Anna Munster
Since the beginning
Works in Sydney Australia

Anna Munster is a digital artist and writer. She has exhibited in Australia, Japan, America and online. Her work spans, digital prints (see Digital Print Winners in ASCI's Digital 2000 exhibition ), multimedia and online work ( ). She has written for the online journal M/C, for Photofile, Australian Feminist Studies, Campaign and has published in various anthologies. She has just completed her PhD, titled Machinic Disturbants: Genealogies of the Digital, a combined theory/production thesis in the School of Art History and Theory, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. She is a lecturer in art and new media at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales. Her current areas of research include a CD-ROM, Wunderkammer, funded by the Australian Film Commission due for completion in 2001, and an online project about cyberhate, titled hateSpace.
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2 Academic positions in Media Arts in Australia

Wed Feb 14, 2007 18:12

Lecturer/Associate Professor (2 positions)
REF. 4801

The College of Fine Arts (COFA) provides Art, Design, Media, Art History
and Art Education programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. It
also undertakes extensive studio, theoretical and historical research into
each of these fields.

COFA seeks to appoint a media artist/practitioner into each of the
following areas: Video Production and Interactive Media.

Video Production typically includes work in the following areas:
conventional and experimental video production; art video and performance;
cinematic practices which include short film and documentary formats.

Interactive Media typically includes work in the following areas:
interactive media and web practices, games, mobile applications, DVD
authoring and production, interactive installation practice.

The Associate Professor appointee will be considered for the leadership
role of Head of School, Media Arts. Broad experience across media arts
practices is therefore desirable. Undertaking the Head of School role
attracts additional remuneration.

These are full time continuing positions. The salary range for Lecturer
is A$68,320 - A$80,541 per year; Associate Professor is A$99,276 -
A$109,049 per year depending on qualifications and experience.

Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition
of employment.

Enquiries may be directed to Professor Ian Howard, Dean, College of Fine
Arts, on telephone (02) 9385 0734 or email:

Interested applicants must obtain the information package and address the
essential criteria. An information package is available from Senior
Appointments at:

Applications close Friday 16 March 2007