Big Fag Press


Projects

Here’s a list of projects the Big Fag Press is participating in, or running!

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  • Emerging Artists Residency Programme, January 2013Pat grant and laura hindmarsh

      In January 2013, Big Fag Press hosted two emerging artists in its Woolloomooloo workshops: Laura Hindmarsh (TAS) and Pat Grant (NSW). The idea was to provide an opportunity to artists who would not normally be able to afford such a luxurious period of time playing around on our machine. It also meant that we at the Big Fag had […]

  • Green Bans Art Walk, August 2011Image courtesy of Sarah from Sites and Sounds

    Image courtesy of Sarah from Sites and Sounds Green Bans Art Walk was a collaboration between BigFagPress, Cross Art Projects, Firstdraft Depot, Fiona MacDonald and a number of Woolloomooloo and Kings Cross residents. GBAW was an extensive research project on the excitement and struggle of the ’70s in Woolloomooloo, Darlinghurst and Kings Cross. A guided walk was available […]

  • John Demos – Accessible Arts Residency, 2013

    A mentorship + residency programme with John Demos, developed through collaboration with Project Insideout at Macquarie Hospital. This residency has been made possible through Amplify your Arts which is a devolved funding program administered by Accessible Arts on behalf of the NSW Government through Arts NSW and Ageing, Disability and Home Care. John has been […]

  • Mapping Sydney, 2009-2013mapping sydney

    Mapping Sydney reveals new faces of Sydney, suppressed, overlooked, or never imagined by conventional maps and tourist guides. Curated and commissioned by UTS academic Dr Naomi Stead, it combines artists, an architect, a visual communication designer, a landscape architect, a writer, and an animator to provide original maps to the harbour city. Big Fag Press […]

  • Printed Matter, June 2011printed matter

    Printed Matter was an exhibition featuring Big Fag Press, Rizzeria and Blood and Thunder. It was held at The Paper Mill in June 2011. To read more about this exhibition, Click here.




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