1 day to go until we hang Mostly Girl, the collaborative exhibition that will inaugurate our new studio space. 3 days until Crow Street Creative’s Winter Sun: Food and Music Fest and only 7 days to go until the official Mostly Girl – Exhibition Opening launch party. It’s going to be a busy end of the month at Photopia Studio!
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Photopia Studio, literally donating love to Crow Street Creative. These were in our studio but they won’t fit in our new premises. We can’t think of better people to gift these 4 letters to.
The launch event of Arts NAIDOC at the Regional Arts Gallery may have been cancelled, but the exhibition is still on and you should definitely go and have look. “Black Keys To Unity”, a collaboration between Photopia Studio’s owner William Debois and musicians from the local community is one of the highlights of this exciting art exhibition. More info here: http://gragm.qld.gov.au/
Go and see Arts NAIDOC at Gladstone Regional Art Gallery. The exhibition features “Black Keys To Unity”, a project about music and community, with photos by Photopia’s very own William Debois. You will also see fabulous historical photographs of the Gladstone indigenous community and multi media work by Katrina Elliott. Don’t miss it! More info here: www.gragm.qld.gov.au.
COMING UP: Black Keys To Unity, a collaborative photography project exploring the way music is used as a universal language to preserve traditions, share culture and unite families, will soon be on display at the Regional Art Gallery & Museum in Gladstone. Alongside work by Katrina Eliott and many other contributors, these photographs William Debois took over the last few months will form a part of Arts NAIDOC, a month long celebration of the National NAIDOC Week theme “Our Languages Matter”. More info here: http://gragm.qld.gov.au/exhibitions
To say that the launch of Hayley’s second CD was a success is an understatement. We wish her the best of luck with her career. It was a privilege to photograph her.
Pictures of the cast and performance of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang community musical are available online for you to view or purchase: http://tiny.cc/chitty17. Make the memories of this great production last forever…
Elevate Media have put together a truly scrumptious cover for this week’s Gladstone News, using one of our pictures of GECC’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Get your copy for free from various outlets around town.
Cast portraits and behind the scene pictures of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang community musical are now available to view and purchase here: http://tiny.cc/chitty17
Thanks to Hayley Marsten for trusting Photopia Studio with capturing her CD launch last night. Also thanks for her selfie skills. 25 years in professional photography and that’s one thing I haven’t mastered. Wonderful concert and I think I have pictures that do it justice.