Hunter's new charity cd is available today "Australian Hip Hop Supports CanTeen". 100% of the money goes to CanTeen to help kids with cancer. he would have loved to have seen it released, I'm sure. I hope you can all support it.
Call yourself a geek? Fancy some money to make some digital art, or help other people to discover their inner geek? If you answered yes, the Australia Council's Digital Culture Fund and Geek in Residence program may be just what you're looking for.
The Digital Culture Fund offers up to $40,000 for artists working with innovative technologies in a live context with a strong focus on audience engagement. The Geek in Residence program offers up to $25,000 towards a technically confident artist (or artistically confident technician) to work in an arts organization on a temporary subsidized placement.
To find out more you are invited to a series of special events taking place in major cities around Australia. You will have the chance to hear all about the work the Australia Council for the Arts is doing to support the digital era, find out more about these two funds, meet some of last year‚Äôs successful applicants and do some 'geek speed dating'.
dualpLOVER are proud to announce the French proto world punk explosion that is Vialka will be playing a FREE show at the Tokio Hotel Bar (Home nightclub front bar) on the 14th April, thats right absolutely free no strings attached free, Vialka will be onstage at 10pm SHARP for an hours set of the duo's patented drums and baritone guitar magic.
The buzz around Horrorshow is staggering: they've swept up everyone from triple j kids to purist hip hop heads and indie hipsters. Their new album Inside Story was triple j Album of the Week and their joint launch with Urthboy sold out the Metro Theatre in Sydney.
On September 17 and 18, Melbourne and Sydney unite with 200,000 people dancing for peace around the Australia and the world. In conjuction with the United Nations World Peace Day, Earthdance creates global unity through the creative platforms of music, art and self expression. Earthdance is a global movement which unites socially and environmentally conscious people in more than 50 countries around the world in a celebration of peace and community.
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