Left: Annika Kafcaloudis. Right: Katie Eraser. Both works will be for sale and on display at ARISE.

An Epic Art Exhibition + Fundraiser Featuring Thirteen Local Artists

Minimum Wines brings together Mia Boe, Amalia Keefer, Charlotte Alldis + ten others for ARISE, an exhibition and art auction to raise funds for Asylum Seekers Resource Centre.

Sasha Gattermayr
10th of November 2021

If the last 18 months has taught us anything, it’s that communities come together in times of crisis. Couple that with the incredible creative talent bursting forth, and you have a formidable force for change. 

ARISE is a new exhibition presented by Minimum Wines and Oigåll Projects that brings together 13 incredible Australian artists to raise funds for the Asylum Seekers Resource Centre. From November 12th – 14th, donated artworks by Mia Boe, Amalia Keefer, Annika Kafcaloudis, Katie Eraser, Charlotte Alldis, Ami Morris, Anu Kumar, Lucy Anderson, Lauren Haynes, Abbey Rich, Sarah Pannell, Meg Kelso and Lauren Winzer will be on display at the Oigåll Projects space on Gertrude Street. Such an amazing lineup!

The exhibition will be accompanied by a public auction via Minimum’s Instagram account, where proceeds from the sale of each work will be donated to ASRC to support programs such as Wise Women Sisterhood Journey that empowers women seeking asylum to realise their professional and personal dreams.

In addition to the exhibition, Minimum Wines has released a new rosé named The Teller of Tomorrow, featuring label art by Katie Eraser. One dollar from the sale of each bottle will also be donated to ASRC alongside the proceeds of the exhibition. 

We love this creative community-based initiative!

Saturday November 12th — Monday November, 14th
10.30am – 4pm

Oigåll Projects
122 Gertrude Street
Fitzroy, 3065

The public auction will be activated on the Minimum Instagram account here and will run for the duration of the exhibition. 

Supported by Minimum Wines

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