Published 01 December 2019
Art and Design Education A new model for training architects and designers.
Book review A Pictorial Guide to Identifying Australian Architecture: Styles and Terms from 1788 to the Present by Richard Appleby, Robert Irving and Peter Reynolds with photographs by Solomon Mitchell Angus and Robertson 1989 RRP $39.95
Published September 1991
Exhibition review Gavin Blake: Immaculate Projections
North Adelaide School of Art Gallery
23 July - 8 August 1991
Art writing and payment to writers and how this influences who writes for what!
Looks at the impressive range of publications on the visual arts in New Zealand. This is not an exhaustive overview but a thumbnail sketch of this large and diverse topic.
The Visual Arts/Crafts Board has been grappling with the difficulties facing specialist visual arts publishing in Australia for many years.
Book review Papunya Tula: Art of the Western Desert
By Geoffrey Bardon
McPhee Gribble 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.
Exhibition review Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
University of Western Australia
April 21 - May 26 1991
Simon Gevers: 'perf' Steven Holland: 'a plaintive "Plee-erk"'
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 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...
Book review Field of Vision:A Decade of Change: Women's Art in the Seventies
By Janine Burke
Penguin Australia 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...