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BLENDER CHRISTMAS SHOW

END OF YEAR CELEBRATION

 Friday 2nd December

The annual Blender Studios Christmas exhibition and open studios is opening this Friday on the 2nd of December.

Time: 6pm - Late

Location: The Blender Studios & Dark Horse Experiment, 110 Franklin St, Melbourne
 

2 x Gallery Group Shows | Performance
| DJ's | Drinks | Open Studios

15 years ago the Blender Studios opened its doors for the first time and caused a flurry of movement within Melbourne's creative scenes; out poured a myriad of artistic expression that has gone on to influence the face of Australian art. 

The Christmas Group Show is the most highly anticipated show in our annual calendar as we open our doors to showcase the latest research and works by over 17 artists that call the Blender home.

Each individual studio will be set up in a gallery context, with a mini exhibition of works in every space. The two larger gallery spaces will feature a group exhibition curated by Adrian Doyle featuring an incredible lineup of artists. From performance to fine art, space activation to street art this show offers the artists an important avenue to show the public what they have been working on throughout the year. 

Come and explore the artistic wonder of Melbourne CBD's largest remaining warehouse studio space. 

As any previous visitor would also know, the show is not only an oppurtunity to celebrate the artistic talent of our studio, but also a great excuse to throw the best christmas party in town.


Exhibitions Runs: 3rd-17th December
Gallery Hours: Weds-Sat, 12-5pm
110 Franklin Street, Melbourne
 

Adrian Doyle
Marcus Encel
Junky Projects
Goonhugs
Tim Sterling
Craig Cole
Sebastian Fransz
Caper
Jo Harrison
Man of Darkness
Ben Frost
Christopher Hancock
Maha
Ruskidd
James Wilson
Shane Sterry
aDi
Heesco


For further information please get in touch with the gallery.

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