Project 5, Sydney’s definitive live show for street art, hits Cockle Bay Wharf for 3 days beginning 25 February 2011 at 6pm. This year’s event will feature Kid Zoom, Ghostpatrol, James Jirat Patradoon and Deb. Project 5 is a collaboration between these 4 artists, the charity Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE) and aMBUSH Gallery. Featured […]
February 15th, 2011
Project 5, Sydney’s definitive live show for street art, hits Cockle Bay Wharf for 3 days beginning 25 February 2011 at 6pm.
This year’s event will feature Kid Zoom, Ghostpatrol, James Jirat Patradoon and Deb.
Project 5 is a collaboration between these 4 artists, the charity Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE) and aMBUSH Gallery.
Featured works from the 3-day festival will be auctioned by aMBUSH Gallery on 3 March, with all proceeds going to ICE.
Don’t miss this chance to see some of the best Australian street art on show!
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