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Fabrication Lab opens its doors
Our new fabrication lab opens its doors to the public next month. Inside you’ll find a 3D printer, a CNC router, a host of hand tools, sewing machines and an overlocker. After you complete an induction for the item you want to use, you’ll be able to use them for free on our Fabrication Lab’s open lab days. If the induction for the tools you want is booked out, don’t worry — more inductions will take place in February and throughout 2015. 

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In Other News
Story Monsters Ball

Our first Monsters Ball was amazing! Check out the photos on Facebook to see some of the creative costumes on the night and scary shots from our community-created haunted house. Feeling inspired? Hack the Evening can give you a head-start on your next costume! Share your photos and videos with us on Facebook of Twitter using the hashtag #EdgeMonstersBall

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Story ALLtogether 2014

On Sunday 30 November — International Day of People with Disability — help us celebrate the talent, experience and expertise of people with disability. There will be free performances, an art and craft market, the chance to learn about disability groups and organisations, and a free BBQ lunch.

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Story December opening hours

There’s plenty going on at The Edge over the next month, but be aware we have adjusted opening hours over the Christmas period, so please check the site before you come in.

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Story Interstate Arcade

A Perth-based studio of independent games developers, SK Games, has been transforming alleyways, bars, galleries and libraries into free pop-up arcades. Check out Interstate Arcade at The Edge next week, 25–26 November. All exhibits are locally produced games showcasing the diversity and creativity of the Australian games industry.

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Story What is Sound?

How does the mystery of determining what a sound source is shape our experience of both music and everyday life? Can you really make pop music out of a cow uterus, and why would you want to? Find out on Thursday 27 November from 6pm in The Edge Auditorium. Join Drew Daniel (half of the acclaimed electronic duo Matmos) talking with Greg Hainge and Andrew McLellan for an informal public conversation about these and other matters that will range across musical subcultures from the academy to the dancefloor and beyond.



04 // Hack the Evening Free weekly meetup for hackers, programmers and interactive technologists
04 // WordPress Brisbane Free monthly meetup for any WordPress user from new to experienced
05 // Brisbane Jelly Free weekly co-working meetup
07 // Onigiri Language Group Free weekly language exchange meetup
10 // Producers Club Free meetup for producers, musicians, audio engineers of all skill levels
10 // Wunderfools Free meetup to explore improvisation, Dance Therapy and Laban movement
11 // Hack the Evening Free weekly meetup for hackers, programmers and interactive technologists
12 // Brisbane Jelly Free weekly co-working meetup
14 // Onigiri Language Group Free weekly language exchange meetup
16 // Brisbane Web Design Free monthly meetup for web developers, designers and enthusiasts
17 // Joomla Meet Up Group Free monthly meetup for Joomla users
18 // Hack the Evening Free weekly meetup for hackers, programmers and interactive technologists
19 // Brisbane Jelly Free weekly co-working meetup

M.A.D.E storytelling video competition
If you’re under 25, the Museum of Australian Democracy wants to see your take on Eureka and democracy today. Grab your phone and upload your story to Youtube. Competition closes 26 November. 
Innovation award
Brisbane City Council’s annual Innovation award is looking for inspiration and innovation in Brisbane’s creative sector. Applications close 12 January 2015.
Australian writers (published and unpublished) of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are invited to apply for the 2015 Black&Write Indigenous Writing Fellowship. Applications close 30 January 2015.
Playing Queensland
If you have a show or act that’s ready to tour regionally, Arts Queensland may be able to help. Playing Queensland grants help artists and groups cover the costs of touring across Queensland where there is a demonstrated community interest in the work.
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