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Artist Triage
Mar
20
10:00 AM10:00

Artist Triage

Artists: Elizabeth Tien An Flux, Steph Bowe, Sian Campbell, Lex Hirst, Neha Kale, Karen Andrews, Bri Lee, Ben Walter, Elizabeth Caplice, Jonno Revanche, Madeleine Laing, Craig Garrett

Got writer's block? Can't figure out where to pitch that personal essay about the day your first goldfish died? Need help naming a character? Take a seat at our Emergency Super Computer at the Independent Publishing Fair for an anonymous one-on-one consultation: our festival artists are waiting in cyberspace to solve your problem via a live, open chat.

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Love From
Mar
20
10:00 AM10:00

Love From

Artist: Vivi Violette

If everyone in the world was asked to write a love letter together, what would we all say? Would we use the same words or themes? What would we write about?

‘Love from’ is a social experiment and art installation exploring what a love letter written by the world would say. Love letters written by people with diverse life experiences are combined and the recurring themes and phrases collated. Whether the words are written about care, loss or romance, the underlying theme of deep emotional love transcends all barriers and connects us as humans. This great collaboration of love will be taken back to the people to be read aloud to a camera. Come see what the world has said about love, and be a part of the project!

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Perdoar
Mar
18
7:20 PM19:20

Perdoar

Artists: Ana Paz and Stefanie Freeman. 

Celebrated performance poet Ana Paz works across art forms to create challenging takes on the political climate we live in; this time she's collaborating with dancer Stefanie Freeman. Noted Festival is proud to showcase the fruits of their thoughtful and beautiful labour.

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Panel: Writers on Inclusion
Mar
17
6:30 PM18:30

Panel: Writers on Inclusion

  • Ralph Wilson Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Panelists: Quinn Eades, Amy Middleton, Jonno Revanche, Yen Eriksen (emcee)

Featuring some of Australia's foremost commentators on gender, this panel delves into the responsibility of writers to confront transphobia and homophobia.

Are writers leading the way in building awareness? Or are we shying away from a responsibility that is clearly ours for the taking?

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A Morning/Evening in Norwich/Canberra
Mar
16
7:00 PM19:00

A Morning/Evening in Norwich/Canberra

  • Ralph Wilson Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Artists:  Georgia Hingston, Patrick Hughes, Adam Keogh, Meghann Boltz, Eleanor Herzog, Andreas Hadjivassiliou, Jacinta Mulders

Norwich, UK is home to many famous writers and to one of the most prestigious Creative Writing programs in the world. Could it also be Canberra's new sister city of literature? Come to a dark room in Canberra and cyber-hang with a bunch of Norwich's up and coming young literary folk as we force them out of bed at an unreasonable hour to share their work with you.

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Callout open for Whooziwotsit
Mar
16
to Mar 20

Callout open for Whooziwotsit

What’s your favourite word? Fantabulous? Ridonculous? Hullabaloo? Find the most creative way you possibly can to show us. Spell it out with tomato sauce, pencils or buttons – have your class make the word with desks and chairs – and we will feature it on the Noted Festival website.

Please send content to: notedfestival@gmail.com with "Whooziwotsit" in the subject line. Remember to tell us your name and how old you are so we can credit you on the website! Please send files as: JPEG, PNG, GIF or TIFF. Submissions close 20 March 2016. 

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Boring Bits
Mar
16
to Mar 20

Boring Bits

Artists:  Karen Andrews, Elizabeth Tien An Flux, Lex Hirst, Neha Kale, Bri Lee, Patrick Lenton

The problem with creative careers, is that so much of your time is spent doing stuff that is utterly boring and not creative at all. How do you do your tax as a sole trader? What do you need to know about working with larger organisations as an artist or a freelancer? Exactly how should you pitch your work to an editor of a literary journal?

Boring Bits is a series of online mini-lectures (five minutes a pop) and is a quick and painless way to learn everything you need to know about the not-so-fun stuff.

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Heroes
Mar
16
to Mar 20

Heroes

Heroes is a collaborative project undertaken by students in the Koori Kids Group, the Koori Leadership Program and Noted Festival. Over the course of two weeks, students will write and make zines around the theme of "heroes". Koori Kids and Koori Leadership are groups for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people aged eight to sixteen. They are facilitated by West Belconnen Child and Family Centre, UnitingCare Kippax, and Belconnen Community Services. From local Elders to sporting stars to superheroes, these zines, available to read on the Noted website, will tell the stories of the people that inspire them.

 

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Postal Project
Mar
16
to Mar 20

Postal Project

Artist: Indigo Eli

Australian Slam Poetry finalist Indigo Eli will be documenting, posting and sharing festival moments beyond geographic limits. Expect poems constructed from the Noted Festival environment, quoted tidbits of overheard festival chat and handwritten notes – connecting remote individuals intimately, collated online.

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Plaque Proportions
Mar
16
to Mar 20

Plaque Proportions

Artists: Jordan Morris and Dierdre Pearce 

Canberra has been shaped by cover-ups and secrets. It's a city built on legends whispered in tones so hushed you've never heard them... until now. Jordan Morris and Dierdre Pearce have unearthed over a century of Canberran conspiracy and forbidden knowledge. You deserve to know the truth. This March, Morris and Pearce leak the real history of Canberra, every word and image, online and installed around the city. Learn the facts before they're redacted. Plaque Proportions: Mapping the unwritten history of Canberra.

Find the plaques at all your festival locations!

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21st Century Poets
Mar
16
to Mar 20

21st Century Poets

Artists: Kelly Donohue (curator), Emma Rose Smith, Felicity Banks, Chloë Callistemon

What does poetry look like in the 21st Century? What can it look like? How far has it already been pushed and where is it headed next? Watch online as four contemporary writers play with poetry in strange new spaces and platforms.

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