Discover Advantage Road, Highett, home to a thriving community of artists and makers in Bayside. They’re inviting you into their creative spaces during the Advantage Road Open Studio event.
You’ll see fascinating demonstrations by painters, printmakers, textile artists, milliners, ceramicists, sculptors and more. There will also be food by Limoncello and beverages by Bad Shepherd Brewing Co., entertainment and creative fun for the kids.
Altmann Studio Gallery, 5/15 Advantage Road
Brons Art, 6/231 Bay Road, Sandringham (at the start of Advantage Road)
Bayside Sculpture, 16B Advantage Rd
Urban Clay, Unit 2/37 Advantage Road
Không Nói Quartet
Formed by vocalist and Dan Tranh player Maggie Mai, the Không Nói Quartet blurs the lines between old and new by adding a contemporary personality to the traditional folk music of Vietnam.
Enjoy the nostalgic sounds of Bluegrass, Western Swing and Ragtime tunes with Melbourne-based group Front Porch.
The vibrant 24 year old clocked over 55,000 Spotify streams and added to rotation on Triple J Unearthed, ‘Better Place’ reached a huge audience in Australia and abroad, where the single placed on independent radio stations in London, and features on US label compilation Heard Well Electronic Volume 1. Having sold out her single launch, supported breakthrough Aussie artist G Flip on her sold out Australian tour this year, as well as stepping onto the stage at AAMI Park as part of this year’s NRL finals entertainment program, Kezra’s sound and style is one that is becoming noticed by many.
Sunday 8 September, 11am-3pm
Advantage Road, Highett
This event is proudly supported by Bayside City Council.
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Image: Rebecca Withington working at her Advantage Road studio, Urban Clay. Photography: Suzi Appel Photography