Posters for sale

#5 (unframed) $25 “Bulldozed: “Say No To Demolition””, undated, unknown artist, Liberal Party, 56 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Political/ Heritage

#6 (block mounted) $180 (unframed) $150 “Give Him the Arse”, undated, unknown artist, 57 x 41 cm Genre and issues: Political, Notes: 5 copies available

#11 (unframed) $50 “We won't be Gagged”, c. 1970, unknown artist, National Defence Fund, Melbourne, 52 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Political/ War, Notes: The National Defence Fund was setup in the year 1962 to take charge of voluntary donations in cash and kind received for promotion of the national defence effort, and to decide on their utilisation. The Fund is used for the welfare of the members of the Armed Forces

#12 (unframed) $50 “Whose future? Don’t Cut Welfare”, 1987, Deborah Kelly, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for SA Council of Social Services, 59 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Political/ Community, Notes: Reproduced in CAN SA Artwork issue 61 June 2005 p. 10

#13 (unframed) $50 “Whose Health & Welfare - Fraser”, 1978, artist unknown, Progressive Printers Alliance, 50 x 62 cm Genre and issues: Political/ Health/ Social justice

#16 (unframed) $75 “Labour Studies: Union Education to Empower Women and Men in the Workplace”, Jayne Amble (attributed), SA CAE (College Advanced Education), 59 x 40.5 cm Genre and issues: Union poster/ Political/ Education

#17 (unframed) $30 (2nd copy no yellow) “May Day: No Free Trade without Free Trade Unions”, 1996, Jayne Amble, Produced by CAN (Community Arts Network SA) for Commissioned by UTLC: SA May Day Committee, 57 x 40 cm Genre and issues: Union poster/ Political/, Notes: Reproduced in CAN SA Artwork issue 61 June 2005 p. 5 Pin in holes in corners of paper.

#19 (unframed) $50 “Trade Union Training Courses for Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders”, artist unknown, Produced by Advocate Press, Melbourne, 50 x 69 cm Genre and issues: Union poster/ Political/ Indigenous/ Education

#20 (block mounted) $50 “Weekend Workshop in Political Theatre”, undated, unknown artist, Trade Union Arts Program, 53 x 41 cm Genre and issues: Union poster/ Political/ Event/ Arts

#22 (unframed) $15 “Dole Bludgers Picnic”, undated, artist unknown, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Port Adelaide Unemployed People's Union, 43 x 28 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Political/ Unemployment

#23 (unframed) $30 “Don't Get Hassled by Sexual Harrassment”, artist unknown, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for, 63 x 32 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Community/ Unions

#25 (unframed) $30 “Feeling Crook: or Just Thinking About It?”, undated, Jayne Amble, Second Story: Youth Health Centre, 49 x 21 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Health/ Youth

#26 (unframed) $30 “No Government Con Jobs” 1979, Ross Bateman, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association), 43 x 27.5 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Political/ Unemployment

#27 (unframed) $20 “Port Adelaide Unemployed Peoples Union: the unemployment debate” c. 1978-79, Pam Harris (attrib), Port Adelaide Unemployed Peoples Union, 57.5 x 41 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Political/ Unemployment/ Unions

#30 (framed) $120 “The Super Fight” undated, Deborah Kelly, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Public Service Association of SA, 67 x 58 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Political/ Unions

#31 (unframed) $20 “Unemployed? Did You Know” undated, artist unknown, Unemployed Workers Union, 55 x 43 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Political/ Unemployment/ Unions, Notes: Handwritten phone number

#32 (unframed) $65 each (2 copies available) “Work Home” 1990's, Jayne Amble, Produced by CAN (Community Arts Network SA) for Department of Personnel and Industrial Relations: Equal Opportunities Branch, 43.5 x 62.5 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Women/ Unions, Notes: Reproduced in CAN SA Artwork issue 61 June 2005 p. 34

#33 (unframed) $65 “Xmas Dole Blitz” 1979, unknown artist, Unemployed Workers Union, 55 x 37.5 cm Genre and issues: Workers/ Political/ Unemployment/ Social Justice/ Unions

