Published 01 December 2020
Art and Design Education A student view See also article by Effemera Phaxx in this issue of Artlink.
Book review Jeffrey Smart: Paintings of the 70s and 80s
By John MacDonald
Craftsman House 1990
Published September 1991
Art and Design Education at the Victoria College of Arts.
Art and Design Education A new model for training architects and designers.
Art and Design Education The strength and vitality of post secondary design education programs in Australia arguably derives from the established tradition of project based learning.
Art and Design Education Looks at the various government schemes which are available to art and design graduates and undergraduates.
Art and Design Education It would be beneficial for the educational sector to look at an integration with the low-budget, grass roots end of existing film practice and make links with other film makers and independent festivals both nationally and internationally that are responsive to the work.
Exhibition review Torso: Gray Street Workshop
25 July - 18 August 1991
Bite: Richard Baxter Smith and Bill Doyle Artzone
31 August - 11 September 1991
Exhibition review an Installation of the work by Dadang Christanto Contemporary Indonesian Artist
University of South Australia Art Museum
August 1 - 31 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.
The case for a viable national infrastructure.
Art and Design Education Written with Penryhn Henderson Discusses the Associate Diploma of Art (Aborigine and Torres Strait Islander) being offered at the Cairns College of TAFE in Far North Queensland and now in its 8th year.
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...