well as the ‘We Must Get Together Some Time’ exhibition and events, are supported by the State Government of Western Australia through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Lotterywest, ManPac and the City of Mandurah.


Mandurah Arts Festival wording on a green background, being submerged into light blue




Type of Event

Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah