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SCARF invites you to the opening night of ART4refugees

We invite you, your family and friends to attend the opening of this year’s ART4refugees Charity Art Show.

Date Friday 8th October 2010

Time 7pm

Location The Illawarra Grammar School (TIGS)

Parking and entry via Powell Street, West Wollongong

Tickets $20 (includes canapés, drinks and entertainment plus the opportunity to be the first to purchase artworks)

Please note that the opening night is a strictly over 18’s event

All proceeds from ART4refugees support the work of SCARF (Strategic Community Assistance to Refugee Families).  Artists have donated paintings, photographs, sculpture, jewellery, textiles and ceramics to help fund SCARF’s programs like Homework Help, Volunteer Mentoring and L2P Learner to Provisional Driver.

Here’s how you can buy your ticket for the opening night:

  • Complete the attached form and post/fax payment details
  • In person from SCARF’s Community & Training Centre at Shop 36, Lower Level Piccadilly Centre Crown St
  • Phone Jane Coburn on  0402 888 126  0402 888 126

If you can’t attend the opening night, you can still support SCARF by attending ART4refugees on Saturday 9th or Sunday 10th October between 10am and 4pm. Admission is by gold coin donation with free tea and coffee available.

For more information, please visit, email or telephone  0417 166 011  0417 166 011 .

We look forward to seeing you there.

Many thanks

The ART4refugees team

p.s. you can also support ART4refugees by encouraging artists to donate a work or by displaying our poster at your workplace, school or community notice board – see for details.

Thanks in advance for forwarding this on to any of your contacts that may be able to support us.

Ticket Order Form for 2010 ART4refugees Opening Night

Hi There,

The Illawarra ITeC are running a suite of workshops targeted to small business owners & operators throughout the Illawarra region as part of the government-funded Small Business Online program. I have included a copy of the flyer (please scroll down to view) that lists the topics that has been scheduled for the upcoming months.

It would be great if you are able to forward this flyer to your contacts and members who are part of the Arts Community throughout the Illawarra, who are no doubt business owners as well, so that they are given the opportunity to take part in this completely free program and attend any of the free workshops. All attendees and participants are required to register their details and enroll to attend the workshops through our website however I am available on the number provided to assist them through this process if required.

If there is any further info I can provide to you about this, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Many Thanks,


Jessica Lendich

Stepping Up Online Project Coordinator

The Illawarra >>ITeC<< Ltd

Suite 1, 336 Keira Street

Wollongong NSW 2500

P 02 4223 3100

F 02 4223 3199


Friday October 1

Pearl Noire

@The Sebel Harbourside Kiama, Blue Diamond Bar

6-9pm presented by the Kiama Jazz Club

Our gorgeous sultry & sassy diva of jazz, soul, reggae, r&b is back to seduce & sedate you after your long week.

The perfect start to your weekend.

Friday October 1

Me & Orson Wells

@Gerringong Pics & Flicks

Gerringong Town Hall, Fern Street Gerringong

Only $10pp tickets on sale from 7.30, film starts at 8pm…hang around afterwards for Tea, Coffee & Delicious Cake,

Yearly membeships are available for only $50, that’s 11 movies for just $50. Come get your kicks at Pics & Flicks!

Check the blog

Friday October 8

19-Twenty Duo – Kane Denelly & Dan Sullivan

@The Sebel Harbourside Kiama, Blue Diamond Bar

6-9pm presented by the Kiama Jazz Club

The stomping howling blues boys go acoustic tonite, Kane & Dan really cant do anything wrong, expect a brilliant session.

Sunday October 10

Richard McPhillips

@Bellachara Brunch & Blues, Bellachara Boutique Hotel 11-3 pm

Entertainer, vocalist, charm and pianist.

SundayOctober 10

Priscilla Gauci

@Kiama Golf Club 3-6pm Blues Soul & Funk for the afternoon.   Fast forward to ….Saturday October 16Swing into Spring Dance with the Bird Yard Big Band @Gerringong Town Hall 8pm till late Presented by the Kiama Jazz Club Dust off those dancing shoes, gather your pals, frock up and dance into spring.  Bird Yard are 18 pieces of exhiliarating big band sounds fully experienced in showing you a good time. Everything from Mambo to Mac the Knife & Fly Me to the Moon.    $25 pp for KJC and IJC Members.  $30 pp for everyone else (or if you book & pay for 8 or more at once you can get your ticket for $25 too).  Tables of 8,  byo supper & drinks just like the good old days.  Tickets at Kiama Visitors Centre 4232 3322, or contact Kiama Jazz Club for more info 4234 4326. AND…If anyone would like to join me at my table (at the front by the dance floor) please do so! Contact me via reply email.

Just noticed that there is no mention of Wongawilli Colonial Dance Club, so here’s some info:

Wongawilli Colonial Dance Club Inc

Non-profit incorporated association

Objectives: to promote, preserve and perform Australia’s settlers traditional dance and music

The Club also publishes bush music / dance resources, see:


Regular Bush Dance, every Wednesday night, 8pm to 10pm at Wongawilli Community Hall. Open to all acoustic musicians. Sheet music provided.

Saturday 18 December 2010, Christmas With Wongawilli Dinner Dance

Contact: David De Santi (Secretary), 0409 57 1788,




FRI 1 October, 7.30pm
5 Pack CONCERT Get Folked, CJ Shaw, Az-I-Am, Kenny Bartley, Jim Low

4-6 October SPECIAL -PEACE TRAIN: THE CAT STEVENS STORYDarren Coggan & Band, Illawarra Perforiming Arts Centre. MORE INFORMATION

SUN 10 October, 3pm
House Concert – Peter Hicks
SHELLHARBOUR, Bookings 4296 2339

SUN 17 OCTOBER, 8.30AM – 7PM
JP Hoe
from Canada, Shortis and Simpson, Wollongong Welsh Choir, The Stetsons, Vince Brophy, Bowral House, Tribal Jewels, Jim Haynes, Replay, Bob Campbell, Zorbas Kefi, Maria Forde, Wongawilli, Viv Sawyer, No Such Thing, Riogh, Wollongong Conservatorium Orchestra, Alan Musgrove & Watsaname Band


You don’t have to be a masochist to enjoy ‘FIVE OF THE BEST…’

Those who lived in the ‘Good Old Days’ would remember ‘Six of the best’- A painful experience for sure.  Those days are thankfully past but the Illawarra Folk Club is about to give music lovers ‘five of the best!’

This Friday 1st October will see the coming together of five great acts at the Diggers Club in Wollongong.  There’ll be a combination of the new and the old, the familiar and the innovative and the traditional and the contemporary.

Best of all it’s still only $10, $15, It starts at 7.30pm, Coopers on tap, restaurant is open, the Mystery Performer will be there and so will I so hope to see you there.


Get Folked are the new faces of old music.  Combining traditional Irish, Scottish and medieval music with other folk influences alongside their own unique style, Get Folked are three odd folky blokes.  From the streets to the stage, to the folk session at the pub, they’ve played their music throughout Sydney and continue to do so, with major folk festivals and the release of a CD in the near future.”

Jim Low is a singer/songwriter who lives in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney.  It is said that he creates and sings songs that get to the heart of the story, entertain and beg to be listened to again.  He has a deep interest in Australian history having written books, articles, and school learning materials on Australian themes.  Jim has performed in clubs, restaurants, concerts and festivals and his music has appeared on a number of CD’s

and been played on ABC radio.  ‘Above the Creek Bed,’ his new CD of original songs.

Kenny Bartley is a singer/songwriter from the northern Illawarra.  Originally hailing from Perth W.A he has been performing his brand of Aussie folk since the late 90’s.  His songs are of a story telling nature and are often amusing.  Kenny can make you laugh, cringe and cry with personal tales of life.  With a career spanning over 10 years Kenny has supported the likes of Mick Thomas, the Waifs and more recently Jigzag.

As well as playing many a pub and beer garden he has played in the famous spiegel tent at the Adelaide fringe festival, the Nanup folk festival and the 2010 Illawarra folk festival.

Cj Shaw is one of Australia’s most entertaining and forward-thinking musicians.  Over the past ten years he has moved from strength to strength, performing at weekly residencies, on regional tours and headlining shows in both Sydney and Melbourne.

In 2009 Cj Shaw started a regional touring circuit aptly named the TUNESINBLOOM Xpress. The tour exclusively uses public transport to visit regional towns across NSW and Victoria.  For this tour Shaw is sponsored by Countrylink, who provide the transport for the tours.  So far the TUNESINBLOOM Xpress has visited over twenty towns.  These shows are proving to be a hit with the regional audiences and his support is growing across the state.

AZ-I-AM is Chris Wilson and her Gentlemen folk, Bob McInnes, Johnny Spillanne, Ray Marshall.  Az-I-aM formed in  July 2007 for three concerts to be performed at the Illawarra Festival January 2008.  Such was the reponse, both audience and performers left wanting more, hence we are still around.  At this point in time there are no C.D.’s for sale. So the only way to hear Az-I-aM, is to catch them live in concert.

