You don’t ‘have’ to be a professional photographer to contribute, however we do expect a high standard of work. You could be a street artist or a fashion desginer- we just want your work to be represented by a photograph!
MD is all about giving independent artists another medium to exhibit their work in. Publishing your work also promotes the very best little pretty Perth has to offer and gives us a chance to document and ‘historicize’ indie art that may otherwise fly under the radar. MD seeks to make our lil’ cultural hub as creatively competitive and encouraging as possible! Nothing is taboo. We have an R+ rating so don’t hold back! Make a statement and make it last!
The format will change from A5 portrait to A4 landscape. Submissions for entry begin now and end on the 18th of January. Email to email@example.com your lo res images a lil’ bio and your contact details as we might also like to interview you pretty young things!
NB Please ensure that the people in your photos are happy to have their image published for the public. Certify that you have the right!
And if you have contributed to us before please do not hesitate to contribute to us again!
Cut & Paste speaks with Lauren O’Brien, architecture student and creator of Osier!’s quirky handmade jewellery.
Our resident Polaroid fiend Nicole Norelli get here camera out at the latest Cut & Paste launch, and this is what she found //
As we’re sure you all know Semi-Permanent is a world-renowned design & creative conference, bringing international and national speakers together for a day of creative conversation and inspiration.
As in years previous Semi-Permanent has a pretty tidy line-up set for 2009 //
To get in on the action all your need to do is use the special link provided in the flyer OR call/ drop into Ticketek and quote the password “ARTRAGE HEARTS CUT & PASTE”
Cut & Paste will be bringing you some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from Semi-Permanent 2009 //
Get your tickets here. // But not until Mon. Sept. 28 //
Grandmaster Roc Raida sadly passed away last week. Cut & Paste were fortunate enough to catch up with him, during the Perth leg of his tour in 2008. //
The full extended interview will be up on the website later this week. //
To catch the Roc Raida interview head to iTunes & search “Cut & Paste DVD”. The Roc Raida interview features on Cut & Paste 5. //
For the first time in Perth Fashion Festival history, the Morrison Spring Summer 09/10 Collection was showcased in an independent runway event. //
The creative hub of Northbridge came alive for Outskirts, a precinct-wide festival celebrating emerging fashion and design – with over 50 events //
You can also vote for your favourite Fashion on the Outskirts now. //
Style Oasis is a lifestyle space appearing in a different CBD location daily //
Visit www.perthfashionfestival.com.au for all the details //
The first ‘Sunday Best Markets’ presented by Unwrapped saw the designers of tomorrow showcase their wares. An assortment of stalls featuring fashion, jewelery, illustration, home wares, original art and skin care. //
One of the biggest model competitions Perth has to offer was back for 2009, looking for the next beautiful face of tomorrow. Hosted by Seven personality Sophie Falkiner! //
A Perth Fashion Festival first came in the way of When I Grow Up was 100% kids. With tiny models strutting their Father’s Day best from the Spring/Summer 09/10 collections from Forrest Chase retailers such as Pumpkin Patch, Myer and Levi’s. //
West End Haute, the official Perth Fashion Festival launch showcased an array of collections from King Street retailers. //
A night of fashion amongst VIP, media and festival friends at the Fashion Paramount. //
Cut & Paste ventured into the city to check out the Myer Basement Presents Shopaholic Models show. The parade showcased looks from Ed Hardy, Bardot, Dangerfield, Politix, Riders by Lee, Princess Highway and Mossimo. //
The event also featured popular Australian singer Cassie Davis (although we can’t say we’ve heard of her here at Cut & Paste, and by the looks of her stage antics won’t be looking her up!). //
The WA Designer Collections showcase some of WA’s best designers, presenting their Spring/Summer 09/10 Collections. //
Held at the purpose built Fashion Paramount. //
Design Process sees King Street retailers collaborating with local artists to present an interpretation of the process behind all facets of design. //
POPSICLE! returns to the 2009 Perth Fashion Festival, this time in a vintage bus!
Visit www.OnWilliam.com.au/popsicle for all the details //
Music: ‘Drum Head’ by Diger Rokwell //