#35 (unframed) $60 “Working Parents and Sick Children: A Workforce Issue” 1992, unknown artist, Children's Services Office/ National Women's Consultative Process, 50 x 34 cm Genre and issues: Workers Event poster/ Political/ Women/ Youth

#38 (unframed) $35 “Are You a Woman with a Housing Problem?” c.1986, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Women's Information Switchboard, 42 x 30 cm Genre and issues: Women/ Housing

#39 (unframed) $60 “Australian Women's Education Coalition” 1979, Pam Harris, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Adelaide CAE (College Advanced Education), 44 x 29.5 cm Genre and issues: Women/ Education/ Event, Notes: 4th National conference

#40 (unframed) $30 “Composing Women's Festival” 1991, Jayne Amble (attrib), Produced by CAN (Community Arts Network SA) 59.5 x 28 cm Genre and issues: Women/ Arts/ Event

#43 (unframed) $85 “International Womyn's Peace Day” undated, unknown artist, 71.5 x 52 cm Genre and issues: Women/ International

#102 (unframed) $25 “Sunny Saturdays at Semaphore” undated, artist unknown, 54 x 24 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster/ Arts

#47 (unframed) $50 “Safety Security Support” undated, unknown artist, Riverland Women's Shelter, 41.5 x 29 cm Genre and issues: Women/ Health

#48 (unframed) $25 “The State of the Arts For Women” 1989, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 63 x 29.5 cm Genre and issues: Women/ Arts/ Event

#50 (unframed) $50 each (2 copies available) “Women’s Party: Three Hundred Things a Bright Girl Can Do” undated, unknown artist, Sturt CAE (College of Advanced Education), 38 x 51 cm (unframed) Genre and issues: Women/ Theatre poster

#51 (unframed) $20 “Women's Dance” undated, artist unknown, 57 x 45 cm Genre and issues: Women/ Event

#54 (unframed) $15 “Women's Information Van Here Soon” c. 1978-79, artist unknown, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 51 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Women/ Social justice

#61 (block mounted) $75 “Lets Present Our History: Images of Italian Family” 1984-85, unknown artist, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Federation of Italian Migrant Workers and their Families, 34.5 x 48 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Community

#63.1 (unframed) $75 “Richmond (Vic) Multicultural 1988 Calendar (5 posters)” 1987, various artists, Produced by various artists for Another Planet Posters with the Richmond Community, 75 x 50 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Community/, Notes: Calendar is spiral bound

#63.2 (unframed) $75 “Richmond (Vic) Multicultural 1988 Calendar (5 posters)” 1987, various artists, Produced by various artists for Another Planet Posters with the Richmond Community, 75 x 50 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Community/, Notes: Calendar is spiral bound

#63.3 (unframed) $75 “Richmond (Vic) Multicultural 1988 Calendar (5 posters)” 1987, various artists, Produced by various artists for Another Planet Posters with the Richmond Community, 75 x 50 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Community/, Notes: Calendar is spiral bound

#63.4 (unframed) $75 “Richmond (Vic) Multicultural 1988 Calendar (5 posters)” 1987, various artists, Produced by various artists for Another Planet Posters with the Richmond Community, 75 x 50 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Community/, Notes: Calendar is spiral bound

#63.5 (unframed) $75 “Richmond (Vic) Multicultural 1988 Calendar (5 posters)” 1987, various artists, Produced by various artists for Another Planet Posters with the Richmond Community, 75 x 50 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Community/, Notes: Calendar is spiral bound

#63.6 (unframed) $75 “Richmond (Vic) Multicultural 1988 Calendar (5 posters)” 1987, various artists, Produced by various artists for Another Planet Posters with the Richmond Community, 75 x 50 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Community/, Notes: Calendar is spiral bound

#64 (block mounted) $250 (unframed) $190 “Survival in Solidarity” undated, Mitch Dunnett, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 63 x 43 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Political/ Indigenous, Notes: Reproduced in CAN SA Artwork issue 61 June 2005 p. 42 2 copies- one block mounted, one unframed

