Brink Collective

Round Two…

In Uncategorized on February 10, 2012 at 6:14 pm

if you missed out on being a part of the documentary – The Missing Brink – Untold Stories of Great Southern Artists then your in luck!! round two of filming for the documentary is now underway.

If you would like to be a part of this amazing opportunity and you are a young person doing something creative in our community we would like to hear from you!!

Send us an email to telling us a bit about what you do and a bit about yourself and you could be a part of this amazing opportunity!!


Become A Brink Featured Artist or a Brink Reporter

In Uncategorized on April 20, 2011 at 11:29 am

Are you a young creative person Living in the great southern? You Could feature on the Brink Collective Website!! All you need to do is send us some information about what you do and some pictures of your work and your work could be featured on this site for all to see.

Are you a budding journalist? would you like to see your work shown in Brink Collective’s newsletters and websites? Become a Brink Collective Art Reporter. Send feature articles about music, arts events, exhibitions, even individual artists  or anything arts related to and we will do our magic!

Got ideas for a project? do you need someone to help make it happen? or do you want need to find someone with a particular skill for your project? Brink may be able to help. email us at

Want to feature in a documentary about young artists??

In Uncategorized on April 20, 2011 at 6:51 am

Why Hello There!!

We are currently on the look out for young and emerging artists from across the great southern to feature in a documentary that focuses on youth arts in the region.

You could be a part of this, We are looking for people between the ages of 12-26 that work with a range of different art forms including (but not limited to) Visual arts, Dance, Literature, Music, Theatre and Contemporary arts.

Brink Collective will be traveling around to towns in the Great Southern and visiting artists at the place they go to create, or at a place where they find inspiration. We will find out how the artists work, where their ideas/inspiration comes from, what they hope to do in the future and more

All of the interviews will then be made into a documentary that will be launched in Albany and Denmark (dates and venues to be confirmed)

The film will aim to celebrate and unearth young artists and encourage them to continue to pursue their art form. We hope that through this project will paint a positive picture of Young people in the Great Southern.

To Get Involved, Send an Email to with a few examples of your work attached or write a paragraph about what you do! It’s that easy!! Let us know if you’re interested  the deadline has been extended to Monday the 16 of may

This Project is supported by Great Southern Factor Inc. and Smith Construction.