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Stephanie Britton

Adelaide, South Australia

Stephanie Britton founded Artlink in 1981 as a bi-monthly 20-page black and white magazine with the initial aim of providing a national profile for South Australian art, and linking the various contemporary art organisations which existed in Adelaide.
She continues as Executive Editor, writing, editing and mentoring new editors and writers for the quarterly themed national and international journal. As CEO and a Director of Artlink Australia she is responsible for the overall operation of the magazine. She was trained as an artist in South Africa and London, and did postgraduate studies at Flinders University. She has worked as a curator and an organiser of events such as Artists Week of the Adelaide Festival. She was a co-founder of the Australian Network for Art & Technology.

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Editorial: Art in the face of disaster
Humanity seems to be on the brink of annihilating the natural world on which we depend. Our quarrelsome species has built a gigantic web of capitalism, connecting global corporations, consumerism, the markets, the military, rhetoric machines called politicians and the organisations and institutions that now include, tragically, the universities.
Disaster & Fortitude
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Traditional Skills: Refugees
South Australia's Craftsouth ran an outstanding workshop series in May 2010 where refugees with traditional craft skills from six countries taught their secrets to Australian craftspeople.
Diaspora
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The Push Pull Decade
Artlink began thirty years ago in a corner of an office in Adelaide. Today it is available in the Tate Modern Bookshop purveying its unique brand of attention to important issues in contemporary art, mostly Australian, often international, wherever the ideas are sharp and the ideals are idealistic.
Stirring II
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Patronage of the Passionate
Stephanie Britton was very impressed by her visit to the country's only art gallery devoted to contemporary art made by Chinese artists - White Rabbit Gallery and its third six monthly hang titled 'The Big Bang'.
Stirring II
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The Meandering River: Slowing Down and Keeping Going
The notion of public art has been shifting over the years to include hopeful new models for change in a time of uncertainty - festivals, the temporal, the long term developmental and experimental thinking about how art can modify and influence the public realm.
Art in the Public Arena
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4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, Japan
4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale (FT4), Japan 5 September – 23 November 2009
Changing Climates in Arts Publishing
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talking it through: publishing in a carbon neutral future

Changing Climates in Arts Publishing
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Video loops and VIP dinners: 2008 Beijing and Hong Kong Art Fairs
Artlink Executive Editor Stephanie Britton 'did' two major art fairs in our region, the first ever in Hong Kong - ART HK08 and the fifth Beijing one - CIGE (China International Gallery Exposition). She found them both fascinating and especially enjoyed the Mapping Asia and Alternative Energy sections of CIGE and the symposium organised by Asia Art Archive at HK08.
Curating : Creating
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Handling the Adelaide Biennial
Stephanie Britton interviewed Felicity Fenner, curator of the 2008 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, to find out what Handle with Care really means in the twenty-first century.
Fuel for Thought
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The Obsessive Compulsive Worker
What does obsessive artwork mean? Is this a new compulsion among artists and what does it mean? The work of Hossein Valamanesh, Fiona Hall, Zhuang Hui, Zhang Huan, Shen Shaomin, Katsuhige Nakahashi are referenced.
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Gwangju Biennale, South Korea
2006 marked the 6th Gwangju Biennale: Fever Variations in South Korea. Stephanie Britton sets the scene for what she describes as having been generous and daring, though not grand or pretentious and never (that kiss of death) magisterial. This event saw a definite shift from an international focus to look more intently at Asian preoccupations of the recent past as played out in the minds and hands of artists. Some of the simple headings at the recent Biennale were Myth and Fantasy; Nature and Body; Trace of Mind; Past in Present, as a way to initiate dialogue and illuminate the stories of how Asian artists began to work within an international context. Some of the artists showcased were Xu Bing (China), Kim Jong-ku (Korea), Miwa Yanagi (Japan) and Lee Sookyung (Korea).
The Word As Art
Darwin Festival - A Glimpse
Overview of the Festival of Darwin with its temporary visual art installations 'art head land' by 18 artists. For the summer of 1996.
Indigenous Arts of the Pacific
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Eldertorial
Dr Pat Hoffie worked with Stephanie Britton to realise this themed issue. They networked across the nation to collect together a set of fascinating interviews and tributes to a dynamic and charismatic group of elders who helped create the identity of Australian art today. They wish to thank all the talented and dedicated interviewers some of whom travelled great distances to do face to face interviews with artists, curators and gallerists.
