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New York Conference: Why Do Things Break?

Double Dialogues is calling for presentations on the theme of 'Why Do Things Break?' for our international conference in April, 2017. We invite you, whatever your art form or discipline, to consider why do things break, fall apart, fall down, disintegrate, splinter, corrode, degenerate, devolve?
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Lighting Our Darkness

‘Lighting Our Darkness’ is the eighteenth issue of our journal, but the first to be dedicated to a ‘dialogue’ between local and international artists with a bi-lingual approach. The issue, dedicated to poetic exchanges, was spurred by two disparate events.
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Symposium: Why Do Things Break?

Double Dialogues celebrates its 20th anniversary with a special symposium themed 'Creativity: Why Do Things Break?' to be held in conjunction with the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice, The University of Adelaide, on Friday 14th October 2016.
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Spirits on the move

Artist John Forrest is currently residing in Cologne - the epicentre of the German art scene - and working towards his next exhibition. His latest series of drawings he is calling Spirits on the Move which has been configured as a visual diary that evokes a 1920s ambience within a contemporary context.
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Spirits on the move

Artist John Forrest is currently residing in Cologne - the epicentre of the German art scene - and working towards his next exhibition.
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Writing the ghost train

The Australasian Association of Writing Programs presents its 20th Annual Conference from Sunday 29 November to Tuesday 1 December 2015.
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In/Stead website launch