Admission is still an amazingly low $10 (members) $15 0thers.

This Friday a group of young musicians from Canberra, some of them former Wollongong Conservatorium students and all from the ANU Jazz Course, are presenting a gig at the Con.  There are no acrobats involved but there will definitely be some energetic and original music.
The Lakeside Circus
Playing all original compositions: rock, jazz, metal, post serialist, avant-garde, australian, pop
Featuring: JONO LAKE – Piano, ALEC COULSON – Bass, MARK LEAVERS – Drums,  PATRICK LANGDON – Trombone, ANDREW FEDOROVITCH – Alto, SHANE SPELLMAN – Trumpet, THOMAS FAWCETT – TenorDate: Friday 1 October
Venue: Wollongong Conservatorium of Music
Cost: $8 General / $5 Students
Any questions: Jono Lake 0423 549 083
Also coming up:
  • The Antripodean Collective featuring Marc Hannaford – Sunday 10 October
  • Tonight on ABC Jazz (on your digital radio or set top box) you can hear The Vampires at 9pm playing a live set
  • Shannon Barnett Quartet in Mittagong – Thursday 14 October
  • James Muller is coming in November.  Stay tuned for more details.
Wollongong Jazz:
An e-bulletin of jazz performances
and education in Wollongong


Basement JazzOctober 3rd – Lockwood, Kluke and Gilbert

October 10th – Mirek Galczynski Trio

October 17th – Gipsy Swing

October 24th – Yuki Kumagai Trio

October 31st – Elie Cullington Band




Gerringong Pics & Flicks Inc.
“Me & Orson Welles”
Friday 1st October

On Friday 1st October Gerringong Pics & Flicks Inc. present “Me & Orson Welles” [Rated PG]

Review by Margaret Pomeranz

After Tim Robbins’ 1999 CRADLE WILL ROCK we return once more to the Mercury Theatre in New York founded by Orson Welles in 1937. And it’s in that year that ME AND ORSON WELLES is set, just as Welles – played by CHRISTIAN McKAY – is putting the final touches to his production of JULIUS CAESAR. Seventeen year old high school student Richard Samuels – AC EFRON lucks into the role of Lucius. Richard has a lot to learn and Welles’ assistant Sonja – CLAIRE DANES – is a mine of information…

It’s a new world for Richard, backstage with other actors like the libidinous Joseph Cotten – JAMES TUPPER – and uptight George Coulouris – BEN CHAPLIN – and with an increasingly harried manager, John Houseman – EDDIE MARSAN – but it’s Welles who is the one who opens Richard’s eyes the widest…

This completely delightful film has at its core a mesmerizing performance from CHRISTIAN McKAY as Welles, he not only looks incredibly like Welles’, he captures the man’s knowing capricious arrogance deliciously. The film has been cleverly adapted from a novel by high school English teacher Richard Kaplow by filmmaker Richard Linklater and there is wry affection for Welles’ world and for Welles’ himself in the work. There is a subplot that frames the film concerning a relationship between Richard and an aspiring writer played by Zoe Kazan that is also sweet.

This coming-of-age story, compressed into one week of Richard’s life, is an exhilarating ride, a witty, fascinating insight into one of the towering talents of last century, the talent that propelled him, the talent that surrounded him. It’s one of the best experiences you’ll have of the theatre in film.
Further comments


DAVID: Well, I’m fascinated by this period, of course, and this material. Orson Welles was such a giant figure of cinema and of theatre and of radio, as well.

MARGARET: And it’s so precocious, because he’s 22 in this film.

DAVID: I know. Yes. Yes. And Christian McKay gives a wonderful impersonation of Welles. I think you couldn’t find better. The other one I thought they got spot on was Joseph Cotton. I thought George Coulouris, the actor who played George Coulouris, was nothing like, at all, George Coulouris but…

MARGARET: Well, they’ve just got to encapture, though, the reality of the character, really.

DAVID: He got the character, I think. Yes. Yes. And John Houseman wasn’t so – Eddie Marsan’s John Houseman…but, look, I found this totally fascinating. I really enjoyed these insights into Welles. I loved scenes like the trip to the radio station in the middle of all of this because he has to do his Shadow radio show.

MARGARET: Isn’t that beautiful. It’s so funny.

DAVID: So it is totally, totally fascinating and…

MARGARET: Well, I believe that this was so researched, , with photos from the time.

