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ARI Remix Living Archives and Social Memory Project – Friday 15 February 2019 Final Deadline Stage Two – Artist Participation Call Out and Reminder

Happy 2019 !

 

A wee reminder that the final deadline for voluntary artist participation and content contributions is coming up soon: 5pm Friday 15 February 2019.

 

Subject: Stage Two: Brisbane and Queensland artist-run collective memories and ephemera 1980s, 1990s and 2000s – an expanded view…

 

Social Memory artist reflection posts between 300 to 2500 words in a word format document are welcomed, contributions are voluntary. Kindly provide up to six TIFF format images you are happy to share online into perpetuity – 1200 pixels. Send via email or via dropbox or similar file sharing platform. Examples of social memory posts so far appear in the OPEN feature pages: https://remix.org.au/open

 

Send to info[at]remix.org.au

 

Artist Interview opportunities in Brisbane yes, there are a few opportunities remaining ( three only in fact, so first in best dressed) for artists actively organising Brisbane and QLD ARIs in the 1980s and 1990s who find it easier to be interviewed and audio recorded than to write a social memory account.

 

There is a standard artist licensing agreement to sign and return prepared by Arts Law Centre of Australia for each artist post, please note that all copyright resides with the artist.

 

Thanks so muchly for your shared passion, interest, care and support over the years so far as these collective memories slowly grow and expand we are truly grateful.

 

Best wishes,
Paul Andrew
ARI Remix Project Coordinator

 

PS: If digital scanning of your resources is a challenge kindly send an email and we can make an alternative plan 🙂 You can add in any comments or queries in the thread below if its quicker and easier for you 🙂