6:00 PM18:00


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A group exhibition featuring local artists who have hunted down the best record covers from the past centuries to 'wreck' with their own designs. The exhibition will showcase their versions of the chosen record covers.



Sober Bob · Vivid Black Artistry · Sandi Darling Creative · 
Epheria · Kimi Schieren · Hacklock · Sarge76 Art· 085c3n3 ·
Erin Kennedy · Fat Ankle · Freak Street Illustrations· Nelson Gibbins · Jackson Hambridge

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4:00 PM16:00

Hanging Affair // Church Brisbane

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Some of the best zine makers from all over Australia come to share their zines, pins, patches, and other rad stuff they like to make, in one exhibition where you can buy it all. 

This hanging zine exhibition will accompany artist print displays and a table of goodies to help you shop early for Christmas so you're not just stuck giving out socks again. 

Come read radical literature, explore new art, and support your local zine makers.

Ashley Ronning
Nelson Gibbons
Philip Dearest
Illo Wheeler
Talia F Enright
Jaime McDougall
Keira Edwards-Huolohan
Rae White
Sober Bob
Woolf Pack
Link Raptor Art
Lara Marks-Nash
Slubs Zine
James Bourbon
D-Time Comics
Chris Allen
+ many more


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to Sep 17

Stencil Art Prize 2017


Showcasing 67 stencil artists from 25 countries, the Stencil Art Prize is the world’s largest stencil event. Influenced by the ephemeral nature of street art, these stencil-based works blend pop-culture imagery and global politics to highlight the growing concerns of a socially engaged generation of artists. 

Opening night on Friday 8 September at 6pm, at Stirrup Gallery in Sydney with the  announcement  of the $5000 cash prize winner at the Exhibition Launch. The Exhibition continues until 17 September 2017 as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival.

The artists encompass nearly every stencil making method on the planet including hand drawn and hand cut stencils, computer generated stencil layers, silk screen stencils and screen printing processes, collage and mixed media stencils, spray paint techniques, water colour, ink and more. 

Entry is free and everyone is welcome. Artworks and print editions of the stencils will be for sale from 1 August at and the Exhibition in September.

2017 Finalist - 085c3n3 - Creepy cut-ism

2017 Finalist - 085c3n3 - Creepy cut-ism


Stencil Art Prize Shop - here

Facebook event page - here

Featured Artists

085c3n3, Australia
Afshid, Iran
Alexios Avlamis, Greece
amorfart, Hungary
Angus Comyns, Australia
Belinda Keyte, Australia
Benjam, USA
Blake Hopkins, USA
Brent Winstone, Australia
Brenton Mitchell, Australia
byrd, Australia
Camo, Australia
Campbell La Pun, Japan
Catherine McMillan, USA
CAZ.L, Germany
CRISP, Australia
CRS, Cyprus
David Grieves, Canada
David Soukup, USA
DCT46,  Spain
Dotmastors, UK
DRAHTFUNK, Australia
Elvira Yanushko, Russia
Fergie Stencils, Australia
Headache, Thailand
Hugo Gerez, Argentina
Jana & JS, Austria
Jenna YoNa Bloom, Australia
Joel Hart, New Zealand
Jogo, South Korea
JOKady, Germany
Julie Hickson, Australia
Just stencil the world, Germany
Justinas Zozo, Lithuania
Katherine Jukes, Australia
Kirpy, Australia
Lapin, Australia
Lloyd Wright, Australia
Mark Callaghan, Australia
Me Bes, Spain
MEZK, Mexico
Miss Meow, Australia
Mister Feeney, UK
Mousa Al Shammas, Syria
Moz, Italy
Mr. Edwards, Australia
Mue Bon, Thailand
Nev Sety, AUstralia
Nicholas Thomas John, Canada
OiNk, UK
OTC, Australia
PAWA, AUstralia
Raizes ( or Roots), Brazil
Rebel man★Army, Japan
Rehgan De Mather, Australia
Samuli Suonpera, Finland
Sarita, Australia
Shanta, Australia
skmv, Germany
sputNik, Australia
Stephen Quick, UK
Taki Myk, Poland
tbC, Australia
Tbird, Australia
vInk, Australia
Vivian Messimeris, Australia

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to Jan 21

FASTPLANT III - skateboard exhibition


skateboard exhibition

Opening Night: Friday 9th December // 7 - 11pm

an indoor / outdoor art show ft. 100+ artists + live music from
The Steele Syndicate
Average Art Club & more $5 entry & CASH BAR with support from Stone & Wood (free entry for exhibiting artists)

Exhibition runs from 9th December 2016 - 21st January, 2017
@kontraband.studios No Comply Gallery - 6 Laurel St, Toowoomba Q.

Fast Plant III featuring over 100 skate decks by over 100 artists at No Comply Gallery - 6 Laurel St, Toowoomba.

Fast Plant III featuring over 100 skate decks by over 100 artists at No Comply Gallery - 6 Laurel St, Toowoomba.

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to Aug 22

_frank by adam lewczuk

Brunswick Street Gallery presents a new solo exhibition by Adam Lewczuk


Opening Event: 7 August, 6pm - 9pm (all welcome)
Exhibitions run from 6pm, 7 August - 3pm, 20 August 2015

Perhaps best characterised as post-digitalist nostalgia, ‘Frank’ is a collection of Stencilled works that subtly delve into the psyche of the artist, tracing elements of a childhood where Frankenstein’s Monster, Kiss and Bowie culminate to become cornerstones in the development of Lewczuk’s unique visual style. In addition to the evident pop culture iconography, the works also reveal a low-fi ‘authenticity’ in terms of creative process.
In a world of new technologies Lewczuk intends to make evident the hand of the artist, while in turn utilising new technologies to compose a visual remix of memories. The work is intended to evoke moments of nostalgic recognition as we encounter the work in its post-digital form.

Brunswick Street Gallery

322 Brunswick St Fitzroy VIC 3065 AUSTRALIA
Gallery Tues–Friday 10–8pm Sat–Sun 10–6pm

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to Jan 15

Winzigen Ikone - Tiny Icon. a collections of small works by adam lewczuk


30 November 2014 1 to 4pm at St Baker Studio, Mon Komo Hotel 99 Marine Pde. Redcliffe, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4020

Winzigen Ikone – Tiny Icon is a collection of small works by Adam Lewczuk that draws on the notion of nostalgic familiarity. The work aims to evoke a sense of personal association, while challenging the audience to identify the exact origin of their connection with the work.

The exhibition explores the relationship between personally inspired nostalgia and an exact point in time. This serves to remind the viewer of the significance of a past that is often romanticised, but generally rejected as no longer relevant or useful in a techno savvy environment.

In what can only be described as a post digital dichotomy, the theme of the exhibition focuses on the need for a recalibration of attention back towards what is perceived to be the “small things” that have influenced who we have become. Through the re-contextualization of redundant, expired, discarded objects, utliising antiquated methods, motifs, characters and past events the audience is encouraged to engage with the work, challenging them to place the subjects in the context of their own personal histories and past experiences.

This proposition is consistently demonstrated throughout the body of work, as inspiration is derived from the application of discarded technologies. Images of the antiquated are fused amongst a mass of hand cut stencils, zines, large scale paste-ups and stickers on a variety of found surfaces and objects to produce an elaborate collection of analogue and digital visual works that demonstrate that contemporary multimedia art can occur without high-tech machinery and methods.

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