DAVID: Yes. Absolutely, yes.

MARGARET: …and with people who were there at the time, it’s as accurate as you can get.

DAVID: Yes. Yes. They’ve got everything as close as they could.

MARGARET: I loved this film. I really just loved it. I’m giving it four and a half stars.

DAVID: I liked it a lot. I’m giving it four.


Tickets go on sale at Gerringong Town Hall at 7.30pm with the film starting
at 8.00pm. After the film Gerringong Pics and Flicks world famous Tea,
Coffee and Cakes will be available, providing a great chance to discuss the
film or anything else you like in a relaxed social atmosphere.


And remember – yearly memberships available now for only $50. That’s 11 movies for just $50.

So come get your kicks at Pics & Flicks!!

48 Hour Film Project, the biggest timed short film festival in the world is on again! With special permission from our international organizers, we are happy to announce that Regional NSW filmmakers can now take part in the competition. This means that Regional filmmakers will not be required to travel to Sydney to take part in the 48 Hour Film Project. Very exciting!

The Sydney 48 Hour Film Project is also unique because this is the only city in which the project is run as a non-profit. We would really appreciate your support in spreading the word through your Region and to all your members. It is a fantastic opportunity for emerging as well as established filmmakers to showcase their work.

Many prizes being offered to this year’s winners including for the winning team, one member will be sent to the international championships and joins the World Best of the 48 Hour Competition held annually in the USA! The 2010 best of screenings will be held in at The Miami International Film Festival

The best films will be shown on Aurora TV and TVS, plus for the winning film one winner will be awarded a paid trip to the US.
I have attached our logo, poster and an information flyer for your use. I have also pasted a short blurb below for your e-news and website. Please feel free to call or email me if you have any questions.

Look forward to working with you to make the 48 Hour Film Project a success in NSW.

Warmest Regards,

Tom Papas


(02) 4782 9986  – T

0416 719 651 – M – E – W


What is Playback Theatre?

Playback is a form of improvised theatre in which audience members
tell true stories from their lives and then watch as actors and
musicians play them back them on the spot using movement, music and
words. The result can be funny, moving and insightful. Playback
Theatre companies perform at conferences and at public performance
events across Australia.

Who should do this workshop?

If you are looking to develop your spontaneity or want to explore the
power of individual and community stories then this workshop is for
you! If you have a background in dance, theatre or music, or you work
in the community sector or in counselling or social work you may find
the workshop especially relevant to your practice. The best bit: no
acting experience is required!

What will the workshop cover?

You’ll get a great introduction to the basics of Playback Theatre and
a taste of Playback as both a performer and as an audience member.

Workshop leaders

Pasqualino Arcuri performed with Sydney and Bristol Playback Theatre
for 10 years and was previously a member of Darn’d Sock Theatre
Company. He performs Commedia dell’arte while promoting multicultural
awareness in schools with Cultural Infusion, Australia’s leading
intercultural arts organisation.

Gerry Orkin was a member of Canberra Playback Theatre for eight years
and has over 20 years of experience with the form as conductor, actor
and trainer.

Date & venue: 9.30am – 5.00pm Saturday 30 October 2010 @ The Railway
Institute Hall, Thirroul (next to Thirroul Station).

Cost: $70, $50 concessions. Bookings are essential.

Three scholarships are available for young performers aged 18 – 25.
Contact us for details.

For bookings or more information: Gerry ph. 0405 772883 / email

If you care about the planet’s health and yours, resource sustainability and biodiversity, two thought-provoking and edifying documentaries presented by the Helensburgh Lions Club are not to be missed.
On Tuesday, 12 October documentary “The End of the Line” will be screened with presentations by Duncan Leadbitter (Sustainable Fishing Partnership) and Genevieve Quirk (Greenpeace Ocean’s campaigner). This will be followed on Tuesday, 9 November by screening of “Food Inc.”.  Information stalls and sustainable wares will be present at both events, Sustainable and Organic Helensburgh Caterer “The Red Kitchen” will be selling delicious Organic Tajine of Cuttlefish & Flathead, Preserved Lemon Cous Cous & Fattoush for $10 for the first screening ( and Fair Trade tea/coffee available for purchase from Helensburgh Lions Club.
Where: Helensburgh Public School hall, Fletcher Street, Helensburgh
Time: 6.30 for a 7.15 screening
Cost: gold coin at the door
For more information, see


Adult Art Workshops in Shellharbour Village
2 hour workshops starting in October with artist Jasmin CarterLearn all about watercolour, watercolour techniques and creating a watercolour masterpieceTuesday 5,12,19,26th October 11.30am to 1.30pmLearn how to draw using different mediums

Wednesday 6,13,20,27th October 11.30 to 1.30pm

Only $120 for the entire course which includes all materials.

