Friday, November 4, 2011

Get your Carnie on

"The Village is a beautiful, beguiling festival that exists to provide an intimate environment in which professional and non professional artists and audiences can meet each other in bliss. The programming esthetic is populist, accessible, quirky, and littered with the familiar and the exotic. Folks you know personally and things you never knew existed." 

This weekend for 4 days only allow yourself to be entertained in the wonderful Edinburgh gardens. With many stages and tents and performances running for hours, how/why would you not want to be involved

opening times 
Friday 6pm
Saturday 12pm 
Sunday 11am

Follow the link below to discover more

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

The 2011 Australian Stencil Art Prize and The Outpost Project

The Australian Stencil Art Prize is an annual stencil exhibition that is this year taking place in collaboration with The Outpost Project which is a HUGE urban art festival in Sydney Harbor on Cockatoo Island. The event goes from 4th of November until December 11th. If your in Sydney at any stage during that time I highly recommend you check this out as this years line up includes some of Australia's best stencil artists:

23rd Key Aaron James McGarry Adam Obscene BAT Boo dale Danny Guinsberg DEAKZ Earwig El Lobo FUKT Gabriella Szablewska Giselle Baron Harry Warne Jared Gibson Jason McLeod Jay Medlen Jessica Row Jimmy Neilly Joshua Smith Justin Garnsworthy Karren Torrisi Katherine Jukes Lorenzo Fontana Michael Duncan Miss Link MR SWEET Ms. Slice Nick Hore Nigel Sense PAWA Pixel P Poncho Army Ralf Kempken Robyn Cross Shanta Skallywag TERRIBLE HORRIBLE Teschi Veronica O'Leary

You can also check out the complete finalist gallery here.

And here is a link to the Outpost Project.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Chatsworth Gallery Opening

Number 6 Chatsworth Rd, Prahran, has recently been renovated and transformed into a semi-professional gallery. What was once a filthy garage is now a legit as all hell gallery space where up and coming artists can showcase their work to an audience of like minded people. All of the art will be up so sale, and all of it will be affordable - There is a $60 sale price limit on any one piece of art.

Grand opening is on Friday the 4th of November from 6pm to 9pm. Come down, have a drink, check out some rad art and music. Also, follow the Chatsworth Gallery facebook to find out more and keep updated.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

At Large Graff Jam

As part of High Streets Inaugural High Noon Festival, At Large Gallery hosts its biggest ever graff jam yet with 12 Old and New School writers.  

Lineup includes:

- Keisha (QLD)
- Snotty
- Presto (NSW)
- Kaligs + Smeg
- Mupz
- Enix (WA)
- Ishi
- Getn Jigy
- Muchacho
- Ghosto (NSW)
- Rukkus

There'll also be DJ's AND a sausage sizzle and frivolities kick off from 10.30am tomorrow at At Large (
208 High Street 

See the facebook page for more info

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Semi Permanent

Semi Permanent the annual design conference hits Melbourne on 22 September and there's still tickets available.  Speakers include Kelly Thompson, Droga 5, Buro North, Sam Leach, Patrick Clair, Jurppa Hosk, Ken Taylor, The Entente, Benja Harney, Animal Logic, Scott Dadich and Platon.

In conjunction with Semi Permanent, Just Another Agency is bringing the second installment of of their annual Just Another Group Show on 22 September from 6 - 9pm at 1000 Pound Bend.

1000 Pound Bend will also host the Semi Permanent after party on 24 September from 8 - 12pm.

Check out the full program and the website for more details.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Paradise Hill

Paradise Hills First Birthday is being celebrated this month with a lottery fundraiser, exhibition extravaganza!
With artists including....
 Kevin Chin, Rus Kitchin, Jasper Knight, Morten Lassen (Denmark), Justin Lee Williams, Song Ling, Josh Lord, Aaron McDonald,  Krishnamurti Suparka, Alisa Tanaka, Mark Threadgold, George Whelan, Paul White, Xoy Zoy and many more, wih Bands and DJ’s taboot, this is sure to be a very cool event.

When: Saturday, 17th of September. 7pm till late!
Where: Paradise Hills Gallery, 1-9 Doonside St, Richmond, Victoria