Thanks everyone for your kind and enthusiastic support for the NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair 2021 launch of EXTRA Zine we are truly grateful for your messages, commentaries and emails. The free zine is downloadable and the Poster is available in 2021 via the link in post. Have a happy autumn 2021. remix.org.au/extra-zine-launch-mabf-2021/ ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks John Griffin, Angelina Martinez 🙂 remix.org.au/re-presenting-john-griffin-dj-johnny-g-brisbane-entrepreneur-dj-and-social-observer-... ... See MoreSee Less
Totally forgot about the warehouse party with no power, was a fun night as always, we never had permission, imagine doing that these days.
Yes, imagine, times changed
EXTRA is an Australian networked zine collaboration building from past, present and future ‘living’ archival initiatives. Issue#1 is out and accessible now via the NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair 2021
EXTRA issue #1 has launched! Check out our bio for the link to download your FREE copy and check out our stories for how to print, trim and fold. Enjoy!
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Today is EXTRA Zine launch day. Feeling super thrilled to bits about the virtual launching our new EXTRA Zine collab this morning at the NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair 2021. Feels fab to build out from last year's panel discussion 'Public Records: Artist-Run Archives in Australia' alongside speakers Channon Goodwin, Melissa McGrath, David Mutch and Roberta Joy Rich with different and generous archival perspectives and thanks to art book aficionado Freya Copeland from Replika Publishing for the photos @all_conference @busprojects @robertajoyrich @david_mutch_o @coolchangecontemporary #ariremix #mabf2021 @davidari_r @replika.publishing @jo_msbrown @vignettestream remix.org.au/extra-zine-launch-mabf-2021 ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome to new members:
Kat Goddard ... See MoreSee Less
love this one
Hi all... re-accessing QCA history ie. photographs, slides, videos, films, flyers, posters, and general ephemera...
As we don't know how much material is out there... but as indicated by the recent crisis threatening the structure, ideology, objectives, history, and future of QCA... there is a very real need to unearth harvest and share QCA's cultural contribution.
The most efficient way to do this is to use the # which allows you to post your digitized material to your pages or groups on Facebook and tag it... thereby providing researchers, historians, students and activists access to history and current events...
#qca1981 will give us an overview of everything that happened at QCA in 1981
In order to aid in the accessing and cultural wealth-building that history affords us... we need to know where when what and who to contact for access.
If there is a growing mountain of material then we could go into detail with the tags if we have the details...
For a group like Griffith University, QCA | Students, Alumni & Community Support Group a post with an outline as to how to tag could be pinned to the top of the group page with a list of currently known tags for easy access...
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ARI REMIX | Ten Year Anniversary 2011-2021 | News Issue # 1 remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-one-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-august-2020-stage-three-a...? ... See MoreSee Less
Lamingtons @ Sculpture Department @ Qld College of Art Seven Hills, Brisbane 1981 Photographer Russell Lake ... ©One Flat Archive ... See MoreSee Less
Jeanelle Hurst Perhaps Bob Mercer took these?
wow they were a great band. The student union also organised a joint effort band night at the old Ahepa Hall at West End that headlined the Lamingtons. It's a wonder there are not more fotos of the QCA in those days? The sculpture block was always such a great precinct of the college of knowledge! Thanks for sharing!
Hi all would anyone have photos of an installation I constructed at Qld College of Art Seven Hills... It was a room full of screen-printed Frank cutouts on stands... as per mockup below and pic of some of the cutouts later wrapped in plastic as part of another installation in the Sculpture Department... The Frank cutouts were quite large almost to human scale and printed in the print department of the college. ©Jeanelle Hurst Archives ... See MoreSee Less
side note: who is Frank? is this from popular culture?
'After Eight' Performance by Frank Murray & Jeanelle Hurst @ The Sculpture Department @ Qld College of Art Seven Hills, Brisbane 1981. ©Jeanelle Hurst Projects Archive
'Lovely Touch' soundtrack courtesy of the Lamingtons / Many thanks Michael BouwMan ...
Vocals - Robyn Henderson
Drums - Chris Mckimmie
Sax - Michael BouwMan
Guitar - Stefan Greder
Bass - David Baker
Synth - Julian Castans
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A memorable event and fabulous blast from the past.
Frank from Yeppoon?
Jeanelle This is the foolscap instruction sheet I still have for my 'music' I performed on that day to the performance. The Lamingtons (Me, Christine, Stef and Chris McKimmie at least) were almost out of earshot of each other. We interpreted the words as sounds on our instrument (me on alto saxophone). Although it was 40 years ago, I remember every note I played. Not really! (winking emoji inserted here) 90% sure I don't have a recording.
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Thanks Natasha for kindly writing and sharing this personal memoir...https://remix.org.au/little-red-threads-by-artist-natasha-wills-february-2021 ... See MoreSee Less
Hello. Next two deadlines for ARI Remix memory blog posts this year are
*Friday 26 March 2021*
*Friday 29 May 2021
*https://remix.org.au/open-call-ari-remix-artist-social.../ ... See MoreSee Less