Elders: The Old Magic
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Currents II
People involved in the arts and education might have difficulty recognising the Australia that the Treasurer has been talking up recently: the one with the record 4% low unemployment. But the Treasurers spin fails to mention that to be counted as employed you only have to work one hour per week, which bears out the reality of a life in the arts.
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Feast to Feast: PACifika
Queensland College of Art 18 December 2005
Art History: Go Figure
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Artlink - The Second Decade 1991-2000
Britton recaps on the decade that was and discusses some of the significant challenges she and her team at Artlink faced such as marketing, distributing, staffing, staying solvent and avoiding terminal burnout. Also looks at some of Artlinks major achievement over the past ten years.
Reflection: 20th Anniversary Issue
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Tree Stories
Peter Solness, Chapter and Verse Sydney 1999 RRP $43.95
Taking in Water
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Designing Minds
JamFactory Craft & Design Centre 24 June - 23 July Object Galleries 5 August - 1 October Symposium: University of SA, 21-22 July
Reflection: 20th Anniversary Issue
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Ten Days on the Island
Tasmania Artistic Adviser Robyn Archer 28 March - 6 April 2003
Critical Mass: The New Brisbane
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Artists' Week
Adelaide Bank 2004 Festival of Arts 28 February - 4 March
Shopping & Extreme Pleasures
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Artlink on the Road: a China Diary
March saw a little bit of history being made in Sino-Australian cultural relations with Artlink being the first Australian art magazine to be launched as well as offered for sale in China. Perversely we were not offering the Chinese an issue of the magazine about Australia, our normal subject area, but about China, a subject area we have only visited occasionally. In the manner of all human vanities that may have been one of the reasons we received such a warm reception. Imagining the reverse - reading an issue of a Chinese art magazine about Australian art is in the current state of art writing in China unlikely.
Shopping & Extreme Pleasures
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Finsbury Green Printing - The Story of the First Carbon Neutral Printer in Australia
Finsbury is the only printing company in Australia to successfully establish an environmental printing brand, and over the years their environmental credentials have become so strong that they can legitimately call everything they do green. They are also the only commercial printing company in Australia to volunteer for the Federal Goverments Greenhouse Challenge Plus to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This article looks at some of the developing methods and strategies Finsbury Green Printing are dedicated to year after year in an attempt to become as environmentally sustainable as possible.
Ecology: Everyone's Business
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Chris Mulhearn: Stand of Trees
Chris Mulhearn is an Adelaide-based artist who breathes the world around him. Where some artists make work in the bush, others like Mulhearn bring elements of those places into the heart of the world of constructed reality, the art gallery, and successfully. His work is recycling to die for.
Ecology: Everyone's Business
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Ecology: Everyone's Business
What does the onset of climate change mean to an artist today? We have known about species extinction for decades, and the death of ecosystems; artists whose work evolved around these issues first emerged during the sixties.
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Exchange Value # 2. Keeping up the Momentum
Britton follows up from Peers examination of Art and Globalism to discuss the trends of international art residencies and the evident exchange in cultural values and creative receptibility that comes as a result of working in a foreign country; the buying of time away from other strategies for staying solvent - part time or full time jobs, or feeling under pressure to make work with commercial appeal.
Hybrid World
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Biennials of the World: Myths, Facts and Questions
In recent years, in the rarefied world of high art, in the places where international curators meet and work, amongst critics, commentators, artists, sponsors and collectors there has been no subject more widely discussed than that of the international recurrent exhibition. While Stephanie Britton recognises that the more closely it is examined the larger and more complex the subject becomes she has set out to tackle some of the essential ideas and questions surrounding these exhibitions. Includes two double fold out charts exclusive to Artlink: 1) a map of the world showing all the current biennales and triennials plus a new analysis of the 112 most frequently invited artists; 2) a star chart titled Artlink's Intergalactic Guide to the Curators of International Biennials and Triennials which lists the most frequently employed curators on these events and which events they have worked on.
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The Tate goes modern
The Tate Modern opened in May 2000 to great fanfare and applause. The refurbished power station on the Thames now houses the international post-1900 art of the Tate collection. The public has rushed to visit with huge crowds enjoying the experience, but putting pressure on the facility. Critics have questioned the way the work has been arranged by theme rather than by school, chronology or geography.
