Artist Call Out: Laneway to Laneway

Rising Phoenix Studios are excited to invite you to participate in our latest project. Laneway to Laneway is a digitally projected touring exhibition that can take your art work around the globe. For full details please click on the link.

Image credits: Lil Pearson, Samantha Bessell, Ripley Bruce & Amy Bartlett.


Waterlines: Artist call out

Tasmanian Regional Arts is seeking Expressions of Interest for our 2016 project WATERLINES.

Waterlines is a curated, state-wide arts project that invites Tasmanian Regional Arts (TRA) members to examine the concept of waterlines, the nature of water, retracing its path and revealing the interconnected and infiltrating nature of water at both the seen level above and the unseen level below. Waterlines aims to reveal common connections; woven threads of communities new and old, across Tasmania and across Australia.

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Street art project update

Street art poster final

Rising Phoenix Studios has been busy getting the Street Art project rolling. Some wonderful submissions are starting to come in. We are gaining growing support from a number of local Tasmanian businesses who are acknowledging the value of this project and the efforts of the young Rising Phoenix artists organizing it. Homelessness touches so many Tasmanian lives – it’s scary. We are enthused by the growing community support across our beautiful state helping to raise awareness about this issue.

Due to a number of requests, we have extended the Street Art submission deadline to the 31st of December. Keep those wonderful pieces coming in and thank you for helping to spread the word.

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Street art submissions

Street art poster final

Rising Phoenix Studios is seeking contributors for our next project, Street Art, a publication scheduled for a 2016 release in both print and electronic formats. Street Art is a literary project aiming to give voice to those who are currently homeless or have had their lives touched by homelessness in some form. It will be an anthology collection of short stories, poetry, photography and art – a celebration of passions, endurance, hopes and dreams. Proceeds from the sale of this work to be donated to the food van services currently providing for the homeless in Devonport, Launceston and Hobart.

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The Holographic Lounge Room Experience Artist Callout

Holographic lounge mental health

The Holographic Lounge Room Experience is pleased to collaborate with Interweave Arts and Streets Alive to invite members of community to participate in an exhibition of images responding to the theme ‘Mental Health Begins With Me’.

Titled ‘I Am We’ the exhibition will be projected nightly on one of Launceston’s multi-storey CBD buildings during Mental Health Week (4-11 October).

Some of you may also want to think about adding a text component which includes messages responding to the theme.

Theme: Mental Health Begins With Me
Deadline: 1 October 2015
Participating groups include Access Arts Link, MI Fellowship Tasmania, Northside Mental Health Clinic, Northern Suburbs Community Centre, Lilydale District School, Glen Dhu Primary School and Tasmanian eSchool

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Sponsored by Mental Health Council of Tasmania

REMADE 2015 Call for Entries


Tasmanian based artists, designers and creative people are invited to create works for REMADE 2015 which will show at QVMAG Inveresk on 7th November in matinee and twilight events.

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Designs must incorporate some element of recycling – this could include ‘rendered’ op shop outfits, radically deconstructed / reconstructed garments or wearable art pieces made from almost anything reclaimed or recycled.

REMADE 2015 will incorporate special categories including Fashions To Die For, Junior Designers Section, Eager Elders, Transform a Tradie, Big Screen Inspirations, and Fantasy

For expression of interest/ entry forms or more information please contact Event manager Karen Revie on 0400 020 448

Photography and graphic design by Ben Winwood
Model Dee Alford