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Supply Nation 2016: Innovation for Impact

Supply Nation 2016: Innovation for Impact

This weekend the Iscariot Media team are off to Supply Nation for the Connect 16 event in Sydney. Supply Nation is the national Indigenous supply and procurement body in Australia. It seeks to bring together (kind of like a dating agency) independent Indigenous...

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Responses to Vernon’s work in Istanbul

Responses to Vernon’s work in Istanbul

Vernon returned this month from Istanbul where he was part of the 2015 Istanbul Biennial. He recently posted on the Biennial in response to Adrian Serle's article in the Guardian. A growing problem with Biennials, Biennales, and Triennials and such, is that in an...

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Vernon heads to Istanbul for the 14th Istanbul Biennial

Vernon heads to Istanbul for the 14th Istanbul Biennial

Vernon has now arrived in Istanbul to participate in the 14th Istanbul Biennial. The Biennial is organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Art (IKSV). This year's curator is Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev whose Australian connection was the 2008 Sydney...

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Look at the view out of my office window today

Today we're in Cairns working at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair. We (Iscariot Media) are representing proppaNOW, and selling artwork and tshirts. It's a funny thing, thinking about where the business has come from over the past two decades. I would never have imagined...

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NAIDOC and Blak History Month

July is crazy. In addition to the Blog Carnival Deadly Bloggers is hosting, we worked last week at Teneriffe Markets for twelve hours, which I posted about on my Iscariot Media blog. We are also launching Dark and Disturbing in two days at Musgrave Park. HOLY!!!!! I'm...

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Media Mention: Artlink

Media Mention: Artlink

Deadly Bloggers received a brief media mention today from Carly Lane, an Aboriginal curator based in Western Australia. Over the last eight years for my PhD studies, I have researched Aboriginal identity in urban centres. As a result, I am highly alert to the...

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WIPC:E is over for 2014

It's 8.50pm on Sunday in Hawai'i, and here I am blogging for the first time in how many days?!?!? I can't believe it. I had intended to write each day but I'm afraid, each night this week I had either ran out of internet connection, energy or reliable cords, so it...

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Deadly Bloggers at WIPC:E

This week Leesa was proud and humbled to be presenting at the World Indigenous Peoples' Conference on Education (2014) in Hawai'i. The WIPC:E conference was born in Canada in 1987. Every three years a new host nation takes responsibility for it. Conferences have been...

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