#65 (framed) $380 “Unity” 1988, Kurwingie (Kerry Giles), Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for CoMedia (Community Media Association), 59 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Multicultural/ Indigenous, Notes: colour offset lithograph on paper. Also in Collection of Art Gallery SA

#70 (framed) $150 (unframed) $50 “United for the Future” 1984-85, Lesley Kemp, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) with Findon HS 53 x 73 cm Genre and issues: Mosaic Project/ Community/ Multicultural, Notes: Mosaic Project #1- Screenprinting Project 2 copies available- one framed (in exhibition), one unframed damaged with 7cm tear and creased, ($25 unframed)

#73 (block mounted) $120 “Will I be another Statistic?” c. 1984, Leposava, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) with Findon HS 73 x 53 cm Genre and issues: Mosaic Project/ Discrimination/, Notes: Reproduced in CAN SA Artwork issue 61 June 2005 p. 25

#74 (block mounted) $30 “A Practical Guide for Emerging Artists” undated, Brenda O’Conner (attrib), Genre and issues: Community/ Arts

#77 (unframed) $25 “Community Arts in WA” undated, Paul Downie, Produced by Community Arts Newtwork WA, 42 x 30 cm Genre and issues: Community/ Arts

#78 (unframed) $50 “Community Media Association Workshops” 1970's, Simon Kneebone, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 76 x 56 cm Genre and issues: Community/ Media

#79 (unframed) $50 “Community What Community?” 1978, unknown artist, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Adelaide Community Council for Social Development, 56 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Community

#80 (unframed) $65 “Customs House” undated, unknown artist, Semaphore Community Centre, 54 x 35 cm Genre and issues: Community

#81 (unframed) $25 “DISABILITY DISUNITY” undated, Deborah Kelly, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Disabled People International SA Branch, 59 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Community/ Disability, Notes: Damaged: corner torn

#82 (unframed) $20 “If You Have Housing Problems” undated, unknown artist, Housing Office, 56 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Community/ Housing

#84 (unframed) $20 “Port Adelaide Information Centre” c.1978, artist unknown, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 74 x 23 cm Genre and issues: Community

#87 (unframed) $20 “Rubbish” undated, artist unknown, Fregon NGA, 64 x 46 cm Genre and issues: Community/ Indigenous

#88 (unframed) $25 “SE Community Arts 86” 1986, unknown artist, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for South East Community Arts Program, 68.5 x 49 cm Genre and issues: Community/ Arts

#91 (unframed) $25 “Artist Week” 1988, Fiona Hall, Produced by Kitchener Press 62.5 x 43 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster/ Arts

#92 (unframed) $25 “Bazaar” undated, unknown artist, Box Factory, 25 x 37 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster, Notes: torn, faded

#94 (unframed) $25 “City of Noarlunga Festival” c.1978-79, unknown artist, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 56 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster/ Arts

#95 (unframed) $25 “Eureka Dance” undated, unknown artist, 40 x 36 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster/ Arts

#96 (unframed) $50 “Festival of Old Style Fun 'n Games” 1989, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 54 x 36 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster/ Families

#99 (unframed) $10 “No Mean Feet” undated, artist unknown, Splinter Dance Collective, 42 x 15 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster/ Arts

#103 (unframed) $25 “Swimathon” 1986, Deborah Kelly, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Burnside Swimming Centre, 42 x 30 cm Genre and issues: Community Event poster, Notes: Jublee 150 event

#108 (unframed) $30 “Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Week” undated, unknown artist, Rape Crisis Centre, 42.5 x 61 cm Genre and issues: Youth/ Health

#109 (unframed) $50 “Children are Special” undated, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Department of Education and Children's Service (DECS), 60 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Youth/ Community/, Notes: 2 copies- one is printer proof

#111 (unframed) $20 “Info Card” undated, Jayne Amble, Produced by CAN (Community Arts Network SA) for Tea Tree Gully Council/ Community Arts Network, 63 x 30 cm Genre and issues: Youth/ Community

#112 (block mounted) $75 “Kids Should Feel on Top of the World” undated, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 49 x 72 cm Genre and issues: Youth/ Health

