The Opening Night of the Esperance 2018 Biennial Art Awards was held recently at the Cannery Arts Centre. The Sing Australia choir gave a wonderful performance and Elaine Fewings won the $1000 non-acquisitive Sculpture Award Sponsored by Horizon Power, for her ‘Shoes for News’ piece.
The Biennial Art Awards offers established and emerging artists the opportunity to showcase their works and vie for $7,500 in prize money over 11 categories. You can view the exhibition from Friday, 13 April to Saturday, 12 May 2018.
Trees or branches touching powerlines are one of the main causes of power interruptions and may cause fires and/or other serious accidents. As a resident it’s your responsibility to trim trees on private property, even if you’re not the homeowner. Use a professional contractor to trim your trees at least three metres from powerlines
Our West Kimberley team travelled to the Northern Territory last month to help repair extensive damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Marcus. Horizon Power was happy to support Power and Water in a time of crisis and share our many years of experience.
Youth Week WA is an annual celebration of the positive contributions of young people to Western Australia. Let us know what Youth Week events you're most looking forward to in the comments below ⬇️⬇️⬇️