Critical Mass: the new Brisbane

Critical Mass: the new Brisbane

Vol 23 no 2, 2003


An account of how a backward sub-tropical city reinvented itself as a major centre for the arts and creative industries. Guest editor Ian Hamilton.


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Artitja Fine Art

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair



Bound and Unbound: Sovereign Acts - decolonising methodologies of the lived and spoken



Melbourne Art Fair



Korean Artist Project

Mimmo Rotella exhibition in Milan



NAVA - National Association for the Visual Arts









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The Campfire Group

Author & Artist: Ms Linda Carroli, feature

The Campfire Group is an independent cultural enterprise where Indigenous and cross-cultural perspectives provide the organising principles. This article talks briefly of Balance 1990, the first exhibition held by The Campfire Group, open to Murris and whitefellas alike with curatorial efforst by Michael Eather, Marlene Hall and Marshall Bell. The diversity of Campfire Group's projects over the past few years is testimony to its members' ability to transform and reinvent artistic practices and introduce those practices to new audiences. Carrolli looks at the various projects, both local and international, which have contributed to the success of the 'transitional authorial figure' that the Campfire Group has come to be.



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