Write it in your diaries folks (or be ‘normal’ and put save it in your smartphone) RAW Adelaide’s next event, UPRISING, is coming up on December 11th. For those who may not have heard about RAW and what the organisation does, here’s a quick summary. They are an independent arts organisation, striving to broadcast local independent talent. This can range from make-up artists to musicians and pretty much anything in between. The RAW movement, which started in very humble beginnings in Los Angeles, has now made its way to over 70 cities all around the world, including an active presence in Adelaide.
The one night collectively filled with over 30 different artists will be held at The Producer’s Hotel in Adelaide’s CBD and is the final RAW Adelaide event for 2015. So far this year there has been five other RAW events which have all helped upcoming artists showcase their talent. UPRISING will bring together fashion designers, hairstylists, visual artists and whole lot more in a celebration of all thing’s Adelaide.
Start getting ready for an awesome night of works and performances of some of Adelaide’s most talented emerging artists. This is definitely an event you must check out.
WHO: Raw Adelaide: UPRISING
WHAT: An event showcasing a broad range of local independent Adelaide artists
WHERE: The Producer’s Hotel, 235 Grenfell St. Adelaide
WHEN: Friday, December 11th 7pm
PRICE: $20 presale, $25 at door
Header image via This Is Radelaide
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