sun setting in 2021 at The Walls, what an incredible contribution and legacy over the past 9 years thanks so much Rebecca Ross and Chris Bennie and hundreds of amazing artists we are immensely grateful for your love, passion, labour, care, imagination, creativity and vision xxxANNOUNCEMENT: THE SUN SETS ON THE WALLS mailchi.mp/cc52d17fd713/announcement-the-sun-sets-on-the-walls ... See MoreSee Less
Wow, deepest gratitude and kudos to Next Door ARI at the Woolloongabba Sub Station [Community Space] . Thanks so much Next Door ARI and all the inspirational activists and artists involved at the recent Backyard: Zine Fair 2021, what a fabulous turn out and such a joy to know that zines and zine making are so lovingly alive and well ( and being collected by artists) in the Brisbane Meeanjin artist-run ecology - it was terrific to have such meaningful chats with artists about EXTRA Issues #1 and #2 and the 2015-2016 ARI Remix "The Scene" Issue art zine edited by artist, designers Brian Doherty and Jane Richens...slowly working now in the artist studio with a messy messy messy collage in the making of ephemera and bits'n'pieces for Issue #3 for this Spring planning for another soft launch somewhere local in November 2021.... remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-2-launch-backyard-zine-fair-august-2021 ... See MoreSee Less
I do remember this one !!
An original 4ZZZ podcast series diving into the station's archives to explore the patchwork past, cultural significance and incredible stories of Brisbane....https://remix.org.au/from-a-to-triple-zed-4zzz-from-a-to-triple-zed-was-produced-as-part-of-4zzzs-45th-birthday-celebrations-if-you-want-to-support-radio-thats-been-independent-and-live-since-1975 ... See MoreSee Less
Artist Erika Scott completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Art) with Honours at the Queensland University of Technology in 2010. Scott was a founding director of the Artist Run Initiative ‘Accidentally Annie St Space’ and more recently runs projects on a rooftop (The Soylent Spot) in Red Hill.
remix.org.au/artist-reflection-memoir-accidentally-annie-street-space-aass-erika-scott ... See MoreSee Less
I loved this project
Here artist Peter Cripps talks about the IMA exhibition and thinking around recession art | acca.melbourne/program/defining-moments-recession-art-and-other-strategies
Come to our second pop-up art exhibition!
Second Bloom opens 5pm 17 September
Popping up at Bib'n'Brace Collective, 95 Commercial Rd, Teneriffe, Brisbane
Second Bloom will showcase a selection of Plexus Gallery’s represented artists, presenting a diverse range of visually compelling and thought-provoking works in various mediums.
Participating artists include: Sona Babajanyan, Renata Buziak, Travis D. Hendrix, Joanna Kambourian, Meredith Macleod, Chris MacPherson, Billy Shannon, Belinda Sinclair, Sabrina Lauriston, Paola Milani and Arthur Knotworthy.
The exhibition runs daily until 26 Sept ... See MoreSee Less
Megahers then and now : Megaherzzz is an intersectional feminist community radio show, broadcast through Brisbane's @4ZZZ 102.1FM. Tune in Mondays 12pm - 1pm. Brisbane, QLD Australia.
remix.org.au/squatting-the-pink-palace-megaherz-hot-beeswax-shane-kneipp ... See MoreSee Less
Megahers, 1984 4ZZZ IWD March 1984
such a great photo.
Jane Grigg x
Paul, just seeing dear sweet Cynthia's face again along with all those other wonderful women was both lovely and sad. Thanks.
Awesome Paul Always great to see this pic thanks Paul! This inage is from IWD March 1984 💜and waaay back then the name was Megahers. Yep. True. No Z
Back row l-r: Wendy Rogers, Jane Grigg, Amanda Collinge, Deb Stutt, Cynthia Irvine, Kerry Davies, aaaand ......don't know. Front l-r: Christina Vogelsang (but someone please correct this as I know that wasnt the name of choice), Maria (dont know last name!), Liz Willis.
Great Paul once again you have stirred peoples memories and they have shared their appreciation and their connection with this group of women back in 1983.😄
After Kerry Davies, Maria's friend from Princhester St, West End. And, yes, Christina in those days. Ingie later
QAA [ Queensland Artworkers Alliance] *Wet Breakfast *flyer, Photocopy art, Artist designer Jane Richens [pictured in art work] at the Spring Hill Baths, Sunday 12 December 1987. QAA 1986-2011 was an important arts advocacy and lobby organisation emerging out from the Artworkers Union Queensland [1982-1986] ... See MoreSee Less
Great to see these posts.
It was so much fun ...
yep a whole group of us swam and dived in formation, practised beforehand... me too... good event
Wonderful poster Jane. Haven't heard anyone talk about the Spring Hill baths in years.🤩
i wish i'd seen that! went to some nice parties there. also where we had swimming lessons in the 60s. Bill Potter . . . shudder
I remember going to Steve Stockwell's birthday party there. Part of the celebration was Steve swimming the length of the pool. I couldn't help but think of Mao swimming the Yangtze.
