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THE WIRED LAB is an artist led organisation evolving interdisciplinary art practices in rural Australia. We create opportunities for the research, production and presentation of projects that connect international and local artists with communities in new ways. Our curated programs and projects involve artists working from a regional context whilst producing outcomes of local and global relevance. Our activities range from skills development for young people, seniors, emerging and mid career artists, to the creation, presentation, publication and promotion of new works and major live arts projects.

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2020 WIRED OPEN LABS
November 29, 2019
2020 WIRED OPEN LABS

 
Now in its fourth year the 2020 WIRED OPEN LABS workshop series continues to engage outstanding Australian artists and artisans.
We are excited to present thirty-seven workshops in partnership with seven rural communities across Eastern Riverina, South …

2019/2020 WIRED OPEN LABS WORKSHOP & DROUGHT & BUSHFIRE SUBSIDY PROGRAM
June 21, 2019
2019/2020 WIRED OPEN LABS WORKSHOP & DROUGHT & BUSHFIRE SUBSIDY PROGRAM

We have some UPLIFTING news for our rural comrades who have been affected by this wretched drought and the recent bushfires.
>>>>> The opportunity to access some FREE places in our ‘Wired Open Labs’ Workshop program. <<<<<
This …

Hrafn: Conversations with Odin
May 30, 2019
Hrafn: Conversations with Odin

Chris Watson + The Wired Lab
Our exciting collaboration with Chris Watson for Dark Mofo and Project X is now live.

Take a journey into the deep, dark wilds of the far south and follow your guide …

Wiradjuri Grasslands, Weaving and Tanning Project: 2018 Workshop Series
August 14, 2018
Wiradjuri Grasslands, Weaving and Tanning Project: 2018 Workshop Series

This skills development and knowledge sharing project is oriented around Wiradjuri agriculture, use of grasses for weaving, and natural tanning methods of animal hides.
In 2018 this project returns and includes a series of low cost …

WIRED OPEN LABS 2018 Workshop Series
February 19, 2018

Offering a range of creative opportunities our 2018 WIRED OPEN LABS workshop series will be sure to inspire while developing new skills and social networks.
WIRED OPEN LABS continues the significant expansion of The Wired Lab’s …

WIRED OPEN DAY FESTIVAL + the ‘agri(culture)’ project
September 26, 2017
WIRED OPEN DAY FESTIVAL + the ‘agri(culture)’ project

SATURDAY 21st OCTOBER 2017
THE WIRED OPEN DAY FESTIVAL is our signature all ages event featuring some of Australia’s most notable visual and performing artists. Explore the land and discover specially commissioned projects as we premiere …

WIRED OPEN LABS 2017 Workshop Series
February 24, 2017

 
Offering a range of creative workshops for all ages throughout communities in the Eastern Riverina and South West Slopes, ‘WIRED OPEN LABS’ will be sure to inspire while developing new skills and social networks.
‘WIRED OPEN LABS’ is a …

David Burraston Awarded 2017 Regional Artist Fellowship
November 13, 2016
David Burraston Awarded 2017 Regional Artist Fellowship

The Wired Lab’s, David Burraston has been awarded a prestigious NSW Regional Arts Fellowship by Arts NSW : read more

David will embark on an intensive mentorship on location and in the studio with internationally renowned …

Tim Shaw (UK) Performance & Artist Talks in Wagga Wagga
June 29, 2016
Tim Shaw (UK) Performance & Artist Talks in Wagga Wagga

Our 1st artist-in-residence for 2016 is Tim Shaw, an internationally acclaimed UK based artist, musician and sound designer. During his residency Tim will present a performance at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and an artist talk …

Global Communication Radio Club
November 17, 2015
Global Communication Radio Club

The Wired Lab was recently commissioned to present  ’Global Communication Radio Club’  (G.C.R.C.) at the Wagga Wagga Fusion Multicultural Festival, 17 October, 2015.
Commissioned by Wagga Wagga City Council ‘Public Art Panel’, G.C.R.C. is a participatory work providing …