19 June 2009
Liquid Architecture & sound art forum
Celebrating its tenth consecutive year, the Liquid Architecture festival starts off in Sydney (24-27 June) with performances, installations and a forum 'Sustainability of Sound Arts in Australia'. The forum, organised at the Bon Marche Theatre (UTS) on 25 July at 3-5pm, will be chaired by Julian Knowles (QUT), with panelists Paul Mason (Australia Council), Sarah Last (ANAT), Somaya Langley (Electrofringe), Nat Bates (Liquid Architecture) and Gail Priest (RealTime - via Skype). More details are available on the festival website.
Liquid Architecture festival's program of Australian and international contemporary sound arts runs over four weeks in seven cities across Australia: Sydney, Brisbane, Castlemaine, Perth (note date change of Club Zho event - now 6 July), Bendigo, Melbourne and Cairns (12 July). Australian sound artists featured in the festival include Chris Abrahams, Joel Stern, Thembi Soddell, and others. For more program details, please visit the Liquid Architecture website.
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