Caz has launched her new single Come Home under the name Dreamgirl and the Motorist

That’s right folks – while the doors of Studio 19 have been closed, Caz has been busy composing music and making film clips. Her first single (that was recorded earlier this year) is now available to buy and view here:

 

 

Like her music on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dreamgirlandthemotorist
Buy her new single and last album here: http://www.dreamgirlandthemotorist.bandcamp.com
Listen to other songs of hers here: http://www.soundcloud.com/dreamgirlandthemotorist

New Film Clip that we made Feick’s Device launching at Steel City Sound exhibition

I’ve been busy making some film clips of late and one of those is for my band Feick’s Device for our new single Don’t Make That Mistake. It features singer Michael Aiken that was shot in one take.

The film clip is officially launching at the Steel City Sound: 50 Years of Music in Wollongong exhibition that is being held at Wollongong Art Gallery. The opening night being Friday, 21 November from 6.30pm-8.30pm. I am also exhibiting the artworks that I did for the Feick’s Device album “What Is to be Undone?”

Cheers, Caz

Here is the clip:

Artwork by Carolyn Nowaczyk in the Steel City Sound: 50 Years of Music in Wollongong Exhibition. Carolyn will also be exhibiting 9 other film clips made with Nina Kourea by bands such as The Glamma Rays, BRUCE!, Heapsgoods, Dreamgirl and the Motorist and Feick’s Device.

Call out for film photographers or lovers of film for upcoming exhibition at Studio 19

24 – 1 roll – 24hrs

Photography Exhibition at Studio 19 Wollongong

Exhibition dates 19th March – 12th April

Opening night will be Friday 21st March

SUBMISSIONS MUST BE IN BY 3PM FRIDAY 14TH MARCH

RULES

The object of this exhibition is to present 24 shots of one day in your life. You must exhibit exactly one roll, even if the shot didn’t work out. It’s all about a process and experimentation. We are not striving for perfection here.

Please use 35mm film only. It can be B&W, Colour, old film, whatever as long as it’s 35mm. I would also like to see the negatives for proof that it has come from one roll.

THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT, ALL SHOTS MUST BE IN LANDSCAPE FORMAT NOT PORTRAIT! (ie long side across not up and down)

Once you have taken your photos please print them out at 6 x4 with white borders on them. This is very important as we have planned a certain way of exhibiting them.

For processing film we use Photoriesel in Sydney, there is also Blanco Negro. But use the power of google to sort it out. If anyone has any suggestions let us know and we will share it.

How much will this cost?

To exhibit in this show it will be $50 for each entry plus 20% commission on sales. What does this cover you ask? It covers the exhibition fee for one month, e –invite design, opening night expenses, promotion through social media and our mailing list. I will send out e-invites for you to distribute to your contacts.

To confirm your spot please $50 deposit is required. Get in touch for options.

One last thing, we are having a makeover at the gallery so we will be holding exhibitions in the hallway and creative loungeroom from now on.

If you have any more questions please don’t hesitate to ask. Please share this with other photographers that may be interested.

If you would like to take part in this exhibition that will be held at Studio 19 art gallery Wollongong please contact nina@exposurearts.com.au

A Salon of Self Portraits Group exhibition

That’s right folks, we are back!! Our first show of the year is quite an introspective one – looking at ourselves.
A salon of self portraits.

The show runs from 23rd Jan – 15th February 2014
OFFICIAL OPENING NIGHT
FRIDAY 31st January from 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Artists include: Evan Newby, Alan Saunders. Juzzy Beverstock, Georgina Wells, Michael ‘Moose’ Lloyd, Sue White, Beth Herbert, Daniel Bolt, Jasmin Carter, Aris Ioannou-Marsh, Fiona McLauchlan, Judy Bourke, Carolyn Nowaczyk, Kleo Karma, Anita Larkin, Tamara Elkins, Justin Feuerring, Bec O’Shea, Mirko Sossai, Karen Hook, Anna Moraova and Wendy King

Please join us for some yummy nibbles and drinks.

Come in and paint your own self portrait.

 

Studio 19/157 Crown St Mall, WOLLONGONG
(Central Chambers – upstairs above the Hideaway Cafe)

Studio 19 Opening Hours:

Wed, Fri 10am – 4pm
Thursday 12 – 6pm
Sat 11am – 3pm

**Please note: we are no longer open to the public on Tuesdays during the day.**

WITHIN THE REALM exhibition

‘Within The Realm’

A painting exhibition exploring the physical, emotive or cerebral realm (environment) of the artist.

Artists include:
Jasmin Carter, Kimberley Orlowski, Julie Danilov Nina Berry, Sandra Rosiak, Lara Serensin, Tash Benten, Megan Turner, Sharon Wallace, Carolyn Nowaczyk

come and join us for Opening night drinks on Thursday 4th April from 6pm – 8pm.
Followed by a movie in the creative loungeroom. ‘Rear Window” by Alfred Hitchcock. (gold coin donation for the film)

Show runs till Sat 13th April.

