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digestive audio #4

Fri, 05 Nov 2004

digestive audio #4 From: Audio Foundation

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

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. Applications Invited for Foundation Künstlerdorf Schöppingen Scholarships for gigs in Wellington generally

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