Showcased: Ashleigh Mills, an upcoming graphic design student.
Upcoming Sydney artists deserve a cheer. RAW has a visionary outlook for the year.
I'd heard of RAW and it's true that I first imagined wild cats running through a jungle. Katy Perry style.
But RAW is an important indie arts organisation for artists, by artists. What they do is put on a wild show for one night, a 'creative explosion' that the adult attendees may or may not be able to handle.
At the core is the talent, and by gosh there's a lot out there. However, they all approach RAW in different ways, whether they're silent makeup artists focused upon doing their thing, or based in front of their market stalls set up to create lasting impressions among peers and attendees.
Tickets were $16.50( bf) via pre sale or $20 (cash only) on the door. 18 plus event only.
When purchasing tickets online you can actively shoutout to your fave artist and show them some love by selecting them from a drop down box.
The following talents were on show:
Lola & Siobhan
Lani de Beer
Seray's Photography display.
Seray's Photography John Lechner
Makeup by Anneke
Marbelling resin is Jessica Jones' passion.
Menzies Art display.
Hayley Zena Jamieson
Katarina's Illustration has just the right amount of whimsy.
Katarina Stapic Illustration
Unreal experience with Wilson Arbis' art.
Wilson Arbis Art
Annie Lim's beautiful display was greatly admired.
Lucy Prior's work was an instant hit in the foyer.
Metalhead Jewellery offered a point of difference amongst RAW artists. Handmade, non vanilla jewellery alert!