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Past Programs

Deep Immersion: Creative Collaboration, Residency

In 1997 ANAT with support from the Australia Council, activated the deep immersion project with a series of online residencies 'deep immersion: creative collaborations'.

1996 24 September  
Interactive Nation, Talk

A talk at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), London discussing the works of the following artists: Patricia Piccinini John TonkinIsobelle DelmotteLloyd SharpMartine CoromptMichael GrimmGashgirlVideo Subvertigo ANAT Director, Amanda McDonald Crowley presented a selection of Australian artists work as part of the Deep Screen Diving program of the ICA organised by Lisa Haskell. According...

2001 December  
Arcadia, Launch

In early December 2001, ANAT launched the Arcadia publication. Arcadia aimed to delve into confluences between art, technology and theology. This investigation is part of the larger Deep Immersion project, which provided thematic focuses for ANAT's activities over the three-year period 1998 to 2000.

Broken Spaces

Broken Spaces was a collaborative project between doppio-parallelo Rosebud (the Ngapartji Narrative and Interactivity Research Project), the Media Resource Centre, and ANAT.

Deep Immersion: Theology, Talk

ANAT has always explored the interdisciplinary nature of art, science and technology within political, cultural and social frameworks.

Synchresis, Screening

Michael Chion defined the term Synchresis to mean “the spontaneous and irresistible weld produced between a particular auditory phenomenon and visual phenomenon when they occur at the same time.”

Create_Space New Media Lab, workshop/masterclass

In 2005 ANAT partnered with the City of Melbourne’s Art House program and held the ANAT New Media Lab 2005 Create_Space at the newly refurbished Meat Market in North Melbourne.

MAAP 2002, Exhibition

MAAP 2002 (Multimedia Art Asia Pacific), previously staged in Brisbane, was held in Asia for the first time.

1995 928 Jan  
1995 National Summer School, workshop/masterclass

ANAT's 1995 Summer School was staged at the Academy for the Arts, Queensland University of Technology.

miniSeries & miniCinema

Launched in December 2004, miniSeries was a national initiative to support the development of creative applications for mobile and wireless devices.

1999 324 Jul  
1999 National Indigenous School in New Media Art, workshop/masterclass

The inaugural school designed specifically for Indigenous artists took place from 3 - 24 July, 1999 at Northern Territory University in Darwin. The Indigenous National School was project managed by Indigenous artist, curator, writer, lecturer and consultant, Brenda L Croft (Gurindji). Although other annual ANAT Summer Schools...

Scismic Project, Residency

The Scismic Project was also supported by ANAT as part of Deep Immersion: Scientific Serendipity.

Synapse 1 Residencies, Residency

The first round of ANAT's Synapse Art and Science Residency program supported artists Julie Ryder, Peter Charuk, David O'Donovan and Annemarie Kohn in scientific placements.

2002 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Festival

The 2002 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art was a major survey exhibition co-ordinated by the Art Gallery of SA and staged during the Adelaide Festival of Arts.

Luminosity, workshop/masterclass

During 2004 ANAT worked closely with Adelaide City Council (ACC) on the development of the Luminosity project.

1997 19 October  
Opening of ZKM Museum, Exhibition

ANAT assisted the Goethe Institut, Sydney in joining 20 Goethe Instituts all around the world on the internet, delivering multimedia commentaries on the human image.

Resistant Media, Events

In line with ANAT's commitment to developing projects which support and encourage critical discourse and dialogue, and following on from highly successful projects such as Virogenesis, CODE RED and FOLDBACK, ANAT developed a new project for 1999, titled Resistant Media.This project built on research ANAT had undertaken into tactical media...

Verve: The Other Writing, seminar/forum

For the Telstra Adelaide Festival 2000, ANAT and the Contemporary Art Centre of SA, presented Verve: The Other Writing.

1991 July  
1991 Winter School, workshop/masterclass

In July 1991, ANAT held the first of its Winter Schools in Computer Aided Art, Design and Manufacture.

1997, Exhibition was a survey of Australian new media art assisted by the Australian Film Commission's marketing department.

Resistant Media - NxT, workshop/masterclass

In 1999 ANAT worked very closely with NxT - Northern Territory Xposure, the Territory's first Multimedia Symposium on the development of their program.

Super Human: Revolution of the Species, workshop/masterclass

A suite of events Inspired by the 150th publication anniversary of The Origin of Species, Darwin’s evolutionary treatise

National Indigenous School in New Media Arts (NISNMA), workshop/masterclass

As a part of its ongoing commitment to training and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, ANAT co-ordinated the second National Indigenous School in New Media Arts.

1994 National Summer School, workshop/masterclass

The Fifth National summer School in Computer Aided Art & Design was staged at Curtin University, Perth.  Perth based artist and Curtin University Computer Centre employee, Sue Perry coordinated the equipment needs of the school and then went on to provide valuable, patient tuition. Adelaide based artist, John Tonkin was...

1996 January  
1996 National Summer School, workshop/masterclass

In January 1996 the seventh National Summer School in Computer Generated Art and Interactive Multimedia for Artists was held at the Institute of the Arts Lab at the Australian National University in association with the Australian Centre for the Arts and Technology (ACAT).