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Secret art studio in central Canberra to open

By 29 May 2014 6

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The Lost and Found Office is opening a new pop up studio / gallery in Braddon, ACT.

In collaboration with other artists at the Queanbeyan Artists Shed, they will be presenting The Q Collection, a diverse array of collected works that provide an insight into the unique cultural identity of this underground community.

They will be working away in the new space from tomorrow onwards, as they gear up for a big launch next Thursday evening. They welcome visitors ahead of the launch for a sneak peek of their setup.

But there’s just one catch… you have to find them first!

They will be releasing clues over the coming days to help you zero in on the Lost and Found Office. The first ten people to discover them before the launch will receive a free gift handmade by one of their artists.

Sound intriguing? Here’s how to win:

Put the clues together to find their secret space.

When you think you’ve figured it out, go visiting!

They will publicise their new address on Tuesday next week ahead of the opening. Until then, just solve the clues to find their secret studio!

Clue number 1

The street that the studio is located on is also the make of a car from a defunct British car manufacturer.

So tricky! Stay tuned for more clues in the coming days…

And bookmark next Thursday eve – enjoy a glass of bubbly with Q Collection artists: Alicia Kane, Ric Bennet and Dennis Mortimer.

(Press release – Lost and Found)

Image by Ric Bennett

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6 Responses to Secret art studio in central Canberra to open
#1
Canfan5:31 pm, 31 May 14

Clue number Two

We’re a cut, above

Clue Number Three

We trade but were not Traders

#2
Sandman10:01 am, 01 Jun 14

Hate to be pedantic about clue number one but they weren’t actually a manufacturer. The name was simply a badge used to sell only one model of car, interestingly enough, an Australian built one.

#3
Maya12311:48 am, 01 Jun 14

Sandman said :

Hate to be pedantic about clue number one but they weren’t actually a manufacturer. The name was simply a badge used to sell only one model of car, interestingly enough, an Australian built one.

Ah, then that explains it. I compared a long list of defunct British car manufacturers and the streets in Braddon and was unable to make a match.

#4
astrojax3:14 pm, 02 Jun 14

next clues?

#5
Canfan4:03 pm, 02 Jun 14

Clue number Four

We’re right up your alley

Clue Number Five

You’ll find us near the place where bees live…

Clue Number Six

The new gallery is quite a ‘stretch’ from the previous use of this space

#6
Canfan5:40 pm, 02 Jun 14

Thanks Sandman. Clue 1 updated.

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