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SALOTE TAWALE // NEW WORK

In Art Exhibitions, Contemporary Pacific Art, Contemporary Performance, Pacific Islander Art in Australia on June 21, 2010 at 2:22 pm
Still from "Return to Sender" (video projection) - Salote Tawale, 2010

Still from "Return to Sender" (video projection) - Salote Tawale, 2010

Melbourne-based artist Salote Tawale’s new video work “Return to Sender” is currently showing at the Northcote Town Hall, 189 High Street, Northcote, Melbourne as a part of the Northern Exposure festival.

BOLATAGICI INTERVIEW // iMODE MAGAZINE

In Contemporary Pacific Art, Gender and Militarism in the Pacific, Masculinity, militarism, Militarism in the Pacific, Pacific Islander Art in Australia, Pacific Research and News, PSMC recruitment in Fiji, Representations of the Black Body on June 18, 2010 at 11:14 pm
May/June 2010 iMode feature

May/June 2010 iMode feature

The May/June edition of iMode Magazine contains a 6-page feature on my work. You can view for free online at: http://www.imodemagazine.com/

NEW BLOG // URBAN VITI

In Art Exhibitions, Contemporary Art - International, Contemporary Pacific Art, Pacific Islander Art in Australia, Pacific Research and News on June 17, 2010 at 3:23 am
LOLOMA fridge - DIY words by Dulcie Stewart

LOLOMA fridge - DIY words by Dulcie Stewart

Fijian-born (and now Australian-based) artist Dulcie Stewart has just launched this fabulous new blog “dedicated to contemporary¬†art, fashion,¬†home and product design in the Pacific.” I’m loving it!!! Check it out at: http://urbanviti.wordpress.com/

JUST LIKE HOME // COLAC PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE

In Art Exhibitions, Contemporary Pacific Art, Pacific Islander Art in Australia, Pacific Research and News on June 3, 2010 at 4:10 am
Steaming Ai gir at the Adeliade cooking demo. Photo: Lisa Hilli

Steaming Ai gir at the Adeliade cooking demo. Photo: Lisa Hilli

Lisa Hilli’s exciting performance/installation work “Just Like Home” is still showing at the Nexus Gallery in Adelaide before heading to the Colac Performing Arts Centre 1-24 July 2010. See previous post….