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Multiculturalism in Australia

The Walrus Magazine is a monthly general interest magazine with a strong focus on photojournalism.

We are publishing an article on Identity, specifically how visible minorities Integrate/segregate in Australia. If you have a series which focuses
on multiculturalism in Australia please contact me ASAP, as we are quite close to deadline.

please send inquiries and images for consideration to: natalie@walrusmagazine.com

by Natalie Matutschovsky at 2006-01-12 15:03:52 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Toronto , Canada | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Hi Natalie!…when did you join LS?? (i’ve been around haunting this place for some time now, frankly more interesting than what’s going on around our town…and for you and the magazine, it will be a great resource!)…sadly, .long time, no see. ..Anyway, .hello to Balint. I guess you’ll (sort of) see some of my work here, but here is only stuff from this summer, more or less (less)  ;)))))))……the world: size of a thumb print. cheers, Bob..p.s. can i send you an idea for a story (writing and photography?)…

by [former member] | 12 Jan 2006 16:01 (ed. Jan 12 2006) | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
A note to LS members not familiar with Walrus Magazine. Walrus is a strong, vital and excellent magazine. It’s (roughly speaking) a Canadian version of Harpers or the New Yorker…or something of that ilk. The writing is excellent as are the artistic contributors. It is one of Canada’s finer Monthly magazines. As for exposure for the  photographers, many of the editions that I have purchased and/or read/seen have included powerful  photographs by class photographers. I imagine their circulations is also large.  This, indeed, would be a great opportunity for any photographer who could fit the bill for this request. It is a terrific magazine. Good Luck. cheers, Bob

O, for the record ;))):   I am in NO way affiliated nor have I worked with the magazine. I do, however, know Natalie, the photo editor, and she’s a great person (and a photographer herself).

by [former member] | 12 Jan 2006 17:01 (ed. Jan 12 2006) | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
Hello Bob, I apologize for my delayed response. Thanks so much for your kind words about the mag Yes absolutely go ahead and forward any story ideas you have, we’d love to see them. This goes for all other LS’s folks as well, we’re always on the look out for new talent and are interested in both fine art and journalistic photography. Send all inquiries to natalie@walrusmagazine.com. hope to hear from you soon. n

by Natalie Matutschovsky | 19 Jan 2006 10:01 (ed. Jan 19 2006) | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→

New to LS and have recently posted a small selection of pictures from a series called "pidgin" travelling from Canberra, Australia to Port Moresby, PNG with two brothers (PNG mum and Aussie father).

Take a look at the gallery.



by Sean Davey | 24 Jan 2006 06:01 | Sydney, Australia | | Report spam→

I have been working on a series that concerns alternate culture and the people who live on the cusp of society in Sydney Australia.
I don’t know if this would be what you are looking for, but if it is contact me.
There is a link to my web site on my porfile.

Cheers Sasha R Woolley

by sasha woolley | 07 Feb 2006 19:02 | sydney, Australia | | Report spam→
Check out a Perth Guy called Roger Garwood, He does a lot of photography in WA’s remote aboriginal communities. I dont have his contact details handy, but he gets a mention here: http://www.fotofreo.com/2006/photographers2006.shtml and member ’David Dare Parker will be able to hook you up if necessary.


by Paul Langmead | 10 Feb 2006 19:02 | Shanghai, China | | Report spam→
i am a melbourne bassed photographer
i have images from baxter detention centre SA 2005
when the activist went there to protest
and were met by a heavy police presence
you can see these image and more on my site

cheers travis

by travis beard | 14 Feb 2006 23:02 | melbourne, Australia | | Report spam→
Hi everyone. We were on a really tight deadline but thanks to all of your responses we were able to publish the work of four excellent photographers; Tony Reddrop, Dean Swell, Tamara Dean and Cassaadra Mathie. Thanks so much, natalie

by Natalie Matutschovsky | 16 Feb 2006 10:02 | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
Great! :)))…Which edition? Natalie, I flipped through a copy yesterday at the Yonge/Bloor line and didnt see: which addition?…I’m glad I could help Tony! :)))…cheers, bob…p.s.  I do have an idea for the magazine…and I’ll send you a PM or email sometime…right now, im just overwhelmed…maybe if you’re going to the April Opening of KaSing Gallery new space (6×6 Show), we’ll talk then…otherwise, i’ll send you some thoughts this summer….hello from Marina…b

by [former member] | 16 Feb 2006 15:02 (ed. Feb 16 2006) | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
Thanks Bob,

                       If your down this way contact me,there is a beer or two for you.

by Tony Reddrop | 16 Feb 2006 23:02 | Melbourne Australia, Australia | | Report spam→
Hi Bob, This work will be in our March issue.

I’m really looking forward to KaSing’s new space, please give my best to him  and Holly if you see them anytime soon. And yes of course  it’ll be great to see you and Marina at their opening. my best, natalie

by Natalie Matutschovsky | 17 Feb 2006 05:02 (ed. Feb 17 2006) | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
for sure, see u then. hello to mr. balint also…b

by [former member] | 17 Feb 2006 06:02 | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→

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