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Mildura Palimpsest

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Mildura Palimpsest is an Australian and international visual arts festival. Described as the Biennale of the bush, the festival showcases over 100 international and local artists’ work. Installations in historic buildings, motels, shop fronts and even a service station makes the Mildura Palimpsest a truly unique festival. The theme of the eighth festival in 2011…

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STUDIO ArtBreak: Daniel Crooks

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Melbourne based multidisciplinary artist Daniel Crooks is the first Australian to be nominated in the Signature Art Prize in Singapore. Here he talks of his work and his interest in the representation of time and spatial dimensions. Daniel Crooks’ works will appear at the Adelaide Biennal of Australian Art from 2 March-29 April as part…

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Sydney Festival TV: Edge of Elsewhere

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Isn’t it annoying when you’re at home playing Playstation, and a cow wanders in to block your view? Photographer Michel Tuffery’s satirical work is part of Edge of Elsewhere, a visual arts exhibition at Sydney Festival. From Campbelltown Arts Centre to Haymarket’s 4A Gallery and way beyond, the project engages with the diverse cultural mix…

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Singapore, Dancing and Dead Birds – November on STUDIO

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  November was another busy month for STUDIO’s production team. From Brisbane to Singapore, we captured some of the most exciting Australian artists and their work. First up, STUDIO ventured to Singapore for the Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation Signature Art Prize, a triennial ceremony which recognises the most outstanding contemporary artwork produced in the Asia…

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STUDIO ArtBreak: Queen Street Studio

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The AbaF award-winning relationship between Queen Street Studio and Frasers Property in Sydney’s suburb of Chippendale has resulted in an inner-city space for artists, writers and performers to work. This STUDIO ArtBreak explores how the project came together, and how it became a local artistic institution.

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