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withflaws. issue 9 launch!

withflaws. issue 9 launch poster- A3

Issue 9 is ready to roll and will be released on the 20th of February. Join us to celebrate a new year, new issue and a new section; creative writing!To entertain us there will be a number of bands performing from 6pm- 10pm in Winn Lane, just in front of Atavist Books.

Bands include:
KILL FRANK- Emo rap without a facebook page. Will blow your mind.
LOW SEASON-https://www.facebook.com/lowseasonmusic
WOOLPIT- https://www.facebook.com/Woolpit
MAKEOUT CREEK-https://www.facebook.com/MakeoutCreek

More goodies to be announced soon!

Join the facebook event page HERE to keep up to date.
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Light Sensitive

Light Sensitive

Southside Tea Room is one of the pioneering cafes that are making Brisbane suburbs livable and loveable again. If pro coffee, cake, chips and dip, a cocktail or home made ice blocks enjoyed in a ‘so kitschy it’s good’ setting, hasn’t been reason enough to make your way to Morningside, then the opening night of Light Sensitive, Southside Tearoom’s first photography showcase should be!

Lucinda Wolber is curating another show for the café owned and run by Patience Hodgson and John Patterson of indie rock fame, The Grates. An artist in her own right, Lucy has once again channeled her creativity to deliver a sophisticated exhibit of engaging imagery from eight Brisbane photographers.

Lawrence Arnold

Lawrence Arnold

Being lucky enough to steal a sneak peak of the works that will be on display and for sale  – you will be won over by the eclectic mix of talent on show.

Exploring the concept of identity through figurative narratives, photographers Dominique Elliot, Elisabeth Willis, Hamish Lang, Chris Proud, Lawrie Van Hoff, Brendon Grove, Lawrence Arnold and Pierce Eldridge have captured their personal interpretation of the subject matter, each with their unique approach to their art form.

Elisabeth Willis

Elisabeth Willis

Join us this Friday the 2nd of August from 6pm for a stellar opening night event.

Even though your GPS might have to spell out Wynnum Road because the word is so foreign, it’s actually just around the bend from Wooloongabba.

The duration of the show will run for 2 weeks and is not to be missed.

Light Sensitive

Photography exhibition curated by Lucinda Wolber

Facebook Event

Opening night 6pm

Friday 2nd August 2013

Southside Tearoom

639 Wynnum Road, Morningside

WORDS by ALEX WINTERS