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EVENT

Electrofringe Festival . Oct 2-7 2002


Dates:
Thu Oct 03, 2002 00:00 - Thu Aug 22, 2002

Electrofringe is on again, an annual festival of digital, hybrid, electronic and new media arts, now in its fifth year. The festival provides a series of workshops for young and emerging new media artists, and critical forums examining the state of new media arts, technology, and screen culture both within Australia and globally.

Electrofringe is part of This is not Art (TINA) which occurs annually in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. TINA also includes Sound Summit, The National Young Writers Festival, The National Student Media Conference, The Pacific Indymedia Conference and New Media:Critical Approaches.

http://www.electrofringe.org


EVENT

borderpanic//symposium + tactical media lab


Dates:
Sat Sep 21, 2002 00:00 - Thu Aug 22, 2002

----...BORDERPANIC

The borderpanic project brings together artists and thinkers working on current preoccupations with geopolitical and metaphorical borders. Borderpanic is a co-production of the Performance Space, Sydney, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney and Next Five Minutes 5, Amsterdam.

]Symposium + Tactical Media Lab

21-22 September $60/50(members)/$35
The Museum of Contemporary Art,
Circular Quay / George Street side, Sydney.
Bookings: 9252 4044.
education@mca.com.au

=============================================

DAY ONE: 2-6pm Southern Function Room, Museum of
Contemporary Art

An informal lab environment for exchange between media
makers, artists and speakers including presentations and workshops.
Invited participants include RAC, V.I.S.A.S., No-one is illegal, boat-people.org,
Urban Theatre Projects and more, who will briefly present regional political/cultural
statements on troubled border issues.

=============================================

DAY TWO: 11am- 5pm Amex Hall, Museum of Contemporary Art

Formal lectures and presentations. Past, present, future: cultural response.

Introduction from MCA Director Elizabeth Ann MacGregor, with speakers:

Cathy Craigie - Independent writer and head of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Board of the Australia Council for the Arts.

Ghassan Hage - author Phobic Disorders (forthcoming).

Julian Burnside QC - founder of spareroomsforrefugees.

Nikos Papastergiadis - The Australia Centre For Ideas, University of Melbourne.

Suvendrini Perera - School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La Trobe University.

PUBLIC BRAINSTORM FINALE: How can we respond to the xenophobia emergency?

] contact curators: Zina Kaye or Deborah Kelly: ops@borderpanic.org

http://www.borderpanic.org


DISCUSSION

//borderpanic


BORDERPANIC
Symposium + Tactical Media Lab

21-22 September $60/50(members)/$35
The Museum of Contemporary Art,
Circular Quay / George Street side, Sydney.
Bookings: 9252 4044.
education@mca.com.au

=============================================

DAY ONE: 2-6pm Southern Function Room, Museum of
Contemporary Art

An informal lab environment for exchange between media
makers, artists and speakers including presentations and workshops.
Invited participants include RAC, V.I.S.A.S., No-one is illegal,
boat-people.org,
Urban Theatre Projects and more, who will briefly present regional
political/cultural
statements on troubled border issues.

=============================================

DAY TWO: 11am- 5pm Amex Hall, Museum of Contemporary Art

Formal lectures and presentations. Past, present, future: cultural response.
Introduction from MCA Director Elizabeth Ann MacGregor, with speakers:

Cathy Craigie - Independent writer and head of the Aboriginal and Torres
Strait
Islander Board of the Australia Council for the Arts
Ghassan Hage - author Phobic Disorders (forthcoming)
Julian Burnside QC - founder of spareroomsforrefugees;
Nikos Papastergiadis - The Australia Centre For Ideas, University of Melbourne
Suvendrini Perera - School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La
Trobe University.

PUBLIC BRAINSTORM FINALE: How can we respond to the xenophobia emergency?

For more information, contact curators: Zina Kaye or Deborah Kelly:
ops@borderpanic.org
http://www.borderpanic.org

DISCUSSION

//SYMPOSIUM + TACTICAL MEDIA LAB


SYMPOSIUM + TACTICAL MEDIA LAB

21-22 September $60/50(members)/$35
The Museum of Contemporary Art,
Circular Quay / George Street side, Sydney.
Bookings: 9252 4044.
education@mca.com.au

=============================================

DAY ONE: 2-6pm Southern Function Room, Museum of
Contemporary Art

An informal lab environment for exchange between media
makers, artists and speakers including presentations and workshops.
Invited participants include RAC, V.I.S.A.S., No-one is illegal,
boat-people.org,
Urban Theatre Projects and more, who will briefly present regional
political/cultural
statements on troubled border issues.

=============================================

DAY TWO: 11am- 5pm Amex Hall, Museum of Contemporary Art

Formal lectures and presentations. Past, present, future: cultural response.
Introduction from MCA Director Elizabeth Ann MacGregor, with speakers:

Cathy Craigie - Independent writer and head of the Aboriginal and Torres
Strait
Islander Board of the Australia Council for the Arts
Ghassan Hage - author Phobic Disorders (forthcoming)
Julian Burnside QC - founder of spareroomsforrefugees;
Nikos Papastergiadis - The Australia Centre For Ideas, University of Melbourne
Suvendrini Perera - School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La
Trobe University.

PUBLIC BRAINSTORM FINALE: How can we respond to the xenophobia emergency?

For more information, contact curators: Zina Kaye or Deborah Kelly:
ops@borderpanic.org

DISCUSSION

//borderpanic.org


SYMPOSIUM + TACTICAL MEDIA LAB

21-22 September $60/50(members)/$35
The Museum of Contemporary Art,
Circular Quay / George Street side, Sydney.
Bookings: 9252 4044, education@mca.com.au

=============================================

DAY ONE: 2-6pm Southern Function Room, Museum of
Contemporary Art

An informal lab environment for exchange between media
makers, artists and speakers including presentations and workshops. Invited
participants include RAC, V.I.S.A.S., No-one is illegal, boat-people.org,
Urban Theatre Projects and more, who will briefly present regional
political/cultural statements on troubled border issues.

=============================================

DAY TWO: 11am- 5pm Amex Hall, Museum of
Contemporary Art
Formal lectures and presentations. Past, present, future: cultural response.
Introduction from MCA Director Elizabeth Ann
MacGregor, with speakers:
Cathy Craigie - Independent writer and head of the Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander Board of the Australia Council for the Arts
Ghassan Hage - author Phobic Disorders (forthcoming)
Julian Burnside QC - founder of spareroomsforrefugees;
Nikos Papastergiadis - The Australia Centre For Ideas, University of Melbourne
Suvendrini Perera - School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La
Trobe University.
PUBLIC BRAINSTORM FINALE:

How can we respond to the xenophobia emergency?
Bookings: MCA on 9252 4033