Redbubble's Made in House Pop-Up Exhibition 6 -24 July Melbourne

Published by: Redbubble | 27-Jun-2016
Redbubble, the worlds largest online creative marketplace is hosting its third bi-annual Made in House Pop-Up Shop exhibition at Melbournes Federation Squares No Vacancy Gallery from Wednesday 6 July. The exhibition will showcase the works of  Kelly Gilleran, Ruta Dumalakaite and Freshinkstain. as part of their Residency program. Dedicated to nurturing artistic talent, Redbubbles Artist in Residence six month program grants the artists from Australia and across the world the chance to advance their creative skills through intensive practice and active collaboration. Hosted at Redbubble's Collins Street Studios, the artists developed their skills and collaborated on work to lead up to the  final exhibition at No Vacancy Project Space. All artwork (including originals) featured in the Made In House pop-up shop will be available for purchase in store and online.
Venue: Tenancy 32, The Atrium
Address: Federation Square, Melbourne 3000
Date: July 6 - 24
Time: 6pm until 7pm (media) and 7pm until 9pm (public)
Ticket: Free
Made in House, was created to showcase Redbubble's Artist in Residence program, a six month grant which supports artists from Australia and across the world, to give them the chance to advance their creative skills through intensive practice and active collaboration. This is the first Made in House exhibition, which features international artists from the US, Italy and Lithuania following Made in House opening the program up to international artists.

Redbubble, was launched by Melbourne born Co Founder and CEO Martin Hosking, (previously a diplomat now democratising art) to support artists sell work internationally. After nine years Redbubble now has over 450,000 artists globally (has also just gone to IPO) and allows customers to buy artists artwork on a range of merchandise through mass customisation.

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