- Ray Coffey Fine Art Drawing with charcoal, 6 weeks commences Monday Feb 2, 7 – 9 pm
- Hand Painted lettering with frankandmimi, 6 classes commencing February 28
Visual art exhibitions
- 2 High Festival Jan 9 – 11
- Jugglers TAFE #2 Dip Fine Art Show Feb 27
- BREWSVEGAS March 22 – 28
- Shar Sarwari April 10
- Clayfield College “Inspired” May 28
- Jo Bone Aaron Micallef June 12
- Arwen Dyer June 26
- Andrea Breen/Glen Murray July 17
- Drawn from Life July 24
- Marie Ellis Prize for Drawing August 7
- MYSELF Portrait Prize September 4
- Emma Lestrange September 25
- QUT Window Displays October 2
- David Howard, Darryl Rogers October 9
PAINT IT RED SMALL GROUP, CHAMBER & JAZZ
March 6, April 17, June 19
*This is not an exclusive list and is liable to change
Checkout this new music video from WAAX! It was filmed right here at Jugglers Art Space.
Credits: Director / Motion Control / Visuals Animation / Editor / Post-production by Jaymis: http://jaymis.com
Graphic Design: Marie DeVita
31ST OCTOBER TO 9TH NOVEMBER 2014 THE SHED: 257 Macarthur Ave, Hamilton
An exhibition of artworks by artists-in-residence and special guests. Inspired by the Brisbane River at The Shed.
Artists Include: Joanna Bone, Peter Breen, Mel Davis, Joel Glazebrook, Paul Harris, Kay Lawrence, Matt Lockwood, Zoe Mary, Joy McDonald, Aaron Micallef, Rose Moxham, Jessica Row, Sha Sarwari, Vanessa Stanley, James Watts
Open Fridays from 6-9pm and Saturdays / Sundays from 9am-5pm.
Plus special events:
- Friday 31st October: Opening Night Event 6-9pm
- Sunday 2nd November: Life Drawing 5-7pm. $15 adult / $12 concession. Please pre-register by calling 07 3252 2552
- Saturday 8th November: White Silence Live Art Performance 5-8pm
- Sunday 9th November: Artist Talk 2-4pm
For more information visit: www.facebook.com/jugglersartspaceorg or www.jugglers.org.au or call 07 3252 2552
Jugglers is proud to have been invited to be the contract arts organisation by the Queensland Government for the #G20Cultural Pillars Street Art Project at Southbank [Brisbane]. Working with the local aboriginal community and elders, we have engaged artists Libby, Warraba, Guido van Helten [image above] Gus Eagleton, Fintan Magee, Mik Shida, Simon De Groot and Johnny Beer.
BARI (Brisbane Artist Run Initiatives) Festival is nearly here! Join us from the 9th to the19th of October for a series of exhibitions, artist talks and special events celebrating the diverse and innovative work of Brisbane based ARIs. The full program will be available on the BARI website
Gregg Greinke. Photo by Sheen Media.
An artist of exceptional talent and gone to soon. Our sympathy to his family, friends and work colleagues. He will be sadly missed. Jugglers is privileged to have known Gregg and celebrates him as the inaugural winner of the Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing .
People’s Choice Award Winner, Geoffrey Vagg, Family Reunion, 2014.
Honourable Mention, Matias Jakku, Quiet Anxiety, 2014.
Carolyn Mckenzie-Craig, The Truth About MIrrors, 2014.
Honourable Mention won by Matias Jakku with Quiet Anxiety, 2014.
We’re proud to celebrate the 5th year of the Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing directed by Holly Riding and Peter Breen.
Opening at 6pm, winners will be announced at 8pm and the chance to vote for the People’s Choice Award is optional on the night.
Supported by the Hopkins-Weise Family, the event is an annual exhibition held at Jugglers Art Space Inc. showcasing Australia’s most skilled artists through several mediums, specifically in the discipline of drawing.
When: 6pm Aug 1, 2014
Where: Jugglers Art Space 130 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley
Jugglers is pleased to announce a one night only solo exhibition of works by Gregg Greinke – Winner of the first Marie Ellis OAM Prize for drawing .
All works will be for sale and will include recent works on paper and canvas and unframed sketches.
Gregg Greinke is a Brisbane based artist with a signature drawing style. As the first winner of the Jugglers Art Space Inc Marie Elis OAM Prize for Drawing  Gregg’s work and style have become widely known for its evocative negative space as much as for the deep emotion in the representations of anatomical and relational imagery. Headless torsos belie the fact that his ability has progressed from beautiful facial portraits. That his practice for his current body of work tends to be simultaneous ambidextrous practice is even more remarkable.
Friday July 25, 6:00pm – 9:00pm