Laura Rose Main is the Co-founder of Enough – a creative concept space located on Greville street Prahran that takes pride in supporting the emerging artist through hosting exhibitions, pop up events, discussions, and night specific installations.
With a background in writing and digital media, Laura has written for many creative journals around Melbourne and Australia. She fell in love with the Melbourne art scene after falling into arts writing while trying to avoid the stereotypical music writing spots for street press.
Laura has spent the last four years with print shop Signed and Numbered, immersing herself with illustrators, fine artists, photographers, painters and street artists whilst curating and project managing many group exhibitions and art installations around Melbourne.
Shark Week – an exhibition about menstruation with all proceeds going to the International Women’s Development Agency - gained global recognition after it was featured on SBS, The Sydney Morning Herald, Broadsheet and Buzzfeed.
In 2014, Laura travelled to China on scholarship to make an interactive, digital exhibition at Northwest University and collaborated with the Immigration Museum and Bachar Houli to make a short film about Bachar Houli becoming the first devote Muslim AFL player.
Laura has a Jack Russell called Maggie and is your local Kimye aficionado.
Art + Design Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age
In this panel discussion, we unpack how artists & designers have utilised social media and digital technology to increase their influence, reach and exposure for passion projects.