The Long Stare: Seeing Contemporary Asian art Now
Testing the Waters
The First Asia Pacific Triennial, at the Queensland Art Gallery was not only a large imaginatively curated exhibition from many Asian countries and Australia but a ground-breaking conference Identity, Tradition and Change: in which historians, curators, administrators and artists all had equal billing. Well funded, it was able to bring hundreds of people together to enjoy as well as critique the event, and feedback was sought to inform the future form of the event.
Contemporary Arts of the Region: SE Asia & Australia
New Models for Survival
Problems of survival of new art without subsidy have created two groups: The Artists' Village, a loose collective of artists who occupied two buildings scheduled for redevelopment, ending up in the Substation near the National Art Gallery. 5th Passage was allowed to occupy an area in a shopping centre where they made performances on environmental themes and ran very popular school holiday art programs for children.
Contemporary Arts of the Region: SE Asia & Australia
Friends of Hanoi
Efforts to save the ancient city of Hanoi from redevelopment - an Australian businessman raises money and support
Contemporary Arts of the Region: SE Asia & Australia
Australia Asia: Striking Up Conversations
Collection of items (some by other writers) relating to Asia and Australia: Adelaide Installations, and women in film program both in Adelaide Festival; Aboriginal connections with Indonesia; Australia-Taiwan exchange; art education exchanges throughout the Region; letter from Nguyen Thu of Hanoi College of Art.
Contemporary Arts of the Region: SE Asia & Australia
Contemporary Arts of the Region: South East Asia and Australia
Background to how the special issue on South East Asia came about, and speculation that Australia is at the crossroads of a new sensitivity to Asian culture and a desire to be part of its development. Despite growing industrialisation Asian cultures are still distinct and hold highly contrasting attitudes to artistic expression. Thanks to Neil Manton of the Dept of Foreign Affairs and Trade for his influence in funding this project.
Contemporary Arts of the Region: SE Asia & Australia
Reading the Land
The idea for a 7 day 'Reading the Land' Festival came to Wimmera River Catchment Group Chairperson, farmer, artist and environmentalist Barry Clugston during a series of salinity flights.
Art, Architecture & the Environment
Community Architecture: High on People Power, Low on Fossil Fuels
Gregory Burgess and Associates are a remarkable architectural practice which places high value on the collaborative design process with clients and users as well as low energy use now has three major community projects to its credit...
Art, Architecture & the Environment
Eco-design Conference at RMIT
Eco-design is probably one of the most far reaching topics to be assembled under the banner of one small hyphenated word. The linking of ecology with design is for many still a novel concept....conference held at RMIT 17 -19 October 1991.
Art, Architecture & the Environment
Art, Architecture and the Environment
This issue of Artlink tries to flag some of the issues for designers in Australia today, and to document just some of the changes which are happening.
Art, Architecture & the Environment
A New Multiculturalism-in-the-Arts Program for South Australia
In December 1990 the South Australian Government announced a new 'Multiculturalism-in-the-Arts' Program to encourage major arts organisations in receipt of government funding to increase their activities for people from linguistic and culturally diverse backgrounds.
Arts in a Multicultural Australia
Cultural Iconographies
Cultural Iconographies is an exhibition of work by migrant and refugee artists who have been in Australia for a relatively short time. To take place in the Bondi Pavilion, Sydney during Carnivale October 1991.
Arts in a Multicultural Australia
Crossing Cultures in Dance
Looks at the dance practice of the Bharatam Dance Company from Melbourne and at that stage in its 5th year of operation. Photos of the dancers in production included.
Arts in a Multicultural Australia
The Plan
Looks at the 'National Agenda for a Multicultural Australia' launched by the Prime Minister in 1989 which included provision for the development of a plan for collecting institutions such as museums, art museums, libraries and archives to reflect Australia's cultural diversity in their activities and practices.
Arts in a Multicultural Australia
Editor's Note: Sculpture
This special issue does not attempt to be a national survey of sculpture. It has focussed on various centres and given others less attention, partly to balance previous material in earlier issues of Artlink of which the following are notes by way of summary.
