New retail collective for Perth artists

1st of August, 2017

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Gemma Sidney
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Join us on 8 August at Paper Mountain to find out more about Artist Retail Collective Inc. (ARC), an exciting new not-for-profit social enterprise offering artists the opportunity to turn their work into a thriving business.
WHAT | ARC info session
WHEN | Tuesday 8 August, 6pm-7pm
WHERE | Paper Mountain, 267 William Street, Northbridge
RSVP | / 0411 548 964

ARC will operate out of a spacious building in Armadale’s historic Jull Street Mall, with the ARC café to be developed in the space next door – setting the area up to be a hub for artists and arts lovers alike!

ARC will contain a shop where artists can display and sell their wares, as well as a gallery, workshop space and meeting point for artists. ARC will provide its members with extensive marketing support, business workshops with a focus on sustainability, as well as various networking opportunities.

Visual artists across all mediums, fashion designers, photographers, publishers and writers are invited to attend this info session at Paper Mountain to find out how they can be part of ARC.

Charlene O'Brien, businesswoman, eco-fashion designer at Cob Designs and social entrepreneur, is the driving force behind ARC, and will be hosting the session. Charlene returned recently from representing Australia at the Global Sustainable Fashion Week in Budapest.

ARC will open in October 2017, and sets out to promote and profile WA artists, provide opportunities for the community to learn and experience local art and artists, establish an environment where artists can effectively display and sell their work, and enable greater cultural activation of Armadale’s Jull Street Mall.