Creative Spaces Summit 2023

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Anton Andreacchio

Anton Andreacchio

Convergen and Jumpgate

Anton Andreacchio is a creative industries producer, entrepreneur and data scientist. Having undertaken a Master of Philosophy (Applied Mathematics), MBA, Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Science and Company Directors Course, Anton is based out of Lot Fourteen and has founded several companies including: Artisan Post Group, an AACTA-award-winning full-service post production house; Convergen, an animation company that specialises in infrastructure visualisation; and Jumpgate, an immersive reality studio that has had works that have premiered at Sundance, SxSW, Venice Biennale, ACMI, Art Gallery of South Australia and more.

Anton also has significant governance experience, including chairing the Adelaide Film Festival since 2020, and sits on the following boards: Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Adelaide Contemporary Experimental, Entrepreneurship Advisory Board (SA), Creative and Culture Advisory Board at the University of Adelaide. Anton's academic career also spans multiple industries, from natural language processing in the film and television industries to complex systems analysis in the Australian Football League and startup transformation pathways.

All Sessions by Anton Andreacchio

Day 3
8:30 am - 9:45 am

Keynote Session Four

Lot 14 Lecture Theatre

Keynote Panel - Our Digital Futures: Lot Fourteen Innovators
Panellists: Mandi Dimitiradis – Director of Learning, Maker’s Empire, Anton Andreacchio - Co-Founder, Convergen and Jumpgate, Thomas Hajdu – CEO, Disrupter and Director, Sia Furler Institute and Kristin Alford – Director, MOD.

Join innovators and creators from Lot Fourteen who will talk about the latest creative interventions in the digital space. Our panellists are at the cutting edge of digital creativity and this is a rare opportunity to learn about the latest innovations and how these translate into artistic experiences via case studies and first hand experiences. An amazing opportunity to think about what the future may hold from the people who are influencing and creating.


Keynote Panel - Mark Making
Panellists: Anderson Hunt – Founder and Artistic Director, Down Street Studios, Kristal Matthews, artist Wilay Designs

Our panel of public artists and curators will talk about the nature and importance of mark making in the context of art, community and heritage. The session will focus on the convergence of heritage and art - in the context of responding to place and why this is important. Galleries, artists, developers, designers and other stakeholders often collaborate on the creation, promotion of and engagement with artworks outside their facilities and within the public realm. Why is this important, what is the role of the artist and curators and what are the key things that we should be thinking about when making these marks on the world – acknowledging heritage and making history anew!