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Sunday, December 27, 2009
There was an article and photo in the Ipswich News on Thursday 24 December. Thanks to everyone at the Ipswich News for supporting us!
Sunday, December 20, 2009
We had an article published in the QT on Friday 18 December about our Transforming Spaces Project. The QT also mentioned us in the 10 things to do in Ipswich section in the Saturday edition - we were number 3 on the list! Thanks again QT for supporting us!
We now have available the new cd for Ipswich band 111 titled IF NOT NOW WHEN...?
111 have played extensively in Ipswich and Brisbane venues and for only $12 you can experience the fusion of pop, rock, punk and alternative in the privacy of your own home.
Due to holidays we are only open this week on Wednesday 23 December 9am-4pm. We are at 175 Brisbane Street, Ipswich.
Sunday, December 13, 2009
The SWICH Contemporary Art Space at 175 Brisbane Street, Ipswich is having an art sale today.
Ipswich Art Cards on sale today only - 4 for $10 (normally $3.50) each.
15% off all original artworks on display in the Cactus Espresso Bar - Ipswich: Historical Contemporary Vibrant by local photographic artist LeAnne Vincent.
Also available autographed copies of childrens books by Toni Risson - Licking Lizards $10 and Batty Business $15. These are fabulous adventure stories set in Ipswich!
Only 4 autographed copies of art book Gleaner or Gladiator: the struggle to create by local artist Lyne Marshall.
We also have an exhibition, Transforming Spaces No.1 featuring local contemporary artists Lyne Marshall, Donna Davis, Charmaine Davis, Kate Roberts, Allan Saunderson and LeAnne Vincent.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
We were lucky enough to be offered the vacant space, where the Gemutlich Kichenwares used to be to transform into an art space for December 2009 until mid-January 2010. Thanks so much Jim & Diana (Gemutlich has now moved to the Ipswich Mall).
We have been busily sourcing art works from local contemporary artists and are currently preparing the space for the display. The artists that will be displaying their work include Charmaine Davis, Kate Roberts, Donna Davis and Allan Saunderson.
The space will open to the public on Saturday 5 December 2009 and all the artworks are for sale. We are right next to the Cactus Espresso Bar, 173 Brisbane Street, Ipswich so drop in this weekend for a great coffee or yummy brunch and take in some art at the same time!
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Are you on Facebook? You can now join the new Facebook group titled The SWICH Contemporary Art Space. We will be posting upcoming events, exhibitions and artworks. We also have a discussion board where you can join in and discuss anything art related. Just click here.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
This article was published in the QT on Monday 12 October 2009 to promote the Photographic Art Exhibition of LeAnne Vincent. Thanks for your support QT.
Monday, October 19, 2009
New works by photographic artist LeAnne Vincent are on display at the Cactus Espresso Bar at 173 Brisbane Street, Ipswich from 21 October until 31 December 2009.
The series is titled Ipswich: Historical, Contemporary, Vibrant and is based on the Ipswich CBD and Top of Town precinct.
All works are for sale and can be purchased by contacting LeAnne Vincent on 0439 647 445 or email email@example.com. LeAnne also does commissioned photographic artworks and portraits.
Friday, August 7, 2009
Thursday, July 30, 2009
We recently launched the Ipswich Art Cards at Handmade Heaven in the Old Flour Mill, Top of Town. There are 5 designs in the current range that feature my photographic artworks. All the images in this range were captured around the CBD and Top of Town precincts and are taken from various series I'm currently completing including - Rooftops and Swichscapes.
These cards are now also available at the Ipswich Visitor Information Centre at 14 Queen Victoria Parade, Ipswich. They are a greeting style card with plenty of space inside for writing all your exciting Ipswich news and they come packaged with an envelope.
The cards are a fab way to keep in contact with friends and family, interstate or overseas and are a perfect addition to gift giving.