Schoolhouse Studios Fundraising Exhibition 2018

Schoolhouse Studios presents the 2018 Fundraising Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: 7th September to 16th September

Exhibition Opening Preview: 5-6pm
Exhibition Opening: 6pm until late

Hours: Mon-Fri 9am to 3pm, Sat-Sun 12pm – 5pm

Schoolhouse studios is proud to present their fundraising exhibition – featuring new and exciting works by 51 Australian artists.

The exhibition runs Friday September 7th to Sunday 16th September with an opening celebration on Friday 7th September, from 6pm until late. At the opening celebration, we will formally be Welcomed with a Traditional Welcome to Country, followed by an Acknowledgment of Country.

The exhibition includes works donated by a broad range of emerging and established contemporary artists, with works available for sale in a wide range of mediums including photographs, silk cut prints, sculptural works and oil on linen. 50% of all sales will go directly to exhibiting artists.

A big thank you to all the 2018 participating artists who contribute generously to the Schoolhouse Studios community.


2018 Exhibiting Artists in the fundraiser:
Abigail Varney
Alex Cardy
Alice Hutchison
Angela Brennan
Annabelle Kingston
Annika Koops
Arika Waulu
Ash Perry
Benjamin Sexton
Beth Caird
Brendan Huntley
Briony Galligan
Caleb Shea
Catherine Tipping
Charlotte Allingham
Claudia Pharès
Colin Trechter
David Egan
Debris Facility
Elizabeth Barnett
Ella Sutherland
Emily Ferretti
Eugenia Lim
Grace Wood
Isabella Kotek
Isadora Vaughan
Jesse Willow-Tucker
Kalinda Vary
Kate Meakin
Kieren Seymour
Kiron Robinson
Kristin Wursthorn
Laith McGregor
Lucas Golding
Lucy Fahey
Luke King
Marina Breit
Mia McDonald
Nell Pearson
Oscar Perry
Parker Blain
Pat O’Brien
Raafat Ishak
Rafaela Pandolfini
Rob McHaffie
Tai Snaith
Timothy Hillier
this mob – Rhiannon Williams
Virginia Overell


Image Credit: Eugenia Lim “The Australian Ugliness (Vault with leg) photo by Tom Ross

Schoolhouse Studios acknowledges that it sits on the land of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Wurundjeri People and Elders, both past, present and future who are the Traditional Custodians and First Peoples of the land on which we will meet. Sovereignty of Country was never ceded.

Schoolhouse Studios is fully wheel-chair accessible, with an accessible bathroom. All Schoolhouse studios bathrooms are gender neutral.
Schoolhouse Studios
81 Rupert Street