RAW Adelaide: PARAMOUNT strikes again with the most diverse pollination of artists, photographers, musicians, fashion and film. Held at the Producers Bar, twenty-eight creatives showcased their talent through the indie arts organisation RAW - created by artists, for artists.
Incase you haven’t heard about event, RAW: natural born artists is an international arts organisation that shines a spot light on up-and-coming artists to the public. Working within the first 10 years of an artist’s career, RAW assists with providing artists the tools, resources and exposure they need.
Open from 7:00pm, there was no lack of enthusiasm from the Adelaide public as The Producers Bar was bursting at the seams. As you entered the bustling hub of local talent there was nothing but smiles, as every art enthusiast’s work displayed exceeded expectations.
Artwork was displayed in many different forms throughout the space, as RAW Adelaide aims to support as much variation as possible. As you turned each corner, you’d find something different with displays ranging from greeting cards and charcoal drawings, to photography, light exposure images, detailed pen and pencil drawings and jewellery.
Presented in unconventional forms, artwork was splashed throughout the bar, each with their own unique touch; walls were covered with artwork hung from fencing materials, the floor acted as a fantastic space for varied pieces and hair and fashion was showcased through parades throughout the night. Other work was displayed as body art on the back and/or face of models, and performed through dance and acoustic music.
If you missed out on RAW Adelaide this month, look out for their next showcase as they hand-select another 30 (aprox.) artists every second month. Have a look at our Gallery here!
Header-image taken by Wade Whitington. All other images by Brittany Evins
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