Australian Arts for Afghanistan| An important and timely message from NAVA | Joint statement and call to action in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan
A small group of creative and cultural workers from the Afghan diaspora in Australia have penned an urgent call to action to the Australian Government to protect and facilitate targeted humanitarian aid to groups whose lives and civil freedoms are at risk under an oppressive Taliban regime.
NAVA, in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan, offers this statement to the creative and cultural industries to read and sign. The statement requests that the Australian Government increase and extend its humanitarian support to the artists, artisans, scholars, writers, and marginalised groups whose lives and creative expression cannot continue under this violent takeover of the country.
Please sign and share this statement of solidarity widely to your networks. Every small action counts at this critical time for the people of Afghanistan.
We will collate all signatures by 28 August and deliver the letter to the Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, Hon Paul Fletcher MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hon Marise Payne MP, Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs of Australia, Hon Alex Hawke MPhttps://www.australianartsforafghanistan.com.auAustral ... See MoreSee Less
Yes we want the Federal government to continue efforts to get as many Afghani people out of Afghanistan as is possible and not to discontinue doing so after the dreadful bombing incident reported on today's news. We must help and not give up.
Another That Space One Nighter photocopy group exhibition flyer popped up today while sifting through the archives, this one made by artists Allen Furlong, Brian Doherty and Dale Chapman Saturday October 17 1987, from memory a series of these were made with different coloured 'X's" across the image, maybe??? ... See MoreSee Less
I didn't produce any with x's
Look Out (2021) Oh lockdown 5!
I’ve been sitting here for too long. I am ready to go out now.
Sounds: Sahalé – Shérazade ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline Photos💖 STAUNCH AND RAUNCH 💖
Join us again this Saturday for a very special panel talk facilitated by exhibiting artist Mossy Jade Johnson and friends Dani, Pip, and Sariah from 2pm!
Covering topics of queerness, sexuality and identity as a part of her current show "Girl Next Door", drop in to Gallery 1 to hear Mossy will be in conversation.
If you are unable to attend the panel will also be going live via Mossy's Instagram channel (@mossy_333).
Cool Change Contemporary
First floor, Bon Marche Arcade Building
74-84 Barrack St, Perth
For more information visit www.coolchange.net.au
Additionally, whilst we have lift access, the doorway is currently only 68.5cm wide, the inside 115cm deep and 98cm wide. Our gallery doorways are 78cm wide.
Please contact us for more information or assistance accessing the space - email@example.com
We wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land we are based on, the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. We pay our respect to their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.
Image credit Mossy Jade Johnson ... See MoreSee Less
I remember sometime in the late 80's people making projections on Brisbane buildings. SGIO and another building near the GPO. Was very interesting at the time for me
Yes its true, John and Carl - Jeanelle Hurst's artist curator project Interface 88 is one of the most important experimental and memorable public art projects in Australian art history | remix.org.au/aris-interface88-jeanellehurst
Vale Ross Pulbrook August 2021. Sadly Ross passed away suddenly last Thursday evening after a fall in his home. Ross was a much loved artist friend and loved by so many, admired deeply by many for his selflessness, charm, grace, generosity and his deft sense of humour. Our loving thoughts and condolences go to his beloved partner Keiran Dwyer, Ross's family and friends during this deeply sad time. Travel well dear Ross, forever remembered. xxx ... See MoreSee Less
Please add some words into this memory tribute page for dear Ross : remix.org.au/vale-artist-ross-pulbrook-19-august-2021/
**It's a ZOOM Ball !!!.**........https://remix.org.au/its-a-zoom-ball-zoom-party-science-dance-dungog-masked-ball-2021-online-version-free-sat-21-august-7pm ... See MoreSee Less
Surely an event not to be missed!!!!!!
ARI Remix Newsletter Issue # 3 online now | Feature Image here by artist Natasha Wills, profile in the news... remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-three-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-august-2021-stage-three... ... See MoreSee Less
Richard, Sally, Maria and Julia, here it is, that artists' ephemera item; a photocopy flyer made [with letraset we used for zines and artists' ephemera making] for your group exhibition in October 1987 in The Garage I mentioned added into the remix fyi thanks so muchly! | remix.org.au/portfolio_page/exhibitions-one-night-maria-filippow-sally-hart-julia-bell-richard-ob... ... See MoreSee Less
woooo that’s fantastic!!!!!!!!
In my first Brisbane group show. Has anybody heard from Julia Bell?
I remember that!!!
love that font* - Pat (SWE) uses it a lot, a few years later. I thought it was obscure at the time but it’s just some Helvetica variant. *I love the whole thing