Bookings and deposits or full payment essential to guarantee position as classes are kept small.

Classes held at shop 9 22-26 Addison Street, Shellharbour Village behind Le’pota Fine Art Gallery.

Call 0414829548 or email

Warm Regards
Natalija Vocanec
Artistic Director



Art Studio for Kids

School holiday program

The following workshops will be offered during the school holidays in replacement of regular art lessons. Please book in asap as classes fill fast.

Tuesday 28th September 2.30pm to 4.30pm

Paint a abstract on canvas using mixed media.

Wednesday 29th September 2.30 to 4.30pm

Create a watercolour masterpiece

Thursday 30th September 10.30 to 12.30pm

Clay workshop create a piece of functional art using air drying clay, take home

on the day.

Tuesday 5th October 2.30pm to 4.30pm

Face painting, learn how to apply face paint theatrically and photograph people

Wednesday 6th October 2.30 to 4.30pm

Create a series of monoprints and collage into a work of art

Thursday 7th October 10.30 to 12.30pm

Design and create your own masquerade or tribal mask.

All workshops $25 per child paid before or on the day. Bookings essential so please call 0414 829 548 or

shop 9 22-26 Addison Street, Shellharbour

And for the big kids

Accomplished artist Jasmin Carter will be tutoring the following workshops.

Learning techniques with watercolour and creating your own watercolour masterpiece

Two hour workshops 11.30am to 1.30pm

Tuesdays October 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th

Learn how to draw using different mediums

two hour workshop 11.30am to 1.30pm

Wednesdays October 6th,13th,20th and 27th

Art workshops are only $120 for the course which includes all artist materials.

Art workshops are held at

Little Leonardo’s Art Studio, shop 9 22-26 Addison Street,

Shellharbour Village NSW 2529.

Bookings are essential so please

Contact Natalija on 0414 829 548 or email



Art Studio for Kids

Shop 9 22-26 Addison Street

Shellharbour NSW 2529

0414 829 548

Janine Matthews
Fibre Artist – Teacher – Sculptor
Dapto, Wollongong NSW Australia


Works selected by Multicultural Communities Council and Art Arena Gallery Exhibitions Committee

Exhibition is on from Friday 8th October – Saturday 6th November 2010.


“Vision of Gong” Mosaic-Ceramic Mural.

Installation of the mural on Market Street Wall, boundary wall of Wollongong Public School.

Come and give a hand on Saturdays if it is not raining!

Installation of the mural resumes 25th September  2010 12pm-3pm

| to volunteer or donate colourful china or/and tiles for mosaic please contact Irina Bruckner 0415 467 370 |

Coming Soon

LETS FACE IT  – Max Green Exhibition December 2010

Little Masters – exhibition of selected art works by students of Art Arena Children’s art classes |

Opening night: Wednesday 1st December, 4pm

Call for artworks: 2010 Members Show

Wednesday 19 – Saturday 20 February 2010

artwork to be delivered to Art Arena Gallery on Tuesday 18 January.

cost: $15 per person per artwork, $25 for up to 3 artworks per person.

Art Arena Gallery is Calling for 2011 Exhibition Submissions

Cost just $160 per fortnight or $250 per month.

Studio space is also available only $35 per week!

Details and submission forms are available at Art Arena Gallery from Audrey Bernays (Tues, Thurs)

or Irina Bruckner 0415 467 370 (Saturdays, during school weeks)

Art Arena Gallery and Studio Inc

Phone: (02) 4226 9596

Address: 1/39 Market Street, Wollongong

(the laneway between multi-storey Car Park and Hairdressers/Accountants Offices)

| open: Tuesday-Friday 11am-4pm | Sat 10am-3pm | FREE entry |

Irina Bruckner

m  0415 467 370 ph 02 4226 9352

37 Kirala Ave | Mangerton | NSW | 2500


Barracks Artists Inc, is a non residential, artist run studio.

Features: 3 months contracts, 24 hour access, Street level, own lock up studio 3m x 8m, good natural light, under cover outside working areas, secure parking, close to buses and trains; Short walk to the shops and beach.

Apply anytime.

