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Join Dr John Willsteed in conversation with Cut Copy: Brisbane music posters 1977-87 contributors for this online series.
On 8 December, hear from John as he interviews Peter Loveday on his memories and his work featured in the exhibition.
You can view the online event here and we encourage you to join the conversation online using #slqcutcopy and @slqld.
Upcoming Cut Copy online conversations
- 8 December 2020 — Dr John Willsteed with Peter Loveday
- 19 January 2021 — Dr John Willsteed with Gary Warner
- 16 February 2021 — Dr John Willsteed with Kitty van Vuuren
- 16 March 2021 — Dr John Willsteed with Andy Nehl
About Dr John Willsteed
John Willsteed is an Australian musician and sound designer. As a musician, he is best known as a member of Brisbane band The Go-Betweens, in which he played bass guitar 1987–1989. As a sound designer he won Australian Film Institute awards for his work on The Beat Manifesto (1996), Vietnam Nurses (2005, as composer) and Rare Chicken Rescue (2008). He is a lecturer in Music at QUT and was awarded the inaugural Letty Katts Award in 2016. John has provided curatorial advice for Cut Copy.
About Peter Loveday
Born in Toowoomba, Peter Loveday is a singer-songwriter whose career spans over three decades and began in 1978 in Brisbane as a member of The Supports. Loveday played in other Brisbane bands such as the Birds of Tin and Mute 44 before moving to London in 1982, then on to Barcelona to work and live. Most of Loveday's recorded work has been independently released. He often designs and produces cover art, flyers and posters, using a paper cut stencil and collage technique.
The online event is part of the programming for Cut Copy: Brisbane music posters 1977-87.