THE F WORD 2019 – Wednesday October 5 – 6pm to 9pm – 2019
Trocadero Art Space is thrilled to present ‘the “F” word’, our annual fundraising event. In celebration, we are hosting an exhibition with a selection of works by our past and future exhibitors. Join us for our most anticipated fundraiser yet!
All funds raised from the sale of artwork, raffle tickets, drinks and donations will contribute directly to the flourishing of Trocadero in 2020. We encourage everyone to pop in, enjoy a drink, get to know our community of artists and – if the stars align – take the rare opportunity to purchase one of their works.
For nearly 15 years Trocadero has been a non-profit art space run by a dedicated committee of volunteer artists and arts workers. Trocadero strives to provide a safe and engaging environment for artists to exhibit in.
Trocadero Art Space gratefully acknowledges our generous supporters as well all our participating artists.
Hello friends of Trocadero, please find a digital copy of the catalogue here.
(Or click the image above)
Design and branding by Liz Cameron
Photography: Kim Sachs & April Chandler
Trocadero Art Space gratefully acknowledges our generous supporters as well as all our participating artists.
THE F WORD 2019
Aaron Billings, Adele Kava, Aleisha Earp, April Chandler, Benjamin Baker, Blake Lawrence, Caoife Power, Charles Lemire, Michelle Chi Kong, Cristal Johnson, David Lowe, Emma Berry & Liv Moriarty, Grace Stuart, Hayley Millar-Baker, Jemima Gale, Josh Hattam, Josh Starick, Juan Rodriguez, Karen Quintal-Franssen, Kate Wallace, Lara Chamas, Lisa Radford, Larissa MacFarlane, Narinda Cook, Natalie Trofimuk, Nicholas Burridge, Nick Archer & Violet MacDonald, Nick Mullaly, Penny Walker-Keefe, Rachel Morley, Ro Noonan, Sophie Fox, and Zara Sully.
Trocadero Art Space
Suite 1, Level 1/119 Hopkins St, Footscray 3011
Opening hours: 12pm – 5pm | Wednesday – Saturday
We acknowledge that we are on the traditional lands of the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people. We offer our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
1/119 Hopkins Street is not wheelchair accessible. Please contact us to discuss any accessibility needs.