BSAF at The Barracks!

BSAF is arriving to The Barracks!


Caleb Dude began painting large scale murals through government programs when he was a teenager. Years later, his unwavering passion and drive to complete the best mural possible at any given opportunity is stronger than ever.  Having completed four consecutive street art festivals, a short young artist residency at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) and a successful solo exhibition with nationally loved local clothing brand House of Darwin Caleb Dude is slowly becoming a local legend.  Caleb Dude’s body of work is niche and unique. He has made his own alien alphabet and creates fake advertisements, movie posters, comic book covers and more with the alien letters. It’s intriguing, creative and more than anything, it engages and draws people in. This artist is fresh, hardworking and brilliant. Caleb Dude will create something you have never seen before.

Date: Saturday 18 May | 2pm – 6pm


Desirai Saunders, a Gunggari artist based in Meanjin/Brisbane, Australia, is renowned for her digital illustrations that celebrate Indigenous culture. Using her iPad and Procreate, she intricately weaves her Aboriginal heritage into captivating character designs. Notable collaborations include contributing to Nike’s Reconciliation Action Plan and partnering with Canva to produce a graphics collection, making her art accessible to all. Desirai’s involvement in curating a First Nations art exhibition during the Brisbane Street Art Festival underscores her commitment to showcasing Indigenous talent. Additionally, her artwork for Adobe’s WNBL Indigenous Round demonstrates her dedication to social causes. Currently, Desirai is eagerly anticipating the release of her illustrated children’s book in 2024, further solidifying her status as a multifaceted artist making waves as an emerging artist both locally and internationally.

Date: Saturday 18 May | 2pm – 6pm

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