All welcome to the launch of our 16th edition of ZineWest. SUNDAY, 16 October, 2022 10:45 am for brunch (featuring Sahtein Feasts and salad snacks) 11:15 am Readings, Prizes and Giant Raffle 12:45 pm NWG Inc’s 20th Anniversary Cake
We thank all the art entrants for their range of talented and imaginative work. We wish we had space for more than those listed below. We also thank our Art judge, Hayley Megan French, Curator and Artist Development, Parramatta Artists Studios who sees all the entries and nominates the listed works and the prizes. Prizes will be announced at the October Launch.
ZINEWEST 2022 ART LIST
Sandra Borri: Thought Patterns and Falling Apart
Mihaela Cristescu: Axis Mundi
Erin Macnaught: For the Love of Pizza and Reading on the Train
Kathryn Munro: Eucalyptus Dream and Meandering City
ZW2022Art Entry Form ZineWest 2022 is now open for Art entries. We are looking for digital images (jpeg’s 300dpi) from creatives with links to Western Sydney (residents, workers, students or people involved with WS cultural/arts activities.) We publish around 6 greyscale images and 8 full colour in our A5 print Zine. $100 for best image.
Free entry, up to three images. Judge: Dr Hayley Megan French (PAS) Please read form for more information!
NEW Writers Group Inc secretary, Mihaela Cristescu chatted on 17 November, to Jim Taggart and Darryn Cape-Davis, on Spotlight, Alive 90.5 about our Writing Parramatta project. Jim and Darryn read poems by Marina Robins, The Tropics888 and Peter Cartwright. Mihaela brought to the studio a Covid-delayed birthday cake to celebrate the first year of the show! Listen to the podcast here
Image: Reflections by Marina Robins won Best Image Award in WP21.
Saturday, 13th November, 2021, we gathered on Zoom to explore the collection of poems, images and stories published during this year on Parramatta themes. This project is part of Writing Parramatta 2021 which has been supported by a City of Parramatta Creative Economy Grant.
Justine Youssef is an artist currently living and working across unceded Darug and Gadigal Lands. Through moving image, performance, scent and installation, their practice engages with moments and places that reconfigure authoritative realities. They have been awarded the 2019 John Fries Award (The Copyright Agency) for their work ‘Under the table I learn how to feed you’, and held their first solo exhibition ‘All Blessings, All Curses’ at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney. Further to this, Youssef was a founding co-director of Pari, an artist-run space in Parramatta, and the Professional Practice Coordinator at the National Association for the Visual Arts. Image Credit: Joe Brennan