Art of Multimedia


Profile

At Art of Multimedia, we are digital storytellers who love to engage people through smart and creative application of technology.

We transform communication to influence our audiences and delight our clients through award-winning, natural, cultural & built heritage interpretation.

Creating experiences, exhibitions, live-action & animated films & 3D visualisations, websites, multimedia, 360° photography & video, VR & AR, oral histories & walking tour apps, as well as signage.

We love our work and believe each project is our opportunity to advance humanity through improved understanding, efficient interaction and meaningful connection between people.

Thus we enjoy co-creating with our clients’ internal & external experts & regularly collaborate with a wide range of specialists in heritage and GLAM sector.

Clients range from cultural and not-for-profit organisations, government & diverse private businesses.

Our vision is to make the world a better place through interpretation; let us do it together.

Projects

Taronga Zoo Tiger Trek (2018) is a digital interpretation experience involving a 3D simulated flight, videos and other digital components in engaging the public in protecting the Sumatran Tigers and their habitat. Winner of 2018 Interpretation Australia Excellence award in the project over $150,000 category. Sydney Trains Running on Time – Clocks and Timekeeping in the NSW Railways a documentary.

Sydney Harbour YHA commissioned a set of 3 documentary films, interpreting one of the largest urban archaeological sites in Australia for the public  ‘The Big Dig, Below Sydney Harbour YHA’ screened on SBS to an audience of 115,000 people, for school students ‘The Big Dig – Investigating Colonial Lives in The Rocks’ and youth hostel visitors ‘Digging into The Rocks – Sydney Harbour YHA and The Big Dig Archaeological Site’.

Eveleigh Stories – Carefully researched and beautifully crafted heritage interpretation resources comprising print, videos, kiosk, website and mobile walking tour developed for the Australian Technology Park and launched in 2015. Winner Interpretation Australia Best of Excellence Award 2016

Running on Time – Clocks and timekeeping in the NSW Railways. A historically accurate, visually engaging 15 minute documentary film and historical report available in print, online, DVD and USB card produced for Sydney Trains and launched 2015. National Trust 2017 Heritage Awards Winner. Sydney Opera House: Revealing Archeology, an interpretive film about the discovery of the remains of a Lime Kiln site beneath the Opera House completed March 2014.

Finding Bennelong, a thought provoking and culturally respectful website delivering multi-layered interpretation and education through 13 videos incorporating historic artworks, narrative and extensive research including links to primary sources, City of Ryde, December 2013.

Albury CBD Historic Buildings cross platform GPS-enabled app interpreting key CBD sites with images and audio narrative, Albury City Council, January 2013.

St Mary’s Water Recycling Education Centre, a bespoke system of kiosks with a backend Content Management System and 7 modules of educational content, ranging from 3D animation, videos, interactive games and multimedia, Sydney Water, Kiosks 2012 and last module completed July 2013.

DigiMacq, an interpretive, gamified walking tour for the iPhone, containing 45 minutes of video content created using historical assets weaved into a first person narrative with 26 characters including Governor Macquarie, Parramatta City Council, July 2010.

Albury CBD Historic Buildings cross platform GPS-enabled app interpreting key CBD sites with images and audio narrative, Albury City Council, January 2013.

St Mary’s Water Recycling Education Centre, a bespoke system of kiosks with a backend Content Management System and 7 modules of educational content, ranging from 3D animation, videos, interactive games and multimedia, Sydney Water, Kiosks 2012 and last module completed July 2013.

DigiMacq, an interpretive, ramified walking tour for the iPhone, containing 45 minutes of video content created using historical assets weaved into a first person narrative with 26 characters including Governor Macquarie, Parramatta City Council, July 2010.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Beata Kade
Managing Director
Art of Multimedia
23-27 Shepherd street
Marrickville NSW
Phone: (02) 9209 4309

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OPERATION AND STAFFING
Year Commenced: 1999
Number of Staff: 12
Staff Basis: PermanentContractCasual
AICCM member: N/A
GST Registered?: Yes
ABN: 54 624 600 340