Category: 2002 Program


BORDERPANIC was a project in September 2002, held in Sydney, that brought together artists, media makers and thinkers who are questioning the world’s geopolitical and metaphorical borders. (more…)

MAAP ’02 – Multimedia Art Asia Pacific

With the theme of MOIST MAAP 2002, previously staged in Brisbane, was held in Asia for the first time. (more…)

Converge: Where Art + Science Meet

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. (more…)

Tandanya + ANAT New Media Partnership

ANAT and Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute (Adelaide) have joined forces to develop a new media arts partnership in 2002. (more…)

National Indigenous School in New Media Arts (NISNMA)

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. (more…)

Trickster Masterclass in Video Jamming

As part of the Adelaide Fringe 2002, ANAT co-ordinated the Trickster Masterclass in Video Jamming. (more…)

Solar Circuit

In February 2002, ANAT assisted with the Solar Circuit new media workshop and residency, Tasmania (more…)