Whether you're a complete beginner or looking to deepen your understanding of yoga, start your year off right with our beginners yoga workshop!

We’ll dive into the fundamentals of vinyasa yoga, a union of breath and movement used to strengthen and stretch the body and cultivate stillness and clarity in the mind.

Learn the basics, breathe and find your own practice.

9:30am-12:30pm Saturday 13th January 2018

$45 per person, ticket price includes snacks and tea and one FREE yoga class pass for Dreamstate Yoga, on most Thursday nights at BSIDE Gallery!


Jaspor Slim

Creeping Black is a collection of images that come from the dark zone of artist Jaspor Slim’s mind. At the core of the work is a nightmarish premonition of the end of a world. The pieces drift in and out from fleeting, enigmatic symbols that exist within our invisible landscape, to daemonic visitations that act as warning signs. Blending different elements of folklore, sci-fi and psychedelia, Slim hopes to draw the viewer’s focus to the muted concern of our impact on our surroundings.

The pursuit of happiness over all emotional realms has been a catalyst for the growing disconnection between ourselves and our planet. Systemic and personal greed suffocate our ecosystem and violate all life, leaving it in peril. Although our relationship with Earth has become more parasitical, it still has the potential to be symbiotic. This collection of works by Jaspor Slim illustrates the urgent need for a paradigm shift.

Join us for the opening of Creeping Black from 6-9pm on Friday 19th January 2018, proudly supported by Young Henrys!


New art by a group of gal pals

"We are a little bit older, hopefully stronger, wiser, smarter... more smart? Well, a little bit smarter.
Ten female, twenty-something year old artists (and whatever else we are calling ourselves nowadays) met in 2012 to study Fine Art at the Victorian College of the Arts. Each of us excited, ambitious & reasonably nervous studied together for three years then graduated.

Now three years since graduating we're collecting our thoughts and works, and like an art school "group tute" we present to one another as well as an audience what our art looks like now, and what conceptually drives our practices." - Tegan Iversen (Curator)

Featuring artworks by:

Anni Ruuskanen | April JY Kim | Cassandra Martin | Courtney Price | Freya Alexander Hayley Martin | Holly Gregory
Jess Milne | Phoebe Beard | Tegan Iversen

Join us at BSIDE Gallery for the opening night from 6-9pm on Friday 2nd February 2018, sponsored by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 31st January until Sunday 2nd February 2018.


Juan Rodriguez

Argentinian born, Melbourne based artist Juan Rodriguez Cuberes works with the control of a tattoo artist. But rather than wielding the pulses of an electromagnetic pen, his works take shape through the force, patience and coordination of his own vision and a felt tip pen.

What begin as singular indelible atoms, the artworks mutate over the course of weeks into his own reflections of mortal symbology, nature and music culture. Each of the works in Juan’s latest series celebrate the wild rides of life on canvas - not of flesh, but of wooden skateboard decks.

Join us for the opening of It's Just a Ride from 6-9pm on Friday 16th February, proudly supported by Young Henrys!

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 14th - Sunday 18th February 2018. For any sales enquiries please contact Gallery Manager Ariana Leane - info@bsidegallery.com


NSFW (Not Safe For Work)
Curated by Miss E

NSFW will feature artworks by 34 local artists in the form of paintings, drawings and digital artwork. Don’t bring your Nanna along to this one, NSFW is a group exhibition that will shock, appal, and excite. Exploring the notion that certain topics are not safe for work, these artists will delve into the depths of the socially inappropriate. With censorship inhibiting artistic expression more than ever, this show aims to tear down the walls and prompt discussion about all the nitty-gritty bits.

Featuring artworks by:
Amy E Owers, Andy Leaf, Annie Fox, Astrowitch, Balazova Black, Chris Costa, Clayton Barton, Carlita Loro, Fausto, Fickle Nellie, Flickarts, Gigi, Isolde, Jason Ebeyer, Jennifer Allnutt, Jessica Harris, Jess Southey, Juliette Claire, JuzPop, Kat Weir, KYLEKM, Kim Leutwyler, Kitty Chrystal, Lola Marvell, Mana Aghajary, Miss E, Mitchell Asquith, Nathalia Suizu, Pascale Garlinge, Polly Hollyoak, Sam Pea, serenekitchen, Susanna Sykes, Tayla Broekman.