Dimensions: Sculpture in Australia
Challenge for a new force
The Local Government and Arts Task Force (South Australia) was set up to examine and clearly articulate the relative roles for each sphere of government in the funding and support of local arts and cultural development.
Community Arts
State of the Arts in Community Arts - a special 16 page directory to national resources.
State of the Arts in Community Arts - a special 16 page directory to national resources. Comprehensive and clear listing of national organisations and agencies.
Community Arts
Teenage Roadshows Journeys of Discovery
Looks at the work of Gil Weaver and the Teenage Roadshows and what started for one individual as a rescue mission for deprived urban kids in 1972 has become one of the few arts educational enterprises for people living in outback Australia. Great photos of the kids and their artworks.
Community Arts
Curbin the Urban
An environmental arts project in inner Melbourne, Victoria. Cartoonist Judy Horacek has been employed to create cartoons about the environmental concerns of local residents ranging from the destruction of rain-forests to the dilemma of cremation or burial.
Community Arts
Reflections on Experience
A conversation for Artlink between Kay Lawrence, Ann Newmarch and Cedar Prest, three South Australian based professional artists who have worked extensively with communities. May 3 1990
Community Arts
A Selected Book List
Better books etc since 1984 -- a very selective list.
Art & Education
Government Help Available
Art and Design Education Looks at the various government schemes which are available to art and design graduates and undergraduates.
Art & Education
4 Jewellery Co-operatives: On Staying in the Black: Fingers
Looks at the Jewellery Co-operative Fingers formed in 1976 in Auckland New Zealand. Fingers sells the work of 30 New Zealand jewellers with a managment partnership of 6 to 8 practising jewellers. The rest sell on consignment basis.
Thinking Craft, Crafting Thought
4 Jewellery Co-operatives: On Staying in the Black: Fluxus
Looks at the workshop Fluxus in Dunedin in New Zealand, formed by Kobi Bosshard and Stephen Mulqueen in 1983.
Thinking Craft, Crafting Thought
It's on Disc! Magazine Production on the Desktop
Producing a quality art magazine on computer without moving from your desk. The impact of electronic publishing and traditional methods. Explores publishing art magazines.
10th Birthday Issue
Looking Back: A decade of Artlink 1981 -1991
History of the trials and triumphs of Artlink over its first decade - a wonderful achievement for a small regional arts magazine.
10th Birthday Issue
Bangarra
'Bangarra' is a Wiradjeri word meaing to make fire and the dance company so named has sparked enthusiasm for its performances in countries as far afield as Japan, New Guinea, the USA and Finland.
Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art
Art After the Controversy
Looks at the art practice in Moree in north western NSW.
Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art
Power Institute Program on Aboriginal Art in Australian Society
The Power Institute at the University of Sydney ran a 10 week program devised by Susan Simons and Bronwyn Bancroft of panel discussions, presentations, films/videos and seminars exploring many of the issues of Aboriginal art in Australian society.
Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art
Naive Archive
A national survey of Australian Naives - short biographies by various contributors as well as the artists themselves and images many in colour. Artists include Bernard Jeffery, Hugh Schulz, Bill Yaxley, Sam Byrne, Maitreyi Ray, Pam Bartley, Roma Higgins, Phyl Delves, Alison Vodic, Gwen Mason, Reny Mia Slay, Stella Dilger, Del Luke, Muriel Smith, Elfrun Lach, Susan Wanji Wanji, Miriam Naughton, Gwen Clarke, Selby Warren, Malcolm Otton, Harold Kangaroo Thornton, Ivy Robson, Lorna Chick and George Deurden.
Naive & Outsider Art
Memorial to the Survivors
Discussion of the work of Aboriginal artist Hope Neill
Art & the Feminist Project
Image Bank: The Feminist Project
Presentation and artist statement by contemporary female art practitioners. Women looking as feminist, feminine, female, femme, feminal. Artists featured: Frances Joseph, Angela Stewart, Maryanne Coutts, Noela Hjorth, Jill Kempson, Maria Kuczynska, Rosslynd Piggott, Eugenia Raskopoulos, C. Moore Hardy, Alex Macfadyen, Janet Neilson, Deborah Paauwe, Virginia Barratt, Linda Dement, Susie Hansen, Janina Green, Joy Smith, Madeleine Winch, Kathie Muir, Libby Round, Pam Johnston, Merryn Eirth, Dee Jones, Di Barrett, Frances Phoenix and Ella Dreyfus.
