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Although I have seen face painting at many events, it was the first time I had watched leg painting in action, with artist Prone and friend demonstrating their artwork on patient subjects. It wouldn't pay to be ticklish for this activity.
As I wandered around the Hindmarsh Square space, it was fascinating to see such a diverse range of artists in one place. Interactive artists included Mugsy, Hex1, IDare, Scoops, El Prong Ung & Budda who were supported by the hand picked talented breakers from Learn to Break.
Sarah initially funded the event herself, then received financial support for three events from Splash Adelaide. Art sales are hoped to support the artists who perform free of charge at the event.
If you're attracted by the idea of a free alternative art market supporting local artists, being entertained by some fantastic live music, and having some great food and drinks on tap, then make sure you like the Vacant Space Facebook page to keep up with the latest news.
Sadly bad weather forced the cancellation of the third Vacant Space event, but after a huge fundraising drive and help from many enthusiastic supporters, Vacant Space has now returned!
The next event will be held on June 29 from 12 midday until 7pm at the Brickworks Market, 36 South Road, Torrensville.
Expect urban art workshops and auctions, live music with prominent local DJ's, dance crews and delicious foods. The bar will be open, and kids won't be forgotten with special entertainment laid on just for them.
After 7pm stick around for Rhyme Time 2 - a hip hop festival featuring 18 local artists, MC battles and more!