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Poster, 'First anti-imperialist song festival', printed by Earthworks Poster Collective

Poster, 'First anti-imperialist song festival', screenprint on paper, designed by [Chips Mackinolty], printed by Earthworks Poster Collective, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1979

Poster featuring images of the American one dollar bill in a repeat pattern, a crowd of people and a smaller figure raising a guitar into the air. The full wording is: 'First / anti-imperialist / song festival / Saturday, February 24th / Union Theatre / Parramatta Rd., Sydney University / Dance & music from 10 countries including / Latin America, Italy, Vietnam & Palestine / Plus New Theatre, Yahuar-Huamani and Jeanie Lewis / from 7 p.m. Tickets $5.00'. Poster marked.
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