About the 2019 BSA Project Space Fundraiser Exhibition: The Way We Were
This June we are celebrating five years of the BSA Project Space with a series of fine art prints by 12 artists who have exhibited with us over the years. All money raised will go towards the continuation of Project Space and helping keep costs down for exhibiting artists.
Artists offering their work for this limited-edition print run include Michael Cusack, James Guppy, Alex Hudson, Diana Miller, Travis Paterson, Sabine Pick, Dale Rhodes, Maggie Schreiber, Emma Walker, Amber Wallis, Christine Willcocks, and Greer Versteeg. Prints went on sale Friday 21 June and will be aviable until sold out. As there are only 7 prints in each edition, get in early to avoid disappointment!
If you would like to purchase a prints contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org Make sure you include ‘Fundraiser’ in the subject line and let us know which print or prints you would like to purchase, and we will send you payments details.
Fine Art Printing by Rob Scott-Mitchell, courtesy of Lindy Lee Artistic Productions Pty. Ltd.
Big thank you to: all the artists for gifting their images or original artworks for this fundraiser: Lisa Arronis, Lucille Atkins, Michael Cusack, Karina Elias, James Guppy, Alex Hudson, Diana Miller, Travis Paterson, Sabine Pick, Dale Rhodes, Rob Scott-Mitchell, Maggie Schreiber, Emma Walker, Amber Wallis, Christine Willcocks & Greer Versteeg; to Rob Scott-Mitchell, courtesy of Lindy Lee Artistic Productions Pty Ltd, for Fine Art Printing; Tony Dennis for the framing and John Kotlarczyk for the hanging system; to all the passionate people at Baker & Daughters, Splendour in the Grass, Byron Writers Festival, Stone & Wood and the Bucha of Byron; to Allira Cornell and Suryo Cunningham for their ongoing support; to the BSA team for bringing it all together including Jo Petrou, Michelle Eabry, Travis Paterson, Christine Willcocks, & Meredith Cusack, thanks to SJ for opening nights; and of course a big thank you to all the artists who have shown in the space over the years, and to the wider community for their continual support.