Showcase of art and music for one and all

The Transnational Crash performing earlier this month.
The Transnational Crash performing earlier this month.

Project Ozmosis facilitator Shannon Quintal said the project relaunched in March to provide a space for musicians to jam with each other and showcase their works.

‘Project Ozmosis is a community of music and arts enthusiasts, focused on freedom of expression and interpretation,’ Mr Quintal said.

‘It is our belief that true creative growth stems from active participation in sharing and exchanging experiences or information.’

The next event is at JS Music Studio Wangara on April 6, from 10.30am with The Transnational Crash, Soothe, The Infiltrators, Kate Fergo and Clare Jansen.

‘Anyone artistically based is more than welcome to be a part of what we are doing,’ he said. ‘If people want to come and sell their art pieces, they are welcome to set up a stall, you don’t have to register just come along, entry is $10.’