Art & the Feminist Project
Update: Projects of Women and Art
A survey of current issues, events and projects with respect to women's art from around Australia.
Art & the Feminist Project
Bonanza for Creators in Ipswich
Ipswich City Council in Queensland is recruiting artists and designers from their large regional base and assisting them to create their own incomes through the work they are already trained to do.
The Art of Survival
Pav Offers Sweet Success
Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centre is situated right on Bondi Beach in the heart of one of Sydney's most ethnically diverse areas.
The Art of Survival
Noarlunga: Backwater No Longer
The City of Noarlunga and the City of Prospect in South Australia are the only two councils who have retained community arts officers.
The Art of Survival
Sophistication in the Country
Shire of Eltham on the outskirts of Melbourne Victoria and its commitment to the arts.
The Art of Survival
Good Spot for a Pot Shot
The time is post-recession, the economic climate is uncertain, Australian designers and consumers inhabit the suburbs but are cut off from each other, and someone decided to do something about it in the City of Caulfield, Victoria.
The Art of Survival
Focusing on the River
Every State has one - a local council that is outstanding in its commitment to the arts and in Western Australia, the credit for innovation and energy goes to the City of Gosnells, who have arguably led the pack for the last 5 years in interesting community arts projects...
The Art of Survival
Tickling the Senses in Brunswick St
Located in Melbourne Victoria, the City of Fitzroy was given $1m by the federal government in 1992 for capital works. One project funded was the commissioning of 16 pieces of public art from 11 artists to build on that heart of cafe culture Brunswick St.
The Art of Survival
Artists' Park Blooms Again
Box Hill known in the art world for its connection to the Heidelberg School of Painting has maintained its commitment to the arts.
The Art of Survival
Liverpool Links: Industry and Art
The Cultural Services Unit of the Liverpool City Council has increased substantially over the last 2 years as has the number of artists employed by them.
The Art of Survival
Roads, Rates and Renaissance
Looks at the Melbourne inner city initiatives commissioned by the local governments to enhance public works.
The Art of Survival
Non-Metro Spaces
Artists collectives and access galleries do not just exist in big capital cities. It seems that wherever there is a community of artists and Artist Run Initiative will happen.
The Art of Survival
Furniture, Ceramics: What the Hell, Let's Do It
Examines the Centre for Furniture Design, the Centre for the Arts in Tasmania and the Atlantis Studio in Townsville Queensland.
The Art of Survival
Drawing Wages
Looks at the Studio School of Painting and Drawing in South Australia. It is essentially a working artist's studio which has admitted students.
The Art of Survival
Surviving the Recession
How do artists survive when they are not able to sell work in galleries -- sales are at a record low and many galleries have folded-- or get commissions through State agencies -- because these are few and far between?
The Art of Survival
Still Looking at the Billboard
Exhibition review Aroha Terrace, Forestville June 1994 In the last issue of Artlink 9Vol 14 No 2 - the art of survival) we looked at an innovative art program being run in Adelaide. The 1994 bilboard project at Aroha Terrace Forestville continued until the end of the year, with different artists represented each month.
Sydney: The Big Shift
Guide to...Image Bank
Exploration of images and statements by artists on the theme of death. Artists include William Kelly, Ross Moore, Bette Mifsud and Dennis Del Favero.
Art & Death: Facing Mortality
Culture/Agriculture
Agriculture and culture go back a long way. The fact that they actually meet and marry in the word 'cultivation' makes this clear....when it comes to direct experience, city and country are more distinct in Australia than in many countries.
Culture/Agriculture
Image Bank: Portraiture
Artist's statements and images: Kate Butler, Destiny Deacon, Di Barrett, Thomas Hoareau and Anne Zahalka.
The Face
Arts Queensland
In March 1996, Arts Queensland presented Giles Consulting report on the state of play in multi media to a packed public forum at the Museum of Modern Art. Outlines the recommendations.
Art in the Electronic Landscape
The Virtual Museum
Looks at Compact Disc Interactive or CDi which allows people to chart their own personal pathways through material.
Art in the Electronic Landscape
Electronic Media Collections
Looks at the collection of electronic artworks held by the Griffith University Queensland.
