Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Fivefold Studio launch in Canberra

Fivefold Studio has opened its doors! The grand opening is this Friday 28 June at 6pm.

Fivefold is located in the Londsdale Street Traders, Braddon, Canberra. The launch will be opened by Magdalene Keaney, Director of the Gallery of Australian Design.

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

My work goes to Canberra's Fivefold Studio

My work continues to go places I have never been: I've just sent some work to Canberra's brand new gallery Fivefold Studio. Fivefold will open its doors this Friday 21 June, with an opening launch next Friday the 28th. More on that soon!

They are so brand new that their website is still under construction, but for now you can find Fivefold on Facebook.

Here's a peek at some new earrings on their way to Canberra:

Stay tuned for an invitation to the launch next Friday!

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Helen Britton's Awkward Beauty

Helen Britton's Awkward Beauty is coming to Melbourne. 

Awkward Beauty is an ongoing collaborative project by jeweller Helen Britton, garment designer Justine McKnight and photographer Michelle Taylor, which began in Perth as a response to the evocative spaces of the disused railway workshops that are now part of the Midland Atelier. It comes to Melbourne courtesy of FORM.

The exhibition runs from 19 June - 7 July at C3 Contemporary Art Space, Abbotsford Convent. An opening reception will be held on 19 June from 6-8pm. RSVP to Abbotsford Convent to attend the opening on 9415 3600.

For more information, visit www.midlandatelier.com.  

A gorgeous exhibition catalogue is available at Gallery Funaki.

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

The Lunatic Swing at Gallery Funaki

Did you know Gallery Funaki has been recently renovated?

The Lunatic Swing is Gallery Funaki's latest exhibition, featuring six artists who met and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich: Attai Chen, Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary, Sungho Cho, Laura Deakin, Melanie Isverding and Emma Price.

The Lunatic Swing is on now, until 29 June.

Monday, 3 June 2013

National TAFE Day

Today is National TAFE Day!

Show your love for TAFE by registering your support on the Stop TAFE Cuts website.

Tell your story about how TAFE has benefited you on the Tafe4All website.

Visit Stop TAFE Cuts on Facebook. Like them!

Email Premier Napthine, Skills Minister Hall, and your MP.

Call your local talkback radio station and let them know what TAFE means to you.

Print out the Stop TAFE Cuts poster. Send a photo of you holding it to Stop TAFE Cuts on Facebook to show your support.

Become more involved in the campaign to save TAFE.

Happy TAFE Day!