ART AND MAYHEM will have the worlds first RADIO STRIPATHON!
Over 2 hours Daz and Mayhem will remove one item of clothing in exchange for each subscription or donation from callers during the show!
It's all in aid of 2SER and keeping it on air.
tune in from 4-6pm either from the streaming link or 107.3 on ye olde FM radio dial.
you can subscribe by calling 9514 9514 but also online.
support the last vestiges of art education in sydney at: SELF RAISING -
COFA SA ANNUAL EMERGING ARTIST AND DESIGNER AWARD,
at Kudos Gallery, 6 Napier St. Paddington
UNSW College of Fine Arts is regarded as one of Australia’s premier
university art and design schools, COFA excels in nurturing exceptional
talent in artists and designers who go forward to mould and shape the
image and ideas of our nation.
COFA SA's fourth annual emerging artist and designer award, SELF RAISING,
promotes the work of the next generation, direct from the studios of
the university, our future Art and Design stars.
COFA Students' Association invited student artists and designers to
submit work for competition, well over 200 entries were received, and the 40
finalists will be shown at Kudos Gallery for judging and exhibition
next week. Contemporary artists THE KINGPINS lead the judging panel with
Dinosaur Designs’ director, designer LOUISE OLSEN, and artist / curator
AARON SEETO. The judges will choose one over-all winner and seven
commendations. The works will be judged in regard to excellence and
innovation in design, concept, use of materials and technique.
The exhibition covers a cross section of art and design forms from
painting to performance, to jewellery and textiles. SELF RAISING gives
us a glimpse into the creative talents of the nation's most talented young
artists and designers. The exhibition will be opened by Dean of COFA,
Professor Ian Howard at 6.30pm on Tuesday 24 October, followed by the
awards presentation by student representatives of the Kudos Gallery
"MEETING POINTS" by Jasmine Avril
AT DON'T LOOK Experimental New Media Gallery
419 New Canterbury Rd (Near Marrickville Rd), Dulwich Hill
WHO: Jasmine Avril
CONTACT: Greg Shapley - Ph: 0401 152 434, Email:
The exhibition 'Meeting Points' plays with notions of travel, longing,
miscommunication, and unintended consequences. Using fleets of paper
planes (symbols capable of inferring everything from childhood
innocence to terrorism), Avril conveys a desire to escape; escape from
the drudgery of everyday life, as well as our current dire world
politic. Tied to helium balloons, however, this way out may lie
cruelly just beyond our reach.
In another room a number of television sets will conduct a kind of
awkward conversation in mispronounced languages. This 'league of
stations' will use typical lines from language phrase books, spoken by
an anglo-centric computer voice. The outcome is a series of incessant,
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT GREG SHAPLEY ON 0401 152 434 OR
THE BICYCLE FILM FESTIVAL IS IN SYDNEY OCTOBER 26-28!!!
Opening Night Party is on at Sydney Uni with screenings over 3 days.
Two-wheeled transportation will take over Sydney, Australia as the Sixth Annual Bicycle Film Festival rolls into town. The Bicycle Film Festival (BFF) kicks off on October 26, 2006 with the opening night Bikes Rock Pary and screenings October 27 and 28 at the University of Sydney, Bosch Theatre 2, Western Ave, Camperdown (close to Carillon Ave). Valet bicycle parking provided by MASSBUG.
Admission $10 + booking fee per session.
$37 + booking fee for a festival pass - limited number only!
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY UNION ACCESS CENTRE IN PERSON OR BY CALLING 1800 013 201!!!
Walking the street ended on sunday ad despite my whinges about dogy token ocmmunity art projects it had some really nice stuff innit.
Personal faves were ticket bags in bike shop, plus weird dolly head bottles, and the glittery horsey further down.
WTS organisers have a public poll - so punters can vote for favourite work!
This year the public get a chance to vote on their favourite artwork! In order to vote please provide name of artist, title of artwork and shopfront site. You can vote by email email@example.com or by phone 02 9519 0815 or text message 0422 107 074. The Peoples' Choice Award is $400 Cash Award, $200 voucher for Covered in Paint, $50 gift voucher at Leo Monks and a $35 gift voucher at Fish records so vote now and make an artist smile!
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