resources & helpful sites/tips for arts/music people

Studio XX - Montreal's digital arts resource for women

Founded in 1995, Studio XX is Montreal's foremost women's digital resource centre. Through a variety of creative activities and initiatives, the Studio works with women to demystify digital technologies, to critically examine their social aspects, to facilitate women's access to technology, and to create and exhibit women's new digital art.

LUX - UK Film site

LUX is a not-for-profit organisation that supports and promotes contemporary and historical artists' moving image work, and those who make it, through distribution, exhibition, publishing and research.

Melbourne Independent Filmakers website

The aim of the Melbourne Independent Filmakers site is to provide some documentation about the myriad independent filmmakers that have existed, and continue to exist, in Melbourne. The site's owner classifies a filmmaker as "independent" if he or she has shown or is showing an individual spirit and committed attitude to realising their particular cinematic vision. And if they have also (at some point) shown some initiative in making their work without official financial support - that they have or had (for those directors from the past) a willingness to create their works, at whatever cost. More information and profiles of Melbourne film artists and directors can be found at the site :

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Moving Image Coalition - Melbourne, Sydney & Albury Wodonga

Moving Image Coalition is based in Melbourne, Australia. It invites independent/alternative super 8 film, 16mm, VHS (PAL format only), mDV, & DVD image/soundmakers to present their works at our quarterly screenings. Contact us now and spread the word. There are no joining fees or exhibition fees involved.

Real World Max/MSP/Jitter & Glitch for VJs via Vade's blog

Vade's blog has max patches and tutorials for creating glitch videos and other cool stuff.

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Artnine - art in the nineties

an internet archive of net art and media from 1995-1999. visit for more information

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Taste-E is a comprehensive and ever-growing website of links related to the electronic arts. Structured and frequently updated, Australia is the ideal website collection for everyone interested or involved in the electronic arts in Australia.

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Australian Government - Culture and Recreation portal

The Culture and Recreation Portal provides access to online services and information in the fields of culture and recreation, from all levels of government and the non-government sector. We provide access and search facilities for over 3,200 Australian sites.


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