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visual arts

MOST RECENT:

Elizabeth Paterson: the Art of Synecdoche.
Craft ACT exhibition, September-October 2013.

ARCHIVE:

Art Monthly: commissioned articles as follows:

“Embodied Visions: (in)visible force in the work of Bernard Hardy”; 1500 words (Canberra Centenary special edition, March 2013)

“Articulating Care: Writing, Curation, and the forces of art”; 1800 words, special 250th anniversary edition on the art of criticism (June 2012)

“A note on Immersion”: textile artist Paull McKee and glass artist Kirstie Rea, year-long project, Namadgi National Park and Craft ACT; 1500 words (December, 2011).

“Becoming Imperceptible”: painter/printmaker Paul Uhlmann at the Goethe Institut, Sydney; 1500 words, June 2010.

“Eco-worrying”: painter Mandy Martin’s retrospective at Canberra Museum and Gallery; 1500 words, Oct 2009.

“Growing Home: the street trees of Canberra”: the work of Elizabeth Paterson at the National Botanic Gardens; 1800 words, April 2009.

PUBLICATIONS FOR Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre.

Elizabeth Paterson: the Art of Synecdoche. Craft ACT exhibition, September-October 2013.

“A note on Immersion”: textile artist Paull McKee and glass artist Kirstie Rea, year-long project, Namadgi National Park and Craft ACT; 1500 words [December, 2011].

Landcare Awards: “Artists Change How We Think About the World”

“Landsongs: Teaching our eyes to listen”. Catalogue commission, Craft ACT/National Parks and Wildlife Service immersion project; 2500 words, May 2009.

“Gudgenby: Traces”

“Artists Turned Inside Out in Residency Project”. Published Canberra Times, May 2010

“Art of Bush Craft Skills” Gudgenby traces

“Crafting Unity” The Namadgi project

Epidemic

“Epidemic: recent graduates from ANU, CIT & UC”

REAL TIME

Digital demands & pleasures: Beginning, Middle and End.
ANU School of Art Gallery, Sept 3-24, www.bmefestival.com
RT 94 Dec-Jan 2009

A city remembered in trees. Elizabeth Paterson, Growing Home: the street trees of Canberra.National Botanic Gardens, April 3-June 29
RT 85, June-July 2008

Sculpted: conscience and consciousness: the National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition 2005, NGA July 15-Oct 9
RT 85 Dec-Jan 2005

On moving and being moved: Bill Viola, The Passions.
NGA, July 29-Nov 6
RT 69, Oct-Nov 2005

Curiouser and curiouser. Barbara Campbell, The Grimwade Effect, Craft ACT, Canberra,
May 1 RT 62, Aug-Sept 2004

Sculptural fantasias:
 National Sculpture Prize, 2002.
NGA Nov 30, 2001-March 10, 2002.
RT 48, April-May 2002

Fine monkey magic: The Monkey Show, by Elizabeth Paterson.
CMAG, Canberra, Dec 15-Jan 27
RT 47, Feb-March 2002

The quiet archaeology of Neil Roberts
Canberra School of Art Gallery, May 5-June 10.
RT 44, Aug-Sept 2001

Filling in the body map.
RealTime @ MAP
RT 27 Oct-Nov 1998

CANBERRA TIMES:

Brown Betty Goes Bling! Johannes Kuhnen: a survey of innovation

Books to Hold or Let Go: Craft ACT

Two of a Mind: Bungendore Woodworks Gallery

Mingei: Bungendore Woodworks Gallery

Mingei: Art of the People, Bungendore Woodworks Gallery

Soft Animators: Curator Jas Huggonet; Gallery One, Craft ACT

Soft Animators: Childhood delights abound

MUSIC AND ART

Three Cords & (sic) The Truth: ANCA Gallery

JEWISH STORIES IN DESIGN

New Under the Sun: Australian Contemporary Design in Jewish Ceremony

Epidemic: Duck for Cover, Craft ACT

Epidemic: Outbreak of Talent on Show

Encompass: new ceramics by Anita McIntyre

Encompass Ceramics by Anita McIntyre: Footprints of memories

ARTISTS’ BOOKS

Books to Hold or Let Go: Craft ACT