Australian Network for Art and Technology
The role of ANAT is to advocate, support and promote the arts and artists in the interaction between art, technology and science, nationally and internationally. Since its inception in 1985 ANAT has been at the forefront of the movement to position artists as active participants in the 'information age'. ANAT's goals, as written in the mission statement, are: To engage with art, science and technology to enable and influence culture, community and economic developments by building and participating in robust, resilient networks that exist to identify and pursue new opportunities in trans-disciplinary practice and inspiration. Supporting creative practitioners by identifying pathways for innovative and trans-disciplinary practice. Assisting creative practitioners to achieve financially sustainable practices that have important and positive economic impact.
I'm loving this work desk/station, and I put it together in no time at all.
The station is moveable; around the room or from room to room. The casters make it easy. That said, I have a laminate floor, and have to have the casters braced against something to stop them from rolling away with the station. If you have the same problem, you might try using the included stationary feet.
Lowering the angle of the top might catch a finger if you're not aware.
The drawers are lightweight and small, but nice to have at your fingertips. The side trays are molded plastic. Pencil sized holes work great for differing sizes of pencils, brushes and grease pencils.
I used it as a light table with a lamp under the station.It worked great.
There is a large metal "pencil tray". It's handy, but it will remind you that you should not lean on the top.
I've had trouble finding brushes of this quality for a number of years. To find them at these prices is a real joy! These are first- rate sign brushes....take it from one who began lettering in the 70s.
- James A in Glover VT
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