The Digital Gallery

Located in the foyer of The Learning Space, The Digital Gallery is Sydney’s newest exhibition space for video, sound, and digital art.

The Digital Gallery features a striking digital art presentation wall with eight large screen LCD panels, an AV presentation projection wall, and an integrated sound system.

Currently showing is a collection of stunning photographs taken by City of Canada Bay residents for the Council’s Nature Photography Competition.

Council received more than 150 entries in the photography competition, which called on the community to capture the area’s picturesque landscapes and wildlife. The competition showcased what the community values most about the area in which we live and work, with many local parks, landscapes, birds and insects featuring in the photographs. Among the images are the three winning photographs depicting fauna, flora and landscapes and the Peoples' Choice winner, voted by followers on Council's Facebook page.
Photographs in the exhibiton on this page were taken by, from top left to right, Maria Poulos, Noemie Vonthron, Jessica Sukendra, Joel Mesas, Gerard Gil, Jim Kasif, Joel Mesas and Julie Piesso. 

In November we'll be showing some of our favourite video artists from Sydney and beyond. This handpicked collection features stunning hand-drawn animation, sublime moving landscapes, and elaborate synchronised swimming performances. Come and experience the weird and wonderful worlds of Australian video art. Artists include David Capra, Daniel Crooks, Todd Fuller, Tina Havelock Stevens, Charlotte Haywood, and Lisa Sammut.

Coming soon: A new curated program of exhibitions is coming in 2018 so stay tuned for details!

Our past exhibition program was curated by dLux MediaArts, a not-for-profit organisation supporting artists working at the intersection of art, science and technology.