In mid-April, TLS Productions supplied lighting and audio visual equipment for Fremantle International Street Arts Festival’s Wild Freo event. The festival lasted for a weekend over the Easter period and included 6 venues with a variety of unique experiences for audiences of all ages.
Fremantle International Street Arts Festival started as a celebration of Fremantle’s local busking culture in 1999. The festival has grown into a showcase of the world’s best street theatre.
Having been cancelled in 2021, the event returns in 2022 with a local focus due to the restrictions of Covid-19. The family friendly festival is aimed at reflecting on the theme of how humans are threatening animals’ existence. The event aims to inspire hope and spark positive change.
TLS worked with the artists to bring their installations to life for the festival.
Image 1: an aerial view of A Deeper Shade of Blue, as captured in drone footage from Ardiol Media.
Image 2: Artist Sandy McKendrick at her exhibit, Held in Stone at Old Customs House