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Some random art stuff

Interesting sites, resources and organisations offering youth specific and other programs.

  • The Centre for Contemporary Photography Rotary Youth Arts Project
    Young people living, studying or attending services in the City of Yarra are invited to participate in a 20 week photography course at the CCP.
  • Code Z
    More than just a lively art news source, with community forums, feedback opportunities, and artists' works, Code Z is an unparalleled network of black visual creators at the forefront of shaping our culture and our world.
  • Deviant art
    Deviant art is an online network for socialising, viewing and posting art, from photography and painting to flash and anime.
  • Inside a dog
    The insideadog website promotes Australian and international young adult literature. It features news, book reviews, a writer-in-residence blog, author interviews, links, competitions and lots of opportunity for contributions from young readers.
  • La Trobe Regional Gallery Young Ambassadors Program
    Inspired by the National Gallery of Victoria's Youth Access Project, the LRG Young Ambassadors program has been created to offer opportunities for young people who want to start a career in the Arts Sector, and provide the Gallery some insight into the interests (and disinterests) of local young adults.
  • Lost and Found
    Lost and Found is an eNewsletter that explores the creative spaces, events and places that make Melbourne worth a visit.
  • National Gallery of Victoria Youth Access Project
    The National Gallery of Victoria Youth Access Project is designed to provide arts based programs, services and activities for young people in metropolitan and regional Victoria, who are not in education or employment.
  • Sticky Institute
    Sticky is a volunteer run, not for profit Artist Run Initiative housed in Degraves Street Subway under Flinders Street, Melbourne. It was originally conceived as a not for profit retail 'side project' in 2001 by the Platform Artist Group who operate artist exhibition spaces in the subway and nearby lanes.
  • ThreeThousand
    ThreeThousand is a weekly snapshot of Melbourne's subculture - a Melbourne guide to film, music, design, books, art, goods and links for people who realise that the best things in life are often hard to find.

 

Crowds on their way to festival performances

Opening Night of "The Anti Mascot Project", Next Wave Festival 2006

People walking through Federation Square with artworks hanging from the glass walls

Melbourne Fringe Festival 2008