Due to COVID, a few of the artworks from this exhibition are available on display in our cafe.
Face2face Co-Creations Series 5
INSTABILITY THROUGH ISOLATION
Face2Face is a series of collaborative works, painted by two artists from different cultural backgrounds teaming up to explore and share their chosen theme. The month of July delves into the theme of ‘Instability Through Isolation’ featuring
Batoul Ahmad & Erin Haywood
Thursday 22nd July 6pm - 8pm
Batoul was inspired to draw by her Dad at a very young age, who drew portraits of her Mum. With such a flair and enthusiasm for drawing as a kid, her parents decided to make it their mission to always supply Batoul with colours and sketchbooks.
Read Batoul's full bio here.
Born and raised in Melbourne’s inner CBD, Erin Haywood is a 26 year old artist who has been drawing since she was a child. With two parents working full time, she spent most of her time with her grandmother at her gallery, who together with many aunties, encouraged Erin to fully embody the colourful lifestyle of an artist.
Read Erin's full bio here.
Kindly funded by Helen Macpherson Smith Trust and supported by City of Port Phillip
Proudly supporting local artists and our art community
TUES – FRI 10am - 5pm, SAT 10am - 2pm
ArtSpace @ Space2b Social Design,
144 Chapel St, Balaclava