Do you love Disney songs? Do you also love live performers?! Then this is the perfect night out for you! Come along to see a selection of Brisbane’s finest performers bringing your childhood classics to life! For one night only, all of your dreams can come true, when you wish upon a gala!

Local musician ‘Your Man Alex Smith’ is raising funds to record, produce, master, print and release his debut album and it is with the incredible amount of support that he has received already, along with yours that will make this possible.

WHEN: Saturday 8th June 2013, 7:00pm Doors Open, 7:30 Show Begins!

WHERE: The Chelmer Community Hall, Cnr Queenscroft & Halsbury Street, Chelmer. Brisbane, Australia.

Pre-Book (Pay at the door) – $10
On the Night - $15

The event is B.Y.O with a small donation required as a corkage fee! Soft drink will be available to buy at the event and water will be provided!

Not only will there be snacks being whipped up in the kitchen but local Brisbane businesses have donated some craft to be sold with the proceeds going towards the event.
There will also be Your Man Alex Smith T-Shirts available for purchase as well as his 'live at the Zoo’ album.

To pre-book and reserve your ticket for the reduced price of $10, send an email with your details to:

Know anyone else who you think would enjoy this? Just reblog this post or invite them to the facebook event page! The more the merrier!

Hope to see you all there!


Here’s one of my originals from ‘The World’s Greatest Gala’!

Hope you guys like it :D

Jordan Rakei "Groove Curse"

Jordan Rakei “Groove Curse”

An album is like the gateway inside an artists soul. It explains so much from beginning to end when you listen to it straight thru.-Bittersweet

Jordan Rakei is a singer/songwriter from Brisbane, Australia. Rakei debut EP Groove Curse via Soul Has No Tempo brings out so much…soul! The EP in it’s entirety has a great melody and groove to it that makes you want to continue listening to it over and…

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Transforming Tindale: In conversation with Michael Aird, Vernon Ah Kee and Louise Denoon, 2013

explicitly graphic

One year after their launch, the innovative art group Explicitly Graphic is putting together their second art event. This time, they’re bringing down the house at the White Canvas Gallery in the Fortitude Valley.

Evangeline Cachinero, Tiffany Atkin and Anita Pettinato formed the group last year with the aim to blur the boundaries between fine art and graphic design. Since emerging onto the scene last year, their art careers have seen a steep climb and they’re happy to take some time out to bring you a bigger and better show than last year. With the theme Double Entendre, the exhibition will continue to explore the concept of design as high art.

The three artists are heavily influenced by graphic design each in their own way. Evangeline is a graphic designer and a bit of a creative tornado, always being involved in various art projects. Her mixed media work is figurative, layered and expressive. Tiffany is a graphic designer and illustrator with a love of all things Japan. Her digital art has a sinister/schoolgirl edge and is printed on exciting new mediums. Anita is inspired by retro-pop design and her work “reflects the perfection of the human hand and inspires re-evaluating reliance on digital mediums.” Their art is very different but threaded together by a common love of all things design.

“At the Explicitly Graphic art event you can have a drink, score a goody bag, check out the kick-knack and the mish-mash walls, go into the draw to win one of three original art pieces, listen to some music by DJ Hoola and experience the alternative to an art exhibition.”

Opening Art Event
28 October 2011 from 6-10pm
White Canvas Gallery
26 Church Street, Fortitude Valley
Light refreshments will be served
All are invited to attend
Admission is $9 earlybird or $15 on the door
(tickets available at
Gallery opening hours are 11-4pm (closed wed)
The exhibition will run from 28 October to 2 November
Phone Evangeline on 0438412356 for more information