Opening: Miso, Ghostpatrol & Sean Morris – ‘Short Stay’ Brisbane

Tomorrow night in Brisbane is the ‘Short Stay’ exhibition by Mild Manners Gallery, marking the culmination of a short term residency program that included Melbourne’s Ghostpatrol and Miso, Perth based Sean Morris and Brisbane publisher Small House Books. Each artist is showing new material and launching new publications by ‘Mild Material’ small run publication arm by Mild Manners and Small House Books.

Opening 6pm Thursday, October 31st
Current until November 2.
Fish Lane Studios – Level 2, Fox Hotel, Melbourne St. South Brisbane

Miso –

Ghostpatrol –

Sean Morris –

Opening: Achromatism Group show in Brisbane tonight.

Opening tonight as part of the Semi-Permanent Brisbane program is a killer group show Blake House Gallery. ‘Achromatism’ aims to showcase a body of work by Australian artists, challenged to produce works in Black and White. With a lineup including CJ Hendry, Mark Drew, Jesse Olsen, Ray Coffey, Keiron McMaster, Cezary Stulgis, Duncan Mattocks and Magnus McTavish

‘Achromatism’ opens tonight, Wednesday October 30 from 6pm.

Blake House Gallery
35 Adelaide St (Above Laced)
Brisbane City.



Opening: Stephen Mok ‘Face Facts’ TONIGHT – Brisbane

With the KOMA Project taking a short break, Mild Manners latest exhibition features new works by Brisbane painter Stephen Mok. Having last shown solo in late 2009 at the late Doggett St Studio, Mok has kept himself busy with commercial projects of late. More recently, with the exhibition itch to scratch, he is ready to show again.
‘Face Facts’ is a collection of simple, brightly coloured timber, cardboard and screenprint works that Mok is well known for.

See Mild Manners for more details.

Opening: Ray Coffey & Duncan Mattocks, Blake House Gallery, Brisbane.

Thoughts on Humans and other Animals is the new exhibition by two Brisbane painters Ray Coffey and Duncan Mattocks. Coffey has been making a name for himself over the past few years; as a finalist in a number of national art and drawing prizes. Mattocks on the other hand, has kept himself busy in the studio refining his work.

Opening night: 7pm, Friday August 30
Blake House Gallery

This exhibit will continue until September 14 as part of the Brisbane Fringe Festival program.