Monthly Archives: May 2011

Colourfest Film Festival

‘Colourfest Film Festival is Australia’s first national short film festival dedicated to the works of culturally diverse Australian film makers. Screening in three cities, four venues with a total of eight sessions Colourfest is the upcoming festival worth checking out. … Continue reading

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Velvet Hammer

Woot! Sir Loins, on the strength of ONE set (ever), has managed to score a place on this amazing bill!

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That Striped Sunlight (blog)

Just happened upon this blog of Aussie music — very happy making!

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Almost forgot I even had a blog… BETTY BETTY BETTY

Hectic times organising Camp Betty, sorry! Less than two weeks ’til opening night! Oh, my… Here are some more workshops etc, with links to the Facebook pages: Community, safety, inclusion and other lies. A panel discussion. ‘A panel featuring: Wai Ho, … Continue reading

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Camp Betty program — the beginning

More to come — keep checking the website for details! ‘FRIDAY 10 JUNE 2011: Opening night ’5 Minutes of Infamy’ Friday 10 June: 5pm – 7.30pm Registration, Acknowledgement of Country and official Camp Betty opening, live tunes by ‘The Oscars’ and … Continue reading

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I want my writing to stink…

‘The attraction for a writer of working with paint and colour and texture and form, has to do, I think, with the materiality of the work, the bodily strength and movement that is required: a kind of envy for the … Continue reading

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Camp Betty in the Scavenger…

Many thanks to the Scavenger crew for publishing Madame’s article about Camp Betty!

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