“Releasing the Shutter” Photographic Exhibition

A diverse exhibition of photographic works by:

Rachael Baez  |  Jason Brown  | Shayle Graham  |  Warren Keelan  |  Carolyn Nowaczyk  | Desiree Tahiri

on show from 6 – 16 February, 2013

Opening night with the artists: Friday, 8 February, 2013  |   6-8pm

Gallery opening hours:
Tues, Wed, Fri: 10am-4pm, Thurs: 12pm-7pm, Sat: 11am-3pm

Tuesday Night Drawing Session Anniversary Exhibition

On show from Thursday 24th January – 2rd February 2013.

With artists:

Alannah Dreise, Julie Prsa-Fowler, Sheree Troy, Louise Brand, Heidi Hillier, Donna Townend, Zayden Spinelli, Enya Gannon, Lana Patrin, Evan Newby, Daniella Alfonso, Sue White, Caitie White, Sandra Rosiak, Carolyn Nowaczyk and Nina Kourea.

We can’t believe it’s been almost a year since we started our Tuesday Night Drawing Sessions. We have had such an amazing line up of artists, musicians and circus performers share their talents with us at Studio 19.

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Studio 19 – Exposure Arts and Media, Tuesday night drawing sessions, we are celebrating with an exhibition that showcases the talents of both the local performers who have modelled and performed for us, and the artists who have drawn them.
At the Tuesday night drawing sessions we hire models who are performers with backgrounds in either music, dance, theatre, circus or performance art. The models perform for us while we draw them. It is an intimate performace and a great way to develop life drawing skills in a relaxed loungeroom environment.
Here at Studio 19 we feel so lucky to have shared so many great experiences in the past year while helping to support our vibrant creative industry here in Wollongong. To celebrate the anniversary, we are holding an exhibition displaying some of the drawings and photos taken at these sessions. We would like to share what we do at Studio 19 and encourage people to come to the sessions and to have a go at drawing in a supportive, fun environment.
OPENING NIGHT THURSDAY 24TH JANUARY!!!

Come and join in on a ‘live’ drawing session with performers/modles such as Heidi Hillier, Tamara Elkins, Kristina Dzelmanis and Shane Moon. Come along and be inspired!

Gallery opening hours:
Tues, Wed, Fri 10am – 4pm
Thurs 12 – 7pm
Sat 11am – 3pm

Studio 19 Tuesday Night Drawing Session Anniversary Exhibition Poster by Carolyn Nowaczyk of Exposure Arts and Media.

 

The Misfit Life of Shopping Trolleys – Debby Downes Exhibition

A photographic exhibition by Debby Downes in the Hallway Gallery
Opening Friday 23rd November 7pm -9pm

Show runs from the 21st November – 1st December2012
The Life Of Misfit Shopping Trolleys.

Have you ever seen a stray shopping trolley stranded beyond the boundaries of the local supermarket?
To the average person stray trolleys go unnoticed, semi-molded into the everyday suburban landscape of our consumer society.

Shopping trolleys are an integral part of Australia ’s economy.
It is estimated there are over 2 million trolleys across the country, one for every 11 Australians, with each one costing upwards of $100.
As well as being a significant financial cost, stray trolleys are an environmental hazard to creeks, bush land and waterways.
This first became apparent two years ago when I started photographing stray trolleys in a lighthearted attempt at humor; initially I would challenge myself to seek out obscure locations and the strangest scenarios I could find, uploading them weekly to an online album for my friends to enjoy.
Within months I had captured hundreds of images with minimal effort, revealing a disturbing truth,,,, shopping trolleys are taking over our streets, bus stops, river systems and lane-ways every single day.

None of the photos in this exhibition were staged. All shopping trolleys were photographed in situ… clearly for many their shopping days are over.
Sadly in the past two years the retail industry has spent more than $4oo Million collecting, repairing, maintaining, and replacing these trolleys.

 

Efflorescence exhibition

A great new youth show at Studio 19 Gallery and Creative Loungeroom – “Efflorescence” curated by Amy English.

On show for only one week from 6- 11th November 2012.

Opening night: Thursday 8th November at 6.30pm.

Artists include: Ryan Basa, Mitchell BEll, Murphy Bouma, Alison Brown, Amy English, Ania Gareeva, Justine Holt, Jacinda McCurry, Elle McNeil, Aidan Morris, Dioni Pinilla, Tegan Russell, Desiree Tahiri, Soraya Welin and Zoe Welton.

PHOETUS exhibition

Young, Female, Contemporary Artists

Diverse exhibition of recent works by
Amy English, Tegan Russell, Elizabeth Batger

24th October – 6th November

Opening: Friday 26th October, 5:30-9:30
Refreshments and Nibbles Provided, B.Y.O Alcohol
Acoustic Live Entertainment by Sean Curran

Artist talks: Saturday 27th October 4pm

Workshops: Contact Individual artists for information, or see website:

http://exposurearts.com.au/
http://www.facebook.com/exposureartsandmedia

AMY ENGLISH
amy.english@hotmail.com

ELIZABETH BATGER
libby_batger@hotmail.com

TEGAN RUSSELL
tegan.russell@ozemail.com.au
www.teganrussell.com.au