Schoolhouse Studios Inaugural Fundraiser

Mark it down in your calendar: this Friday evening Collingwood community Schoolhouse Studios will be launching their inaugural fundraising exhibition with an opening celebration at the studios starting from 7pm. A much-loved cornerstone of the artistic community, Schoolhouse exists to provide affordable and inclusive workspaces for emerging artists and creative businesses, to play, inspire and grow their creative practices. 

Friday evening festivities will include tunes spun by local DJs Sovereign Trax with Schoolhouse’s tiny in-house cafe, Tiggy (a favourite lunchspot of the Assemble crew!) offering up a deletable array of dinner delights for the peckish. With over thirty Melbourne-based contemporary artists donating work to the show, including painter and sculptor Esther Stewart, Laith McGregor, Rob McHaffie, Brendan Huntley and Elizabeth Barnett, there’ll be plenty to browse – and so many opportunities to help support Melbourne’s incredibly vibrant and diverse artistic community. Proceeds from the exhibition will go towards the costs of keeping Schoolhouse up and running.
 
Contributing artists include:

Abigail Varney

Alice Hutchison
Alice McIntosh
Annika Koops
Benjamin Lichtenstein
Brendan Huntley
Claire Lehmann
Colin Trechter
Daisy Watkins-Harvey
Danny Cohen
Elizabeth Barnett
Emily Ferretti
Esther Stewart
Eugenia Lim
Fergus Binns
Freya Esders
Gabriella Foreman
Isadora Vaughan
Jahnne Pasco-White
Jake Walker
Jeremy Drape
Jessie Willow Tucker
Julian Hocking
Kieren Seymour
Laith McGregor
Lucas Golding
Lucy Fahey
Luke Duncan King
Nell Pearson
Rob McHaffie
Tai Snaith
Tim Hillier
Tommi PG

Main image courtesy Schoolhouse Studios.

Where: Schoolhouse Studios, 81 Rupert St, Collingwood

When: Opening event: 7pm - late, Fri 1 September; Exhibition: Fri 1 – Sun 10 September

How much: Free entry

More info: Schoolhouse Studios website

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