Shows

Brisbane Emerging Art Festival Showcase

WHEREParer Place Urban Screens
WHEN6-12 February
TICKETSFree

The Brisbane Emerging Art Festival, in 2012, aims to direct new audiences to the city's contemporary emerging and independent arts.

The festival will showcase some of the most outstanding visual art, music, performance, fashion, film and spoken word currently being developed in Brisbane. For one evening, the best from Brisbane's artist-run initiatives, tertiary institutions and private studios will be on display, accessible to the whole community. The Festival is driven by a team of local producers, artists, and arts workers; supported by local organisations engaged in the arts.

The video material is a collection of old and new works from the 2012 Brisbane Emerging Art Festival artists.

The program includes:
Reighna, dawn.(new day), 2010, 05:36
Liam O'Brien, Proposal #3, 2010, 03:02
Liam O'Brien, Proposal #1, 2010, 02:49
For Us By Us Collective, Fashion Film, 2010, 05:57
Noelia Ramon, Simply, 2012, 04:53
Judit Mendoza and La_MIrada_Automática, Prayer, 2012, 06:40
Cynthia Howard and Katrina Emmanuel, Illustrated theories on 'Fashion', 2012, 02:19
Clark Beaumont, Camouflage, 2011, 01:07
Clark Beaumont, Awkies (Silence), 2011, 01:24
Clark Beaumont, Waging War, 2011, 00:55
Daniel McKewen, Study (untitled), 2012, 02:01
Daniel McKewen, Study for new faces, 2012, 02:00

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The Brisbane Emerging Art Festival is supported by
Metro Arts Allies
Brisbane City Council - Central Ward
Youth Arts Queensland
MAAP Media Bank
Vegas Spray
4ZZZ
Coopers

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Reighna, dawn.(new day), 20th September, 2010, 05:36.

The Parer Place Project is an innovative outdoor projection exhibition series celebrating the moving image in all its forms - film, television, games, new media, animation and art. The Urban Screens are solely dedicated to providing a digital canvas for emerging or experimental artists, with artworks animating the bold architecture of QUT's Creative Industries Precinct each night at dusk.

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