Why an art forum?
A forum offers a live learning experience that triggers different understandings. Furthermore, this forum connects the audience in a larger shared community event, expanding perspectives and, hence, the democratisation of art.
Our intension is to facilitate your appreciation of Digital Art by organising live talks. Knowledge is for Everyone! So, join the talk, engage the debate and broaden your views with the guests.
We are a young social enterprise made of co-creators. Stay tuned for more.
DISCOVER NEW MEDIA ARTISTS
Drawing attention to often sidelined and disenfranchised art and creators, Sydney’s 22nd Biennale curated by indigenous artist, Brook Andrew, [...]
It’s Not Easy Being Green: Maria Mahfooz’s first solo exhibition delves into the digital and green screen.
It’s Not Easy Being Green, sang Kermit the Frog. Elspeth Walker | Ed: Clare Deal | 5 June [...]
Journeying home in the works of Jamilah Sabur Lauren Gee | Ed Clare Deal | 29 May 2020 [...]
TALK WITH CREATIVES
For our third talk, Agora Digital Art is glad to invite Helen Benigson. The multi-media artist will discuss what’s (M)otherhood in a digitally networked age. What is the impact of the Internet on parents and carers constantly disrupted in relation to this extraordinary moment they are living through.
Attend our “Live Talk” safely, it’s online.
DEBATE WITH THE COMMUNITY
Share your opinions and questions here. We are a safe community, in which you can rely for answers.
Why Digital Art?
Extract from the Agora Talk: Digital Art As a Form of Subversion (2020.06.24) Gretchen Andrew and Penny Slinger discussed how they both use and incorporate digital art and digital tools in their work. [...]
Digital Art or New Media Art is a term largely used to encompass various categories. Any form of art made with technology such as a computer or AI; plus any form of art that [...]
What is the true meaning of art? Contemporary Art is exciting, ever-changing, and news-making, but often baffling and snobby, and sometimes even visually unpleasant. How did art become more about the idea and less [...]