A COUPLE of hours summed up a year’s work at Kulcha Shift last night.
There was a coffee machine making noise, a blackboard with names and a tray of Christmas muffins.
Designers, baristas and musicians came together for a lively market and intimate open mic show in the foyer of Kulcha Shift.
Fresh from finishing a year-long certificate in design, Sarah Vassallo had stickers and shirts to sell.
“I just put all my stuff in on Monday because I finished doing design at TAFE,” Ms Vassallo said.
“We try to do as many things like this as possible. We’ve always done open mic nights but we’ve never added anything to it.”
Activities and events co-ordinator David Gibb said it combined the work of Kulcha Shift and Brophy. “It’s an end of year celebration. The Kulcha Shift event crew have been working really hard all year putting on events in the community, open mic nights, the battle of the bands and this is a bit of a last send off for them,” Mr Gibb said.
“The retail girls wanted to do something and we thought rather than having late night shopping let’s throw something together and have some music.”