Advertising for un Magazine 10.1 now OPEN
un Projects is now accepting bookings for advertisements in issue 10.1 of un Magazine.
This is a great opportunity to make you and your organisation known by artists and arts organisations Australia-wide. With over 4,000 issues distributed nationally (and a few more internationally) un Magazine is one of Australia's most loved and widely read independent contemporary art publications.
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Deadline for bookings is Monday 15 February 2016. Read more here.
un Magazine 9.2 Out Now
un Projects is excited to announce un Magazine issue 9.2, edited by Pip Wallis and sub-edited by Beth Caird and Aodhan Madden, is out now.
Issue 9.2 features contributions by Elena Betros, Eva Birch, Lauren Burrow, Holly Childs, Beth Collar, Catherine Dale, Brighid Fitzgerald , Sarah Rodigari and Ariel Goldberg, Ioanna Gordon-Smith, Evangeline Graham, Rosie Issac, Olivia Koh, Jonathan P. Watts and Adam Linder, Ellen van Neervan, Patrick Staff, Cinnamon Templeton, Tash Madden, and Eleanor Zeichner.
Free printed copies of un Magazine are, or will be soon, available from:
Centre for Contemporary Photography, Craft Victoria, Gertrude Contemporary, Kings ARI, Monash University Museum of Art, Paradise Hills, RMIT School of Art Gallery, VCA Margaret Lawrence Gallery, West Space, Bus Projects, Seventh Gallery, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, RMIT Design Hub
ALASKA, Artspace, Firstdraft, ICAN, MOP Projects
Australian Experimental Art Foundation
Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania, CONSTANCE ARI (formerly Inflight ARI)
Boxcopy, Gallery of Modern Art Bookstore, Institute of Modern Art
Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Fremantle Arts Centre
Canberra Contemporary Art Space
mzin (Leipzig), Para/Site (Hong Kong), The Physics Room (Christchurch), Printed Matter (New York), ProQM (Berlin), Eastside International. (Los Angeles), Castillo/Corrales (Paris)
Introducing the Editor of un Magazine Volume 10
un Projects are pleased to announce that Shelley McSpedden will be editor of Volume 10 of un Magazine in 2016.
Shelley McSpedden is an independent arts writer and educator based in Melbourne. She has written regularly for art publications including Eyeline, Discipline and un Magazine, and has contributed major catalogue essays to publications for Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) and White Street Projects. She wrote the text for Notes From a Cretaceous World, a book on the work of Nicholas Mangan published in 2010. Shelley has taught units on C20th and C21st Art and Design Theory at both Monash University and RMIT since 2010. Prior to that she was Gallery Manager at Sutton Gallery in Melbourne. She has also worked for a range of other arts organisations, including the Sydney Fridge Festival, Phatspace and Interface Festival. Shelley holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) majoring in Visual Culture from Monash University and is currently completing her PhD in the Art Theory and History Program there.
Shelley will co-edit issue 10.1 with Meredith Turnbull who is a Melbourne based visual artist, jeweller, curator and writer. She completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Art History at La Trobe University in 2000 and a Bachelor of Fine Art in Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT University in 2005. Meredith has worked at the Victorian College of the Arts as Gallery Manager and Curator of the VCA Margaret Lawrence Gallery. Prior to that she was editor of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art's online magazine ACCA Mag where she also worked as a Project Manager and Assistant to the Artistic Director. She has been a guest lecturer and assessor for RMIT University in Sculpture, Interior Design and Object Based Practice and a teaching associate in Theory of Art and Design at Monash University. Meredith is currently a lecturer in Art History at RMIT University specialising in C20th and C21st Craft, Design and Contemporary Art and a current PhD candidate in Fine Art at Monash University in the Faculty of Art and Design.
un Magazine 10.1 and 10.2 will launch in April and September 2016 respectively.
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