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Feral, the first issue of Unlikely - Journal for Creative Arts is now online!

Issue 01: Feral is now online
Editors: Alexis Harley and Norie Neumark

This first issue includes contributions by Rebecca A. Adelman, Helen Addison-Smith, Ian Andrews and Eric Bridgeman and Ruark Lewis, Ben Byrne and Dale Gorfinkel and Anthony Magen, Emily Carr, Gonzalo Ceballos and Renuka Rajiv, Robyn Ferrell, Katherine Gibson and Kate Rich, Silvana Iannello, Hester Joyce, and Nick Moore.


Call for submissions for the forthcoming issue: Field Work

Call for submissions for the forthcoming issue: Field Work
Editors: Lucas Ihlein and Brogan Bunt

“Fields”: arenas for action; social discourses; professional areas of practice; knowledge disciplines.
Field Trips: tours, excursions, forays. Research trips, adventures, residencies. Working in the forest, in old mining towns, in local suburbs, on farms. Artists placed in corporations, government departments, schools. Ethnographic models, educational models, activist models, scientific models. “The artist as”...


Nature in the Dark goes US & NITD II is out!

The project launch of the Nature in the Dark (NITD) in the US coincides with the launch of the second edition of artists' videos. After the first edition, NITD II moves from the aesthetic of night-vision photography to go underwater. For the second edition of artists video the Centre for Creative Arts, La Trobe University, has teamed up with Victorian National Parks Association's Reef Watch project and Parks Victoria to explore the marine environment along the Victorian coastline. Nature in the Dark in the US kicks off with a screening of NITD I and II video editions at National Aquarium in Baltimore.

Date: Thursday, January 29, 2015 - 6:30-9:00 pm
Venue: National Aquarium, 501 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, US

Further presentations will follow:
Nature in the Dark II - Baltimore, Ynot Lot, 4 W North Ave, Station North Baltimore, MD 21201 April 23rd, 24th, 25th, 8pm-10pm
Nature in the Dark II - Chestertown, 119 S Cross St, Chestertown, MD 21620 May 1st, May 1st- May 29th, 5pm-7pm