There is a great unpaid internship opportunity with Evolve Communities (http://www.evolves.com.au) up for offer for an advanced 2nd year or third year BCM/BDM student. This is a small company based at iAccelerate on the IC doing really interesting work on cultural competency and awareness amongst other things.
This sounds like a great opportunity for a socially engaged content producer.
Contact Carla @ Evolve if you are motivated, interested, and willing to contribute.
Evolve provides unique tools and programs for organisations to engage their staff, clients and customers. To do this we draw on ancient Dreamtime knowledge, bringing the wisdom of Indigenous Elders to the forefront.
We help organisations’ who need to develop strong relationships with communities, especially Indigenous communities, to solve tough problems together. We do this through cultural awareness training and education programs, executive coaching, community engagement design and supporting educational resources. The ultimate outcome is a win: win for the organization and community, with real differences in people’s lives such as closing the gap in disadvantage in health and wellbeing, education and employment.
INNOVATION – WE DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY
Evolve have created the Songlines™ Engagement Model and Meeting Marketplace™, unique and award winning collaboration and engagement approaches used extensively across Australia. At the heart of both models is a design thinking approach, which we would apply to the design, development and the way that we deliver our digital literacy programs and resources.
Our innovative approaches cater to all diversities. We are developing the Virtual Marketplace™ which is a 3D space that is immersive for participants and generates genuine engagement. Supporting our innovation, Evolve are part of iAccelerate, the University of Wollongong’s (UOW) business incubator program and Innovation Campus.
The Australian Centre for Photography is hosting:
A new exhibition of photographic, video and VR works by Shaun Gladwell critically addressing the ambivalence of representing conflict and the historical persistence of imperial structures.
In his latest exhibition, renowned artist Shaun Gladwell continues to interrogate the role of the camera and the artist in the representation of warfare. Assembling existing and new works, the artist meditates on the ambivalence and complexity of depicting conflict and addresses the continuity of Empires across real and mythological times.
Project Space Gallery
72 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm
Closed public holidays
from17 March – 6 May 2017
from ACP website (https://acp.org.au/blogs/travelling-exhibitions/shaun-gladwell)
Paul Granjons Furman (2003)
If you are interested in mechatronics or robotics and their relation to the new media arts check out some of the work depicted in the latest issue of The Fibreculture Journal (Su Ballard and Mat Wall-Smith who some of you know are managing editors).
Fibreculture Journal Issue 28: Creative Robotics
TeamLab Flowers and People – Gold 2015, Art Gallery of New South Wales © teamLab, courtesy Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney
Exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales for all, particularly those interested in Japanese/ contemporary media arts.
17 Dec 2016 – 30 Apr 2017
This exhibition of Biljana Jancic at UTS Gallery, Sydney, may be of interests to you – especially if you are interested in screen projection works.
Surface Tension, Biljana Jancic
The show runs from 28 February—28 April 2017 at UTS Gallery.
Project outline is here. Please check assessment criteria and deliverables.
Install/ unsintall details and what happens on the day can be found here.
Spatial allocation is here.
Daniel De Fillippo (3rd year BDM) is interning with Beyond Empathy arts organisation, assisting with their current projects. He is involved in staging the Blue Rose interactive sensory film installation event at the IPAC on the 20th & 21st of October.
Blue Rose is a project exploring the experience of people who don’t use verbal language as their primary way to communicate – an insight into the experiences of people who are often unseen, or when seen, it is in a certain light.
Newell Harry, Circles in the Round, 2010
In week 11, we are very pleased to welcome artist Newell Harry for a guest lecture in MEDA102. Newell’s works have been exhibited widely in Australia as well as internationally. His work was chosen to be exhibited in All the World’s Futures at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015. Newell works with diverse materials and across disciplines that comment on phenomena in contemporary society with particular attention paid to intercultural exchanges. His current projects play with language, code, and the archives.
MEDA102 lecture is scheduled on Thursday from 12.30 – 1.30 in G.01 Building 233. All welcome.
You can find out more about Newell’s works at the Roslyn Oxley Gallery website.