During this St Kilda Art Crawl May 25, 26 & 27starting from 10am GAS will be working in collaboration to showcase the works of sculptures, painters, photographers, filmmakers and local businesses in Fitzroy Street. Artists include:
The Alex Theatre – Level 1/ 135 Ftzroy Stree, St Kilda an exhibition by Sculptor Adrian Spurr and Stonemason Calthestoner
At Punchinello Pop-Up – 33 Fitzroy Street St Kilda – Master printmaker & sculptor Adrian Spurr, Stonemason Calthestoner, Salvatori Lolicato with ceramics. Photographer Michael Kluge, painter & poet Tommy Langra and painter & curator Marko Maglaic.
The Linden Tree – 11 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda – exhibits by Emily Humphries and Calthestoner
St Luja – 9 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda a pop-up poetry event featuring Marian Webb, Hamish Danks Brown, Yoram Symons & singer Lisa Wood
HQ Gallery and Bar – 7 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda – A collective Aboriginal exhibition featuring Pop Indigineous artist Dino Damiani
Art lovers, investors, artist supporters and friends are all welcome to our closing celebration at Punchinello pop up art space at 33 Fitzroy Street St Kilda as part of the inaugural St Kilda Art Crawl.
Exhibiting artists include Charles Mikula, Laurie Miller, Faye De Pasqualie, Pamella Dias, Dino Damiani, Josh Birtwistle, Salvatori Lolicato and Adrian Spurr.
Where: Punchinello pop up art gallery 33 Fitzroy St, St Kilda
When: Thursday evening from 5.30 pm on 5 October.
Why: Closing celebration
Punchinello pop up art gallery located at 33 Fitzroy St, St Kilda will remain open from 2 – 6 October for your viewing a buying pleasure.
The exhibiting artists include Salvatori Lolicato, Pamella Dias, Faye De Pasqualie, Dino Damiani, Josh Birtwistle, Charles Mikula and curator and exibiting artist Adrian Spurr.
Donated by owners Jenny and Rob Semple in support of the inaugural St Kilda Art Crawl this amazing space is a successful vehicle in bringing dedicated and talented artists back to Fitzroy St and the heart of St Kilda.
We invite all art lovers, investors and local supporters to join us on Friday evening starting at 5.30 to celebrate this dynamic period in the history of Fitzroy St, St Kilda.
The Public and The Private – the dualities of being
Artists showing: Painter Faye De Pasqualie, sculptor Adrian Spurr, painter / sculptor Laurie Miller, multi-media and performing artist Sophie Ruolle, Aboriginal artists’ Dino Damiani and didgeridoo player Josh Birtwhistle, painter Elena Simak, painter Pamella Reine, painter Clare Austin, painter and lighting installations Charles Allardice. DJ James Stone.
WHAT: St Kilda Art Crawl
WHEN: 21 – 24 Sept
WHERE: 33 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda Punchinello pop up on the map
As part of the inaugural St Kilda Art Crawl, Pop up exhibition at Punchinella – 33 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda is hosting a collection of works from established and up and coming artists that is not to be missed.
This is an extra ordinary time in the history of Fitzroy Street with 19 empty shops along with a down turn of business and street life.
Art patrons’ Robert and Jenni Semple owners of 33 Fitzroy St and entrepreneur Freddie Warschauer who just opened #HAPPYFoLK at 11A Fitzroy Street are sponsoring the Window Art Walk to support the artists and to draw life back into their beloved Fitzroy Street and the community at large.
All artists are contributing their time, energy, creativity and work in the spirit of community collaboration and celebration of new beginnings.
Pop-up exhibition Window Art Walk begins at 33 Fitzroy St St Kilda. This venue is open to the general public and will feature paintings by Pop Indigenous artist Dino Damiani along with works from other painters, sculptors and performance artists including Faye de Pasquale, Laurie Miller, Clare Austin and Adrian Spurr.
Vegan cafe #HAPPYFoLK at 11A Fitzroy St was recently opened by property developer and entrepreneur Freddie Warschauer. Freddie will be sponsoring the Window Art Walk at venues either side of #HAPPYFoLK showcasing an eclectic mix of art in shop windows on the sunset side of the Green Knoll.
At the magical Spring Equinox light and dark forces are in balance. Over this weekend 33 Fitzroy St will host Indigenous smoking and Shamanic ceremonies.
Shamanic Healing Seminar
On Saturday 23 September at 11 am St Kilda based Shamanic healer Josephine Celeste will perform a ceremony celebrating re-emergence of the light, life and empowerment.
On Sunday 24 September at 11am – 12 noon Josephine Celeste will also host a FREE seminar titled Trauma to Life Purpose and group Shamanic healing ritual. To be part of this very special free event bookings are essential as seating is limited. Bookings: 0410 190 593
Re-inventing LIFE through ART, an ongoing therapy.
Silent intelligence, each soul’s higher self, speaks of a collective, a whole; the human race as one. In our hearts we all know this to be true, one only needs to apply thought. Pressure in the frontal lobe region may follow as a result, tension will subside with gradual use of the minds eye.
If you’re in disagreement I invite you to come along and allow the artists involved to persuade you of another outlook, or more accurately in-look. An in-look which becomes an outlook of the soul. Push the envelope and watch it bend, be like the reed in the wind, the one Confucius spoke of. The Hidden runs our lives, for most of us have no idea of our purpose of existance. Most of us hide behind invisible mask of our choosing.
Man is a walking talking paradox, who’s hypocritical abilities are of legendary status. At this point in humanity’s evolution I believe it is important to pause and take stock of one’s true purpose, lights, gifts and shadows truths. Together they provide the human halone with a third dimensional experience, according to information (thoughts) available.
Seems to me, one’s thoughts and intent should take precedence above all.
Martin Foley Minister for the Arts in the Daniel Andrews’ State Labor Government speaking about the enormous potential for the Port Phillip precinct assigned toThe St Kilda Art Crawl to be launched on the 21, 22 & 23 of September 2017.
SKAC is a non for profit community incentive spearheaded by passionate local St Kilda creatives who are determined to bring the artistic community along with it’s mojo back to St Kilda and the Port Phillip precinct.
My adopted ‘family totem’ is this proud Thorny Devil (Moloch Horridus). I have yearned to paint this little guy since my auntie, who lives in Alice Springs visited our family in Melbourne many years ago. I was over joyed when she opened her bag to reveal her beloved pet Thorny Devil who happily jumped onto the kitchen table to greet us with a smile.
Family of Humpback Whales visiting Port Phillip Bay on their way to Antarctica. The mother is shadowing her calf and the father follows closely behind and is about to breach.
This symbolises William Cooper’s walk to Parliament and his fight for freedom from injustice. His life’s long campaign for Aboriginal rights began in 1887. In 1940 he established a National Aborigines Day, first celebrated in 1940.
Two alpha male Gippsland Goanna’s are facing off to fight for the right to breed with the alpha female in their area.
Dragonflies patrolling their Lilly pads on a billabong in the wetlands of Gippsland.
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