Welcome to Western Riverina Arts - a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to develop, support and promote the arts and culture in Griffith, Leeton, Narrandera & Murrumbidgee. 
We hope you enjoy your stay!

Introduction to CAD Factory online

Vic McEwan of The CAD Factory shares his online material:

A lot of the projects we create exist in remote and unusual locations, creating art that is inspired by regional Australia but that could exist and be critiqued on a world stage.

So, how do we share these projects, these experiments, these large public outcomes with an audience that isn't able to travel the vast distance in order to view these projects in real life? Via the web: Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Youtube, Vimeo, Web pages and SoundCloud are all ways that we share and document information.

We use these to promote and also to archive in a public space.  It is surprising how all this material over time gathers to create quite a body of work.

We like to use different mediums to do different things.

Blogs - Share the process of making -

Facebook - The Cad Factory facebook page shares process and event information and also day to day updates about things we are doing -

Twitter - This is used more for industry related contact, to market ourselves in a specific way to organisations - @CadFactory

Youtube - Visual documentation of process and projects -

Vimeo - Visual documentation of process and projects - http://vimeo.com/77318840

SoundCloud - a way to share sound based work - https://soundcloud.com/vic-mcewan

Web Pages - www.cadfactory.com.au + www.yendarain.com + www.vicmcewan.com

Introduction to online collaboration

Introduction to Twitter