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ARI Remix Newsletter Out Now

ARI Remix Newsletter – The Scene Issue 1 – Out Now

ARI Remix Collective Project Co-ordinator Paul Andrew alongside ARI Remix Editors Brian Doherty , Jane Richens and together with a gaggle of creatives, artists, peers and social observers credited in the newsletter have produced this the first of three issues of ARI Remix News.

For those of you new to the ARI Remix Project it is an online public archive about 1980-1990 Queensland artist-run heritage designed to compliment, broaden and extend the related but independent 2016 exhibition Ephemeral Traces due to open at the University of Queensland Art Museum on April 2 this year Anderson. Please note that the ARI Remix Project is an independent artist-run project to the UQAM exhibition.

This series of three newsletters are designed to assist us with the ongoing research and development of the ARI Remix Project throughout 2016. Help us  to grow, build, refine, nuance, provide correct and appropriate acknowledgements, accreditations, dates and facts check the public archive as we work towards the final edit for December 20, 2016.

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Contact Us  if you too have a short memoir to share, ephemera, resources or insights to share, facts or acknowledgement checks or queries: