Vic McEwan is the Artistic Director of The Cad Factory, an artist led organisation based in the Riverina, which creates an international program of new, immersive and experimental work guided by authentic exchange, ethical principles, people and place. He explores experimental and contemporary arts practice in partnership with diverse community sectors.
Vic was the 2015 Artist in Residence at the National Museum of Australia and the recipient of the Inaugural Arts NSW Regional Fellowship 2014/16. He is exploring a major arts/health project in the UK working with Manchester University and Alder Hey Children’s Hospital working towards the use of contemporary arts in trauma reduction.
Vic’s practice involves working with sound, video, installation and performance, with a particular interest in site-specific work. He is interested in creating new dynamics by working with diverse partners and exploring difficult themes within the lived experience of communities and localities.
Vic holds a Masters of Arts Practice (High Distinction), is on the NSW/ACT Arts and Health State Leadership Group and is a board member of Music NSW.