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Thanks sooooooooooo much dear Scott Redford, and thanks Jenny for kindly sharing the tributes....:) ... See MoreSee Less

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ARTIST CALL OUT - ARI REMIX PROJECT: Living Archives, Artist-Runs Past Present Future - Stage Two - 1980-Now - Letters of Support due date extended to 12 noon Tuesday 14 February 2017 🙂

If you were actively involved in a Brisbane/Queensland based artist-run collaboration during the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s we are keen to interview you and to include and share a few of your archival digital images & resources for Stage Two of the archive commencing in June 2017 (funding permitting)

We are also looking at adding additional 1980s content if you were involved in 1980's artist-runs in Brisbane/ Queensland 🙂 - If you would like to participate too and are hpapy for me to include you in the funding applications for a modest artist fee ( approximately 300 per artist) kindly email me your name, details of the artist-runs and dates of collaboration and why you believe growing, broadening and sustaining a living archive about artist-run heritage matters- send no later than noon this Tuesday 14 February 2017 - Paul Andrew, Project Co-ordinator artsmedia[at]gmail.com

And let us know in this thread of other artist-runs missing from this list, thanks 🙂

1990S SECOND ERA ARTIST-RUN-INITIATIVES (ARIS) |
Include: Omniscient, Boulder Lodge (c. 1990-1993); ISNT Studios, Gipps Street (1992-1996); Doggett Street Studio (1993-2013), a commercial gallery space available for artists to hire, co-founded by artists Scott Whitaker and Allyson Reynolds; Fortitude Gallery (1996-1997), established with artist Chris Worfold; White Box Gallery (1996-1997), established with artist Tracey Smith; Plotz Gallery, James Street (1996-1997); Process Gallery (1997-1998) and Carbon Based Studios, 459 Adelaide St (1997-1998); Soapbox Gallery, 95 Brunswick Street (1997-2005); Shop 49B, James Street (1999); and Satellite Space, 17/354 Brunswick Street (1999-2001).

2000S THIRD ERA ARTIST-RUN-INITIATIVES (ARIS) |
Include: Modus Studios 2000-2001; The Farm, George Street and Local Art (2002-2004); ProppaNOW (2003-present); Moreton Street Spare Room (MSSR) (2006-c.2009); followed by Boxcopy (2008-present), Accidentally Annie Street (2008-c.2013), The Wandering Room (2008-2014), No Frills* (2009-c.2011), LEVEL (2010-present), inbetweenspaces (2010/2011), Current Projects (2012-c.2014), and the current crop.
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ARTIST CALL OUT - ARI REMIX PROJECT: Living Archives, Artist-Runs Past Present Future - Stage Two - 1980-Now - Letters of Support due date extended to 12 noon Tuesday 14 February 2017 :)

If you were actively involved in a Brisbane/Queensland based artist-run collaboration during the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s we are keen to interview you and to include and share a few of your archival digital images & resources for Stage Two of the archive commencing in June 2017 (funding permitting)

We are also looking at adding additional 1980s content if you were involved in 1980s artist-runs in Brisbane/ Queensland  :) - If you would like to participate too and are hpapy for me to include you in the funding applications for a modest artist fee ( approximately 300 per artist)  kindly email me your name, details of the artist-runs and dates of collaboration and why you believe growing, broadening and sustaining a living archive about artist-run heritage matters- send no later than noon this Tuesday 14 February 2017 - Paul Andrew, Project Co-ordinator artsmedia[at]gmail.com 

And let us know in this thread of other artist-runs missing from this list, thanks :)

1990S SECOND ERA ARTIST-RUN-INITIATIVES (ARIS) |
Include: Omniscient, Boulder Lodge (c. 1990-1993); ISNT Studios, Gipps Street (1992-1996); Doggett Street Studio (1993-2013), a commercial gallery space available for artists to hire, co-founded by artists Scott Whitaker and Allyson Reynolds; Fortitude Gallery (1996-1997), established with artist Chris Worfold; White Box Gallery (1996-1997), established with artist Tracey Smith; Plotz Gallery, James Street (1996-1997); Process Gallery (1997-1998) and Carbon Based Studios, 459 Adelaide St (1997-1998); Soapbox Gallery, 95 Brunswick Street (1997-2005); Shop 49B, James Street (1999); and Satellite Space, 17/354 Brunswick Street (1999-2001).
 
