In the lead up to ROVE the Mount Pleasant art walk coming up on September 30th we are going to introduce to you to some of the artists, galleries and curated spaces that will be taking part! Today we are excited to share that The James Black Gallery is going to be on the ROVE map for the very first time.
The James Black Gallery is dedicated to artists showing their work without having to pay a percentage out to the gallery. Artists-in-residence show their work, curate, and run the space. The JBG is located in a heritage building in Mount Pleasant (est. 1889) and their focus is to provide emerging artists a location in which they can practice presentation and experiment with ideas.
Artists whose work you can view at this location are Neil Manchon, Zandi Dandizette, Mason Hamilton, Tessa Reed, Nisha Platzer, Misery and Echo (Latex Honey Glove), Julia Iredale, Eden Cooke, Michael Karmel and Noemi Biel.
ROVE with us on Friday, September 30th from 6pm to 10pm and then party with us at the ROVE after party at the The Projection Room starting at 10pm until late! RSVP here