The Stairwell Gallery welcomes some of COFA’s finest!

Hello and welcome back to the Absolut Stairwell Gallery Blog.

This month we have an extra special showcase of young talent for you!

For the last 12 months the Absolut Stairwell Gallery has prided itself on showcasing the finest emerging/young talent that sydney has to offer.

And this month is no different.

The ABSOLUT Stairwell Gallery for its next exhibition is pleased to announce the launch of ‘COFA KIDS. An exhibition of work from Sydney’s greatest laboratory of emerging creative talent,  The College of Fine Arts (COFA).

The Stairwell Gallery is taking these students work straight for the workshops, classrooms, bedrooms, garages and pyche’s that they were created and into the public space for all to see and enjoy.

Featuring works by John-Ernest Dinamarca, Mitchell Ford, Joel Gibson, William Giovas, Michael Gunadi, Jimmy Le, Nick Swann and Jessica Thompson. This is the first time a group of COFA students have done a group exhibition outside of the COFA gallery spaces and this will surely be a show not to be missed

Below we have put together a visual tasting plate of some of the artists to wet your appetite for the forthcoming show on Sep 30th.

And here comes the vital social specs we all need to know…

Who: COFA Kids

What: Absolut Stairwell Gallery Exhibition

When: September 30th – Doors open 6pm event will continue till 9pm but feel free to stick around and have some drinks and buy so amazing works from these talented young students

Where: The Sugarmill, in Kings Cross on Darlinghurst Road (next to Macdonalds)

Why: Great new pieces from young talented Sydney artists, complimentary drinks on arrivals plus some canapes will be floating around as well.

We hope to see you there on September 30th!



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