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digestive audio #4

Fri, 05 Nov 2004

digestive audio #4 From: Audio Foundation

* * * * * A SELECTION OF NEWS AND EVENTS * * * * *

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Static Mansion # 3 on Sunday 7th at Creation in Christchurch featuring Audible 3, Organism and Naomi Lamb Acroma presents # 8 of their series at S.C.A.P.A in Auckland with Clinton Watkins, Cookie Brooklyn and Nigel Wright The New Zealand Film Archive presents SoundTracks, 5 8pm, Wed, Nov 24th, Shed 11 featuring Brian Crook, Birchville Cat Motel, Disasteradio, The Timeless Sounds Red Mole/Roadworks Productions present. The (Un) Known Island Tales of Trade in Wellington 3 - 10 November at WACT Studios particle/wave is now open for applications to participate and proposals for radio projects during April 2005.Deadline NOV 15 2004. http://aura.siba.fi/particlewave/call.htm Applications Invited for Foundation Künstlerdorf Schöppingen Scholarships http://www.goethe.de/kug/kue/mdk/akt/enindex.htm http://www.happy.net.nz for gigs in Wellington generally

As usual any feedback or suggestions welcome...

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