After the success of our Christmas Pop Up shop, we’ve decided to trial a monthly Saturday Pop up shop in Brisbane.
We’ve decided to hold our first ever pop up shop in Brisbane over the next few nights in the lead up to Christmas Day.
Just a quick announcement to let you know that the shop is back online after our weekend in Sydney. We don’t have all of our stock listed – you’ll notice the proppaNOW shirts are missing. They’re currently in transit from Sydney and will arrive in a little while.
We had a great time at the MCA on Friday evening. We met a lot of new faces who hadn’t heard of the proppaNOW artists before.
Just a quick announcement to let you know that we’ve taken the shop offline for a week as we both rebuild the old website and pack up our shirts and head to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney for the annual Christmas MCA ArtBar.
We’ll be back home very late on Tuesday evening, and we’ll spend all day Wednesday updating the website’s inventory and getting the shop back online.
Well it is that time of the year when our shirts are in high demand! This year we had a couple of events later in the year than usual, so this has also depleted our stocks. Despite this you can order Australia Drive It Like You Stole It and I See Deadly People on BACKORDER until 21 December.
Dark+Disturbing’s is always described as “a curatorial project by Vernon Ah Kee”. Until now, the only activity our audience has seen is the tshirts we have sold at a few Aboriginal art events and online. However, on Thursday last week, our second official D+D activity was launched – Gordon Hookey for proppaNOW at Cairns Indigenous Art Fair 2015.
Our mini-gallery at Cairns Indigenous Art Fair is almost ready. Tomorrow is opening day, with the Art Fair starting properly on Friday.