On this episode of the Scenery Mateo and Ryan caught up with Brigid Noone and Ben Leslie of new artist studio Fontanelle, Jane Howard also dropped by to give her post festival critique, and John Dexter hit the streets to find out people’s thoughts on post festival Adelaide.
Fontanelle is the work of a group of like minded Adelaide artists, lead by the tireless Brigid Noone of FELT Space fame. The conspicuous new Bowden landmark is a new artist studio and gallery, compromising of work spaces, a dark room, and installation space. Fontanelle is run by a committe of artists and directed by Brigid, who intend to provide a welcoming and open creative environment for the resident artists, as well as the wider community.
Mateo and Ryan spoke with Brigid, as well as committee member Ben Leslie.
Fontanelle’s grand opening was held on Sunday April 1st. The exhibition Sensation Seekers runs from now, right up until April 29th, so get down and support your local art gallery.
So the Fringe and the Festival are long gone. John Dexterity hit the streets to find out what you thought all about it.
We dragged the poor Jane Howard from her exhaustion coma and into Scenery Studios to give her post festival analysis.