NSW Launch & Skill Share Tour! 2014
Here’s our proposed dates set for January 2014! If you’re interested in a workshop/skill share, launch event, talk, catchup or know someone who might be. Please get in contact.
We’re heading north again to one of our favourite towns, Mackay!
The main project that we’re delivering is titled ‘Write Here Now‘ which is a pop up workshop predominantly delivered at the Caneland Central Shopping Centre.
One of the elements of Write Here Now, is assisting the community to blog as well as create a collaborative zine about Mackay. Elouise has kicked off the blogging which can be found here.
We’ve got our sights set on ACT & TAS for the next leg of the tour. This time around, we’ll have the pop up venue!
Here’s our proposed dates: If you’re interested in a workshop, launch event, talk, catchup or know someone who might be. Please get in contact.
20 – 25 ACT
27 – 28 Devonport
29 – 30 Burnie
31 – 03 Launceston
4 – 5 Queenstown
6 – 7 New Norfolk
8 – 9 Hobart
Peanut Puffs, Lord of the Fries and special fried rice. Veganistan. No Mi Goreng.
Friends from interstate, sheriff badge, Journalists, cabaret, hot water bottles, 3d Gumby comics, out of print zines.
Shooting videos, launching a pozible, writing Jouranlism assignments, falling down the stairs.
Out of service, out of battery, cut and paste, invoice, receipt, press release, newspaper.
Petcha kutcha, zine fair, beers by the beach.
Planes, trains, buses, trams, on foot and a hire car. No cabs, and no bike rides.
Hotels, homes, squats, pubs, lofts, fold out mattress, air mattress, floor. No backpackers.
Zines, tattoos, prints, stencils, spraypaint, woolbomb, bloke bomb, typewriters, niko pens, stamps, tacky wall graff. No arrests.
ArtHive, Blender Studios, the Pharmacy, Melbourne Library, Squishface, Sticky, the Old Bar, Crush, The Great Northern and a giant car park.
Distributing Bizoos using a dumpstered pram.
Moving trestle tables, the wind, my god, the wind!
Excess baggage, stuck on hold, foots asleep, radio national, 4zzz.
Tram inspector, Tram inspector TRAM INSPECTOR (didn’t look homeless enough). Might be a fine.
A cat named sparrow, a cat named Amy, the cats next door. Some dogs.
A rabbit named boris (a novelty for QLD’ers). Birds that can whistle the Star wars theme tune and a duck doing duckface.
Regional towns vs big city (should I stay or should I go?)
Clean clothes, clean underwear. Not.
We Are Here, Here We Are. Pop Up Workshops.
…The State of DIY in Australia in 2012.