Join us for the opening night from 6-9pm on Friday 2nd March, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition will run from Tuesday February 27th - Sunday 4th March 2018, for sales enquiries please contact Gallery Manager Ariana Leane info@bsidegallery.com


Glen Downey (Crisis)

A busy 2017 saw Glen Downey, who you may already be familiar with as CRISIS, working hard all over the east coast of Australia. Debuting at Melbourne’s BSIDE Gallery, and further developed later at Brisbane’s Culprit Club, Glen executed two highly successful solo exhibitions titled Ultra High Frequency (UHF), his crowd-sourced, live-process concept bringing the random input and suggestion from onlookers and followers to life into original artwork.

Returning to base at Melbourne’s irrepressible Arts Hole Studio during February, Glen turned off the time-lapse camera and went radio silent on the process to look inward for his latest solo show, Post Modern Life.

Post Modern Life looks at tradition and the ravenous culture of nostalgia as the foundation for modern expression. From the natural world to the Mushroom Kingdom, from ancient history to afternoon cartoons, we appropriate the familiar and rearrange it in new and unexpected ways as a lens to observe the world and exchange ideas with one another.

Post Modern Life takes this as the literal basis for its creative process, where influence, memory and nostalgia break down into a pulp that emerges as new expressions and observations of culture, life and the world. Each piece is executed on Dodgy Paper™ custom made from the pulp of Glen's early creative influences and each composition draws from the pulp, pop culture, history and the natural world reimagined into a fresh view of the world today.

Join us for the opening of Post Modern Life from 6-9pm on Friday 16th March, proudly supported by Young Henrys & 42 Below!

The exhibition runs from the 16th - 25th of March, for sales enquiries please contact Gallery Manager Ariana Leane - info@bsidegallery.com


Alexandra Lederman

"These roads have a defined direction of moving forward. To think about stopping or turning around on these roads seems unnatural. They have momentum and energy, yet they are contained and guarded by their surroundings. These roads are a visual representation of my mind. It can feel intimidating when thoughts are in a constant state of flux and a direction is sometimes un-clear. However, being able to take notice of the surrounding landscape, which protects and contains this moving path, can lead to feelings of control and safety.

The ability to explore, change, move, guess and grow, while knowing that you are protected. You can choose to be the driver, or a passenger on these roads. You can choose your direction or you can sit back and let things happen. The physical sensation of painting the road's movement acts as a tool for me to release thoughts or energy. The process of painting the surroundings help me to frame those thoughts and store them in an organised file.

This series has been influenced by Dr. Seuss- 'Oh, the Places You'll Go.'"
- Alexandra Lederman

Join us from 6-9pm on Friday 30th March (Good Friday) for the opening of Alexandra Lederman's latest solo exhibition Momentum, proudly sponsored by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition will run from Wednesday 28th March - Sunday 1st April, for any sales enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane - info@bsidegallery.com


Curated by Heesco & Silk Roy

Co-curated by Heesco & Sahil Silk Roy, Undercurrent II continues to seek out artists whose work challenges the norms of today's urban art realm.

"This is not a visually cohesive show - it is not about the finished artworks. Instead, it is about the creative process behind each of the works, it is about the studio practice of each artists, the solitary act of painting a canvas, and the thoughts and attitudes that form the conceptual link between each works. It is about establishing and defining a particular aesthetic, our ‘outsider’ approach to painting and art-making, independent from the popular paradigms.

Paintings are a product of a long process of problem-solving and decision-making. It is a visual language between the artist and the viewer, its vocabulary can vary from the simplest to the utmost complex, and the longer you keep up the conversation, the richer and more meaningful it becomes. Often minute and nuanced details emerge to take up important roles to shift and influence the very meaning behind the work itself. However, it is up to the participants, the artist and the viewers, to choose what level they wish to engage in. And to me, it is quite important to initiate such discourses which allow us to discover each other, share our ideas, knowledge and experiences. It helps us to create an environment where ideas can be nurtured and allowed to grow and progress through collective input and discussions. It ultimately helps us develop and refine our core values and establish the essential truths of our art practices as a community."

- Heesco

Featuring works by:
Bailer | Conrad Bizjak | Craig Cole | Dvate | Goodie | Christopher Hancock | Heesco | James Wilson | Ling | Makatron | Putos | Seb Fransz | Silk Roy

Join us for the opening on Friday the 13th from 6-9pm, proudly supported by Young Henrys! Enjoy a drink with us and immerse yourself in conversation.

