Difference between revisions of "Cutnpaste"

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==Exhibition venues==
 
==Exhibition venues==
  
* Bundaberg Arts Centre, Queensland
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* Bundaberg Arts Centre, Queensland, 2-16 January
* The Lab, Townsville, Queensland
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* The Lab, Townsville, Queensland, 20-30 January
* Macquarie Regional Library, Dubbo, New South Wales
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* Macquarie Regional Library, Dubbo, New South Wales, 5-18 February
* Newcastle Regional Museum, New South Wales
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* Newcastle Regional Museum, New South Wales, 24 February-20 March
* Queensland State Library
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* Queensland State Library, Brisbane, 26 March-30 April
* Well Connected Internet Café, Sydney, New South Wales
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* Well Connected Internet Café, Sydney, New South Wales, 7-20 May
* The Binary Bar, Melbourne, Victoria  
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* The Binary Bar, Melbourne, Victoria, 24 May-5 June
* The Old Courthouse, Geelong, Victoria  
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* The Old Courthouse, Geelong, Victoria, 9-19 June
* Youth Arc, Hobart, Tasmania
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* Youth Arc, Hobart, Tasmania, 23 June-3 July
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 17:59, 12 December 2007

Cutnpaste: a selection of Australian self-publishing was an exhibition of Australian zines, comics and e-zines that toured Australian eastern states between January and July 1999. The exhibition was designed by Lisa Burnett.

A 67 page catalogue, designed by Jude Robinson, was published to accompany the exhibition by Youth Arts Queensland.

Exhibition venues

  • Bundaberg Arts Centre, Queensland, 2-16 January
  • The Lab, Townsville, Queensland, 20-30 January
  • Macquarie Regional Library, Dubbo, New South Wales, 5-18 February
  • Newcastle Regional Museum, New South Wales, 24 February-20 March
  • Queensland State Library, Brisbane, 26 March-30 April
  • Well Connected Internet Café, Sydney, New South Wales, 7-20 May
  • The Binary Bar, Melbourne, Victoria, 24 May-5 June
  • The Old Courthouse, Geelong, Victoria, 9-19 June
  • Youth Arc, Hobart, Tasmania, 23 June-3 July

External Links