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TEN MORE GIRLS

The Ten More Girls collective is an internationally faceted group of female artists who believe that they can make the world go round by creating beautiful & unique jewellery & objects. wearable art. The collective consists of ten female designers and makers who met while studying at the Design Centre Enmore and who are committed to exhibiting every year to promote and nurture the medium in their local community and beyond. Having steadily built a buzz around their work in their previous shows, Girls for Boys 2008 and Girls Against Gold 2009, the girls continue to explore contemporary themes and are exhibiting Girls Around the World at the recently relocated Gaffa Gallery in its stunning new home, a heritage listed 3 story building on 281 Clarence Street in the CBD. This years’ theme Girls Around the World reflects the group’s interest in diverse cultures, their love of travel and issues such as globalization, international politics, the environment & human rights. Their stories, expressed through wearable artworks will be fabricated from contemporary and traditional materials and promise to challenge perceptions and capture the imagination. The exhibition’s opening night is Thursday the 9th September at Gaffa Gallery from 6-8pm and will be open daily until the 21st of September. An added bonus for gallery visitors will be a Meet the Maker event to be held on Saturday 18th of September from 2pm. The Ten More Girls collective consists of the following participants: Majella Beck, Jenny Daskalakis, Andrea Iglesias, Nikki Majajas, Natasha Marcus-Taylo,r Jasmine Matus, A Mi Kim, Radka Passianova, Bernadette Trainor, Janis Valdivia
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