Yandell Walton, Move Me, 2021, video of work in development using motion capture and photogrammetry. The research and development of Move Me was supported through the ANAT Ideate program and the Philip Hunter Fellowship, Melbourne University.

Call for Nominations to the ANAT Board of Directors

ANAT is a national not-for-profit experimental arts organisation, who from our home base on Kaurna Country in South Australia has for over 35 years cultivated opportunities for artists to create experimental work with science and technology partners.

Collaboration is in our DNA. ANAT relies on the vision and strength of our Board of Directors to guide our approach and intent.

With a fresh strategic plan for 2025 – 2028, we acknowledge that humanity and our planet Earth is amid a transformative era, facing some of the greatest ecological, social, cultural, economical and technical challenges in human history.

The strategy was developed by the ANAT community; the Board, the staff, our partners and collaborators. It articulates our four strategic goals; amplify, nourish, adapt and transcend. This strategy is both a map and a compass.

OUR VISION FOR 2025 – 2028 is for artists to contribute to cultivating the conditions for ecological, cultural, social and economic flourishing for all living beings, through the making and sharing of some of Australia’s most important stories.

Building on our existing programs, capability, and our core value of reciprocity, over these four years ANAT will identify and develop our role in cultural diplomacy locally, nationally, internationally, and importantly with our neighbours across the Indo Pacific and Southeast Asian regions.

We recognise that we need to amplify the unheard and vulnerable (human and beyond human), transcend traditional practices to communicate stories effectively and cultivate relationships that enable us to endure.

Read the ANAT Strategic Plan 2025-2028

Due to past members serving full tenure, we now have three vacancies, including one First Nations Identified position.

We’re looking for individuals who share our commitment to serving a central role for artists within the world and communities.

With a commitment to platforming representatives of an inclusive and intersectional contemporary society, we encourage interest from people from all cultural backgrounds and abilities to apply.

Expressions of interest are welcomed from individuals with any of the following expertise or interests:

  • legal, finance and risk
  • development (including sponsorship, partnerships and fundraising and strategy)
  • science and technology

Please note that these positions are voluntary to guide ANAT’s vision.



Applications closed: 2 May, 2024, 5pm ACST

For more information contact CEO, Melissa DeLaney at [email protected]

ANAT’s Board of Directors: Michael Nelson (Chair), Brad Darkson, Ana Tiquia, Michele Saint Yves, Melita Grant, and Melissa DeLaney (ANAT CEO).