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'Tim Burton: The Exhibition' is showing at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image from 24 June to 10 October, 2010. The accompanying free Polaroid exhibit runs until 26 September. The program also includes live events featuring talks, gallery tours, film screenings and kids’ workshops.
Special guest Glenn D Lowry, Director of The Museum of Modern Art, will give a Keynote Address for the first time in Australia on the future of museums followed by a panel discussion on 24 June from 2pm. The Keynote Address is free but bookings are essential. See: www.acmi.net.au
Published June 2010
Poet, writer and lecturer in the School of Culture and Communications at the University of Melbourne Tony Birch lives near the grand enigmatic Melbourne Gateway usually seen form the airport road. He writes about its underbelly where odour and mess show it to be both fucked and beautiful.
Anthropologist Eve Vincent has done fieldwork in mining towns in South Australia. She writes about Ali Russell's documentary Keeper about mining on Kokatha land near Ceduna.
Emeritus Flinders University Professor and philosopher Donald Brook writes about his 'new theory' and why it has never been taken up. He wonders: 'Could it be that he is wrong?'
Marmalade-maker and Phd candidate at the University of Technology in Sydney Jessie Lymn's writing focuses on her research into unconventional archival spaces that hold collections of zines, those idiosyncratic sites of memory.
Gallery 6a, Hobart
9 April - 1 May 2010
Margie Borschke was in Canada in the mid 1980s when she discovered the Underground.
Curator: Deborah Clark
Canberra Museum and Gallery
6 February - 6 June 2010
Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney Glenn Barkley surveys the hole in contemporary Australian art starting at the 1973 Mildura Sculpturescape.
Caren Florance is Ampersand Duck, a blog and nom de press for activities including letterpress printing. Florance has breathed the ink and describes the history of moveable type focusing on the recent past and the present and how something magical happens to text when it is printed.
Curators: Charlotte Day and Sarah Tutton
Art Gallery of South Australia
27 February – 2 May 2010