The Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT), with partners Access2Arts (AUS), Unlimited (UK) and Watershed (UK) hosted Unfixed – a Creative Research Residency with ten Australian and UK Deaf and disabled artists selected to investigate and explore the determination of bodies as ‘disabled’ or ‘abled’. (more…)
Category: Past Programs
In 2015, ANAT, partnered with Adelaide City Council, is working with students from Warriappendi School to produce works for Adelaide’s iconic Rundle Lantern. The completed works were screened on the Rundle Lantern from 8 October 2015 – 31 January 2016 as part of the inaugural Tarnanthi Festival.
ANAT and ACC also commissioned the Media Resource Centre to produce a documentary about the workshop process.
The film Art in the Evening: Warriappendi School Project was created by Chrissy Kavanagh, Anthony Frith and Haidarr Jones.
ADELAIDE 20 – 30 JULY 2015
Timed to coincide with National Pain Week, The Art of Pain discussed contemporary pain research and its implications. Presented by ANAT, The Bob Hawke Centre Prime Ministerial Centre and Pain Adelaide with the generous support of the Australia Council for the Arts, The Art of Pain comprised of an exhibition, an expert conversation and panel discussions about the experience and management of pain. (more…)
Writers and artists are experts at imagining and creating the lives and worlds of others – but what happens when the tables are turned and they themselves become The Subjects? (more…)
ANAT is very pleased to have been included in Deloittes report on the future of Australian Manufacturing and the Maker Movement. (more…)
ANAT is seeking six South Australian artists/animators/filmmakers to participate in a guided creative development process to produce short screen-based works suitable for exhibiting on the Rundle Lantern. (more…)
We are thrilled to announce the successful recipients of the 2014 Synapse Residencies – a core element of the Synapse initiative of the Australia Council of the Arts and ANAT, which has enabled collaboration between artists and scientists since 2004. (more…)
Throughout 2011 ANAT will be working with its partners COFA (UNSW), UTS, University of Sydney, d/Lux Media Arts, Business Event Sydney and Events NSW to establish the ground work for The International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2013. (more…)
ISEA2013 is seeking two Curatorial interns to assist in the preparation and production of ISEA2013, to be held in Sydney, 7th – 16th June 2013. (more…)
Imagine living alongside artworks that reflect the choices that you and your local communities are making towards achieving a sustainable future (more…)