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 11th - Sunday 15th April, for sales enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane info@bsidegallery.com


Joshua Thomas

Points of Contact presents a series of large black and white photographs depicting a distant and unresolved relationship between father and son, and the search for closure and rekindling.

In this exhibition project, Joshua Thomas explores the relationship between his father as a fighter and himself as an artist, photographing his sport as their shared communicative bond. His aim is to document the strong systemically implied values of traditional masculinity that many men abide by within their sport. This shared concept feeds into impressionable youth who look up to the older male figure, as they might a father, and adopt their values in order to please them.

Accompanying the large black and photos are a number of found photographs that have been given a new appropriation, aiding to the idea of complex relationships and the concept of ‘The Father’s Wound’ – the idea of an individual identifying with a certain mentally straining emotion when reflecting on one’s own father and son relationship.

Describing his work, Joshua Thomas says:

“I aim to draw out the complicated issues regarding a father and son’s relationship highlighting that there has been a long systematically inclined distance between them. The work’s intentions are to create a discussion on the idea of fatherhood in contemporary society, that there are more unique identities to be analysed within parenting than just what we are typically fed through mainstream media.”

Joshua Thomas is a recent graduate in photography and graphic design, with honours in photography, from the School of Communication and Creative Industries at Charles Sturt University. He was a finalist in the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards, exhibited in Germany and UK; and has also exhibited in photographic prizes at the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) and Hazelhurst Regional Gallery in Sydney.

Join us for the opening night on Friday the 18th of May from 6-9pm, proudly supported by Young Henrys! The exhibition will run until Sunday the 20th of May.


Curated by Alex Meagher

Artists Ophelia Sylvia, Coffinbirth, Alex Meagher, Mundane Death, and Kill Tom Hogan all suffer the insatiable feeling of always wanting more. They are consumed by selfish desires; trapped by their ideals of lust, perversion, self deprecation, sexuality, frustration and low brow.

Being satisfied is never attainable. The artists present this through various mediums woodblock prints, digital art, brush and ink, photography and acrylic paint.

Join us for the opening of Never Satisfied from 6-9pm on Friday the 25th of March, proudly supported by East 9th Brewing!


Curated by Jack Fran

This exhibition curated by Jack Franceschini is a contemporary urban take on the traditional art form of portraiture. Combining elements of abstraction and realism, muralists Whole9 (Simo & Hitch), Chloe Wilder, Gus Eagleton and Jack Fran present paintings that push the boundaries of current global measures and seeks to provide the viewer with an unexpected, inspiring take on urban art curation.

Join us for the opening of Post Portraiture this Friday the 1st of June from 6-9pm at BSIDE Gallery, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition is open for viewing from Wednesday the 30th of May until Sunday the 10th of June 2018.

For sales enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana - info@bsidegallery.com



‘The most valuable lesson my father taught me was to know when to walk, and when to clench both fists.’

Proudly presenting his debut solo show Adherence, Melbourne-based artist Dose explores a culture, people, and the evident blurred lines which orbit his world. Dose provides the viewer with an opportunity to experience his current environment in which remaining adherent becomes increasingly more paramount. Comprising of four tangible series of works utilising mixed media approaches on a multitude of surfaces, Adherence draws definitions between graffiti and art, required sub-cultural errands, anecdotal relationships, and an ode to a youthful memory.

Opening Friday 22nd June 6-9pm, BSIDE Gallery, proudly supported by Young Henrys, Ironlak, Union Heights, Boywolf, Dodgy Paper & Rush Photography.

Exhibition open for viewing Friday 22nd - Sunday 24th of June

About Dose

Having been based in Melbourne for the majority of his creative career, Dose has focused on providing technically sound and challenging works to the city's surfaces, whilst developing suited studio based practices. The culmination of both disciplines have given rise to Adherence.


Jono Gooley

Through oil paintings and a sculpture, Vertex Vortex examines the patterns and structures in nature that govern Earth and life; the Platonic solids, the Fibonacci sequence and the torus. Tracing these from micro through to macro, this series highlights the fundamental geometric arrangements that are being disregarded and destroyed.

