Daniel Green

Daniel Green is a Sydney-based artist, educator and broadcaster. His practice involves thinking about and consuming entertainment media across audio, video and performance. His work has been shown in festivals and galleries throughout Australia including Electrofringe, Next Wave, Firstdraft, Pelt, Artspace, BUS Projects, Platform and Penrith Regional Gallery. He recently has collaborated with Samuel Bruce under the moniker Bruce Green, and through this project has completed residencies at Anyplace Projects and Cementa in Kandos, New South Wales.
Daniel received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the University of Western Sydney in 2005. Since then he has worked as a Co-Director of Firstdraft in 2006 and 2007, and of Electrofringe in 2009 and 2010 for Electrofringe. In 2013 and 2014 Daniel was the Producer and Coordinator of the Sydney Mini Maker Faire, held at the Powerhouse Museum. He also co-hosts Something Else on Eastside FM in Sydney.
In 2012 Daniel completed a Master of Teaching from the University of Sydney. In addition to working as a secondary Visual Arts teacher, Daniel has worked in a number of facilitator roles within the museum and education sector, teaching digital media production, introductory electronics, and game design at Thinkspace at the Powerhouse Museum, and MacICT Innovations Centre at Macquarie University.
The collision of these roles inspired “Ms Novak and Mr Green On Art Education”, an ongoing cross-disciplinary project with Karolina Novak that examines and reflects the juggling act of dual practices.

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