September 2, 2010 6:30 pm
This is your chance to catch a film that has been described as ‘an entertaining swipe at corporate irresponsibility’ (The Hollywood Reporter).
Level 2 44 Foster St Surry Hills, New South Wales 2010 Australia. More information
Van Rudd is an artist and he’s running in the PM’s seat as an independent backed by the new but tiny Socialist Revolutionary Party. See the story on ABC tonight.
Check our our feature we did on Van Rudd last Year
To be held on Tuesday 18th May 2010 with special guests: Klein-Dytham Architecture, Tokyo.
Urban Village Melbourne is calling for presenters, creatives, actives, makers, thinkers, to present 20×20, 20 slides, 20 seconds a slide.
This got a large turnout last event so is a great opportunity to share your inspiring work
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February 20, 2010
the world’s largest 24‐hour online streaming event, happening on Saturday the 20th of February 2010 at . This is a true, last minute, we‐can‐do‐it fundraiser, mobilized less than a week ago, spreading today to over 130 cities globally with 100% of proceeds destined for ready‐to‐go reconstruction projects in earthquake‐ravaged Haiti.
Featuring: Mike Finch (Circus Oz). Zoe Doran (Penny Rose Boutique) + Dave Fidel, (Mondoponcho Media). Beatriz Maturana (Architects for Peace) + Anthony McInneny (RMIT Public Art). Paul Paton (Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages). Damien Malott (Ecoresonance). Dianne Moy (VEIL). Diego Ramirez Lovering (Monash Architecture). Paul Barbera (Where They Create). Emilio
Fuscaldo (Nest Architects). Nadee (Rebecca Rasmussen). Marckenson Brown.
Entry 6.30, presentations from 7pm (Melbourne streams global at 8pm) 1000 Pound Bend, 361 Lt Lonsdale St. More Info: Melbourne
Featuring: Adrian Lahoud, Dominic Dowling, Paul Pholeros, Liesl Hazelton, Oliver Watts, Hugh Snelgrove, Dougal Phillips, Adam Goodrum, Jen Peedom Mano Ponnambalam
140 George Street The Rocks. 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm More Info: Sydney
December 14, 2009 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Jackson Black Films presents a documentary about two groups of young Sudanese refugees who write and perform hip hop music; . ACMI cinemas, Federation Square.
December 9, 2009 5:45 pm to 9:30 pm
Sustainable Living Foundation is holding a private screening of Where The Wild Things Are in order to raise money for the art exhibitions at the Sustainable Living Festival next February. There will also be a Silent Auction of pre-loved pieces and small artworks.
Westgarth Theatre Melbourne, Tickets $17
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