Collingwood’s The Social Studio has long been Melbourne’s mecca for multiculturalism, providing creative workspaces and training in fashion and hospitality for new migrants and refugees. With their own fashion label, on-site cafe and courses accredited by RMIT, it might be difficult to put all The Social Studio’s good work into words, but that’s exactly what a dedicated team of volunteers have been doing for the past year, collating the enterprise’s first print publication. The Social Studio: Fashion, Food, Art & Community is a 250-page celebration of the foodies, fashionistas, artists, musicians and makers who make Melbourne the culturally vibrant city it is today. The book, compiled of artworks, portraits, interviews and a look-back at The Social Studio’s evolution, is set to launch at the Immigration Museum before a limited run of 1,000 copies are sold Australia-wide. To do it, The Social Studio need your support – get behind their Pozible campaign before time runs out and you’ll be rewarded with some great prizes, including vouchers to spend at their retail store, exclusive workshop offers and a private dining experience at The Cutting Table. Here’s your chance to own a colourful piece of Social Studio history!