In addition to the international exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre and John Curtin Gallery,
a festival program of exhibitions and events is presented by craft artists, galleries, art spaces and craft groups in support of the IOTA21 themes.
Fiona Gavino, Sandy McKendrick, Leonie Oakes, Jill Parnell, Stewart Scambler, Katie West, Embroiderers Guild of WA, Sandalwood Letterpress Print Press Museum, and more to be announced
The York Festival presents a fascinating program of Rare & Endangered Crafts for the inaugural Indian Ocean Craft Triennial.
A diverse range of traditional and contemporary approaches to craft-making including the Sandalwood Letterpress Print Museum, the Embroiderers Guild of WA, fibre weaving, book-binding, net-making, indigenous crafts, clockmaking, jewellery, and more.
Visit York Festival for full details of our program of exhibitions, workshops, artist talks, demonstrations, and tours.
York is the oldest inland town in WA and is a short 1-hour drive east of Perth – perfect for a day trip or to stay over for a few days. Springtime is an especially lovely time to visit – as the wildflowers and canola fields are in bloom.