Alumni for ‘Treatment: Flightlines’

Treatment: Flightlines is a public art project that makes innovative connections. Through sight, sound, smell, community, performance, film, photography, sculpture and installation take a bio-diverse journey around the Western Treatment Plant, for almost 130 years and still evolving, one of Melbourne’s most critical infrastructures. Alumni artists involved include Zoe Scoglio (2010, 2012) and Ash Keating […]

Alumni for The Unconformity

The Unconformity (formerly Queenstown Heritage & Arts Festival) is an arts festival inspired by a rare geological unconformity and the remarkable cultural paradoxes of Queenstown, a small mining community in Tasmania’s wild West Coast. Check out the work by Next Wave alumni, including: Pip Stafford (2008, 2016) in Flux, transforming an old limestone quarry into a meeting […]

Alumni for Gertrude Street Projection Festival

The annual Gertrude Street Projection Festival lights up Fitzroy’s Gertrude Street in the dark depths of each winter. This year join alumni Ben Landau (2016), Eugenia Lim (2010) and Zoe Scoglio (2010, 2012) along the trail. Ben Landau, Walking 8 Walking 8 leads a path through folding layers of memory and expectation, which loops, continuously updates […]

NW Alumni for Play Me

Lucky you, there’s still time to catch Project Q.U.A.D’s Play Me, a free  program of video art, animation and short films programmed through July at Southgate, Melbourne’s only silent cinema. While you’re welcome to just drop in, Play Me’s curated Narrative Tuesday sessions provide an antidote for too-short attention spans when watching video art in the gallery. Instead, audiences are invited to […]

Green Room Award Winners

A huge congratulations to all this year’s Green Room Award recipients! Special ups go out to Dan Koop and the crew from 2012 festival highlight The Stream / The Boat / The Shore / The Bridge, as well as some of our other talented alumni, Zoe Scoglio,  Antony Hamilton and Alisdair Macindoe. Nice work! ALTERNATIVE & HYBRID PERFORMANCE Outstanding […]

Shifting Ground @ Meat Market

  Arts House Meat Market gets geological later this month with Shifting Ground, an installation/performance work by NW Alumnus Zoe Scoglio. The boundaries between human and rock fall away in this new work as physical transformations mirror our own transformations, exploring the idea that Online Blackjack all forms are temporal and metamorphic. Sights and sounds map […]