Milan Milojevic was born in Hobart, Tasmania, in 1954 of Yugoslavian/German descent. In 1976 he received a Bachelor BA (Visual Arts) from the Tasmanian School of Art, Tasmanian College of Advanced Education, Hobart, majoring in Printmaking.
Milan Milojevic is currently Head of the Printmaking studio at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania.
He is a Chief Investigator and member of DARF (Digital Art Research Facility) at the Tasmanian School of Art.
Third year printmaking students from the University of Tasmania creating one big print using a lawn roller as a press.
The Digital Art Research Facility
DARF is pioneering the development of research methodologies and collaborative research programmes within the visual arts in Australia.
DARF research activities focus upon exploring and extending the potential of digital imaging and the digital print. DARF members are also conducting research in animation, multimedia and scientific visualisation.
DARF's derives sole financial support stems from successful grant applications. The project has been the recipient of grants from the Australian Research Council small and large programmes, and a recipient of a University Research Infrastructure grant.