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'''Cutnpaste: a selection of Australian self-publishing''' was an exhibition of Australian [[zines]], comics and e-zines that toured Australian eastern states between January and July 1999. The exhibition was designed by Lisa Burnett.
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'''Cutnpaste: a selection of Australian self-publishing''' was an exhibition of Australian [[zines]], [[comic]]s and ezines that [[zine tour|toured]] Australian eastern states between January and July 1999. The exhibition was coordinated by Jane Curtis and designed by Lisa Burnett, with the exhibition website and ezine component designed by Jude Robinson and Damien Frost.
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A 67 page catalogue, designed by Jude Robinson, was published to accompany the exhibition by [http://www.yaq.org.au Youth Arts Queensland].
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A 67 page catalogue, designed by Jude Robinson, was published by [http://www.yaq.org.au Youth Arts Queensland] to accompany the exhibition.
==Exhibition venues==
==Exhibition venues==
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* Bundaberg Arts Centre, Queensland
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* Bundaberg Arts Centre, Queensland, 2-16 January
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* The Lab, Townsville, Queensland
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* The Lab, Townsville, Queensland, 20-30 January
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* Macquarie Regional Library, Dubbo, New South Wales
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* Macquarie Regional Library, Dubbo, New South Wales, 5-18 February
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* Newcastle Regional Museum, New South Wales
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* Newcastle Regional Museum, New South Wales, 24 February-20 March
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* Queensland State Library
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* Queensland State Library, Brisbane, 26 March-30 April
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* Well Connected Internet Café, Sydney, New South Wales
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* Well Connected Internet Café, Sydney, New South Wales, 7-20 May
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* The Binary Bar, Melbourne, Victoria  
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* The Binary Bar, Melbourne, Victoria, 24 May-5 June
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* The Old Courthouse, Geelong, Victoria  
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* The Old Courthouse, Geelong, Victoria, 9-19 June
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* Youth Arc, Hobart, Tasmania
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* Youth Arc, Hobart, Tasmania, 23 June-3 July
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==Featured zines==
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*[[The kolonel's KFC kaos]]
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*[[Pop culture and 2 minute noodles]]
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*[[Reel wild cinema]]
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*[[Buzz]]
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*[[A show of hands zine]]
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*[[Psychobabble]]
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*[[Candy flipper]]
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*[[Woozy]]
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*[[Wilnot]]
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*[[Fruity murmurs]]
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*[[Pantry]]
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*[[Recorde]]
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*[[Shaft's big score]]
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*[[Viva la vulva]]
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*[[Puretest]]
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*[[The life and times of Mavis McKenzie]]
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*[[Ujaku]]
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*[[Life is cheap]]
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*[[Maggot death]]
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*[[27 twelve]]
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*[[Girls with power tools]]
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*[[Lemon fresh]]
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*[[Barefoot]]
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*[[George used to have a belt]]
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*[[PLaTES]]
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*[[Sure zine]]
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*[[Saucy beige]]
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*[[Tasmanian alcoholic]]
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*[[Another bodgy production...]]
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*[[Pig meat]]
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*[[The skills of defensive driving]]
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*[[Uzurlikzurli]]
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*[[Ms Obscure]]
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*[[Bizarism]]
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*[[Nectarzine]]
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*[[Refuse to accept]]
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*[[Animal stories]]
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*[[Pee]]
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*[[Are you normal?]]
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*[[Weirdoes world]]
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*[[Bastard child]]
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*[[Geek overload]]
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*[[TMT]]
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*[[Onward upward]]
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*[[Tales from the idiot box]]
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*[[My life as a mega-rich bombshell]]
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*[[Losergurrl]]
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*[[Spammy]]
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*[[Crypto]]
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*[[Sick puppy comix]]
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*[[Fried fresh tabouli]]
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*[[There's a toaster in my oven]]
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*[[Healthy mind sick body]]
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*[[Greener pastures]]
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*[[Spork]]
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://nla.gov.au/anbd.bib-an000026516667 ''Cutnpaste: a selection of Australian self-publishing''], [http://librariesaustralia.nla.gov.au/apps/kss Libraries Australia] catalogue record
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*[http://nla.gov.au/anbd.bib-an000026516667 ''Cutnpaste: a selection of Australian self-publishing''] exhibition catalogue, [http://librariesaustralia.nla.gov.au/apps/kss Libraries Australia] catalogue record
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*[http://www.uq.edu.au/mc/reviews/events/cutnpaste.htmlKirsty Leishman. "Point and Click to 'Cutnpaste'." ''M/C Reviews'' 4 June 1999]
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[[Category:Event]] [[Category:Australian Events]]
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[[Category:Event]] [[Category:Australian Events]] [[Category:Zine Tour]] [[Category:Exhibition]]

Current revision

Cutnpaste: a selection of Australian self-publishing was an exhibition of Australian zines, comics and ezines that toured Australian eastern states between January and July 1999. The exhibition was coordinated by Jane Curtis and designed by Lisa Burnett, with the exhibition website and ezine component designed by Jude Robinson and Damien Frost.

A 67 page catalogue, designed by Jude Robinson, was published by Youth Arts Queensland to accompany the exhibition.

Exhibition venues

  • Bundaberg Arts Centre, Queensland, 2-16 January
  • The Lab, Townsville, Queensland, 20-30 January
  • Macquarie Regional Library, Dubbo, New South Wales, 5-18 February
  • Newcastle Regional Museum, New South Wales, 24 February-20 March
  • Queensland State Library, Brisbane, 26 March-30 April
  • Well Connected Internet Café, Sydney, New South Wales, 7-20 May
  • The Binary Bar, Melbourne, Victoria, 24 May-5 June
  • The Old Courthouse, Geelong, Victoria, 9-19 June
  • Youth Arc, Hobart, Tasmania, 23 June-3 July

Featured zines

External Links

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