Crazy about jazz? Want tasty treats? Love stylish wares?
Then head to the exhibition opening of Salvaged Style on Saturday 17 May at Reverse Garbarge located in Woolloongabba.
Get ready to feast your eyes on the most gorgeous and stunning collection of handmade, sustainable wares. A huge range of products will be on display such as fine art works, home wares, jewellery, bags, toys and so much more. Many will be for sale so make sure you bring your wallet.
Featuring more than 20 creative Brisbane artists, craft workers and designers, the exhibition is all about reusing and repurposing materials. Check out the beautiful and one-of-a-kind creations from exhibiting artists. These include up-cycled wooden boxes by Boxology; Manx Minx's contemporary toys made from salvaged fabrics and fur; and unique artworks created by Erin Clair on wooden blocks and vinyl records.
Other artists featured in this exhibition include:
Michelle Steel Ozdyer
Lena's Love Wearable Art
Bog Standard Design
Shona Smith ReVampt
Lucille Atkins Jewellery
Sea Glass Emporium
Beth Addison Smith
Murphy and Malaher
Crazy Bag Lady
Owl and Sparrow Vintage
"Grounded in Vegas"
Image from event website.
Brisbane's contemporary jazz duo, Out of Abingdon, will be making an appearance on the opening night as well as free yummy finger food and a cash bar.
What's more, Reverse Garbage is also hosting The Full Load presented by Nigel Sutton as part of the Anywhere Theatre Festival. This outrageous comedy about a special Laundromat is a must see. So see it, or regret it!
The opening event runs from 6pm to 9pm and is free of cost. If you are unable to make it to the opening, then make sure you pop by between Saturday 17 May and Friday 6 June to see the exhibition, open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm.
The Full Load is a ticketed performance from Wednesday 14 to Saturday 17 May. Tickets are $22 and can be purchased by clicking here.
With late night warehouse shopping opportunity, soulful sounds, yummy finger food and heaps of things to feast your eyes on, there's no better way to spend your Saturday evening.