Art Processors – Creative Technology

Website: artprocessors.net.au

Industry: Experiential design consultancy

Headquarters: Melbourne, Australia

Size: 20 - 49

Company Info

Art Processors is an experiential design consultancy that specialises in creating rich, immersive experiences for museums and visitor attractions using creative technology. Established in 2011, our first experience, The O, put Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) at the forefront of museum mobile technology—and continues to do so today with world-first virtual queuing and augmented reality. Combining multisensory storytelling, location awareness, the latest in extended reality and digital technologies, together with actionable analytics, we create meaningful experiences that innovate and delight.

Our mission

Art Processors was born out of a desire to help people experience art in a deeper way; to give people the ability to absorb meanings and messages, to further interrogate what they are seeing and feeling, and to enhance emotional response without detracting or distracting from the physical space. Or as well like to think of it: We use creative technology to help people fall more in love with places and spaces.

We support flexible work

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Women in our business

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Women in leadership

OUR FLEXIBLE WORK SUPPORT

Open to flexible work arrangements
Benefits and support for working parents
Paid parental leave
Leave without pay options
Carer’s leave

WHY YOU WILL LOVE WORKING HERE

Training and mentoring support
Wellness support (contribution to gym access, yoga classes etc)
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Social activities

HEAR MORE FROM OUR TEAM

42% of our employees are female
50% of our leadership team are female

See our Flex roles

“Accessibility shouldn’t be an afterthought or merely a matter of legal compliance; it’s an ever-changing conversation and one we’re actively involved in. When done right, it doesn’t just allow people to feel welcome, but makes room in museums for their voices.

It involves committing to a community that’s often overlooked, and in many cases, it’s about using thoughtful design together with new and existing technologies to provide access in ways that haven’t been available — or even thought of — before. ”