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Nationality: Australian

Qualifications:

1992-1994
Master of Arts (by Research) (Visual Arts), Monash University, Victoria, Australia
1982-1983
Post-Graduate Diploma in Fine Art (Sculpture), Victorian College of the Arts, Australia
1979-1981
Diploma of Arts (Visual), (Painting), Canberra School Art, ACT, Australia
2007
National Diploma in Adult Education and Training, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand

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Professional Experience:

2009
External Assessor, Honours Candidates, School of Visual Arts & Design, La Trobe University, Bendigo and Mildura Campuses
1998 - 2009
Principal Lecturer, Academic Leader of Painting, Otago School of Art, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand
2009
Artist-in-Residence, La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre, Bendigo Arts Precinct. School of Art & Design, (3 month residency), Bendigo, Australia
2009
Guest Lectures, La Trobe University, School of Art & Design, Bendigo
2006-2009
Full Research Position, School of Art, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand
2005-2006
Program Manager, School of Art, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand
2003
Worked with Elcho Island Art & Craft Centre and video documentation of Aboriginal event, Galiwin’ku, Elcho Island, Homelands of the Yolngu, Eastern Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia
2001
Artist-in-Residence, Monash University Melbourne, Fine Arts Sculpture, Faculty of Art & Design, Melbourne, Australia
1999
Coordinated exhibition: by contemporary Australian women artists from Queensland, Australia, Transmaterial, Funded by University of Southern Queensland School of Visual & Performing Arts and the School of Art Otago Polytechnic, Foyer Gallery, School of Art Dunedin, New Zealand
1985-1997
Lecturer in 2D and 3D Studies, School of Visual & Performing Arts, Charles Sturt University, Murray Campus, Albury, NSW, Australia
1997
Established Artists-in-Schools program involving final year art students in three week residencies in six high schools, Albury, NSW, Australia
1996
Initiated and executed visiting lecture program on visual art for outer regional high schools, North-East Victoria and Southern NSW, Australia
1996
Artist workshops for 1996 Fine Arts Festival, The Scots School, Albury, NSW, Australia
1996
Visiting Artist Installation Project, Goulburn College of TAFE, Shepparton, Victoria, Australia
1989-95
Co-ordinator of art related activities for Alumni group The Friends of the Centre for Visual Art, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW, Australia
1994
Founder and Curator of artspace: joint gallery space for Charles Sturt University students and Friends of the Centre for Visual Arts, Albury, NSW, Australia
1993
Initiated exchange lecturer program between regional and city art schools. Initial exchange with University of Western Sydney, Nepean, NSW, Australia
1993
Visiting Lecturer, School of Art, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
1993
Visiting Lecturer, Southern Cross University, Lismore Campus, NSW, Australia
1990-1992
Co-Founder (and partner with Director Rodney Browne) of Artel Studio Workshop: Contemporary Art Gallery and studios, Albury, NSW, Australia
1985-1991
Founder and Chairperson of Link Artist Access Studios: artist run studio spaces, Lincoln Causeway, Albury/Wodonga, Victoria, Australia
1990
Visiting Lecturer, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1990
Initiated and organized a twelve-month residency for U.K. Artists, funded by The British Council, at Link Artist Access Studios, Including short residencies at Monash, Charles Sturt and Charles Darwin Universities as well as Beechworth Senior High School and a solo exhibition at the Albury Regional Art Gallery
1988
Artist in Residence, (6 month residency) Cheltenham School of Art, England
1988
Visiting Lecturer, Wolverhampton, England
1988
Visiting Lecturer, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, England
1988
Visiting Lecturer, Southdowns, Portsmouth, England
1988
Visiting Lecturer, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland
1987
Established Research Centre at The School of Visual Art, Charles Sturt University, with data files on contemporary artists and current exhibitions, Albury, NSW, Australia
1987
Visiting Lecturer School of Art, Bendigo Campus, Latrobe University, Victoria, Australia
1986
Visiting Lecturer Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1986
Visiting Artist (one month residency) at the Gippsland School of Art, Monash University, Churchill, Victoria, Australia
1985
Visiting Lecturer Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1985
Established Charles Sturt University’s Student Art Supplies Shop, Albury, NSW, Australia
1984
Lecturer, Part time, Sculpture & Drawing, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1981
Teacher in visual art, Port Moresby International High School, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
1974-1977
Founder, Coordinator and Curator, Arts Council of Port Moresby Cultural Centre Gallery, Waigani, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

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Research Funding / Awards and Prizes:

2008/09
Research Grant: for materials and costs for development of the installation at Bendigo and expenses relating to the  residency at La Trobe University, Australia
2007/08
Research Grant: with Rodney Browne, (digital Media Artist), & Mark Finsterer, (composer, musician), Otago Polytechnic Research & Development Grant, 2008, towards video installation development and production, production of score and recording, for forthcoming traveling exhibition, Australia
2007
Funding Grant: Ashburton Art Gallery, towards costs of touring exhibition, New Zealand.
2007
Funding Grant: Creative New Zealand, Communities NZ, towards publication of Posters for Modulations: Cantata Reconfigured, Series of traveling Installations
2007
Research Grant: Otago Polytechnic Research & Development Grant, towards catalogue design, printing, initial concept for music score for forthcoming traveling exhibition, Australia
2006
Operational Grant: Otago Polytechnic Research & Development Grant, towards the construction of crates for exhibition traveling around New Zealand and to Australia
2005
Research Grant: Otago Polytechnic Research & Development Grant, to travel to Andalusia, Spain to carry out research into the articulated sculptures and their costumes, prepared and paraded during the Holy Week processions and ceremonies
2004
Staff Development Grant, Otago Polytechnic School of Art, to attend the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, Annual Conference, Present Pasts - Present Futures Auckland 1-3 Dec including a presentation by Art Historian, Domingo Córdoba, on my research / art production over the past 15 years
2004
Research Grant: Otago Polytechnic Research & Development Grant, to publish a catalogue discussing the work Cantata: a play of the trace II at the Hocken Gallery, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
2003
Research Grant: Faculty of Technology and the Arts, Otago Polytechnic, To visit Galiwin’ku, Elcho Island, Homelands of the Yolngu, Eastern Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia
2001
Invitation as Artist-in-Residence, Fine Arts Sculpture, Faculty of Art & Design, Funded by Monash University Melbourne, Australia
1993
Pat Corrigan Artist Grant, managed by NAVA with financial assistance from The Australia Council
1991,92,94
Research Grants: Charles Sturt University, NSW, Australia
1993
Special Studies Program, Charles Sturt University: six months leave to develop major work and present lecture series
1988
Professional Experience Program, Charles Sturt University, NSW: six months for Artist in Residency in England and lecture tour in travel in England and Scotland and travel in Europe and America
1986
Visual Arts Board Grant for upgrade to facilities at Link Artist Access Studios, Albury/Wodonga, Victoria, Australia
1983
Maude Glover Fleay Scholarship, Victoria College of the Arts, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1983
The Australia Council, Visual Arts Board Grant for personal studio development
1976
Papua New Guinea Biennial Art Prize
1976
Rabaul Art Prize, Papua New Guinea (judge: Geoffrey Musawadoga)
1974
Papua New Guinea Biennial Art Prize (judge: Donald Laycock)
1974
Rabaul Art Prize, Papua New Guinea (judge: John Olsen)
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