• RE-LAUNCHED: Scanlines.net

    Calling all media artists, academics, researchers, writers, curators, students, producers – anybody who has specialist knowledge of Australian media art and who would like to share it with the world.

    dLux MediaArts is proud to announce that Scanlines.net has re-launched in time to support an eponymous major dLux survey exhibition that will tour nationally from 2015 to mid 2017. Scanlines.net now welcomes input from external contributors, and that includes you! Read More

  • Striking Contrasts

    Striking Contrasts is a two part simultaneous screening program curated by Geoff Weary in association with dLux Media Arts. It is the second in an ongoing subscription series of curated video art packages developed with touring partners, Museums And Galleries NSW. Read More
  • dLux MediaArts recipient of the Federal Community Heritage Grant

    dLux Media Arts has been awarded a $4,000 federal Community Heritage grant to fund a significance assessment of its collection of media art and associated ephemera.

    This year, grants worth $386,577 have been distributed to 73 community groups and organisations from around Australia to assist in the identification and preservation of community owned but nationally significant heritage collection.

    To support the effective use of the funds provide through this grants program, recipients are invited to attend a three-day intensive preservation and collection management workshop held at the National Library, the National Archives of Australia, the National Museum of Australia and the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra.

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  • Sue Healey - On View

    Sue Healey's On View is a performative installation - and is concerned with the act of seeing and being seen, two itrinsic elements of the artform of dance.

    It presents video portraits of seven diverse Australian artists - Martin del Amo, Shona Erskine, Benjamin Hancock, Raghav Handa, Nalin Wait, Dame Lucette Aldous and Shirley McKechnie OAM. Read More
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dLux MediaArts is a not-for-profit organisation with over thirty years experience in supporting artists working with emerging technologies at the intersection of art and science. dLux provides professional development opportunities and creates employment for artists within international, metropolitan and regional communities.  Delivering a program of touring exhibitions, education, artist incubators, community engagement workshops and public art events, dLux is at the forefront of thinking about media arts.

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