Posted by The Events Editorial Team
18. Apr, 2012
|April 20, 2012|
Melbourne’s newest outdoor contemporary art space is opening its…well it doesn’t have doors, but it’s just opening this Friday. And it looks pretty awesome.
Set up outside Fitzroy’s cafe cum studio Juddy Roller, Brickwall Gallery is all about showing the work of established and up and coming artists. Artworks will be rotated daily and available for sale.
It all kicks off this Friday with work from Jaws (DMV), Adnate (AWOL), Choq, Scott Laurenson and more. Be there so you can say you were there.
WHEN: Friday 20 April, 6.00pm – 3.00am
WHERE: Juddy Roller, cnr Chapel and Johnston Sts, Fitzroy
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