Published 25 August 2021
Art and Design Education By what criteria do we judge the success of visual arts courses?
Looks at the Brisbane College of Advanced Education's art programmes more popularly known as the Kelvin Grove Art School and the Carseldine expressive arts department who joined forces in May 1990 on the occasion of the amagamation of B C A E with the larger entity of Queensland University of Technology.
Published September 1991
The Visual Arts/Crafts Board has been grappling with the difficulties facing specialist visual arts publishing in Australia for many years.
Exhibition review The Power of Perversion, Film Theory Seminars
Media Resource Centre Adelaide South Australia
April 8 - May 13 1991
The case for a viable national infrastructure.
Analytical perceptions for a new century. The artist - the creative thinker. The mechanics of thinking. Rational and irrational mechanics of thinking. Aesthetics and sociology - the conjugal relationship etc The critics best friend or friends must necessarily be the artist!
Book review Papunya Tula: Art of the Western Desert
By Geoffrey Bardon
McPhee Gribble 1991
Exhibition review Installation by Lyndal Jones
University of South Australia Art Museum
30 May - 22 June 1991
Art publishing out of the Power Institute.
Book review Jeffrey Smart: Paintings of the 70s and 80s
By John MacDonald
Craftsman House 1990
Art and Design Education A brief overview of the Australian Art and Design School phenomena today suggests that, given that educational philosophies are couched in the language of diversity, they still appear to be dominated by a referential and almost umbilical attachment to the early moderns...
Exhibition review Torso: Gray Street Workshop
25 July - 18 August 1991
Bite: Richard Baxter Smith and Bill Doyle Artzone
31 August - 11 September 1991
Art and Design Education For 2 years now, being busy about other things, I have not thought much about art education; and this abstinence seems not to have been injurious to anybody. But the thing nags. It ought to be possible to say something so manifestly enlightened and reasonable about art education that every rational person will agree and productive action will follow as the night follows the day.