50/50 jugglers exhibition brisbane this friday!

This Friday 50/50 Jugglers Art Space Inc is a fund raiser show with more than 55 artists with all works being sold by silent auction. 50/50 is going to be a great first show for jugglers showcasing some pretty big names, who are all participating with the intention of helping jugglers and all its programs for the upcoming year. Check out the 50/50 for more flicks.

All artists are participating by invitation only and all works are 50×50cm or smaller.

50/50 Exhibition

JUGGLERS

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EAPD

The Emerging Artists Development Program [EADP] works with referees from the Special Circumstances Courts in Brisbane and has been running on “less than average” funds for years now. The program is mentor and relationship based and aims for the participants to expand their arts skills into canvas work, screen-printing and drawing. This is a unique program that over the past 5 years has given leadership in the arts and social services sectors in Brisbane and plays a significant part in the development of troubled youth, the growth of emerging artists and a positive application of the rule of law through the judicial system. 50/50 is a fundraiser exhibition bringing together emerging mid-career and developing artists. These artists donate their work to be sold by Silent Auction beginning at $50 with the intention of supporting Jugglers and the EADP. The exhibition organisers and curators are Yannick Blattner, Clinton Cunningham, Jaclyn Bates and Char Chamez. The opening night is February 3rd 2012.

 

One thought on “50/50 jugglers exhibition brisbane this friday!

  1. These are really great. I love the creativity that they have shown in their art. More people should support this program and help our very talented artists, so they can get more recognition for their work.

    More power to these guys!

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