The ANAT Board is responsible for ensuring the ANAT strategic vision and mission are actively connected to ANAT operations through a series of subcommittees including Human Resources, Auditing, Programming and Technology. The Board is made up of duly elected members of ANAT. Additional members may also be co-opted within the guidelines of the ANAT Constitution.

Gillian Morrison | Chairperson | VIC Gillian Morrison has worked in digital production and arts administration for 25 years. She has a BSc from ANU, a Masters in Creative Media from RMIT University and is currently studying for her doctoral degree in game-based learning at Swinburne University. Gillian has served as a board member for Experimenta Media Arts, a committee member for Film Victoria’s Digital Media Fund and Chair for Women in Film and Television Victoria. Her productions span artwork exhibited in the Victorian National Gallery to gun-for-hire websites on sexual biology for tweens. She is the primary carer for two school-aged children.

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 Mark Boland | VIC  Dr. Mark Boland obtained his PhD at the University of Melbourne in nuclear physics conducting experiments at the MAX-lab accelerator facility in Lund, Sweden, where he went on to do his postdoc. When the Australian Synchrotron was funded he joined the Accelerator Physics group and played a key role in commissioning the machine which started operating for user experiments in 2007. Since then Mark has become an honorary fellow at the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne, teaching undergraduates and supervising MSc and PhD students in accelerator physics. Currently he is a Principal Scientist at the Australian Synchrotron where he has worked for the past ten years, the Chair of the Australian Institute of Physics Victorian Branch, Deputy Director of ACAS, Australian Team Leader at CERN of the CLIC Collaboration, Institute Board Member of the CLIC Detector and Physics collaboration and a member of many committees organising international physics schools and conferences, including Chair of the International Beam Instrumentation Conference (IBIC) to be held in Melbourne in 2015.


Ross Harley| NSW Ross Rudesch Harley [aka stereopresence] is an artist, writer, and educator in the field of new media and popular culture. His work crosses the bounds of media art practice, cinema, music, design, and architecture. Ross is Professor and Head of the School of Media Arts, College of Fine Arts at the University of New South Wales, Sydney.


Peter McNally| NSWPeter McNally has more than 35 years IT experience in the corporate and advisory sectors and is a former Partner in an international audit, tax and advisory firm. Peter had advised clients on major IT projects and initiatives, including the more effective use of technology to meet operational and financial goals. Clients that Peter has assisted are in Asia/Pacific, Europe and Middle-East and include Government, technology companies, financial services, airlines, defence and arts/community organisations.


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 Carol Treloar | SA Carol Treloar has held executive policy and management positions with the SA Premier’s Department and at Arts SA. Previously a journalist and feature writer with the Australian Financial Review, and a book reviewer for Australian newspapers, journals and radio, she has been on boards including the South Australian Film Corporation and the Adelaide Festival of Arts. Carol is also currently involved with SA’s Churchill Fellowships program and the WOMAD Foundation.


 raymond  Raymond Zada | SA Raymond Zada was born in Adelaide in 1971 and grew up in Port Augusta and Marree, South Australia. He is Aboriginal with Afghan and Scottish heritage. He is an Adelaide-based emerging visual artist working primarily with photography, video, and digital design; and an award-winning radio broadcaster with 13 years’ experience in production, presentation and technical operation. In 2013, Raymond won the New Media prize in the 30th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Awards for his piece, Sorry. In 2012, Raymond won an award in the 29th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award for his work on paper titled, racebook. Raymond’s work can be found in numerous public and private collections, in Australia and overseas, including the National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, and Google Cultural Institute. In 2010, Raymond was a writer, producer and performer in the work OutBlak Adventures, which toured regional South Australia and explored themes of family and sexuality. This confronting, educational and emotionally-engaging production won a Ruby Award.

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