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The Geelong Arts Alliance have been invited to present a small installation based on the Street Salon Project at the Geelong Arts Grants ceremony to be held on Feb 25th out at the Potato Shed. So if you missed out on the shopfront and are around on the night pop in and have a look!

Also This Friday 28th Jan, the GAA will have a stall at the Night Market in Johnston Park…so feel free to come by and say hello.

Oh …and a Happy New Year to all our supporters!

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Today members of the Geelong Arts Alliance ran a workshop at the Fort, a new youth centre in Geelong. The day was a huge success as it was teamed up with an event consisting of six bands that got washed out at the waterfront. The venue saw one or two hundred young people all participating in a very positive day. They went between watching the bands to having a draw on the canvases in the chill out section. And all who took part now have a new ownership of the space when the canvases find a home on the walls of the fOrT.

Images of the four canvases and a few images from the day.

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Breaking News…

Street Salon is a participatory art project in which artists (professional and non-professional) create small artworks for display in a recreated salon in central Geelong. Street Salon is an action celebrating the salon style show  in which  everyone is an artist regardless of style, medium, content or ability. The original salon was a private affair of the cultural elite. Street Salon by contrast is a public event, a democratic mass display of work. All works submitted will be exhibited in Street Salon. None will be rejected.

 Stay tuned to the blog for further details

 

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This is the Geelong Arts Alliance’s new logo for 2010. This will first grace the Street Salon project that is currently still in the planning stages. Stay tuned…

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This weekend artists David Dellafiora, Ivan Sorocuk and Glen Smith represented the Geelong Arts Alliance at the Festival of the Photocopier – Artists Books and Zine Fair. Originally set to be held in the City Square in Melbourne, it was shifted into the Degraves Underground on Flinders Street Melbourne due to the weeks bad weather conditions. Despite the weather the crowds were big, heaps of cool stuff was on offer across the tables and sales were plentiful…overall a fun day was had by all involved.

Further events over the rest of Febuary for the Festival of the Photocopier can be found at:

http://www.stickyinstitute.com/ 

And while we are on zines, if you make artists books yourself and are looking for somewhere to sell them or you are just into getting your hands on zines, badges and ephemera in general…get along to the festival or drop into StickyBooks.

 

festival artwork

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