Events

Jia Jia Chen and Claire Lehmann, ‘But First We Eat’

Schoolhouse Studio’s presents: ‘But First We Eat’ by Jia Jia Chen and Claire Lehmann Thursday 14th March – Thursday 4th April 2019 Open Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 3pm. Closing Event: Thursday 4th April 6 – 8pm   How can design shape the future?   In this age of digital hyper-connectivity and increasing social isolation [Read More]

Edwina Atkins, ‘A Quarter Acre’ exhibition

Schoolhouse Studios presents: ‘A Quarter Acre’ by Edwina Atkins Thursday 14th February 2019 – Thursday 7th March 2019 Opening event: Thursday 14th February 6pm – 8pm  Exhibition open Mon – Fri 9am to 3pm daily The subject matter of my paintings is Australian suburban backyards. The idea behind the show is to highlight the simple [Read More]

Unknown Man Clasps Hand From Cloud Exhibition & Zine Launch

Schoolhouse Studios presents:   Unknown Man Clasps Hand From Cloud Exhibition   Unknown Man Clasps Hand From Cloud burst into life on October 2015, as a response to the domestic tumult endured by its creators, two people raising their three children. It chronicles the minutia of their lives from the tedious to the overwhelming as [Read More]

Rectilinear Julia Dunne Exhibition

Schoolhouse Studios presents: rectilinear  Julia Dunne Exhibition Opening Event: Thursday 15th November, 6pm onwards at SHS 81 Rupert St, Collingwood Exhibition dates: 15th – 20th November Gallery open 9am – 3pm Monday to Friday or by appointment have you ever found yourself wondering at the magnificent complexity of things. staring deeply into the bright light [Read More]

Students of Sustainability X Accidental Discharge Exhibition

Students of Sustainability and Accidental Discharge — Art X Auction Fundraiser Opening Event: Saturday 10th November, 6pm onwards at SHS 81 Rupert St, Collingwood. Students of Sustainability and Accidental Discharge have teamed up to present a one night live art auction featuring an incredible array of Australian based artists. All funds will go towards next [Read More]

The Lighthouse Foundation Young Peoples Art Show

Schoolhouse Studios presents The Lighthouse Foundation Young People’s Art Show   Schoolhouse Studios acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which Schoolhouse Studios resides, and respectfully acknowledges Elders, both past, present and future of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation. Sovereignty was never ceded.

‘We Are Our Grandmothers – DjapWurrung Blood Memory’ Exhibition

Schoolhouse Studios presents: We Are Our Grandmothers – DjapWurrung Blood Memory Honouring our matriarchal laws through our love and respect for Djap Wurrung country, revealing the deep connectedness of blood memory to land, water and totems. All hail the Wurrung of Matriarchal bloodline laws! Direct blak matriarchal bloodlines are of unbroken strength of grandmothers from [Read More]

‘It’s called, Survival’ Charlotte Allingham Exhibition

Schoolhouse Studios presents:   ‘It’s called, Survival’   Exhibition by Charlotte Allingham  Long Division Main Gallery          It’s called, Survival focuses on the exploration of the ways in which Blak Women experience ‘self’ love through the act of protecting and resisting every day. In both current landscapes and structurally oppressing environments.  — [Read More]

Isabella Kottek & Marina Breit Exhibition

Schoolhouse Studios presents: Isabella Kottek (Long Division Main Gallery) Filling In ‘Filling in’ responds to art theory that once compared the female body to landscapes. This series is the second of a three-part project that celebrates women in history who were active in shaping their surroundings, rather than appearing passive and subjected to the male [Read More]

Playtime

Join the cool kids at Schoolhouse Studios for an all-ages, family-friendly day gig. With live performances by and for young people, art workshops, dancing and DJ’s, this event promotes accessibility, community and the universal nature of music and play. Featuring performances by Fitzroy Clubhouse royalty Girl Zone and YSB, Pete & Max, Oliver Mann’s ‘Storytime’, [Read More]