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[melb] Songs To Dream Your Life By

Songs To Dream Your Life By
Friday 25th July 2003
96 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Proudly Supported by
Poetpop Management &
CAE Arts Workspace/Gallery 96F,
S C A L E in reformation
7 p.m. for 7.30 p.m.
B.Y.O. things

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cleansurface.org - submersive urban art & culture jamming

What exactly is urban art these days? And does it have the power to make a difference in these modern times? Explore cleansurface.org and it's related websites and you just might gain a better insight. The streets of Melbourne and other cities around the world are littered with street art if you look closely enough - graffiti to some, social activism to others..

The site has links to the billboard liberation front and it's advertising manifesto which encourages "the masses to use any means possible to commandeer the existing media and to alter it to their own design.". There is a wealth of articles based on culture jamming as well as examples of grafitti activism from 'shutup & shop'.

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WOBBLE

A new monthly night of psychedelic funkyness, exploring tripped out sounds for your mind and moneymaker. Sat 26 July. Dj

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Crunch time for the Espy

Public Forum: St Kilda Town Hall, 29th July 2003

Fear of losing another music venue to the pressures of residential development - this time the flagship venue of live music in Australia, The Espy - has the music industry calling for those who value live music, to show their support at a public forum on 29 July at the St Kilda Town Hall.

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