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Howlfest calls for expressions of interest

HOWLfest is FIVE days of live Music performed by women, Workshops facilitated by women, and Films, Theatre, Dance, Spoken word and Art written, performed and/or produced by women. HOWLfest aims to promote women who create original, independent work. This funky festy takes place in the coastal city of Newcastle NSW 28 Jan - 1 Feb 2004.

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Undercurrents want your videos now for Beyond TV Festival

Your videos are wanted for the Undercurrents Beyond TV video activist festival. Check it out here http://www.undercurrents.org/festivals.htm

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Sci-Femme : Feminism & Futurism from Female Filmmakers

Sci-Femme's mission is to showcase films by women about how our world will look in 5, 25 or 100 years. Historically the number of women in the canons of scientific discourse and cinema have been small. Sci-Femme challenges this omission by asking women to explore, debate and bring their unique perspectives to these areas. Sci-Femme seeks visionary films by and about women on art, technology & the future. http://www.sci-femme.to/sci_call.htm

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Love You Brisbane Remix Project info

For information on the "Love You Brisbane Remix Project" please visit the old version of this site @ http://www.aliak.com/projectrecords.htm

More info will be added to this new version of the site in the coming weeks

lyb!

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BRISBANE CD COMPILATION COMPETITION: EMERGING COCKTAIL CD

EMERGING COCKTAIL CD : A 20 track original compilation CD of locally unsigned Logan and Brisbane artists. Are you an unsigned band/artist wanting more exposure? Do you reside in the Brisbane or Logan area? Do you want the opportunity to be on a compilation CD? www.ddjproductions.com
All details of entry on the entry form

2004 Next Wave Festival Submission Deadline Friday

A reminder: Next Wave is currently seeking submissions for next year's festival (to be held from the 18th - 30th May 2004). The deadline for submissions is coming Friday 1st August. The 2004 festival's theme is Unpopular Culture.

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