Providing a night of varied art and music, The Fitzroy Art Collective is proud to host three solo shows by TomboyBill, Ann Marie Duane and Jack G. Kennedy this Friday, 10 January with an additional live DJ set by HOWIE (Matt Willicombe).

Featuring the artwork of Tomboy Bill, whose work is an exploration of life, Ann Marie Duane, who has a meticulous attention to detail and Jack G Kennedy whose 'Grotesque Shapes of Bigotry' attempt to capture the horrid nature of many of the world's deplorable human beings,the show attempts to display the varied talents in the Fitzroy Art Collective.

Beginning at 6pm, the exhibition will have a bar and snacks available and have the '1st instalment' music on, providing an eclectic, electronic mix at HOWIE’s Melbourne debut. Howie's debut will start with a downtempo selection of left-field electronica and a few jazzy numbers, with the tempo progressively rising to finish with a blend of psychedelic and tribal beats with a  little drum & bass thrown in.

Certain to exhibits works with distinctive character, make sure to check out the The Scribblers Art Exhibition this January!


Opening: Friday 10 January

Dates: 8 - 22 January, 2020

Location: The Fitzroy Art Collective - 66 Cecil St, Fitzroy VIC 3065

Fitzroy Art Collective Website