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is an Incorporated Association and is a volunteer run, not for profit Artist Run Initiative housed in Degraves Street Subway under Flinders Street , Melbourne. '''Sticky ''' was originally conceived as a not for profit retail 'side project' in 2001 within Platform Artist Group who operate artist exhibition spaces in the subway and nearby lanes. |+|
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three day a week shop-front idea, '''Sticky''' began with ten artist publications for sale in the Platform office in April 2001. Since then, '''Sticky''' has stocked thousands of titles from around Australia and overseas, and has established itself as a nationally and internationally recognised specialty [[zine]] and artist book shop. |+|
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|-|In October 2007 '''Sticky''' became an Artist Run Intitiative in its own right, as Sticky Institute Inc. Sticky continues to share Platform’s office space, its shop front, but is separately administered by volunteers including the shop’s founder and former Platform Coordinator, [[Luke Sinclair]], and [[zinester]] and co-cordinator [[Eloise Peace]]. |+|
|-|In February 2008 Sticky ran the [[Festival of the Photocopier]], celebrating Australia's underground zine culture. |+|
|-|In February 2009 Sticky participated in International Literature Conspiracy Week, for which they held a week of events including a zine fair. |+|
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== Contact ==
== Contact ==
Revision as of 01:28, 13 March 2009
Sticky Institute is a Melbourne based specialist zine shop, situated in Degraves Street Subway under Flinders Street.
Sticky is run by volunteers and is open six days a week. The artist space boasts its own typewriter pool, guillotine for revolutions, badge machines, long armed staplers and questionable music. With over 50 new zines and indie publications a month, Sticky is the only specialist zine shop and artist space of its kind globally. It is also known for its online shrine to Chester Carlson, extensive zineopedia, and for hosting the spectacular Festival of the Photocopier in February of each year, and the mischievous International Literature Conspiracy Week held by the Federation of Independent Thought.
The institute accepts all zines on consignment with a simple submission process and take only 20% commission.
P.O. Box 310
Flinders Lane, Melbourne