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[brisbane] Localise - a bi-monthly event featuring local artists

Saturday Aug 2 7-11pm. Bands: Rosalind, Medulla, The Daisycutters plus special guests at St.Andrew's Basement 160 Vulture St. South Brisbane All ages - drug/alcohol free

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[brisbane] Wild Spaces film festival

Wild Spaces film festival is Australia's only environmental and social justice film festival. This year the festival will screen films to inform and inspire from around Australia and the world in August. Visit the website at http://www.wildspaces.foe.org.au for program info

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[canberra] "I wake to the burble of an electronic voice" seminar

How does a graduate of Computer Science at the ANU come to be writing about Cuba from the seat of a folding bicycle? Lynette Chiang will talk about how she went from learning IT on the ANU's DEC-10, through being an "Oracle oracle", to marketer and author. She will show photos from, and talk about, her new book "The Handsomest Man in Cuba".

[brisbane] BEMAC "Spotlight" Series concerts

BEMAC "Spotlight" Series - an intimate concert atmosphere with a focus on the work of soloists, duos and trios. The much traveled duo "The Hottentots" will be performing at Kangaroo Point on Friday 1st August.

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The Girls In Space report

The Girls In Space report written by Anita Egginton, has been posted on the Yspace web site at http://www.yspace.net in the "New Resources" section. The focus of the Girls In Space action research has been, since 1996, to explore young women's recreation and leisure interests in public spaces in Brisbane. The women that this research is focused on are aged 12-25. The audience for this piece of work is diverse.

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[brisbane] Glock on a break but Elation @ Valley Fiesta

The band Glock are taking break at the moment - expect to see them performing again towards end of year. In the meanwhile, Elation are playing in Valley Mall @ 3pm as part of Valley Fiesta so if you're looking to shake yer booty, check it out

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Party in Bali to support Aus & Indonesian people

Following the devastation of October 12 in Bali, and the effect it has had on the livelihoods of both Australian and Indonesian families, Melbourne's Vegas Boys have come together with Air Paradise, Bali

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[newcastle] Indonesian gamelan lessons

Gamelan lessons starting up again! A new season of Indonesian gamelan lessons is starting at the Royal Exchange (34 Bolton St, Newcastle - just up from the Herald offices). Beginners are welcome to learn this attractive percussion music, and the early stages are very easy - you'll be playing tunes within minutes.

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[brisbane] Small Black Box, this Sunday IMA Brisbane

Machina aux Rock (rock as a machine - Melbourne)
resi-quat (cassette tape collage - Brisbane)
Camilla Hannan (surround sound composition - Melbourne)
http://www.smallblackbox.com.au

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[sydney] Short Soup international short film and food festival September 26, 2003

CALL FOR ENTRIES CLOSING DATE IS AUGUST 10, 2003. Sydney Olympic Park has been staging many national and international performances and exhibitions that comprised its major public programming since Sydney Olympic Games 2000. Short Soup international short film and food festival is an initiative by SOPA (Sydney Olympic Park Authority) to present and promote culturally diverse communities in the Western Sydney region by mixing the two essential ingredients 'Art' and 'Culture' over one-day celebration.

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HEYWIRE -- THE ABC GIVES REGIONAL YOUTH A VOICE - APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!

HEYWIRE -- THE ABC GIVES REGIONAL YOUTH A VOICE - APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN! Heywire has returned in 2003 giving young people from regional and rural Australia the chance to get their voices heard on ABC Radio about issues that are important for them and to attend the Heywire Youth Issues Forum at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra.

[newcastle] ARTwalk exhibitions

The ARTwalk project has been a great success and has provided Hunter artists with the opportunity to show their impressive talents. The first ARTwalk exhibition proper still has a number weeks to runs so there's still a chance to see the jewellery, sculpture, paintings, installations, textiles and textures, graffiti and ceramics, mixed media, works on paper, photography, video artistry, mug shots, the greener city garden and of course the marvelous Cakeshop.

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[tas] "Youth: Voices of tomorrow: Dancing into the Future - What tune are YOU dancing to?" forum

Youth forum: for those in Tasmania on 24th July: "Youth: Voices of tomorrow: Dancing into the Future - What tune are
YOU dancing to?" Date: 24 July 2003; 6 p.m. All welcome for this youth forum for people 15 - 25 to have their
say, air their views and opinions (to be broadcast across Tasmania the following week on ABC Radio 936 Tuesday 7:10 )
http://www.abc.net.au/heywire/about.htm

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[newcastle] The University of Newcastle Annual Human Rights and Social Justice Lecture

The University of Newcastle Annual Human Rights and Social Justice Lecture. "Walking an ethical fault line: Where is Australia headed?

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[melb] LUNA LANDING a night in psychedelic dance space

Come and experiance a night of sonic sorcery and phosphorescent space Travel with Melbournes cutting edge electronic DJ's and Artists : FRIDAY 25th JULY : 9pm - Day Late : MOON, LEGOHEAD, ALIAS, AUSTUDY, SGT DAN, AVIDD ALDOOFBANGA : http://www.loonatic.cjb.net

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