Current Program

2019 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship

In a partnership between the Australian Antarctic Division and ANAT, the Antarctic Arts Fellowship provides opportunities for people from the creative community to experience Antarctica first hand, and share this with the broader Australian community through their chosen art form.

We will be calling for applications for the 2019 Antarctic Arts Fellowship later in the year.

Image: Leading TV screenwriter Jane Allen (Cleverman, Janet King, Wentworth, Love Child) and award-winning novelist Dr Jesse Blackadder (Sixty Seconds, Chasing the Light) who were jointly awarded the 2018 Fellowship.


Call for Applications :: ANAT and the Australian Wine Research Institute Artist‘s Residency
Do you feel as though your practice could benefit with some breathing space? Would you consider your arts practice and a residency at the Australian Wine Research Institute a great blend?
The Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) is excited to announce a new art + science residency in partnership with the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI), based in Adelaide.


The AWRI is the Australian grape and wine industry’s research organisation. It supports a sustainable and successful grape and wine industry through world-class research, practical solutions and knowledge transfer. The AWRI will host the residency at the Wine Innovation Cluster based in Urrbrae, Adelaide, with the successful artist to work with the AWRI’s flavour chemistry and sensory research teams, led by Dr Leigh Francis. The AWRI’s contribution to the residency is substantial and includes research staff, facilities, materials and the provision of an external sensory panel and consumer study.

Find out more here

Image: Measuring a wine sample before analysis. Image courtey PIRSA

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