The Wired Lab is guided by a strategic plan that aims to:
- Maintain our reputation as leaders within the arts and community cultural development industries
- Develop opportunities for cultural development within our communities
- Engage new communities and markets to diversify our reach and amplify our message
- Commission and present ambitious cross-sectoral art projects to local, national and international markets
We are long term residents of rural NSW where we live and work.
While our initiatives cover a broad geographic area, The Wired Lab operates from a working farm in the South-West Slopes in the Eastern Riverina, NSW. The region is geographically diverse, ranging from arid plains to rolling hills
and alpine areas.
We are located within a significant environmental ‘natural icon’, the
endangered Box Gum Grassy Woodlands. Both the Woodlands and the nearby Kosciuszko National Park, an alpine wilderness on Australia’s national heritage list, are a constant source of inspiration.
The Wired Lab is led by our founder and Artistic Director Sarah Last.
Sarah produces site specific cross-disciplinary projects in rural and regional NSW. For the past 25+ years she has been an active contributor to the recognition of contemporary and experimental art practices from
Along with Sarah, The Wired Lab is governed by a skills-based board of directors who are dedicated to realising the goals of our organisation.MEET OUR TEAM
We receive financial and in-kind support from a range of Government and
philanthropic initiatives. These align with our mission to provide enriching
cultural experiences with a range of communities.
OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
We are grateful for the support of a range of community
partners who help us promote and deliver our programmes.