Hi there and welcome to the BrisStyle Inc. community blog. BrisStyle Inc. is a community group of artists and crafters who live in and around Brisbane. We work to provide support and creative opportunities for our members through workshops, business and creative development sessions, markets (come and meet the makers), exhibitions and social get-togethers. Head over to our website www.brisstyle.com.au for more information.
Friday, September 13, 2013
Simply Gorgeous Local Handmade :: City Hall Markets TOMORROW :: Sept 14 9am-3pm
::More than just simply gorgeous local handmade!::
This Saturday Sept 14, is set to be another simply gorgeous City Hall market day. With a host of on-site happenings and extended trading until 3pm, there's every reason to make a day of it!
Find all your favourite City Hall Marketeers here.
Visit the Ann St Foyer to see Queensland Designer, Chris Knight'sHandcrafted Outdoor Furniture Exhibition. "bespoke piece of furniture that is truly unique and as individual as you are."
So bring the boys along...and grab a cuppa to luxuriate between shopping!
The ever so soulful Tim Sladden returns by popular demand to the Sandgate Room!
Tim seamlessly fuses acoustic, jazz and soul into what can only be described as a style of his own, and raises the bar for anyone flying under the banner of "singer songwriter".
"This guy has a voice you could put in a honey jar - you have to check him out!" Nalesh Singh, Byron Bay FM.
Chris Wood is a multi instrumentalist and plays piano, guitar, violin and sings. Although only 16, Chris has already toured with the Birralee Blokes in Canada and more closer to home at QPAC, Brisbane Convention Centre and Brisbane City Hall.
Currently studying Jazz, his favourite artists are Ed Sheeran and Passenger so expect to be wowed when listening to Chris in the Sherwood Room!
The beautifully restored Shingle Inn, will be running a take away service throughout the day.
Sit and enjoy in either the Sandgate or Sherwood Rooms or have a cuppa on the run while perusing all the market stalls.
To see their delicious menus or to book a table inside read on.
Don’t miss Panoramas closing soon atMuseum of Brisbane. Providing a fascinating insight into life in Brisbane over a 150-year span the exhibition features the earliest panoramic examples of Brisbane photography from 1862.