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1995 Winter School

The aim of the ANAT Winter School in 1995 was to provide knowledge and practical skills in the production of multimedia titles.

2" Quad Video Tape Released, Technical Innovation

2" Quadruplex Quad video tape format relaesed by the Ampex Corporation.

2011 Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship Exhibition

The Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship provides financial assistance for a New South Wales visual artist at the beginning of their career to undertake a program of professional development for one to two years which can include activities such as mentorships and internships; residencies; and short-term courses,...

625 line TV system, Technical Innovation

The Post Master General (PMG) decides on the 625 line TV system for Australian television. Television brodcast licenses were not issued until 1956.

1956 5 November  
ABC First Television Broadcast, Technical Innovation

On 5 November 1956, the Australian Broadcasting Commission's television service ABN Channel 2 began transmission. Television was just months old in Australia with TCN-9, HSV-7 and GTV-9 having started in September. ABC television's opening ceremony was produced from an outside broadcast van parked on Kellett Street in Kings Cross, Sydney and...

2004 521 Feb  
Aboriginal Imagination Exhibition, Exhibition

Aboriginal Imagination: An indigenous Screen and New Media Arts ExhibitionPresented by d/Lux/MediaArtsBlacktown Arts Centre Aboriginal Imagination was about indigenous people taking control of the images representing their culture, taking control of their media and it's production and taking control of translations of their knowledge systems. Aboriginal Imagination was about expressing differnt...

ANAT Asialink New Media Arts Residency, Residency

In 2000, ANAT and Asialink developed a new media residency program for an Australian artist to travel to Asia.

ANAT LabCulture Residency, Residency

LabCulture was a week-long intensive residency program run by PVA, focusing on professional development, interdisciplinary practice, broadband and alternative means of distribution. Experienced media practitioners and facilitators work with residents, giving access to digital video, digital audio production, web development, interactivity and DVD authoring, developing concepts and supporting collaborative practice. 

ANAT Mentorship, workshop/masterclass

Managed by ANAT, Julian Stadon's mentorship was a part of the Australian Government’s Young & Emerging Artists Initiative supported by the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. The mentorship provided an opportunity for an artist aged under 30 to explore new directions, expand technical skills and increase knowledge of...

2001 2 Aug 1 Sep  
Artist, One person exhibition

Single chanel video (in collaboration with Gary Hilberg) Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

Arts Victoria Arts Innovation Residency 2006, Residency

In 2006, ANAT facilitated artist Pierre Proske’s residency at the Department of Archaeology and Natural History at the Australian National University. Pierre’s work, for the large part, takes place in electronic environments but also strays into social, cultural, political, and scientific spheres. For the...

2004 8 Jun12 Sep  
Australian Culture Now, Group Exhibiton

From the ACMI website: ACMI and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) join forces for the first time to present an unprecedented landmark national survey of the work at the edge of current artistic practice at Federation Square.

2008 12 Jun 3 Aug  
Australian Gothic: Video Art now, Group Exhibition

Australian Gothic: Video Art Now Curated by Dr Shaun Wilson Artists: Alex Avzoglou Marsha Berry John a Douglas  Robert Hecimovic Larissa HJorth Tammy Honey Sam Keene Brendan Lee David MCDoWell aaron McLoughlin Krystal Shultheiss Brie Trenerry Shaun Wilson Marco Kin Ming Wong Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

1989 31 May23 Jun  
Australian Perspecta 1989, Video and Film Screening

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Domain Theatre

1993 6 Oct28 Nov  
Australian Perspecta Film and Video, screening program

The five programmes that comprise the 1993 Australian Perspecta Film and Video Programme, curated by the Sydney Intermedia Network (S.I.N.), offer a fresh perspective on contemporary Australian Film and Video.  

1987 7 September  
AVF '87 - Computer Graphics award entries, Video Festival Awards

The Australian Video Festival, 1987 [catalogue pp.77-78] COMPUTER GRAPHICS James Blomfield (Channel 9/ZAP Productions) - Channel Nine I.D.Computer Graphic to continue the design strength of Nine. A strong Identification with state of the art technology,

1987 7 September  
AVF '87 - Corporate Video awards, Video Festival Awards

[2nd AVF catalogue pp.76-77] CORPORATE VIDEO Axolotl - Fruit and VegiesA 60 second commercial produced for the Sydney Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Board, depicting the fruit and vegie team beating the Australian cricket team.

1987 10 September  
AVF '87 - Drama / Narrative awards entries, Video Festival Awards

[2nd AVF catalogue, pp.80-82] DRAMA / NARRATIVE Kathryn Bice - Silent PartnersDemo tape for two mime artists - four skits. Catherine Birmingham - The WorrierA young man's subjective reality includes an interminable encounter with an unsympathetic father offering money and a cold addict girlfriend.

1987 410 Sep  
AVF '87 - Home Video Awards, Video Festival Awards

HOME VIDEO AWARDS “Video is the medium of the future - it's what our era is going to be all about.” - Francis Ford Coppola

1987 7 September  
AVF '87 - Music Video awards entries, Video Festival Awards

[2nd AVF catalogue pp.82-83] MUSIC VIDEO Axolotl - Star Club: Red ZoneFour minutes of madness involving 'Star Club’, a Japanese punk band. Pippa Bailey / Rosie Waitt / Pedro Troche - No DivingA montage of images depicting alienation, internal and external.

1987 410 Sep  
AVF '87 - Video Festival Awards, Video Festival Awards


1987 7 September  
AVF '87 – Documentary awards entries, Video Festival Awards

[2nd AVF catlaogue, pp.79-80] DOCUMENTARY Christine Anastasi - It doesn't kill you - a film about MSPeople with multiple sclerosis talk about the disease and how it has affected them.

Betacam SP Tape Format Released, Technical Innovation

Betacam SP tape format is released by the Sony Corporation. This improvement of the Betacam format increased horizontal resolution considerably, and the new larger cassette tape was capable of recording 90 minutes of colour video. The SP stood for "Superior Performance", and it quickly became the industry standard for television and high-end...

BetaMax Video Tape Format Released, Technical Innovation

The Sony Corporation releases the BetaMax tape format. The format was also known simply as Beta, and was developed as a consumer-level analog videocassette magnetic tape recording format released in Japan on May 10, 1975.