$50.00 per week + key deposit

Proposal and info available from the NIO website

Write a letter, send in a proposal to:

the secretary,

Barracks Artists Inc, 1 Church St, Thirroul, 2515, NSW,

or email: (Cathi)

Or (judy)

Or Phone: Judy Bourke 4267 2697

‘Come walk in the landscape with the Plein Air Girls!’
Jutta Chalk, Michelle Dubois, Linda Fuller, Marijke Greenway,
Dianne Hamer, Kathy Karas, Anne Parker,
Jennifer Parker, Leanne Rosewarn, Salwa Woodroffe


Ten of the ‘Plein Air Girls’ bring together a huge variety of artistic
talent, using a variety of mediums and styles from traditional to
abstract. This exhibition includes not only ‘plein-air’ paintings but
also studio works based on their travels.

Shoalhaven City Arts Centre, Green Gallery, 12 Berry Street, Nowra.
Exhibition dates: 15th October ~ 10th November 2010.
Launch date: 16th October 2010, 12-2pm

Roy Wilson has won the JAA Australian Jewellery Awards for Coloured Gemstone Design and if you wish to view the piece come along to pd Art Gallery Roy Jewellery at 21 Paterson Road Coal cliff NSW   Roy can let you know what motivated his Design .








A Viva la Gong Festival Event

Come along for a fabulous night of fun, creativity and awesome entertainment. The showcase involves parades of fantastic garments; art that can be worn on the body. Local artists have crerated garments that reflect our journey through time as well as the theme of the Viva la Gong Festival,’stories of land and sea’.

We have blended these garment parades with some outstanding acts to bring you a unique variety show. The line up includes members of Circus Wow and Half High Circus performing a charming medieval court dance on stilts as well as a sparkly hoopin’, jugglin’, ball- walking, handstanding fling. The wonderful Wendy Reagan will amaze you and don’t miss Heidi Hillier back from her excellent show in Sydney’s fringe festival.

Singing  for us will be Phoenix regular Nora Jenkins, Fox Lea and we’ll enjoy the fabulous harmonies of the ‘Acoustic Women’ of Wollongong. We’ll also be treated to the dance moves of Zoe’s Dance Group and begin our journey through time with a look at country with an Indigenous dance. To complete our cultural immersion we’ve added  a touch of contemporary poetry from Bronwyn Lang.

What a fabulous line up! So come visit Port Kembla, birth place of the Illawarra, and join us on a surprising journey through time during this year’s Vival la Gong Festival. Much thanks to all our performers, Wollongong High School of the  Performing Arts drama students and Wollongong City Council’s Cultural Services for grant funding.


Fitzroy currently has 90 participants with 3500 items?

Brissie has 80 with 2500 items?

That’s a total of 170 awesome artists with 6000 items of handmade goodness!!!

We get SO excited by the standard and amount of uniquely hand crafted items we get to hang around with everyday!
thank you for your love and support!

did you also know we do gift vouchers?

pssssssst… a lease has been signed!!!
stay tuned to find out about in.cube8r 3!!!

featured :: Julijana Bozinovska
‘Cup of Tea Sirrah’ was produced to celebrate the love of miniature objects and a good cup of tea. Julijana’s aim was to create a simple form with strong lines and a hint of movement from the slightly tilted cup.

Find Julijana Bozinovska’s work at the Fitzroy gallery.

latest from the blog

Vicki gets personal with a post on her journey to become an in.cube8r franchisee.

We feature 3 of our artists from both Brisbane and Melbourne Stores – kimono reincarnate, alison bodman & sandra darling.

spring has sprung…

Time to turn over the wardrobe? New decor perhaps?

Here are a few choice items to choose from…

Check out all our artists on our website

in the press

August was a busy month for in.cube8r check out some of our press.

Ephirrell Design blogged about our Brissie store, Isy is a panelist for the Melbourne Fashion Week Business Breakfast Series, we were also featured in Dynamic Business and The Courier Mail.

Check out all our past press here.

own your own in.cube8r

Do you have a passion for handmade? Do you want to promote the talent of Australia’s artists and crafters? There is a limited opportunity to be the owner of one of the most creative and unique retail outlets in Australia

Want to get your friends and family to get the latest from in.cube8r – Or you have a cube and want to share your handmade goodness.

Find out more about franchising opportunities on our website here.

share the love

facebook page has 600+ ‘likers’ in just 4 weeks, we like you guys too 🙂 don’t forget to tell your friends!

we are also on twitter, follow isy @ fitzroy or vicki @ the valley

If you have a website or blog don’t forget we have some badges that you can put on your website too. Find them here.


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