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2004 Next Wave Festival Submission Deadline Friday

A reminder: Next Wave is currently seeking submissions for next year's festival (to be held from the 18th - 30th May 2004). The deadline for submissions is coming Friday 1st August. The 2004 festival's theme is Unpopular Culture.

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.

colloquy: issue 7 & Call For Papers

Colloquy: text critique theory, a journal produced by Monash postgraduates, has been offering insights into young researchers' areas of investigation for eight years. The journal also provides a much needed opportunity for post-graduates to have their work published in a fully refereed journal. This email is a Call For Papers for the 2004 issue. Any papers written by post-graduate students on literature and literary theory or discourse and culture will be considered for publication.

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The all Australian MilkBar featured online

The Aussie MilkBar is an icon in it's own right. Created as a thesis for it's creator Craig Bellamy, http://www.milkbar.com.au is a site showcasing the inner Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy as well as some of the locals who visit the local milkbar. The site delves into globalisation issues, as well as providing an oral history of the place and point in time. Do you love visiting your favourite milkbar either now or during your childhood? Take a photo and submit it to the site and be a part of the project yourself!

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Cinewest flEXiff - calls for submissions for image makers & multimedia artists

flEXiff is a global community cultural development and screen culture initiative by CINEWEST, which expands across 2 decades. flEXiff invites image makers and multimedia artists who are willing to:
-Disperse their work universally and eternall
-Challenge the already existing alternative model structures that are merely a verisimilitude for the mainstream industry
-Deconstruct the commercial values projected for particular art works by particular producers, promoters and distributors

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Impakt Online: "Database Dilemmas" Call for Proposals

http://www.impakt.nl/online/

Database Dilemmas
The third and final theme for this year's Impakt Online commissions will be "Database Dilemnas". The deadline for submitting proposals is September 15, 2003. From these proposals, two projects will be chosen for the commission, which will be publically launched on December 1, 2003. Thematic and practical details follow:

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the 12th International symposium on electronic art - CALL for PROPOSALS

http://www.isea2004.net

We are currently inviting proposals for projects and papers for the exhibitions, conferences and associated programs during ISEA2004. Projects might include: works for exhibition in a gallery; workshops; installations in public spaces; live performance; interfaced screenings; games or shared environments; projects which encourage remote participation - etc.

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cleansurface.org - submersive urban art & culture jamming

What exactly is urban art these days? And does it have the power to make a difference in these modern times? Explore cleansurface.org and it's related websites and you just might gain a better insight. The streets of Melbourne and other cities around the world are littered with street art if you look closely enough - graffiti to some, social activism to others..

The site has links to the billboard liberation front and it's advertising manifesto which encourages "the masses to use any means possible to commandeer the existing media and to alter it to their own design.". There is a wealth of articles based on culture jamming as well as examples of grafitti activism from 'shutup & shop'.

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