Holy Mountain comes to Burleigh

Street art entrepreneur, Magnus McTavish, is set to take over the Burleigh Masonic Temple in a hyper graffiti first for the venue, Holy Mountain.

A select showcase of abstract and avant-garde original works will be on display for a royal and loyal list of collectors, followers and invitees. McTavish is an established and independent street artist who has painted alongside well known global talents including Anthony Lister, Shepard Fairy and Shida.

“The Masonic Temple is the perfect location as graffiti and street art is also a hidden secret society,” says Magnus.

The showcase is invite-only but the after party featuring Vulture St. tape Gang + AUSTEN, will kick off at 9.30pm and is $10 at the door. 13 April.

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