The Future of Art
Vol 19 no 2, 1999
Speculations about art practice, art education, and questions of access to art are illustrated by case studies of five individual artists, and analyses of the state of play in our educational institutions and surveys of new media, regional and multicultural debates. Professionalism for artists is examined, tax and copyright, as well as e-commerce as a new direction for marketing. Curators address the changing role of art museums in relation to new work.
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The Rise and Rise of Michael EatherAuthor: Ms Pat Hoffie, feature
Examines the work of Michael Eather as art maker, gallery director, educator, project promoter and consultant. He established Campfire Consultancy with others. Also established the Fireworks Gallery: Aboriginal Art and other Burning Issues in Brisbane, Queensland.
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Articles in this issue
- Editorial: The Future of Art
- Feature: A Country Practice...
- Feature: A Worthwhile Investment: The Ceramics of Pippin Drysdale
- Feature: An Identity Crisis for Art Education?
- Feature: Art Teachers Hampered by Lack of Training
- Feature: Deschooling Art
- Feature: Forget the White Gloves: Plug-ins Rule OK ANAT National School for New Media Curation
- Feature: Hossein Valamanesh: Taking the Intuitive Path
- Feature: How the Tail Now Wags the Dog
- Feature: Hypothetical Product
- Feature: New Geographies of Knowledge
- Feature: One Pole Too Many? Learning to Speak the Language of a Successful Australian Arts Practitioner
- Feature: Polemic: Practice Makes Perfect: Art Museums, Audiences and the Future.
- Feature: Polemic: The End of Art Schools as we know them?
- Feature: Striking a Chord: David Keeling's Postcolonial Tasmania
- Feature: Talking about Ethics: Marie Sierra takes on her audience
- Feature: The Artist and the Critic
- Feature: The Good the Bad and the GST
- Feature: The Rise and Rise of Michael Eather
- Feature: The Traditional and the New - Artists and Teachers Please Note
- Feature: Thin Red Pocket Lining: A Note on the Value of University Art Schools
- Feature: Unheard Voices: Asian Artists in Australia
- Feature: Upping the Ante: SALA'99.Leter to the Editor
- Feature: User-friendly Internet Options for the Arts
- Feature: Virtual Futures for New Media Art: A Report on dLux Media Arts' Immersive Conditions Forum
- Review: Blak Beauty and Images from the Sea
- Review: Butcher Cherel Janangoo, Julie Dowling, Julie Gough
- Review: Doll
- Review: Emblematic
- Review: Immediate
- Review: Riding on the Edge: Art, Identity and the Motorcycle