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ARI REMIX FINAL PROJECT ONE STAGE THREE DEADLINE REMINDER | Monday 29 November 2021 | Add your independent DIY artist-run memory to the ARI Remix living archives here:




FINAL DEADLINE: Monday 29 November 2021




We are always keen to add new artist’s stories to this growing and expanding online living archives project.



Simply send your own DIY artist-run story, up to 600 words is okay in a web-ready format [in a word document] and accompanied with up to three digital images [Archival artists’ ephemera as JPG Images at 1200 pixels per image with your captions and descriptions up to 30 words, accessibility descriptions always encouraged] to illustrate your story. Include your related url links to the DIY Coordinator here:




Please remember to use the ‘@’ symbol when you email us. Here is a recent memory post example. Gary’s post has created a stir of interest and currently trending. It of a useful guide for a short, sharp, sweet and pithy memory post:




MAIL ART & FEMAIL ART | A growing artistic movement in Brisbane in the 1970s and 1980s | by artist Gary Warner



Kindly allow us a few weeks or so for an email reply during this busy final stage, thanks for your patience and your participation.


Extra spesh thanks to everyone over the past 10 years [ give or take four decades] for your kindness, care, interest and support for this experimental archival art initiative we are truly grateful.



This initiative has been made possible through the immense generosity of artists locally, nation-wide and internationally. It has been largely driven by social media discussion and participation since November 2011 via this open group:



Australian ARI Living Archives – Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1970 to NOW [ A Queensland Remix]