This non-profit artist-run space, hosting exhibitions, performance, music and workshops, has become Redfern's cultural hub
In mid 2011, seven artists (Jess Cook, Jamie Gerlach, Chris Hancock, Michelle McCosker, Alasdair Nicol, Kali Reid, Matthew Venables) were given the keys to a large warehouse space at 107 Redfern Street, by the City of Sydney as part of their accommodation grants.
Their aim was to turn it into a creative hub for the area, accessible for local artists and the community. Over the following years they built a sound-proof performance space, a gallery, a cafe and bar, a workshop, and a permaculture garden on the roof.
107 Projects hosts exhibitions, live music, theatre, workshops and live drawing classes.
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107 Redfern Street
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