Tony Nolan is the Associate Director of Visual & Public Programs at Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney (ACP). Since 2007 he has worked on over 130 exhibitions at the centre whilst touring domestically within Australia and internationally.
The ACP operates four gallery spaces alongside a video lounge area for the presentation / interpretation of moving image based works and new technologies. Exhibition programming focuses on both Australian (established and emergent) and international practitioners of lens based media, working in both traditional and new media technologies, installation and moving image works.
Established in 1973, the ACP is a national centre for the presentation, dissemination and creative learning of photo-based practice. With over 35 years of experience, it is the longest running contemporary art space in Australia. The centre also operates a Creative Learning Workshop teaching over 2200 students per year. From digital to darkroom, the ACP Workshop offers an extensive program of courses, Professional Development, Seminars and Masterclasses.