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RB Residency Wednesday, 28 October 2015

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Creative folk around the globe... you have only days left to apply for the Redbubble Artist Residency Program, with applications closing 31 October 2015, 11.59pm PST. 

The Redbubble Residency is aimed at supporting Melbourne’s creative community, helping foster a body of work and encouraging artists to collaborate by working in the open plan Redbubble head office. The six month paid residency allows artists to work on a collection of their creations to exhibit at Redbubble’s biannual Made in House show.

“Each artist brings a unique style and experience to the office, and having these artists work within our space gives everyone at the company a chance to connect tangibly with our ethos, that is celebrating all that is truly unique and creative," explains Redbubble Marketing & Programming Manager, Ana Kresina.

Having nearly completed their second round of residencies, artists couldn't rave about the project more and neither can we at Just Another. With Just Another Artist Marian Machismo having completed the first residency along with Just Another Artist George Rose, having nearly completed the second round (the final pop up shop exhibition celebrating this residency, opens on the 26th November at No Vacancy Federation Square)

For more information and to apply to the program, click the link!

Picture by P1xels.

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World of Kyoto Imazu Monday, 26 October 2015

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World of Kyoko Imazu is my latest print and ceramic exhibition at AG Gallery in Brooklyn, New York, United States. If you happen to be in the area and are in the mood, it'd be great if you could pop down and see her first solo exhibition in NYC.

Running 1 - 22 November at AG Gallery - 310 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 

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Kunst Thursday, 22 October 2015

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'Kunst' is the first solo exhibition in Melbourne from Just Another stencil artist Kirpy since he has spent the past 12 months living and painting in Berlin, drawing inspiration from a city rich in both character and history. Whilst Kirpy has been abroad he has worked tirelessly plying his craft and experimenting with new techniques to further evolve his skills, continuing to impress with his unique blend of mediums culminating into an honest and detailed portrait of urban life. Whether it be images of streetscapes and architecture or of strangers walking by, Kirpy manages to perfectly capture the very essence of his subject through intricate detail on a wide array of canvases. Kirpy is pushing the boundaries of what we know and expect from stencil art by producing photorealistic pieces that challenge the audience into understanding the methods behind its production.

An all new body of work, 'Kunst' is an authentic and truthful depiction of the city of Berlin and the impression it has left on the artist. The exhibition captures the unique aesthetics of a city so rich in history, with a strong reference to the massive cultural revolution that occurred in Berlin in the early 1990's after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Running 4th - 22nd November at Port Jackson Press Print Gallery - 84 Smith St. Collingwood.

Photos by P1xels.

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Mr Weiss Monday, 19 October 2015

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Just Another Artist Does, recently painted a chair for the 'Mr.Weiss' exhibition in the Hague, the Netherlands. Check it out below!

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Duality Tuesday, 13 October 2015

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Duality: An Art Experiment  anonymously pairs 25 visual artists with 25 writers from a city to explore individuality and narrative - photographing each individual in their creative space - with the words, art and photograph's being shared in a public exhibition at No Vacancy gallery in Melbourne on October 23-24.

Duality started out as a simple project to recognise the hard working artists I have had the privilege of working with, and to explore narrative and individuality. Having now photographed 100 emerging and well established amazing artists in both Vancouver and Melbourne, with the plan to continue exploring narrative in different cities around the world. 

The  launch will take place from 7.30pm on Friday 23rd October.

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Sketchet at Work-shop Monday, 12 October 2015

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Justine McAllister aka Sketchet is just one of the talented Just Another Artists to be running workshops through Work-shop Melbourne! With a sketching class on the methodologies and techniques when sketching females.

If you love drawing ladies, this is the course for you. Focusing on facial features and expression, each element will be broken down to make sketching girls from your imagination a whole lot easier. Students will observe demonstrations by Justine and will be invited to bring their own drawing style and flare to their sketches during the class.

Each student will receive a ‘Sketching Girls’ zine and will leave with their very own completed girl sketch.

Whether you like comics, illustration, tattoos, character design or sketching for personal joy, this is a fun and relaxed workshop is for anyone wanting to expand their knowledge and technique for sketching girls! So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the Work-shop site and grab your ticket before the class is booked out!

 

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The Stencil Art Forum Friday, 09 October 2015

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In partnership with the Stencil Art Prize 2015, this year there is also an added element, a panel discussion with some of Australia's top Stencil artists, including Just Another Artist Losop.
 
Panel members include - Joshua Smith, Losop, Poncho Army, Boo; as well as Gallery Director Bill Dimas (Ambush Gallery) and Academic Dr Jacqueline Millner (Sydney University), will discuss key philosophical and artistic questions concerning the stencil art discipline. 
 
Hosted by gallerist Ariana Leane, the forum aims to critically debate and question what exactly stencil art is and what it could be. With expert insight from panel members with broad backgrounds, the forum is a unique occasion to ask your burning questions.
 
This is the inaugural event for the Stencil Art Forum in Australia, with topics for discussion that include; defining 'stencil art'; is technology an integral aspect of stencil art; why stencil art here and now; and what the future holds for the discipline? The forum will be followed by a Q&A with an open invitation to ask questions. Artists, collectors, professionals, enthusiast and the general public are encouraged to take part in the discussion for what will surely be an insightful and interesting afternoon of artistic discourse. 
 
Head to Ambush Gallery on Saturday 17th October from 2pm for this free event. Level 3, Central Park, 28 Broadway, Chippendale.
 
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Custom Heels Thursday, 08 October 2015

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It is now the time to announce the Stayfly Sydney second birthday party!!!
Stayfly Sydney comes back to perform at the The Standard Bowl bringing its flavour to the table as once again we will witness the stayfly ladies doing what they do, during a night of music, art and much more. Featuring an exhibition of custom heels, showcasing a range of different artists, including Just Another Artist Rebecca Murphy. Head down to check it out!

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Bootleg to the Future Thursday, 08 October 2015

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Bootleg to the Future’ is the debut, solo art show and ultimate ‘Back to the Future’ tribute by Melbourne-based artist and designer, Callum Preston AKA "The Tooth" from Everfresh studio.

The show is a tribute to the trilogy of ‘Back To The Future’ films, which were released in 1985, ’89 and ’90. ‘Bootleg to the Future’ is taking place on the final remaining date mentioned, the day that Marty arrives in the future in the second film, Wednesday Oct 21st 2015. Born in 1984 Callum says, "the inspiration for this show has been a lifetime in the making."

The show contains work across a variety of mediums, including canvas and paper works, sign writing, replica props, costume designs, sculptural work and collage. The show represents Callum’s favourite moments in the films, as well as exploring the unknown of the surrounding 
zeitgeist from the iconic and fictional Hill Valley, California. With works detailing possible crossover spin offs and sequels, theorised gang activity in the town, and prototype Hoverboard research and development.

Head down to Hogan's Gallery from 6-9pm for a show that showcases is bound to make everyone nostalgic.

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Miniature Dioramas Tuesday, 06 October 2015

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New York-based painter and sculptor Joe Fig's has created a range of miniature dioramas of famous artists in their studios. He has painstakingly sculpted the studios of everyone from Jackson Pollock to Andy Warhol! They are awesome! Check them out...

Joe's new book, Inside the Artist's Studio is being released by Princeton Architectural Press on October 6th, 2015. So head on over and grab yourself a copy.

 

 

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