The Margaret River Senior High School annual exhibition, Creating Identity, showcases fine art, woodwork and photography. You can see these works from talented year 10, 11 and 12 students now on display at The Heart. The exhibition officially opens this Friday, 12th November at 6pm where they’ll also be serving up a taste of the latest vintage wine from the school vineyard.


Also on display at the Heart is a photography exhibition by Daniela Tommasi titled Incidental Art. Originally hailing from Brazil, Daniela has travelled the world with camera in hand, photographing wild and beautiful places. This exhibition focusses on aerial photography – and captures unique images of our planet from the sky. These beautiful works are now on display with the official opening on Friday, 19th November.


And, fresh from her recent erotica exhibition at Open Studios, local artist Rebecca Cool will be supervising Life Drawing classes out at the Rosa Brook Hall for the next few Sundays in November. Sessions are from 1pm until 3.30 and cost $25. Bring your own gear, however Rebecca does have a few portable easels available for early birds. For further details contact Rebecca via her Facebook page.




Join the team at Domain Naturalist this Saturday for a unique wine tasting event where you’ll try their premium wines straight from the barrel alongside a roving lunch by Supper Road. Tickets start at $89 and the event kicks off at 11am




Up in Busselton, the Perth International Jazz Festival hits the foreshore this Saturday with a world-class line-up of jazz performers on the stage from 1pm. From swing, to modern jazz and traditional New Orleans tunes, there’s something for everyone. Even better, it’s a free event so pull up your picnic rug and settle in for an afternoon of great entertainment.




Then back down in Margaret River, the Youth Precinct will be full of action for an afternoon of music, skate and art on Saturday for the annual SAMM Fest. It’s Margaret River’s biggest youth event of the year and organised by the Margaret River Youth Advisory Council – a group of 12-24 year olds creating epic events for the local youth community. It’s a free event and kicks off at 3pm.




And don’t forget to book your tickets for Taste of Ireland – coming to the Heart on Saturday 20th November after being delayed due to Covid. It’s an Irish music and dance sensation that combines toe-tapping rhythms with heart-warming emotion to create a contemporary Irish dance showcase that will leave you shouting for more. In town for one show only, tickets are $74.


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