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  • From hereon: posthuman, antihuman, nonhuman

    18 September – 28 November 2020. Free exhibition. Australian Centre for Photography A VISUAL ARTS EXHIBITION FEATURING VIRTUAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES THAT SPECULATE ON WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN – OR NOT THE ARTISTS Tully Arnot + Josh Harle, Hayden Fowler, Tristan Jalleh, Georgie Roxby Smith, Maija Tammi (Finland) and Liam Young, along with Brett […]

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  • Spring 2020 – Fresh news from Melbourne and Sydney

    Spring has Sprung! Well it’s been a tough year so far, but as my business has been operating for 20 years in 2020, I’m not ready to hang up the boots just yet!. I’ll be having a 21st party for JBMandM next year.  We are still open for business and are adapting to this new world […]

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  • Melbourne Arts Precinct Audience Survey

    Over the last year I’ve been working with Arts Access Victoria and Arts Centre Melbourne to conduct an arts precinct approach to audience development that focuses on accessible and inclusive programming. This is incredibly important, especially now with COVID, to make sure venues and their programs are accessible and inclusive to all. The Melbourne Arts Precinct is the area […]

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  • MEDIA RELEASE: Australian Centre for Photography opens new premises on Foley Street in Darlinghurst.

    Australian Centre for Photography is proud to announce the opening of our new and extended premises located at 19 Foley Street, next to the current ACP Project Space Gallery in Darlinghurst. This new and dynamic venue will see us expand our creative footprint through increased gallery space, an ACP resource library, and education facilities. Additionally, the […]

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  • Dubai World Expo postponed

    Due to COVID 19, the Dubai World Expo has been postponed a full year to now open in October, 2021. We will be in contact with artists and companies to advise future planning for the Arts and Cultural Program. For more information please click here

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  • Winter enews

    It has been a very tough time for all of us with the impact of COVID19. My arts and entertainment community has been hit especially hard in Australia and all over the world. Many of my fellow freelancers have lost everything overnight with devastating consequences on their lives with no clear view for resumption this year. […]

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  • Think Inside the Square

    I’ve been asked recently to talk on a number of panels to give practical insights on helping clients react quickly to the COVID crisis and how it is affecting their businesses. I recently spoke for The Australia Council for the Arts episode of ‘Think Inside the Square’, digital adaption local approach. I was joined on […]

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    The Gallipoli Memorial Club have launched a virtual tour of this year’s Gallipoli Art Prize, offering one innovative way for people to commemorate Anzac Day during coronavirus restrcitions. The online virtual tour can be accessed through https://www.gallipoliartprize.org.au/virtual-tour/. Viewers can ‘walk through’ through the exhibition of 35 finalist works and click on each work for more […]

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    Alison Mackay, of St George’s Basin on the NSW South Coast, has won the 2020 Gallipoli Art Prize ($20 000 acquisitive prize funded by the Gallipoli Memorial Club) with her powerful work ‘Breathe’ depicting nine different gas masks, mostly from WW1. As a NSW south coast resident, Alison began thinking about breathing masks and respirators […]

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  • Gallipoli Art Prize

    Winner of the 2020 Gallipoli Art Prize, Alison Mackay, acceptance speech and descibes how the recent bush fires in NSW influenced her work.

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