Our Fellows

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Fellow Year Project Report
Shannon GARSON, Shannon 2004 To study ceramic decoration through attendance at Masterclasses and a tour of the great ceramic collections of these countries - U.K., Italy, France PDF  
Lesley JENKINS, Lesley 2004 To investigate cultural and heritage projects featuring oral history with emphasis on training and documentation techniques, support programs for volunteers and oral history collection management procedures - U.K., USA PDF  
Gerard DOYLE, Gerard 2003 To research models of disability-led community building and environmental design, particularly the contexts of transforming environments through the arts from adaptive technology to local community/international events - USA, U.K., Ireland PDF  
Jill KINNEAR PhD, Jill 2003 To study the diverse historical influences of decoration within Spanish architecture and textile design and to consider the relationship of contemporary outcomes to the multicultural Australian built environment - Spain PDF  
Elizabeth LAMONT, Elizabeth 2003 To study traditional and contemporary drawing practices with emphasis on the use of fabric in women's costume in art works of the 15th Century Italian Renaissance masters - USA, France, Italy PDF  
Leonie NEWTON, Leonie 2003 To study advanced stained glass techniques - Australia PDF  
Andrew OVERTON, Andrew 2003 To investigate the role and integration of public art in urban design and redevelopment - USA, Canada, U.K., Spain PDF  
Mark SELKRIG, Mark 2003 To study how artists work both individually and collectively with communities/organisations to assist in making communities dynamic and vibrant places - U.K., Sweden, Finland PDF  
Irene SUTHERLAND, Irene 2003 To visit children's museums to see how children's picture book illustrations could be displayed and marketed in a way that invites children to interact with them in order to extend their learning experience - USA, France, Germany, U.K. PDF  
Morley GRAINGER, Morley 2002 To further develop my skills and vision by working with narrative artists - USA, U.K. PDF  
Melissa JOHNSON, Melissa 2002 To study innovative conservation techniques and strategies for rock art, as well as the sites and landscapes containing them - USA, Portugal, Spain, France PDF  
Jen McVEITY, Jen 2002 To establish contact with publishing houses and agents to facilitate direct channels between Australian creators and American publishing houses - USA PDF  
Cedar PREST AM, Cedar 2002 To study contemporary techniques for working in community arts with a focus on practices which promote art as healing and which concentrate on the development of personal creative expression as a means of blocking chronic pain and increasing the quality o PDF  
Lillian SMITH, Lillian 2002 To broaden my knowledge of textile art - USA PDF  
John STAFFORD, John 2002 To study public art commissioning processes and programmes with particular focus on high profile major commissions such as the public artwork for the September 11 Monument to recognise New York's Firefighters - USA
Jane CAVANOUGH, Jane 2002 To investigate the interface between contemporary public art, community and landscape - U.K., Netherlands, France PDF  
Gerry CUMMINS, Gerry 2002 To study methods of repainting shattered heritage stained glass - USA, France PDF  
Jillian DAVIS, Jillian 2002 To undertake an intensive study of the great muralists and contemporary mural developments and methods - Italy, USA
Berendina DE RUITER, Berendina 2002 To study stone carving in Pietrasanta at Studio Sem workshops/short workshops in Carrara - Italy PDF  
Paul MCSHANE, Paul 2002 To further Australia's fledgling involvement in the "booktown movement" by visiting booktown locations and meeting key individuals and academics - USA, Canada, U.K., Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Switzerland, Malaysia PDF  
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