Yet again, the team at RAW have put on another great show, gathering together artists from Adelaide of all mediums. You name it, music, art, fashion photography and more were on display at The Producers bar on the East End. We thoroughly enjoyed frolicking through the displays of both dark and light hearted pieces of art, with a similar spectrum of photography on offer. This broad spectrum was particularly evident in the works of photographer Jessica Lee - Somewhat Damaged Photography.
Tunes for the night were provided by Oceans and Leaf & Stem who pulled off solid sets to a large crowd. Technically polished and emotionally charged, both acts should be commended for their performances and we look forward to seeing them around other Adelaide venues in future. Visual Art by Bay the Artist was both aesthetically pleasing and gorgeously complex. In fact, all artists displayed a wealth of talent and originality even if their mediums would be considered traditional.
To add to all of this, other worldly makeup was on show from a variety of makeup artists, along with fashion catwalks. Plenty of beverages on offer from The Producers ensured that we had as good a time as always, discovering yet more talent from our humble home.
For more information visit the links for each artist below or see if you were snapped in our gallery here!
VISUAL ART & ACCESSORIES
DLOU 23 [Dane Louis]
Photos taken by Ben Neale
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