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2004  
Blast Theory Masterclass & I Like Frank Adelaide, workshop/masterclass

Blast Theory is one of the leading artists’ groups in Britain making interactive performances, installations, video and mixed reality projects.

2010 31 Oct 5 Nov  
Dome Lab, workshop/masterclass

Dome Lab was held at the University of Western Australia in Perth and was an intensive, strategically-focused residential workshop for mid-career filmmakers emphasising a trial-and-error approach that prioritised risk-taking and experimentation over and above ‘finished product’.

20102012  
Love the Robots, workshop/masterclass

Love the Robots is a showcase combining performance/informal presentation, exhibition, workshop and discussion centered around the theme of robots, contemporary art, culture and society. The hybrid format combines practice and theory, serving as a catalyst for a network of collaborations and contacts among local and international artists...

2012 1 Oct30 Dec  
Love the Robots: Residency, Residency

Kristy Boyle: Artist in Residence at Rote Fabrik, Zurich, Switzerland I initially developed the 'love the robots show' with support from Dock18 in 2009. I have now gained support from the 'Digital Culture Fund' from the Australia Council for the Arts to develop new online platform ...

1985 19 Jun14 Jul  
Scanlight: New Developments in Video Art, Video Festival

In 1985 the video scene in Sydney had reached a point where there were enough people making video works - whether art, documentary, video music or computer graphic - to begin to make it important and possible to have a collective show of recent works.

2013 1821 Sep  
Channels: The Australian Video Art Festival, Video Festival

Channels is an international biennial festival based in Melbourne showcasing contemporary video practice from Australia and around the world. In September 2013 Channels hosted an eclectic and playful program of screenings, performances, workshops and artist commissions designed to provoke curiosity and engagement amongst the arts and broader community.

2000  
Deep Immersion: Regional Realities, Residency

As part of the deep immersion program of residencies and events, ANAT and Melbourne-based Asialink have initiated a new media residency in Asia.

1986 1 Dec  
Peter Callas Marui Dept. Store Residency in Tokyo, Residency

Peter Callas takes up position as video artist in residence at the Marui Koendori Television/Ring World, in Tokyo, Japan. This is a seminal moment for Callas, and marks the start of a new approach to the making of video art works for a variety of contexts.

19992001  
Deep Immersion: Scientific Serendipity, Residency

In 1999 ANAT commenced the Deep Immersion: Scientific Serendipity series of artist/science residencies.

2011 18 September  
Signs of Life: Human-Robot Intersubjectivities, Festival

Panel presented at ISEA2011 - the 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Istanbul, Turkey.

2011 19 September  
Signs of Life: Robot Incubator - An Afternoon with the Robots, workshop/masterclass

Workshop presented at ISEA2011 - the 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Istanbul, Turkey. Curated by Kathy Cleland, presenting works by Mari Velonaki, John Tonkin and Kristy Boyle.

1992 January  
1992 National Summer School, workshop/masterclass

ANAT's fourth National Summer School was held at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology for four weeks during January 1992.