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FurtherStudio - realtime, online digital net art residencies

FurtherStudio is an exploratory, year long project, set up to create online, real-time, net art residencies with three UK-based artists. Each residency lasts for 3 months, during which time the artists need not leave their studio or home environments, as the FurtherStudio web facility offers a public window on the artist's PC desktop as they work. Chat online to the artists via the website @ http://www.furtherfield.org/furtherstudio/

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Melbourne's CH31 Pluck TV looking for producers

PLUCK TV broadcasts nightly @ 5.30pm on C31 MELBOURNE. The show is made entirely by people under 25 and is aimed at 11-19 year olds. PLUCK is the training ground for Melbourne youth in television production and a platform for their art, opinions, short films, vox pops, animations and whatever else Melbourne youth want on their TV. New Producers are invited to contact the show with their ideas. Read more for details.

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Transigence 2004 - calls for submissions: interactive audio art

Soundtoys.net has secured a series of exhibitions for interactive audio visual art and net art for later in the year. These venues include The Watershed Media Centre in Bristol and Dana Centre London. A cd is planned to be produced (subject to funding) representing audio visual art and media 1998-2004 so please send in your work. read more or visit http://www.soundtoys.net for details

Revolution:USA project calls for submissions, art of US politics

Developed by Coldcut and NomIg. (webmasters behind the Mutek festival website), Revolution:USA is an online, multimedia political art project created as a way to gather together artists around the world who have something to say about the state of American politics. It is intended to act as a catalyst for both audiovisual art and the development of public awareness surrounding politics and their effect on our lives. There is a large amount of art devoted to this topic and we are creating a project which will serve as a portal, resource and means of dissemination for such art. visit http://www.nomig.net/revusa for more details or read on

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Whatever Music

Whatever Music features diverse and emerging Australian talent

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The actors conservatory

The Actors Conservatory is an acting, film & theatre, public speaking, voice & speech skills. classes in Brisbane. visit http://www.theactorsconservatory.com for more details

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The Hauntingly Beautiful mousemoon looking for friends

We're looking for friends all round Australia to team up with and put on events and happenings...

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Clatterbox

clatterbox believes that the creation of experimental musical instruments plays a vital role in the development of unique musical cultures. The clatterbox.net.au website has been created to document and explore experimental musical instrument building in Australia. clatterbox is always on the lookout for new material on experimental instrument building. clatterbox is interested in everything!

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Youth Assist calls for designers for poster designs

Youth Assist is calling for youth designers, graph artists, photographers, illustrators, cartoonists, and visual expressionists to enter the Youth Assist poster design competition. The competition starts immediately and will close 31 May - visit http://www.youthassist.org for details

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Falling Hats - Appropriation in Sydney experimental music

Falling Hats: Appropriation in Sydney Experimental Electronic Music is a radio feature that went to air on FBi Radio Sydney on Sunday 2004-02-15. Now you can listen to it online, as 40kbps streaming mp3pro via http://anonradio.net/menu.htm. A look at musical appropriation, sampling, quotation and audio collage, from the perspectives of several Sydney underground artists. The first hour features some of the more experienced luminaries of the field, including Rik Rue; Garry Bradbury and Tom Ellard of Severed Heads; and John Blades of the Loop Orchestra. Learn all about cutups and tape loops, and why Deep Forest isn't cool. The second hour focuses on the new generation, including Adrian Bertram of Wake Up And Listen; Luke Collison aka Dsico; and Toecutter from System Corrupt; Find out about plunderphonics, bootlegs and breakcore. The program ends with a discussion of copyright, fair use p2p and the MP3 debate.

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