A4R opening

Madeleine Burkitt (MEDA302) volunteers for SCARF (Strategic Community Assistance to Refugee Families) and would like to let you know about two Art4Refugees exhibitions. The central event is the Opening Night at Project Contemporary Artspace and also a Art4Refugees junior exhibition which is more a family orientated event. 

Thanks for your support!

Find out more here: www.art4refugees.org.au

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Siteworks 2016

The annual Siteworks at Bundanon is on next weekend. I am pleased to say that Dr. Agnieszka Golda and myself (Jo Law) will be presenting a new collaborative work at the event. It will be great to see you there.

From noon til late
Camping $10 per person (kids under 12 free).

Find out more here.


Aki Inomata, Why Not Hand Over a ‘Shelter’ to Hermit Crabs? series, 2009–16

Week 4 will be excursion week for all MEDA subjects. We are off to see New Romance: Art and the Posthuman, and Telling Tales: Excursions in Narrative Forms at the Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto in the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

It has also come to my attention that there are some interesting exhibitions and events at the Powerhouse Museum at Ultimo that may of interest. In addition to Sydney Science Festival (11 – 21 August) that has many associated events with an art/ science flavour including: Continue reading

Welcome to MEDA Spring 2016

Moon Kyungwon EL FIN DEL MUNDO 2012 2-channel digital video, HD, colour, sound 13:35 minutes

A warm welcome back to all MEDA students to Spring session 2016.

In this Spring session, MEDA102: Computational Media, MEDA202: System, Play and Interaction (Electronic Arts), and MEDA302: Media Arts Projects, are on offer at the Digital Media Centre, Innovation Campus. You can find out the time-table of the subjects here.

During this session, MEDA classes will go on excursions to three exhibitions: New Romance: Art and the Post-human at the Museum of Contemporary Art, and Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto and Seven Artists from the John Kaldor Family Collection at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. 

Subject outlines and assessment details are available from this site (as well as from Moodle). As in previous years, links to lectures, workshop notes, reference materials, student works and more will be housed on here on MEDAdada – accessible via the menu on the right. All subjects will also have related Moodle sites.

If you have any questions regarding meda subjects (enrolment, requirement, content etc.), please contact Jo Law.