Tuesday 29 March

Craft with Kitiya Palaskas

Join craft-based designer and author Kitiya Palaskas for this hands-on workshop, where you’ll take inspiration from the powerful activist art movement to create your own unique poster or flag.

Combining digital technology, paper collage, stencilling, and typography to craft an original art piece that is significant to you and reflective of your beliefs and values.

Kitiya’s workshop will give participants the opportunity to connect with others, learn from an industry leader, and utilise a range of tools to craft a personal and original piece of art. All materials provided, and no experience necessary.

We have two sessions times for this event.
Each session is $25
  • Tuesday 29 March
    5:30 - 7pm
    7:30 - 9pm
Wednesday 30 March

panel discussion

  • A panel discussion with Aimee Carruthers, Katarina Matic, and Rachel Worcou, and Ashley Ronning moderated by Jes Harris. You can meet all the speakers here.

    This event will explore the wonderful, tricky, and sometimes uncomfortable aspects of working within the creative industry.

    We have an in person option, which is a great opportunity to connect face to face and chat directly with other creatives. We also have an online session which will be available the following day for 48 hours.

    This event has Auslan interpreters present.

    In person tickets: $15
    Online recording: $10

    Wednesday 30 March
    6pm - 8pm

Friday 1 April

Friday night

Join us for an extra special night. Check out the exhibition, meet some of the artists, drink a Minor Figures espresso martini and get some good tunes in your ears.
  • Free to the public

    Friday 1 April 2022
    6 pm – 10 pm
28 March - 3 April 2022


You can also drop by anytime to view the exhibition at No Vacancy Gallery. 34-40 Jane Bell ln, Melbourne 3000

The exhibition is free to the public

Monday. 2pm — 5pm
Tuesday. 8am — 4pm
Wednesday. 8am — 4pm
Thursday. 8am — 6pm
Friday. 8am — 10pm
Saturday. 1pm – 4pm
Sunday. 1pm – 4pm

    Presented by frankie magazine, curated by Kate Pullen and Louise Brough and sponsored by