What’s It Called Again? Exhibition

Another week, another exhibition going up at Studio 19. What’s it called? What’s it about? Which artists are exhibiting? We don’t even know!
It’s curated by Josh Wiffen so it may have some street art in it.

Opening night is Friday 12th October at 6.30pm

SHOW OPENS FROM MIDDAY ON THURSDAY 11TH TILL SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER

what we do know is that there will be some live music by “Spectacles MCs – Y.Etti & 2000faces”

Spectacles are a lyrical electronic rock act from Sydney who have grown from a solo bedroom project to a 5-strong live band in three short years. But on the 12th of October, Spectacles’ two vocalists/MCs are leaving the drums and amp stacks at home to let samplers, synths and their staccato wordplay take centre stage.

Spectacles MCs Y.Etti and 2000faces will be dressed to impress and ready to dissect a civilisation’s failed heart, with gloves off and wits scalpel-sharp. Expect a set of fierce verses, harmonies and improvisation – all set to a sonic backdrop of raw beats cooked up on the spot.

Under the Surface

Come and join us for our next exhibition of local art. This time we are focusing on photography and all it’s glorious possibilities.

‘under the surface’
A showcase of photography based works exploring what lies beneath the surface of the Illawarra and it’s surrounds.

Warren Keelan, Jason Brown, Glenn Fenwick, Brad Chilby, Chris Appelkamp, Shayle Graham, David Gale, Steen Barnes and Brad Moules and some film by leglesstv.com

Show runs from 27th September – 6th October

*****************OPENING NIGHT *******************
THURSDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER
6.30PM – 9.30PM @ STUDIO 19

“On the Verge”

In the main gallery there will be a group show: ON THE VERGE

with Ellen Benson, Brock Piper, Virginia Settre, Michael Huppatz, Broc Webster

Please come along and enjoy an array of different art forms and be inspired.

Exhibition on show from September 12 – September 22, 2012

THE GALLERY IS OPEN TUESDAY – SATURDAY FROM 10AM TILL 4PM.

WE ARE OPEN FROM 12PM – 7PM THURSDAYS

 

The Hallway Gallery:

A solo show by Mellissa Thompson

’The vault through which determines life or death’

The vault through which determines life or death explores site specific installation drawing dealing with the line in space and its relationship to the space that is comes to exist within. It talks about a dialogue between line as being eternal and the passage walked as being something that will become determined.