Published 01 December 2020
Art and Design Education The Queensland College of Art and its dubious future.
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...
Published September 1991
The case for a viable national infrastructure.
Exhibition review (indigenous artists) Koori Perspective
12 May - 31 June 1991
9 June - 31 July 1991
Ginger Riley Munduwalawala
7 July - 31 August
Tandanya Adelaide South Australia
Art publishing out of the Power Institute.
The Visual Arts/Crafts Board has been grappling with the difficulties facing specialist visual arts publishing in Australia for many years.
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!
Exhibition review Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
University of Western Australia
April 21 - May 26 1991
Simon Gevers: 'perf' Steven Holland: 'a plaintive "Plee-erk"'
Art and Design Education A letter from Noel Sheridan to the editor Stephanie Britton. One of the main reasons for coming to Perth (Western Australia) was to get away from art education...
Art and Design Education A student view See also article by Effemera Phaxx in this issue of Artlink.
Exhibition review The Body in Question: Jewellery and Metalsmithing Symposium
University of Tasmania Launceston
and related exhibition programme
Exhibition review Installation by Lyndal Jones
University of South Australia Art Museum
30 May - 22 June 1991
Art and Design Education In attempting to teach something called computer art, we inherit our critical base from art history and another from engineering. Not only are these traditionally at odds with each other, but neither of them, nor a combination of the two, are adequate for our historical moment.