Jono Gooley is a multidisciplinary artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Victorian College of the Arts. He has had five solo exhibitions and participated in various group shows within Melbourne. In 2017 Jono exhibited Vertex Vortex in Berlin. Earlier this year Jono was included in Sculpture at Scenic World, and Sculpture Otherwise at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.

Join us for the opening of Vertex Vortex from 6-9pm on Friday 6th July, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 4th - Sunday 8th July, for enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane - info@bsidegallery.com



A show about growing up in the world of 90's illustration, influence from surf, skate and inspiration from painting in the city.

Join us for the opening of ERA's solo exhibition 'Dawn of the Hand' on Freaky Friday the 13th from 6-9pm, proudly supported by East 9th Brewing, Dodgy Paper & Ironlak!

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 11th - Sunday 15th July, for sales enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane - info@bsidegallery.com


Artist Market

Artist + streetwear market featuring original art / prints / t-shirts / totes / pins / patches / streetwear / activewear / homewares

Bringing together a selection of creators to BSIDE Gallery across the last weekend of July, 10am - 6pm daily!

Sinch Fam
Pant Active
Badlands Brand
Toots McGee
No Fixed Address Gallery
NicTatt + Mark Alabakov
BSIDE Gallery Stockroom


Robbie Partington

A photographic series by Robbie Partington compiled over two years of working and travelling throughout North America. This exhibition seeks to explore life in some of the most remote regions across this part of the globe, as well as that of some of the busier towns and cities he visited.

Join us for the opening of Head North from 6-9pm on Friday the 3rd of August, proudly supported by Young Henrys!

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 1st - Sunday 5th August 2018



Speak On It is a new gathering that offers a supportive and safe space for artists to come together to discuss mental health through Hip Hop (rap or singing) and Spoken Word Poetry.

This is a not-for-profit community event that encourages artists to get deep and share what's on their mind and listen to likeminded people.

This event hopes to recognise and share the similarities in our struggles and destigmatise mental health issues in our community. Sharing of helpful resources and strategies to deal with depression, anxiety and other mental health issues is also very welcome. We need to know and tell each other we are not alone.

There is no doubt that many of us suffer from mental health issues or have experienced low points in our life where we could use some help. There has never been a better time to come together to support each other. Let's face it, winter is a bitch.

Come along and eat snacks, be warm and be good to each other.

Lotus 2.0
Melody Myla (Uncomfortable Beats)
Tigerbalm Artist
Ninah Nicole
1/6 (Pang Productions)
Sammy Damage

Hosted by Class A


Curated by Under the Seed

Sprung! brings together the first series of collaborative 'Artist Planters' curated and presented by Under the Seed and featuring artists:

Mitch Walder - Ruskidd - DNART - Kenz - Poise - Le Grizz - Frosk - Junky Projects - Stopem - Crisis - Ohnoes - Chehehe - Silk Roy - Facter - Zoe Mullins

Join us for the opening of Sprung! on the last day of winter, Friday the 31st of August from 6-9pm with drinks supplied by the lovely folks at Young Henrys!

The exhibition will be open for viewing across the following dates:

Thursday 30th August 12pm - 5pm
Friday 31st August 11am - 5pm
Saturday 1st September 12pm - 5pm
Sunday 2nd September 12pm - 4pm

For sales enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane - info@bsidegallery.com



Carlos Patiño

A collection of black and white drawings by Carlos Patiño. A representation of “dark things” through dark speckle pieces, consisting of snakes, skulls and other elements that illustrate the idea of feared objects. This exhibition is a collection of over 20 pieces and a number of large installation pieces.

Join us for the opening of Dark Things from 6-9pm on Friday the 14th of September, proudly supported by the legends at Young Henrys, Villain, Plakkit & CASSETTE!

The exhibition is open for viewing from the 12th - 16th September, for any enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana - info@bsidegallery.com

About the artist:

Carlos Patiño is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Melbourne. Originally from Colombia, Carlos’ work has been an evolution from children’s illustrations to a darker side that is depicted in his first solo exhibition - Dark Things.


Nate Harrison

Nate Harrison's We Can Fly to the Sun is a window into warmer climates, unknown language, notions of paradise and our need for escapism.

Inspired by old travel ads and vintage comic books, the artworks are brought to life using recycled cardboard, image transfer techniques, acrylic and spray paint, and the artist’s self-made, hand-drawn script.

