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Marketplace Closing Soiree

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We are really looking forward to the Marketplace Closing Soiree, Friday July 10th 5:30pm – 8:00 pm.  Come along to sample artisan refreshments, enjoy craft demonstrations and topical speakers. Exhibitors will be both showcasing their produce and offering their wares for sale, from tableware to beeswax complete with honey. findoutmore

Call for applications: 2016 Ivory Street & Gallery 2 Exhibitions

Shin Koyama. Photo by James Hung.

 

Artisan is inviting practitioners, groups, curators and organisations to submit exhibition proposals for the Ivory Street window and Gallery 2 exhibition program.

We are looking for fresh ideas and an innovative approach to these high profile exhibition spaces at artisan. findoutmore

Q + A with Carol Russell

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We recently caught up with Brisbane-based artist Carol Russell who’s featuring in our upcoming Marketplace exhibition.

Born in Tasmania, Carol grew up surrounded by people making beautiful things inspired by the pristine landscape. After moving to Brisbane in the mid-80s, she was determined to work with timber and set out to learn everything she could about working with the material. findoutmore

Art Animates the City | Panel Discussion – Tuesday 10th February

Brisbane Development Association and artisan presents

Art Animates the City
 Tuesday 10 February 2015

5.30pm for a 6.00pm start (concluding by 7.30pm) artisan Gallery, 381 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley


The Brisbane Development Association and artisan present a panel discussion on the role of public art in city-making – its creativity, aesthetics, economy and brand.

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Burst In Workshop: Saturday 8 November

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artisan, along with curators Christian Duell and John de Manincor, invite you to Burst in to Burst Open through this workshop held as part of the Burst Open exhibition now showing at Gallery artisan.

Curator John de Manincor (UQ) will give a tour of the exhibition. findoutmore

Open Exchange – Thursday 18 December

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Open Exchange – a panel discussion on open source design

Presented by artisan in partnership with the Institute of Modern Art (IMA)

Thursday, 18 December 2014, 6-7pm
@ IMA, 420 Brunswick St. Fortitude Valley QLD

RSVP to exhibitions at artisan.org.au or 3215 0805

 

The open source movement is often positioned as having a major impact on the future of design and architecture; from democratising their development and usage, to undermining their financial viability. findoutmore

Q + A with WARHOF designers Ruth Birtwell and Domm Watson

Artisan's WARHOF window display on Brunswick St

 

Since discovering their mutual interest in unique, wearable and sustainable clothing after graduating from Fashion School in Brisbane, designers Ruth Birtwell and Domm Watson have been working tirelessly to develop their first collection, The Withington Collection. Bright, graphic prints and a mix of 90s streetwear and 50s silhouettes dominate in this debut collection, with the designers aiming to bring a new element to the classic.

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Burst In workshop: Saturday 8 November

9 (final)

artisan, along with curators Christian Duell and John de Manincor, invite you to Burst in to Burst Open through this workshop held as part of the Burst Open exhibition now showing at Gallery artisan.

Curator John de Manincor (UQ) will give a tour of the exhibition. findoutmore

meet the makers: saturday 18 october

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Our next Meet the Makers session features BrisStyle makers Samantha Gilkes and Bronwen Jones.

Samantha Gilkes is a self-taught creative who dabbles in all things from watercolour illustration through to woodwork, crochet and doll making. She primarily works with salvaged and recycled wood, enjoying the process of taking the large pieces of discarded scrap wood and turning it into little keepsakes, pieces of wearable art, wall pieces and accessories for mixed media art dolls. findoutmore

Q + A with GREENSMITH artist – Alicia Lane

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During the course of the Greensmith exhibition you might have spotted jeweller Alicia Lane, working away at our in store studio. Alicia Lane is one of four exhibiting Greensmith artists in residence, along with Clare Poppi, Luke Maninov and Shanna Muston, who have spent time at our pop up studio creating work. findoutmore