Yes, there will be food. Myself and other friends are bringing platters of veggies and dip, hot soups, breads and cake. One of the soups is gluten free, dairy free, vegan, and actually still quite tasty. 😉
There will be spring water, juice, and fizzy drinks. This is a alcohol-free event. I can’t drink as I’m pregnant so I don’t see why I should pay for liquor license for you lot to have a glass. 😉
Are welcome! Obviously depending on their age you might need to explain some of the topic or discuss some of the artwork with them to help them understand or process. Some of the images are paintings of nudes (not graphic or sexual), there are some stylised depictions of blood, and some are very sad – it’s up to you what you feel is appropriate for your child.
Yes, this is my birthday celebration, but please don’t feel like you have to bring a gift or card. It’s completely fine to just turn up. If you like giving gifts or cards however, then please don’t feel that I’m going to set it on fire if you do. You’re welcome to. If you like the idea of a gift but are short on time or not sure what to do, please consider buying some of my art, or making a donation to Sands SA, who will be there on the night. 🙂
The embellished prints on display are all available to buy, and there will be many other options such as unframed regular prints, and my artbook which you can take home on the night. I can accept cash, card, and paypal. I am also adding content daily to my Etsy online store.
This is a wheelchair accessible venue with a lift and accessible toilet. There is street parking all around the area on Carrington and Halifax Streets. You can’t drive from Regent Street North to Regent Street South, but there is a path for access on foot if you park on Carrington St.