#113 (unframed) $25 “National Childcare Conference” 1980, Pam Harris, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Adelaide CAE ( College Advanced Education), 50 x 35 cm Genre and issues: Youth/ Political

#114 (unframed) $15 “Neighbourhood Houses” undated, Deborah Kelly, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 42 x 30 cm Genre and issues: Youth/ Community

#115 (unframed) $20 “Volunteer - Youth Program” undated, artist unknown, 56 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Youth/ Community

#117 (unframed) $30 “Films: M.R.C. Come Out Schools Program” 1980's, Deborah Kelly, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Media Resource Centre, 62.5 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Youth Event poster/ Community/ Arts

#118 (unframed) $15 “Port Youth Theatre Workshop” c.1978-79, Pam Harris (attrib), Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 42 x 39.5 cm Genre and issues: Youth Event poster/ Community/ Arts

#119 (unframed) $20 “Program for Youth Week-1985” 1985, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) 69 x 49 cm Genre and issues: Youth Event poster/ Community/, Notes: International Youth Year

#120 (unframed) $25 “Young Film Makers Festival” 1996, artist unknown, 59 x 21 cm Genre and issues: Youth Event poster/ Community/ Arts

#121 (unframed) $20 “An Urban Corroboree” John Hopsinson, CASM-Aboriginal Artist Agency, 75 x 54 cm Genre and issues: Indigenous Event poster/ Community/ Arts

#122 (unframed) $15 “Nunga Cabaret” artist unknown, Produced by Progressive Printers 45.5 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Indigenous Event poster/ Community/ Arts

#123 (unframed) $50 “Survive, Revive Come Alive” 1996, R Corbett, NAIDOC, 42 x 59 cm Genre and issues: Indigenous Event poster/ Community

#130 (block mounted) $50 “Tipping the Scales: a comedy about education and social justice” undated, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Mainstream Theatre with SA Institute of Teachers and Easstern Area Education Dept., 50 x 35 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Community/ Social Justice/ Education, Notes: 2 copies available ($20 not mounted)

#131 (unframed) $15 “Underdale High School Play - Coolest Cat In Town” undated, artist unknown, 56 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Community/ Youth

#132 (unframed) $20 “Untitled (Russian)” 1984, artist unknown, 57 x 44 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Political/ International

#134 (unframed) $35 “Checkout” undated, unknown artist, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Junction Theatre Company. Play by Doreen Clark, 48.5 x 33 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Junction Theatre/ Community/, Notes: Junction Theatre Company started as an Art and Working Life project of the Association of Community Theatres (ACT). ACT was formed in South Australia in about 1975.Both Red Shed and Junction lost their Australia Council funding in the big cuts around 1998

#135 (unframed) $35 “Electric- Who has the power?” c.1987, Jayne Amble, Produced by Community Media Association for Junction Theare Company, 43 x 63 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Junction Theatre/ Political/, Notes: Junction Theatre Company started as an Art and Working Life project of the Association of Community Theatres (ACT). ACT was formed in South Australia in about 1975.Both Red Shed and Junction lost their Australia Council funding in the big cuts around 1998

#136 (unframed) $35 “Fireworks” undated, artist unknown, Produced by Community Media Association for Junction Theatre Company, 50 x 33 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Junction Theatre/ Political/ Unions, Notes: Junction Theatre Company started as an Art and Working Life project of the Association of Community Theatres (ACT). ACT was formed in South Australia in about 1975.Both Red Shed and Junction lost their Australia Council funding in the big cuts around 1998

#140 (unframed) $35 “This Dying Business (by Peta Murray)” c.1992, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Junction Theatre Company, 49 x 24 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Junction Theatre/ Community/, Notes: Junction Theatre Company started as an Art and Working Life project of the Association of Community Theatres (ACT). ACT was formed in South Australia in about 1975. Both Red Shed and Junction lost their Australia Council funding in the big cuts around 1998

#141 (unframed) $15 “150 Years In Portland” artist unknown, Community Arts Portland, 59 x 41 cm Genre and issues: Exhibition poster/ Community/ Arts

#142 (unframed) $20 “Learning For Living” Max Mansell, SA Education and Training Committee, 29.5 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Exhibition poster/ Community/ Indigenous/ Youth

