Makers Space is an exciting initiative exploring the future of story-telling through new technology.

From the beginning, CuriousWorks has boldly explored the newest story-telling mediums. When CuriousWorks began, online video was the latest in accessible, DIY story-telling innovation. Now, with online video streaming entering the mainstream, Makers Space is continuing this tradition in its exploration of new media – optical, audio, interfaced and interactive. 

Artists in this pilot program are invited to participate in a dynamic series of new media workshops and masterclass to develop skills in creative production and new media. Makers Space is a platform to explore, play, and most importantly – make. 

Makers Space finished their XR media project- – a  mystery experience involving 360VR headset called ‘Just Visiting.’ It premiered at the 2019 WOW Festival on 12 and 13 July.

James Brown Masterclass

Casula Powerhouse | October 15 2019

Just Visiting

WOW Festival | July 12/13 2019

EyeJack AR Masterclass

Lost in Books, Fairfield | June 19 2019

Curtis Taylor Masterclass

Bustle Studios | June 12, 2019

Murasaki Penguin Masterclass

Lost in Books, Fairfield | March 2019


Artist Participants: Miranda Aguilar, Thomas Barrell, Jessica Phoebe Hanna, Ailsa Liu, Adam McPhilbin, Cristobal Olguin, Nicole Pingon, Zoe Tomaras, Sandra May, Shawn Spina, Daisy Montalvo

Program Producer: Elias Nohra

Master Class Mentors: Anna Kuroda and David Kirkpatrick (Murasaki Penguin),  Curtis Taylor (Collisions VR), Bryce Pemberton (EyeJack), James Brown

Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.
Our office is located on Tharawal country. Our work takes us across Tharawal, Dharug and Eora lands.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.