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DIY Creative Archiving for Artist-Run Initiatives Matters- Help Preserve the DIY ARI Remix Living Archives Collaboration into the future
Hi, I'm Paul Andrew, an ARI enthusiast and queer artist researcher with a long measure of experience in starting and running artist-run spaces...https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-preserve-ari-remix-living-archives ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks everyone for your donations, care, kindness and generosity so far I am truly grateful ...and here is the direct link for the ARI Remix Project crowdfunding campaign to get through the next two years with a wee bit of added community support. Kindly share with your social media and personal networks if you can. Thank heavens the community archives movement is now growing with popularity and public interest xxxPaul
Hi everyone thanks soooo much for kindly reading and sharing these many artist memory posts over the past five years years, we hope you are enjoying them, and if you would like to enjoy more artist memories of Australian ARI Heritage (post 1970) over the years to come just like these maybe you can kindly share and help with love via this link, have a magic day and thanks for caring about preserving local and biodiverse DIY culture and social enterprise:) xxx:Paul Andrew
Thanks dear Ev for kindly writing and sharing this evocative ARI activist memory and helping us with the ongoing project of queering the archives....https://remix.org.au/vacuuming-queen-street-mall-1990s-queer-brisbane-ari-recollections-by-evelyn-hartogh-1989-2017/ ... See MoreSee Less
if you can kindly help us raise the $3000.00 (AUD) needed to keep web hosting, growing and expanding this collective living archive project into 2019 -2020 that would be truly awesome.....https://remix.org.au/support-remix ... See MoreSee Less
Long before the Judith Wright Centre opened in October 2001 sixteen years earlier in 1985 Belltower Designers Lindy Stokes, John Boundy, Chris Feld rented the premises and collaborated with a group of artists who had artist studios and beds on the first floor of the the old biscuit and tea factories. Together they reactivated the empty and abandoned 420 Brunswick Street building in Fortitude Valley into a lively arts and design place/space. [ 288 more words ] remix.org.au/belltower-studios-fortitude-valley-interview-with-lindy-stokes-and-chris-feld-s-c-a-...... See MoreSee Less
The Institute of Modern Art have just launched a new gallery space under the name "Belltower" - but all the PR I've seen has missed this obvious link. My recollection was that at around this time folk involved in projects at that location also lived at 100 Sydney Street ... which for those who like perverse links was in fact the poet Judith Wright's address when she first moved to Brisbane in the 1940s ... an anecdote for the share house / ware house history of Brisbane. And yep, Queens Arms, John Willsteed. The IMA stuff here - ima.org.au/news/ima-belltower-at-judith-wright-centre-of-contemporary-arts/
Art and environment in the South Moreton Bay Islands: responsive, ephemeral, contemporary. Canaipa Mudlines Residencies 2018 – 2019 Canaipa Mudlines finds company within the broader movement of art practice that adopts the natural environment as studio, gallery, archive, teacher, trigger, idea-smith, wise collaborator and honest critic. Since 2016 we have come alive to the outer movements and changes, the subtitles and minutiae, as well as the wild and unpredictable behaviours that characterise a world that lies beyond the control and restraining power of the ingenious human engineer. [ 231 more words ] remix.org.au/canaipa-mudlines-art-ecology-artist-residencies-2018-2019/... See MoreSee Less
Amazing Adam did you have to be there a lot to keep it all clicking over and working okay?
The computer that drove the Clickety Clackety display boards was primative - best translate file formats from something more modern - AMIGA IFF-ILBM format massaged into Apple ][ format and squeezed down a null modem and Clickety Clackety ... communitycation ...
We live in a society swamped with images, where high value is placed on physical appearance and an association between attractiveness and youth, particularly for women. Flesh after Fifty will explore and challenge negative stereotypes of aging whilst celebrating and promoting positive images of older women through art. Australian artists have a history of photographing, painting and sculpting the female form, mostly by and for men whose interest in exploring youth, vulnerability and beauty has dominated the images we recognise. [ 337 more words ] remix.org.au/flesh-after-fifty/... See MoreSee Less
Women's Art Register The Women’s Art Register is Australia’s living archive of women’s art practice (non-binary and trans inclusive) and a National, Artist-Run and Not-for-Profit community and resource. Assessed as a ‘Collection of National Significance’ through the Heritage Collections Council in 2009, this unique archive houses the images, catalogues, posters and ephemera of over 5000 Australian and International artists. Since 1975 the Women’s Art Register has provided an inclusive, independent platform for research, education, advocacy and support for its members and the Arts and Education sectors, enhancing the status of women artists and addressing issues of equity, professional practice and cultural heritage. [ 174 more words ] remix.org.au/womens-art-register-http-www-womensartregister-org/... See MoreSee Less
Boxcopy’s annual art auction is on Saturday 8th June. The Annual will launch their new home at 16 Merivale Street, South Brisbane from 5pm to 9pm. Boxcopy’s annual art auction is your chance to collect work by some of Australia’s most exciting and collectible artists. You’ll also be supporting one of Australia’s longest running artist run spaces, all funds raised will go towards paying emerging artists and writers in the forthcoming program. [ 341 more words ] remix.org.au/boxcopys-annual-art-auction-on-saturday-8th-june-2019-at-a-new-home/... See MoreSee Less