Join us for the opening of We Can Fly To The Sun from 6-9pm on Friday 21st September, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

About the artist:
Originally from the U.S., Nate Harrison has called Melbourne home for over ten years. He’s long been inspired by a love of comics, calligraphy, and print making. At university he started painting on cardboard due to not having much money for canvases but grew to love its texture and versatility. His art has ventured into many subjects, but his most recent works have been inspired by escapism and exotic locales, both real and imaginary - possibly due to being born in Kansas.



Join Decks for Change and Melbourne artist Carla Scotto for an evening of radness, connection and creation.

We'll hook you up with a refurbished skate deck (with over 2 million decks going to landfill each year, we like to upcycle), all art materials and social lubricants (yay!) as your guided by the Decks for Change crew and talented Carla to create your very own masterpiece.

Who are Decks for Change ?

Decks for Change is organisation that believes skateboarding has the ability to save and change lives. The beautiful thing about skateboarding and one of the most valuable impacts in developing communities is that if you skate and you see another person skateboarding, you don't see colour, gender, income level, you just see someone that has the same mindset as you that you can share the stoke with.

We help to create skateparks and youth skate programs where it's needed most. Currently, all funds raised go toward supporting youth skate programs in Suli, Iraq.



Alina Zorkina

Come and celebrate a journey through the relationships of the unique textiles created and worn by women of the world. No matter how different a culture, worldwide we find that women are the fabric of society. Woven and threaded, holding together and uplifting the people.

Painted by Alina Zorkina for her first solo exhibition this will be a unique perspective as Alina herself is a Ukrainian immigrant who moved to Australia 12 years ago. She has also travelled abroad since moving to Australia and has met with and interacted with the huge multicultural communities here in Melbourne.
Over this time she has seen how women wearing their traditional dress is a foundation of any culture worldwide, whether in their land of origin or resettled abroad.

Join us for the opening of Threaded from 6-9pm on Friday the 5th of October, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition is open for viewing from the 3rd - 7th of October, for any enquiries please contact info@bsidegallery.com


Badlands Brand presents:

A group exhibition of 50+ Australian and international artists, celebrating living life and loving death. Presented by Badlands Brand and showing at BSIDE Gallery.

We're lucky to know and be great fans of some of the world’s most talented and lovely artists and this exhibition is a chance for us to gather
those people and put on one hell of a show.

- Chris Costa, Badlands Brand

Join us on Friday the 12th of October from 6-10pm for a night of art, skulls, live music and drinks supplied by the legends at Young Henrys!

Exhibition and pop up store open for viewing across the following dates:
Wednesday 10th October 11am - 5pm
Thursday 11h October 11am - 5pm
Friday 12th October 11am - 10pm (Opening Night)
Saturday 13th October 11am - 5pm
Sunday 14th October 11am - 5pm

Featuring art by:
Anica Costa | Aki Yaguchi | Aleksandra Susnica | Alex Lehours | Alison Manners
April Mouwad | Atticus Radley | Balazova Black | Billy Zammit | Brian Graydon
Brittany Kilsby | Brooke Harley
Callum Preston | Candy Yan Yan | Chehehe | Chelsea Bernhardt | Chris Costa Clare Hampshire | Creature Creature | David Lee Pereir | Dead End Design Deanndra Rose | Digable Goods | Dnart | Ella Heckendorf | Inkboy
Jack Rodgers | Jayne Branchflower
Jesse Wright | Jez | Joel Hammonds | Jono Gooley | Kat Weir | Lisa Huntley Michael Cain | Mike Eleven | Mike Tea | Mitch Walder | Naomi Lee Beveridge Nathalia Suizu | Nicole Black | Nicole Reed | Missi Powell | Ohnoes Rebecca Enya | Rory Lynch-Wells | Ruskidd
Sam Taylor | Skubz Mope | Shelley Forget
Silk Roy | Sindy SinnTeresa-Jane Day

For sales enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane - info@bsidegallery.com



“Passion, devotion and unbridled attraction; Tuyuloveme talks about the nature of his love and relationship with the streets. The late nights, long quiet strolls through the thoroughfare. Appreciating, learning and getting to know each other, day after day, year after year, time after time. Born not out of the need for the destruction but out of a deep-seated curiosity and need to express. From Yogyakarta, to Moscow to Melbourne and many streets more, Tuyuloveme looks back on the constant in his journey of life, both personally and artistically. Intrinsically connected and intimately informed by his kinship with the streets, alluring and delicate at times, tumultuous and boisterous otherwise, Tuyuloveme looks back into this journey through his art framed with 'Nothing But Love'. Unrestrained and unchecked."

