Survey book win a Christmas surprise

  • 1:28AM Dec 17, 2018
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A $50 book voucher for completing the Borderlands literary journal survey has gone to Alice Springs author Kathleen Epelde … For years, Kathleen Epelde wanted to write but didn’t know where to start. Until she found her stride at a workshop in Sydney in 2000 with revered memoirist and teacher Patti Miller, an experience Kathleen […]

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On writing’s lure: AAWP’s 2018 annual conference, Perth

  • 10:34PM Dec 03, 2018
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Project lead Dr Glenn Morrison shares his reflections on the 2018 AAWP conference.  The 2018 AAWP annual conference Peripheral Visions is without doubt the best I’ve been to, and a credit to Curtin-based organisers Rachael Robertson, Catherine Noske and team, as well as the AAWP executive, who managed to run a fun AGM (true story!). Ostensibly I was there […]

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Borderlands Project selected for Creative Partnerships Australia MatchLAB Program

  • 3:24AM Oct 23, 2018
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Successful applicants for the Creative Partnerships Australia MatchLAB program 2018/19 were announced this month, and The Borderlands Project team were thrilled to learn their project had been accepted as one of 26 to take part in the program. As part of the program, Borderlands team member Raelke Grimmer will fly to Melbourne during November for […]

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The Borderlands Project Secures Arts NT Funding

  • 3:15AM Oct 23, 2018
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In June 2018, the Borderlands Project team secured a $22,200 Strategic Grant from Arts NT in addition to $5,000 of seed funding from Charles Darwin University, to support a crucial first phase of the project. Phase 1 of the project researches the viability and feasibility of the project. Over the past four months the team, […]

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