The Network Prospect Local Business Contributor video series will introduce you to local business owners and their employees. For this installment, we interviewed Don Violi of Khrome Hair Studio.
The interview outlined the following:
- Khrome Hair Studio business overview
- Business services and products
- Khrome Hair Studio history
- Hair International launch
- Hair International and the stobie pole art controversy
The stobie pole controversy was heavily publicised on various media channels, such as 4 Corners and ABC news.
If you remember this story, we urge you to get in contact with Khrome Hair Studio or leave a comment below the Facebook video!
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Thanks for sharing your business story with our Network Prospect readers Don!
Poles of Art
City of Prospect will be presenting an exhibition of Stobie Pole art celebrating 31 creative years of Prospect Gallery. To acknowledge the enormous creativity of our community, this show will bring us back to our roots to celebrate our community spirit and our history, all while paving the way for the future. Constructed in 1988, Prospect Gallery was the ﬁrst arts space to be purpose-built by a local government in South Australia. This will be the last exhibition in this location as we look forward to a brand new state-of-the-art Prospect Gallery reopening within the Prospect Community Hub, Library and Innovation Centre.
22 August – 29 September
Launch 22 August 6pm
Prospect Gallery, 1 Thomas Street, Nailsworth
For more information about this exhibition…Click Here