Founder of RSCLS Art Collective

Tuyuloveme is an Indonesian artist who began his artistic practice on the streets of Yogyakarta creating work in between the art and graffiti aesthetic.

Although not a native of Yogyakarta, he has been a resident for couple of years as a base for him to do creative work while working with his national and international network.

Tuyuloveme has been painting his unique style religiously on the streets for over 10 years. His paintings represent an alter-ego, a self-portrait of sorts, popping up on walls and street corners all over the world. His visual style is a juxtaposition of organised, expressive and chaotic expulsion; a contrast to his personality in real life.

You may find this artistic works in the walls or corner of streets in major cities all over Indonesia, Asia, Europe and Australia. His career has been nourished and influenced by extensive travels and an ability to work and collaborate with other artists. Tuyuloveme has been featured in a number of national and international group exhibitions, and is proud to present his first solo exhibition outside of Indonesia, Nothing But Love at BSIDE Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.

Join us for the opening of 'Nothing But Love' from 6-9pm on Friday 26th October at BSIDE Gallery proudly supported by Ironlak, Young Henrys,Royal Jamaican Ginger Beer, Mortimers Orchard at Taste London, Easey's, Fazzari Multimedia, Nathan Ctc, Dodgy Paper & Arterior Australia!

The exhibition will be available to view from the 24th October - the 4th November 2018, for all enquiries please contact info@bsidegallery.com


James Wilson

A solo exhibition of James Wilson's latest stencil series.

We exist in a time where we experience life through our devices and are constantly being overloaded by visual stimuli. Instead of slowing down and taking the time to ponder the details, we move at a rapid pace from one thing to the next.

For something to capture our attention it needs to be easily digestible and quick to the point. Using paint on canvas to explore the world through a ‘pixelated lens’, Wilson evokes childhood nostalgia through the low-res computer graphics of the late 90’s.
His works are self-aware and playful, like the tongue in cheek jabs at the fatherless Batman and Darth Vader in offbrand bootlegs.

Wilson also comments on art history and the way our consumption of media has changed. His reinterpretations of classic artworks focus not just on the pieces themselves, but also on how the way we now view those pieces has changed.

Join us for the opening of Low Res Reactions from 6pm on Friday 9th November at BSIDE Gallery, proudly supported by Young Henrys!

For all enquiries please contact Ariana via email info@bsidegallery.com


Curated by Lousy Ink

“They said we couldn’t do it again. They told us it was impossible. They even said, “This is crazy! You’ll kill yourselves!” But here we are—in 2018 bringing you another f#%k off LOUSY SHOW.

Bigger, better and lousier than ever before, we’ve invited 70+ of your favourite artists (and ours) from around Australia + a few international, to show you the potential of Lousy Ink. You can expect to see some of the most fire works you’ve ever witnessed this millennia—if not, even the next.

We’ve also given our artists the BETA version of our ALL NEW, Lousy-Liners. A sharp-looking, black fine-liner that’s made from 100% recycled printer cartridge plastic (and it even uses our recycled ink too!). So not only are we bringing you some fresh new art, but we came prepared with the gadgets to match.

Join us for this one-night-only-mega-exhibition and celebrate the coolest facet of sustainability on offer. It’s free, it’s fun and it’s friends-friendly.” - Mike + Oli (Lousy Ink)

