Gray Street Workshop

I had some great news recently that I have been accepted to become a tenant at Gray Street Workshop in Adelaide with partners Catherine Truman, Sue Lorraine and Jess Dare and fellow tenants Nadja Maher, Lisa Furno and Kelly Jonasson.

Gray Street Workshop ... Not actually in Gray Street anymore, just to be confusing.

Gray Street Workshop... Not actually in Gray Street anymore, just to be confusing.

Given that my equipment has been packed into Paddy's car since I moved out of the JamFactory and I have been emailing, blogging, Instagramming and carving FrogCakes on my very uncomfortable couch for a few months now, I jumped at the chance of moving in as soon as humanly possible.

My Cosy little space.

My Cosy little space.

So far, everyone has been really welcoming and the place has been busy with their 30 year anniversary celebrations. In only the first two weeks that I was there, we had an exhibition opening of the Partners' experimental work as well as four movie nights curated by a favorite contemporary maker of mine, Sim Luttin.

My new  profile  picture for the Gray Street Website taken by the lovely Catherine Truman. I believe I am getting excited about plastic.

My new profile picture for the Gray Street Website taken by the lovely Catherine Truman. I believe I am getting excited about plastic.

I have also spent the last few months in manufacturing overdrive, trying to catch up with orders so that the fun stuff can begin. Stay tuned!