#143 (unframed) $35 “Modern Trade Union Banners-SA Jubilee 150” undated, artist unknown, 59 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Exhibition poster/ Political/ Unions

#144 (block mounted) $35 “Portable Picture Show” undated, artist unknown, Produced by Port Adelaide 60 x 42 cm Genre and issues: Exhibition poster/ Community/ Arts

#145 (unframed) $65 “Right Here, Right Now” 1988, Lee-Anne Hall, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Curator Lee-Anne Hall for CoMedia (Community Media Association), 61 x 31.5 cm Genre and issues: Exhibition poster/ Political/ Indigenous, Notes: Political Printmaking Exhibition and tour for Australia's Bicentennial celebration year.

#146 (unframed) $15 She - A Multi Media Exhibition by SA Women Artists undated, artist unknown, 42 x 30 cm Genre and issues: Exhibition poster/ Women/, Notes: Women's Suffroget Centenary

#148 (unframed) $15 “Elvis Film Show” undated, artist unknown, 42 x 25 cm Genre and issues: Film Event poster/ Community/ Arts

#149 (unframed) $20 “Prison Films” undated, unknown artist, CPA Southern Branch, 38 x 51 cm Genre and issues: Film Event poster/ Community

#150 (unframed) $20 “Traditions & Visions Film Festival” 1988, Jayne Amble, Produced by Community Media Association 62.5 x 30 cm Genre and issues: Film poster/ Community/ Arts

#152 (unframed) $20 “Too many Captain Cooks” 1994, Alan Tucker (author), Omnibus Books, 68 x 46 cm Genre and issues: Book promotion poster/ Discrimination/ Indigenous, Notes: Damaged- marked and torn with bluetac staining

#153 (unframed) $85 “Alcohol Kills Our Culture” undated, unknown artist, Produced by AB Health Council for Aboriginal Health Organisation of SA, 36 x 57.5 cm Genre and issues: Health/ Indigenous

#155 (unframed) $120 (signed edition) “Do not work or live with Asbestos” 1983, John Hopkinson, 75.5 x 56 cm (signed: edition 7/20) Genre and issues: Health

#157 (unframed) $15 “Free Family Counselling” undated, unknown artist, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Dept. of Community Welfare Services, 57 x 38 cm Genre and issues: Health/ Families

#159 (unframed) $35 “Stop Dangerous Work: Stop Unsafe Work” undated, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for United Trades & Labour Council, 33.5 x 49 cm Genre and issues: Health/ Women/ Unions

#162 (unframed) $20 “Give it a Break” undated, artist unknown, 59 x 41.5 cm Genre and issues: Environment/ Event

#163 (unframed) $35 “Tomorrow” undated, artist unknown, Brisabne City Council, 38 x 59 cm Genre and issues: Environment, Notes: Brisbane City Council Community Arts Project for the Year of the Environment

#164 (unframed) $25 “Urban Bushland - Brisbane” undated, artist unknown, Brisbane City Council, 38 x 61 cm Genre and issues: Environment

#128 (unframed) $20 “In Cahoots: Play by Melissa Reeve” undated, Jayne Amble, Produced by CoMedia (Community Media Association) for Red Shed Company, Adelaide, 43 x 63 cm Genre and issues: Theatre poster/ Community

The sale of these posters will assist the Peace Foundation to continue their valuable support to artists representing social justice, human rights and environmental sustainability issues through art. To arrange for purchase of any posters or for further information, contact us through 'CONTACT US' page.

Note: Posters marked --ON HOLD -- are reserved subject to payment

Many posters were sold during and following the exhibition in May 2017 'Posters Empowering Community' at the Kerry Packer Gallery, Bob Hawke Primeministerial Centre UniSA  during South Australia's History Festival. That exhibition has now closed and posters remaining for sale can be seen below.

A selection of these posters are on display at the North Adelaide Community Centre (176 Tynte Street North Adelaide (enter through the library)) from 1 November to 3 December 2017- opening hours 10am - 4pm Mon-Fri and at the Tynte Street Christmas Market Sunday 3 December 10am - 3pm.