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Here are just a few of the amazing contributions from artists for the Morning Star Fundraiser. Join us at @outregallery this Friday June 7 to help raise money for @morningstardocumentary and enable Indigenous band @larrygurruwiwi_and_malawurr – custodians of the Galpu songlines – to share their sacred songlines across Europe.

Opening tonight at Outrè’s Fitzroy gallery, the show features work for sale from many leading contemporary and street artists including: @adnate@callumpreston@carla_mcrae@dscreetsheet @dvate@femmeplastic @jimmy_dvate@georgiahillbth @ghostpatrol Jumble @kaffeinepaints @23rdkey @kirpy_@lingerid @anthonylister @lucylucyone@e.l.k @mike.makatron @mayonaize@houseofmeggs @minnaleunig@pornografffixxx@phibs_has_instagram @rekaone@r_o_n_e @__smoe__ @thomascivilian@tom_gerrard_ @vexta @heesco — and others soon to be announced.

Drinks will be provided by the good people at @bodriggybrewingco and @ottelia_wine.

Visit www.morningstardocumentary.com to view pieces available for pre-sale and come on the night for exclusive auction items.

#fundraiser #art #streetart #outré#melbourneart#morningstardocumentary

Roland Henry

About Roland Henry

Roland Henry is an international writer, curator and contemporary urban art specialist. Previously the Managing Editor of the independent arts magazine, Very Nearly Almost (VNA), he has developed close, personal relationships with artists, gallerists, and creatives worldwide and currently provides content for The Guardian US as well as numerous other publications.Roland is now based in Melbourne, Australia, where he heads up art agency, Studio Supply, in partnership with the former creative director of VNA, Greg Beer. The agency supplies curatorial and PR consultation services to a worldwide network of brands, artists, and creative professionals.