Maisie Prints Launch



WHEN: 6:00pm - 10:00pm – 16 Jul 2022

COST: Free

WHO: Maisie Prints

TICKETS: Facebook Event

LOCATION: 107 Redfern

Textile design label Maisie Prints is launching at 107 Redfern on the 16th of July with a small collection of garments and fabrics. Local creative Maisie Cohen is behind this slow fashion initiative that celebrates bold, bright colours, uniqueness and ethical production practices. The collection includes boilersuits, shirts and silk scarves made right in here in Sydney, using Organic Cotton and Peace Silk from an environmentally conscious brand, A&A Eco in India.

There will be a shop and exhibition of works open from 6pm, a live band with projections from sound engineer and 3D visual artist Roly Elias from 6:45, a runway and dance performance from 7:30, with beers provided by local brewery Willie The Boatman.

Collaborators for the event also include lighting designer Chloe Stafford from In Colour Creative, dancer Josh Freedman, and multi-disciplinary artist Alli Sebastian Wolf from Deep Sea Astronauts. The projection work by Roly Elias will take live footage of the band and mix it together with Maisie's print designs, using triggers to creative live visuals that respond to the improvised music.

Art, music, fashion and dance - we have all the bases covered within this one exciting event!


Roly Elias is an audio engineer, mixer, production and tour manager with nine years experience working with top bands in Australia, UK, Europe and America. He is also a 3D animator, who worked on a film Prison X that was selected for Cannes XR and Sundance Film Festivals.

Chloe Stafford of In Colour Creative is a lighting designer and light installation artist with many years experience working in Australia and the UK. She has done lighting for major bands and theatre productions, and designed and created large scale stage design and sculptural works for festivals around the country.

Alli Sebastian Wolf is a multi-disciplinary artist working across performance, costume design and education, and is the founder of Deep Sea Astronauts, a Sydney based company of artists, performers, musicians, comedians, designers, game developers and illustrators that create junkyard performances for theatres, festivals, events and radio.