Artist, Educator, Broadcaster
Daniel Green is a Sydney-based artist, educator and broadcaster. In addition to working as a Secondary Visual Arts teacher, Daniel has worked in a number of facilitator roles within the museum and education sector, teaching digital media production, introductory electronics, and game design at Thinkspace at the Powerhouse Museum, and MacICT Innovations Centre at Macquarie University.
Daniel is passionate about providing opportunities for others to enable their creative potential. In 2006 and 2007, he worked as a Co-Director of the artist-run initiative Firstdraft, and in 2009 and 2010 for electronic arts and culture festival Electrofringe, held in Newcastle. For the last two years, Daniel has been the Producer and Coordinator of the Sydney Mini Maker Faire, held at the Powerhouse Museum. He also co-hosts “Something Else” on Eastside FM in Sydney and “Content” on AU Radio.
The Rise of the Maker Movement
We've invited the most influential maker movement advocates and founders in Sydney to get a glimpse into the state of the maker movement in Australia.