Artists include:
Joel The Marauderss 607, Adam Kinninmont, Aidan Ryan, Aidan Sprinkles, Andy Yee, Ashley Ronning, Baaqiy, Balazova Black, Barek, Brigit Maher, Camille Thomas, Candy YanYan Ng, Carla Drawz, Casey Schuurman, Cassie Stevens, Chehehe, Chris Costa, Christian Vine, Chris Yee, Claudia Chew, Crisis, Craig Cole,Creature Creature, Dean DeLandre, El Rosabel, Elaine Vo, Eliza Svikulis, Ella Heckendorf, Ellen Porteus, Facter, Frosk, Harley & Handen, Hannah Barry, Hugo Mathias, Jack Fran, James James, Jess Cockerill, James Wilson, Jeremy Clarage, Joel The Marauder, Jordan Debney, Junky Projects, Kenz, KeoMatch, Kev ‘Ohnoes’, Kid Silk, Knock, Lauren Guymer, Lisa Huntley, Loser Unit, Lousy Jon, Luke Rion, Marcos Diaz, Maha, Melissa Grisancich, Mengo Lee, Michael Cain, Mic Porter, Mike Eleven, Mike Inkboy, Mike Makatron, Mitch Walder, Mr. Mupz, Muriel-Ann Ricafrente, Nic Ives, Ox King, Paul Meehan, Pey Chi, QUARTZVII, Rafferty Amor, Regan Tamanui, Ronny Drs, Roq Draw, Ray Running Man, Ruskidd, Shannon Keane, Simon Buerve, Sophie McPike, Sorcha Mackenzie, Ssalad, Strawberry, Milklady, Terhor, Tom Gerrard, Viet-My Bui, William Nghiem, Zac Fay, Zeke’s LunchboxZ the Creative + more!

Friday 16 November

At BSIDE Gallery
(upstairs) 121 Brunswick Street,
Fitzroy VIC 3065


Curated by Charity Bramwell

Curated by Charity Bramwell in collaboration with Kim Salmon
Opening Night: Wednesday, 21 November, 6-9pm
Exhibition: 22-25 November 2018
BSIDE Gallery, 121 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, VIC

Best known as seminal Australian singer, songwriter and guitarist, Kim Salmon is also a visual artist, poet and narrative performer. To coincide with Melbourne Music Week, 'Lexical (a survey of artwork by Kim Salmon)', lifts the veil on Salmon's visual art practice - honed behind the scenes over four decades since officially declaring himself an art school drop out.

'Lexical' refers to Salmon's vocabulary of visual tricks, marks and symbols that render visual scenarios, which in turn suggest or spell out narratives about objects, places and people. The process of recording and rendering visual cues as recognisable images is Salmon's method of making sense of the world, engaging with it and exerting agency in it.

LEXICAL is supported by the City of Yarra Small Projects Grant program. The organisers gratefully acknowledge Murray Bramwell, Peter Bramwell and Lisa Mansfield for their additional support.

Special thanks to Joy & Owen Salmon, and Eileen Thewlis for the loan of artworks from their private collections for inclusion in this exhibition.



Miwaut X Rudog

A look into chaotic scenes and disillusioned characters

"Through my practice I’ve always been interested in the exploration of basic human emotions, adding abstract and figurative elements together in order to create intriguing and introverted characters and scenes at the brink of chaos. Featuring unrelenting people and expressions, the majority of these characters, landscapes and situations are inspired by people, scenes and places I see or visit.

For this exhibition, I wanted to combine fluid painting influences in order to fully give the pieces a multidimensional texture.

These paintings are almost a continuation of my notebook/sketch based work as I translate different ideas/styles on to bigger and larger mediums without compromising the initial sketched out feeling and freedom a sheet of paper gives you.

Through the practice of layering, my intention is always to push through and combine those thoughts sometimes slightly hidden to the unsuspecting eye…and with the help of a magnifying glass those smaller details come to life…adding texture and depth, making it ever so subdued yet instrumental to appreciating the full meaning of my work." - Nicholas Garcia-Minaur (Miwaut)

Join us for the opening of 'Sreathan: One Linear Take' 6pm this Friday 30th November at BSIDE Gallery, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co!


Curated by Ariana Leane

Flip the Script brings together a stellar line up of artists both local and international specialising in the medium of modern calligraphy, or 'calligraffiti' as it is known in the realms of urban art. Curated by BSIDE Gallery's managing owner Ariana Leane, the exhibition seeks to educate and inform the gallery's audience on the current movement of modern calligraphy, whilst acknowledging each artist's particular style of lettering.

Featuring works by Said Dokins, Chaz Bojorquez, Mayonaize, Froskeyo, Hegira Scriptures, Sicoer, Creepy Mouse, Siege One, Chamula Cruz & Kmis3

Join us for the opening of Flip the Script: a lesson in modern calligraphy from 6pm Friday 14th of December, proudly supported by the legends at Young Henrys!

For all enquiries please contact Ariana via email info@bsidegallery.com