We're a media arts organisation supporting cultural vibrancy.
We create experiences that generate a deeper understanding of art and technology for stronger, healthier communities.
sARTorial: where digital art meets fashion, sound and technology.
This exciting initiative fosters collaboration and skills-sharing between artists, designers, and technophiles with outcomes in the form of wearable art and technology.
sARTorial is the future of dLux.
BOSTES for Educators
These workshops incorporate the latest in specialist knowledge and the use of technical skills in digital media for the visual arts.
Whether you're planning an event for your school, council, employees or organisation, we'll create a workshop for you!
dLux MediaArts has been touring exhibitions since 2006. We have travelled to over 70 galleries around Australia. We showcase the brilliant work of both established and emerging Australian media artists.
Surveying new media art in Australia since the 1980s, Scanlines is the first of its kind. This comprehensive group exhibition features a groundbreaking interactive design that puts history at your fingertips. Audiences can access video interviews with the artists and studio tours from the comfort of the gallery.
IS THIS ART?
Now in its third year IS THIS ART? continues to grow as a critical platform for young and emerging media artists to showcase their work. Featured in two Spectrum Now Festivals, this program has gained increased recognition for its cutting edge art and its mentorship of up-and-coming artists.
The core of the dLab National Program is directed to up-skilling young people and local facilitators with a special focus on young women from CALD and Indigenous backgrounds. We use digital art and technology as a tool to engage young people and build confidence through hands-on learning. Since 2011, we have spent significant time in regional New South Wales and the Northern Territory including Broken Hill; Wilcannia; Wagga Wagga; Kempsey; Central Western NSW and; Beswick, NT.
dLab has been engaged in two projects that aim to use animation and film to bring Indigenous culture, art and stories to the fore. dLab facilitators Elle Fredericksen and Yasmin Smith have been sharing their skills with local young people and working with the wider community to create content for both projects.
Long-term dLux artist and now dLab facilitator Annie McKinnon was born and bred in this NSW town so it seemed only fitting to send her on residencies to help the local high school students create a series of 'Thinking Machines'. Participants will engage with STEAM education to help inform this project.
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91 Canal Rd, Lilyfield, NSW, 2040