PAST EVENTS (homebrewed since 2008)
Led by artist Nancy Mauro-Flude, the creative force behind Miss Desponinas participants are invited to dream up their avatar, their online virtual representation. It used a range of material including old 8-bit digital technology & hardware that brings the 3D objects to life, away from the screen. Taught alongside this is an applied and a broader understanding of online digital-media processes, techniques, including how to sculpt & custom online software platforms; and how this relates back into the physical space. Presented by the Moonah Arts Centre as a part of the Works Festival, Glenorchy, Tasmania, Australia
My Avatar (2010)
Networked Art Forms and Tactical Magick Faerie Circuits (2013)
A series of events inspired by computer culture. Artists, programmers and thinkers from the frontline of the maker aesthetic. The durational event included symposia, exhibition, performances, workshops and social gatherings that took place in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 31 May - 30 June 2013 at Contemporary Art Tasmania (CAT), the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania, Edge Radio and on the Internet. The project was developed by Nancy Mauro-Flude founder of Hobart-based Critical Engineering Salon - Miss Despoinas. NAF:TMFC was a satellite event of the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2013) and partnered the Museum of New and old Art [MONA] as part of Dark MOFO 2013 for the presentation of Notorious R&D at CAST Saturday 23 May.
Patapysical Salon (2014)
EarthCode | Core Litany (2015)
The series of events workshops and ongong exhibition presented as a salon leads audience speculate if absurd collaborative mechanics can replace the notion of the individual artist genius living in a discrete universe.
Planetary Computing shifting the site of execution to the earth substrate – Masterclasses, fieldwork and 12 hour exhibition and symposium.
encoding_experience/ (2008)
encoding_experience/10_October_2008_18:00_EST.* was the first of a series of exhibitions inspired by the ways in which artists are embracing critical, hands on interventive strategies towards the understanding of, and experimentation with technology.
Hands on Electronic Sculpture (2009-2012)

Led by artist Nancy Mauro-Flude, Home of Nancy Mauro-Flude, 1 day workshop. November 19
Tasmania School of Art, 10 days Complementary Studies Unit. July 9 – 19
Hardware demolition and reconstruction (2010)
Network Performance, dramaturgy and Pure Data Processing Language’ (2011-0)
Israeli Center for Digital Art and Bet Berl Academic college, Tel Aviv Israel, 3 day workshop.November 13-15
Darwin Community Arts | 24hourART NTs Contemporary Art Space, 3 day workshop. June 23 – 25

MasterClass in Augmented Reality codes and procedures in contemporary art Devonport Regional Gallery
Encoding Experience (2013)
Moonah Art Centre
Tactical Magik (2012)
Presentation and workshop at Gathering of Feminist Women for Hacking Technologies as part of http://www.htmlles.net/2012/