We’re excited to announce that “If there was a colour darker than black, I’d wear it” is to be presented in Bathurst as part of the BMEC Annual program for 2014. (more…)
Illuminart’s fantastic Mood Lanterns were created by artists in residence, and have been very admired at Red Lime Shack…. We have often been asked if they are available for sale!
On Tuesday 26 November at the 2013 National Disability Awards Ceremony was held in the Great Hall at Parliament House, Canberra, Assistant Minister for Social Services, Senator Mitch Fifield presented the No Boundaries Project with the Excellence in Improving Social Participation Award in recognition of the project helping artists with disability build ongoing connections with their audiences and the broader community.
The project was developed and presented in Penrith, with Cindi Drennan of illuminart as one of the initiators and the creative director of the project, supported by the illuminart team and process as one of the key partners of the project.
South Australia’s first interactive architectural projections were presented in Port Adelaide on the 18-20 October, enjoyed by over 7000 people during the three nights of the festival.
At the Gala launch of the Adelaide Film Festival on Thursday 10th October, illuminart’s projections wrapped the ceiling of the Adelaide Freemason’s hall with ambient projection mapped to the architectural forms of the vaulted roof. (more…)
Ode to Nonsense, a new family opera created by Slingsby that premiered at Her Majesty’s Theatre in May 2013, incorporated projection art and animation by illuminart. Cindi Drennan and Luku Kukuku worked with director Andy Packer and set and lighting designer Geoff Cobham to design projection for the “immersive flying hedge” and stage pieces. Alister Ferguson worked with illuminart to create birds, animated on steamer trunk and… large underpants! (more…)
On Friday 4th of October illuminart was awarded the Ruby for Arts Enterprise, at the 2013 Arts SA Ruby Awards. The Rubies are annual prestigious South Australian arts awards that celebrate artistic excellence, creative achievement, innovation, community involvement and inspirational leadership.
Illuminart and partners also jointly received the Ruby award for innovation for If there was a colour darker than black I’d wear it, which opens next week in Mount Gambier. (more…)
‘Lighthearted’ was created in late 2012 to celebrate the Centenary of the Vlaming Head Lighthouse in remote WA Exmouth. The mapped “architectural storytelling” projection light show onto the historic lighthouse was a feature of the local community celebrations. (more…)
Never ones to be type-cast or pigeon-holed, illuminart is off to prove that Projection Art is more than heritage-flavoured, at this year’s Port Festival!
In mid July 2013, illuminart was once again involved in a creative collaboration with Adelaide Vocal Project, Andy Packer, and creative partners, working on the fourth development of Hope’s Passion. (more…)