It was a great weekend on Beaufort Street. There were tunes in the piazza, our monthly Artisan Market and the usual cool shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Plus the beautiful winter sunshine.
Here are some of the pics –
Beaufort Street is hosting 5 FREE public performances this weekend in the Mary Street Piazza. This is a perfect lead in to the upcoming Beaufort Street Network event series to be held over summer. And there is also the Beaufort Street Artisan Market on Sunday. Here are the details.
Saturday 13 August
10am – 12 noon – Café Jazz (7 Musicians – Jazz/ Blues/ R&B)
12pm – 1pm – Yeager Strauks (Solo – Improvised Loopy Grooves with MC/ Beatbox)
Sunday 14 August
9.30am – 11am – Taryn Ryan (Ukulele/vocals – indie/folk/covers)
12pm – 1.30pm – Laura Binding Citizens (7 Musicians – Blues & Sole)
1.30pm – 2.30pm – Taylah Cox (Solo – guitar)
9am – 1pm – Beaufort Street Artisan Market in Barlee Street carpark.
Come down and check out the action!
Thanks to the City of Vincent!
Beaufort Street Network members are invited to our next Sundowner!
When: 6-8pm Tuesday 21 June 2016
Where: Second Avenue Plaza, Beaufort Street Mount Lawley
Theme: Fashion and meet others
There will also be refreshments and delicious local produce.
Come along and meet other local businesses and Beaufortians.
Love events, people, arts, creativity and good times? Come work with us!
Actually it’s more like good times than work. We want your unbridled enthusiasm, your passion, your creativity and your stamina.
We’re the Beaufort Street Artisan Market, or BSAM. You may have heard of us. We’re run mostly by volunteers and are in need of a few more hands on deck. We’re all about providing a platform for local artisans to exhibit and sell their wares. We enjoy seeing the local community out and about in the ‘hood, interacting with each other. Making a better Beaufort Street and engaging the community is something we’re passionate about.
The BSAM is held on the second Sunday of every month in the Barlee Street car park, Mt Lawley. We need a hand with bumping in and out, liaising with the makers, interviewing the artisans, interacting with them on the day, helping the manager source entertainment, buskers and more. We’ll also have other awesome events during the year which you can collaborate on and be a part of. What we can offer in return is friendship, guidance, work experience, a written reference, networking, good times and a whole lot more!
About you. You may be studying event management and want to get your hands dirty with real event experience. Or you may just enjoy hanging with cool peeps and helping out in your spare time. Whatever the case, we’d like to hear from you. Please shoot us through an email and a CV with a few words about yourself. The email address is email@example.com
TIA, team BSAM.
The Beaufort Street Network is encouraging all businesses to turn Inside Out.
Bringing merchandise, art, planters, welcome mats and seats out on to the footpath helps make Beaufort Street more interesting and promote local businesses.
The Network is working with the Cities of Vincent and Stirling to make it easier to turn Inside Out. Some possible ideas for businesses are:
- Bring merchandise out on to the street for display and sale
- Create pop up installations outside your shop
- Display interesting objects in shop windows or on the footpath (e.g. public art pieces)
- Host a pop up performance inside or outside the shop (e.g. buskers, yoga classes, book readings)
- Bring temporary chairs or pot plants outside your business to provide comfort and greenery for passing pedestrians
- Alfresco food and drinks
The first Inside Out event was held on Saturday 30 April and Sunday 1 May 2016. It was a trial to help us progress the idea. Here are some of the pictures from the weekend.
Inside Out is on this weekend on Beaufort Street.
Local businesses will be activating the street by bringing merchandise, seats and music out on to the footpath. This has never been done in Perth before as a street-long event. So come down and check it out. It’s on from Chatsworth Road, Highgate to Inglewood.
Inside Out Entertainment and Kids Activities
The Beaufort Street Network has organised some entertainment and kids activities to help boost the vibe.
