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Biomachines, Festival

Biomachines, devised and curated by Julianne Pierce, David Cranswick and Tim Boykett, was an autonomous entertainment area, comprising robots, machines, fire and sound. Part factory, part performance space, part club - an interactive underworld of games, entertainment and sonic reverberations.

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 6: Dr Mary Rosengren and CSIRO, Residency

The Synapse initiative supports creative partnerships between scientists and artists through the residency program, a database of international art/science collaborations, an archived discussion list and the Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage program, which supports longer-term partnerships between artists and scientists in academic research settings. Dr Mary Rosengren + the Commonwealth Scientific...

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.

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.