November 4, 2011 1:00 am to March 12, 2012 1:00 am
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) November 4 to March 12 Tasmania
The third and final exhibition in TMAG’s Star/Dust series of contemporary art installations, Newitt’s To Catch a Tiger is part museum display, part public archive and part film set. The installation explores both the historical evidence and our collective memory of the Tasmanian Tiger through performances, images, objects and stories relating to the elusive legend.
To Catch a Tiger examines the human compulsion to connect with something which is just out of reach. It creates a point of connection between issues and opinions related to conservation, wildness, Tasmanian identity and scientific ‘truth’.
Image: James Newitt, Seekers, 2011, video production still
The Repair Workshops is a five day collaborative exploration of the concept of ‘repair’. The workshops will be run as part of the 2011 State of Design Festival held in Melbourne in the last week of July. Eco Innovators are currently seeking expressions of interest from artists, designers, scientists and engineers to be involved in this exciting project that has received funding support from the City of Melbourne. Continue reading “The Repair Workshops: Expression of Interest for Collaborators (State of Design 2011)”
Make Believe is a boutique communications consultancy that works with clients such as The Greens, Amnesty, ACF, GetUp, the Global Poverty Project, Avaaz.org and many more. They come to us for top-level advice, strategy, connections and creative input, as well as delivery on key elements of their campaigns – from email copywriting to print ads or video production.
We are seeking a talented visual thinker and doer to join our team – providing expert, hands-on digital and print design, creative thinking and some project management, all under the direction of our Creative Director. Continue reading “Junior/Mid-weight Graphic Designer position available”
The ABC Open project will offer regional audiences the chance to participate in ways that have never existed before. It will shine a spotlight on regional Australia through text-based stories, blogs, photography, video, and audio published online and on new platforms.
Salary range: $59, 784 – $71,368. Apply to be an ABC Open producer by March 5.
GetUp have some cool jobs up for grabs. Applications close 12 July, 2009