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'''Lets drive tonight: an exhibition on [[zine]] culture''', Revolver Upstairs, 229 Chapel Street, Prahan, Melbourne, Victoria, 7-28 July 2007.
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'''Lets drive tonight: an exhibition on zine culture''', Revolver Upstairs, 229 Chapel Street, Prahan, Melbourne, Victoria, 7-28 July 2007.
  
 
The exhibition, which was curated by Rudin Rashid, features [[zines]] from Australia and overseas. Zinester's whose works are featured in the exhibition include: Ultra Magnetic TC, Mak King, Order De Chico, K.E., Thomas Jeppe, Ben Hoban, Asleep On The Bus, Serpents, Till Thomas and Les Thunderers.
 
The exhibition, which was curated by Rudin Rashid, features [[zines]] from Australia and overseas. Zinester's whose works are featured in the exhibition include: Ultra Magnetic TC, Mak King, Order De Chico, K.E., Thomas Jeppe, Ben Hoban, Asleep On The Bus, Serpents, Till Thomas and Les Thunderers.
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*[http://www.revolverupstairs.com.au/letsdrive.swf ''Lets drive tonight''] webpage
 
*[http://www.revolverupstairs.com.au/letsdrive.swf ''Lets drive tonight''] webpage
  
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[[Category:Australian Events]] [[Category:Exhibition]] [[Category:Event]]

Latest revision as of 12:38, 18 March 2010

Lets drive tonight: an exhibition on zine culture, Revolver Upstairs, 229 Chapel Street, Prahan, Melbourne, Victoria, 7-28 July 2007.

The exhibition, which was curated by Rudin Rashid, features zines from Australia and overseas. Zinester's whose works are featured in the exhibition include: Ultra Magnetic TC, Mak King, Order De Chico, K.E., Thomas Jeppe, Ben Hoban, Asleep On The Bus, Serpents, Till Thomas and Les Thunderers.

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