Art in the Electronic Landscape
Australia Goes to Samoa: 7th Pacific Festival of the Arts
Overview of the 7th Pacific Festival of Arts which is held in a different country every 4 years. 1996 the festival was held in Apia in Western Samoa. Previous hosts 1992 Raratonga, Cook Islands 1988 Townsville Queensland Australia Lists the communities of Aboriginal Australians who were in attendance at the festival.
Indigenous Arts of the Pacific
Pacific Wave: A Festival of Pacific Arts
Brief article outlining Pacific Wave, a celebration and investigation of contemporary trends in art and cultural life of the Pacific taking place across Sydney November 2-17 1996.
Indigenous Arts of the Pacific
Art is Land: Land is Art - Talks with Banduk Marika
Discussion with the artist Banduk Marika about the issues facing her community of Yirrkala in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. Indigenous art practice and land rights, cultural heritage, education and knowledge, environmental protection and mining intrusions are discussed.
Indigenous Arts of the Pacific
Tandanya - Captivating Culture
Brief overview of the current focus of Tandanya the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute in Adelaide, South Australia.
Indigenous Arts of the Pacific
Image Bank for Art and the Body - Medical Imaging
Medical imaging through the work of nine artists: James Guppy, Ruth Waller, Victor Dellavia, Elizabeth Abbott, Julie Rrap, Jan Parker, Tina Gonsalves, Kate Campbell-Pope and Claire Bailey. Artists statements and colour images included.
Art & Medicine
Festival of the Dreaming
Looks at the cultural events planned to accompany the Olympic Games to be held in Sydney in September 2000. There are 4 cultural festivals -- 1997 The Festival of the Dreaming curated by Rhoda Roberts, 1998 A Sea Change curated by Andrea Stretton, 1999 Reaching the World, 2000 Harbour of Life co-ordinated by Leo Schofield.
Looking at the Republic
An Australian Head of State - Eureka!
Eureka - the First Australian Republic? was a touring exhibition which documented and interpreted the Eureka stockade. Containing paintings, drawings and prints ranging from the 1850s to 1994 as well as objects, documents and books related to or dealing with the Eureka Stockade the exhibition demonstrated the symbolic power this event has exerted on Australian political life as well as the imagination of artists.
Looking at the Republic
Fire Rituals for Multicultural Times
Describes the public art event for the 1998 opening ceremony of the Adelaide Festival of Arts -- Flamma, Flamma held at the Torrens River, Elder Park Adelaide SA on 27th February 1998.
Public Art in Australia
The Prying Game
Explores the difficult issues surrounding artistic expression and censorship (both self censorship and public) with the associated threat of legal action.
Art, Pornography & Censorship
Who's Selling What to Whom: Australian Dealers Taking Australian Art Overseas
Although the US is often cited as the holy grail for export, with its huge art-aware public and wealthy collectors, and although it is true to say that many Australian art dealers have links with US dealers and sales are made on a fairly regular basis, Japan, Germany and Spain are the countries to which Australian commercial galleries have exported Australian art since the early nineties.
The Big Pond: Australian Artists Overseas
Anne Pincus in Munich
'Ask the dust' the exhibition of Anne Pincus at Access Gallery in Sydney explores the contrast between the light and sand and dust of Australia and Israel and the darkness of Europe.
The Big Pond: Australian Artists Overseas
Aldo Iacobelli in Valencia
Explores the artistic tension in the work of Aldo Iacobelli --- between Australia where the lack of tradition may be seen to allow greater movement of ideas and Europe where the cultural territory is much more established.
The Big Pond: Australian Artists Overseas
Seven Little Australians
Artists Louise Paramor, Yenda Carson, Damon Moon, Jayne Dyer, Matthew Calvert, David Jensz and Helga Groves write about their experiences in residencies throughout Asia: India, South Korea, Indonesia, Beijing, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam respectively.
The Big Pond: Australian Artists Overseas
The Future of Art
Editorial for the issue -- not the definitive answer but a series of clues as to what direction the visual arts might be following. The issue picks up ideas addressed in the forum 'Art of Sight, Art of Mind: Speculations on the Future of the Visual Arts and Crafts in Australia' organised by the National Association of Visual Arts. NAVA
The Future of Art
NAVA Australian Body Art Festival Bendigo Art Gallery Samstag