A very last-minute dash to get this board finished for Pipe Up 2010!
Still not sure how loose or refined to make it… hmmmm…. decisions.
Well, the Adelaide Fringe Awards have been announced for 2010 and it looks like both of the events I found time to go to were award winners! Congratulations to all of the guys at Format for winning Best Exhibition by A Collective and to Tommy Bradson for winning the BankSA Support Act Award with When The Sex is Gone. (That’s the one I reviewed in this previous post.)
If you’re still keen to check out the Format Collective, watch their blog for upcoming events. And if you didn’t get a chance to see When The Sex is Gone, I think it may possibly be touring the eastern states in the coming months.
It’s been a while, and that’s a shame. But it’s a new year, a new place, a new time and a new creative head space. Here’s to new starts.
As part of the ST5K festival (Adelaide) I’ve put together a little project of free art postcards. If you’d like one, or if you’d like to know more about the project, head on over to:
These shoes will make up part of my contribution to next weeks one night event, ‘OBJECT’ at Paperhorse Studios. Commissions for similar work are available.
Sadly, this will be my last show as part of Paperhorse Studios. I will miss the studio kids dearly, and I look forward to having one last (big) send off. The exhibition will showcase the work of resident artists:
I have some work coming up in a Melbourne all-female show. Curated by Yasemin Sabuncu, ‘Across the Universe & Back Again’ is set to showcase some of the most fresh budding female artists in Australia and I am humbled to take part. The show boasts the inclusion of Adelaide based :nickas:. and Lisa King, ex-Adelaidean Snookie, as well as Melbournians Nicole Tattersall, Bec Winnel, Scarlett, Kelly Smith, Deb, Honor Bowden, and Rachee Renee (apologies to those I could not find links to!)
So if you’re in Melbourne at 6pm on 15 October, come along to:
No Vacancy gallery, QV Building – Red Carpet Lane, Melbourne