2000S THIRD ERA ARTIST-RUN-INITIATIVES (ARIS) |
Include: Modus Studios 2000-2001; The Farm, George Street and Local Art (2002-2004); ProppaNOW (2003-present); Moreton Street Spare Room (MSSR) (2006-c.2009); followed by Boxcopy (2008-present), Accidentally Annie Street (2008-c.2013), The Wandering Room (2008-2014), No Frills* (2009-c.2011), LEVEL (2010-present), inbetweenspaces (2010/2011), Current Projects (2012-c.2014), and the current crop.

the impression of our arteries

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Caitlin Franzmann, Sonya G. Peters, Robyn Daw, Ali Bezer, Jay Younger, Julie-Anne Milinski, Debra Porch, Mona Ryder, Sophie Bottomley, Elizabeth Shaw, Kat Sawyer, Chantal Fraser, Leena Riethmuller, Carol McGregor, Victoria (Tor) Maclean

The impression of our arteries is an exhibition that questions how the heart and the mind convey significant and revealing impressions and intentions through objects, images and the senses. It reflects the circulatory patterns between those one loves, and the feelings, senses, intuition, perception, influence and the impressions that are formed from these bonds. ~ Debra Porch
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News from Hiram's Hong Kong friends, so sad now xxxp ... See MoreSee Less

Vale Hiram To, love, always remembered, thanks for so much joy along the path xxx ... See MoreSee Less

Paul Andrew shared David Black's post to the group: Living Archives- Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1980-2000.

So many cinemas once upon a time....And the one in Bulimba.....mmmm
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Dawn Theatre Chermside: not long before it was demolished!

So many cinemas once upon a time....And the one in Bulimba.....mmmm

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Michael BouwManI think I saw 'Planet of the Apes' when it was released, there, when I was about 8, and we still lived in Bald Hills.

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John Willsteedi saw heaps of stuff here. bruce lee. sergio leone.

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Art Walk Benefit poster, circa 1982? ... See MoreSee Less

Art Walk Benefit poster, circa 1982?

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Paul AndrewThanks for posting Allan, one of these works was in the UQAM ET exhibition last year, so much happened at Red Comb...

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Paul Andrew shared UQ Art Museum's event to the group: Living Archives- Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1980-2000. ... See MoreSee Less

In-Conversation: Denise Green & Ingrid Periz

Mar 30, 6:00pm

UQ Art Museum

To mark the closing of 'Denise Green: Beyond and Between – A Painter’s Journey', please join the artist and US-based author and curator Ingrid Periz in a conversation moderated by exhibition curator Michele Helmrich. Topics will include Denise Green’s most recent artworks, the ongoing allure of Australia and the influence of Australian Indigenous art on her practice. RSVP: goo.gl/fJIXlA

In-Conversation: Denise Green & Ingrid Periz

At the SLQ ... Have a bunch of IMA archive boxes out ... just skimmed through a file linked to Bisbane Hot ... in the notes you can see the idea for Know Your Product starting to take shape. It is also very clear that the whole 'hot' thing was a set up ... also nice to see 'old school' communication at work ... like leaving phone messages for artists (Hollie) at their parent's homes (I'm reminded that I picked up much of the work for this show in the HD Ute ... had to meet Scott Redford at a cafe where he worked in some sprawling Gold Coast shopping centre ... and Paul Andrew out at Arana Hills ... I think that may have been the first time we met. Also some notes here on the Poster ... Paul's right, I think, to give Peter Cripps credit for generating a good deal of energetic dialogue that was really good to have going on as the ARS activity increased over the next couple of years ... things were volatile at times ... but the IMA was an important part of the mix ... ... See MoreSee Less

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Peter Andersonnow just realised that the theory that Brisbane is overlayed with overlayerings must be correct ... noticed on Bris Hot artist agreements that Adam Boyd lived at 100 Sydney St ... that's the house on the corner of Brunswick isn't it ... the one that eventually became Milburn Gallery in the 90s & in the 1940s was where Judith Wright first lived in Bris (and of course at that time OFlate was in studios in what is now the JWCCA ... ) ... lines of force & overlayings indeed ...

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Paul Andrewso much dancing.....clubs were a major part of the performance mix...

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Adam Boyd100 Sydney Street had the most amazing living room floor. Alternating light and dark floorboards, maybe Tassie Ash and Japanned Mahogany, something like that. Very beautiful.

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Paul AndrewYes, the wooden floors and if memory serves me well wasnt there the most amazing bushy bush basil plant beside the backstairs, I often talk about that Basil plant ( so many wonderful delish meals /salads thanks to Jeanelle smiles , still cant find one like it...?

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Adam BoydIt was the small leaf basil. Got pulped in the great pot plant massacre of 86. Took all my potted plants outside for some fresh air, the day of the worst hailstorm in living memory. Cue violins.

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Paul Andrewam now online looking for small leaf basl bushes for my sping plantings, thanks Adam for the memories, cue cellos..xxP

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Paul AndrewYes Peter Cripps, reminds me, and have been walking past Sydney Street Coronet Court of late, so many flashbacks 🙂

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