Sandwizard children’s event in carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley) http://www.sandwizard.com.au/
Saturday 30 April
11am – 1pm – Yaeger Strauks (beatbox, keyboard and guitar) outside Billie and Rose (across from Cantina)
11am – 1pm – Chloe King (pop and jazz) – behind Mary Street Bakery (near Mary Street Piazza)
11am – 1pm – Danilo Paz (piano accordion & percussion) – carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley)
1pm – 3pm – Geordie Bain (jazz) – behind Mary Street Bakery – to be confirmed
1pm – 3pm – Taryn – outside Billie and Rose (across from Cantina)
2pm – 4pm – Sarah Ramsey (guitar trio) – carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley)
Sunday 1 May
1-pm – 3pm – Geordie Bain (jazz) – behind Mary Street Bakery
1pm – 3pm – Emma Pace (guitar and sing) – carpark next to Method Clothing (557 Beaufort St Mt Lawley)
Come down this weekend and soak up the Beaufort Street atmosphere!
Visit the Beaufort Street Artisan Market on Sunday 1st May and go into the draw to WIN one of 3 prize packs for Mum! The Artisan Market is on from 9am to 1pm in the Barlee Street carpark.
To enter, simply head down to the market, register at the Beaufort Street Network stall and tell us the name of your favourite stall and/or upload a picture of the stall to our Facebook page. Winners will be drawn randomly on Wednesday 4th May and winners names will be published on our Facebook page.
Prize packs include gifts from:
- Hey Chachi
- Sara Handmade Soap
- Bad Sparrow
- Wednesday Floral Designs
- Unleished Art
- Purity – Massage & Handmade Soap
- Little Seed Handmade Jewellery
- Dominic’s Workshop
- felix + lola
Don’t miss the fun this Sunday. Head down to the Beaufort Street Artisan Market, register for the Mother’s Day competition and see for yourself.
The end of April nears and the ‘Inside/Out’ event is coming to Beaufort Street, seeing the retailers come out from behind their counters to spill their wares onto the street.
On the weekend of April 30 and May 1, the fabulous shops of Beaufort Street are going to bring their insides out – their shop wares of course. The action packed weekend organised by the good people of the Beaufort Street Network will see the street’s retailers trundle out their best to enjoy a carnival-like atmosphere of activity. And of course the public is needed to complete the party.
“Local businesses will be the star attraction of this concept. We’re hoping that this street activation will entice locals and those further afield to fossick and find unique treasures.
“Bring your friends, family, kids and fur babies to enjoy buskers and street fun. There could be no better time than to enjoy a leisurely stroll along our beloved Street,” said Beaufort Street Network Chair Pam Herron.
An even bigger bonus will be the launch of the revamped Beaufort Street Artisan Market on Sunday the 1st of May.
“We’re appealing to all those locals who love living here to support our local shops who are giving that extra yard with a unique street-side experience,” said Pam.
“Beaufort Street constantly surprises with a unique blend of merchants that offer diversity and interest. Come join the Inside/Out experience on April 30th or the first of May or both. You can never have too much of a good thing!”
Inside Out is presented by the Beaufort Street Network in partnership with community group Inglewood on Beaufort. The event will stretch from Brisbane Street all the way up to Inglewood.
Further details can be found at both the Beaufort Street Network Facebook Page and on the webpage – https://beaufortstreet.com.au/inside-out-weekend/.
St Michael 6003 is hosting a Long Table Dinner in the lane between their restaurant and Orno Interiors (across from Beaufort Street Local) on Thursday 7 April 2016.
It will be a beautiful night under the stars with St Michael supplying their renowned 3 course dinner plus wine.
Please see the invitation below for more details.
Money from each ticket sold will go back to the Network to help us create a better Beaufort Street and deliver more events and projects like the 43 completed or in progress over the last few years. See the full list of projects at – beaufortstreet.com.au/about/currentprojects/
Thanks to the event sponsors: Pop Up Planning Co., St Michael 6003, Festoon Lighting Perth, Orno Interiors, Oh Hello Beaufort and Robeson Architects.