My name is Lisa, and I focus on drawing processes that explore subjects of curiosity for my students. Regardless of skill or experience levels, we use fun forms of creative attention to free up expressive flow and openness to experimental media.
I have taught (and been taught) Art in a variety of contexts. Having drawn for fun from a young age, it was natural to teach art to children when I came to work in childcare for several years. Seeking out two arts degrees then at the University of Tasmania, I also had opportunities to work as a paid peer facilitator in Arts Theory and Studio practices, while being taught experimental methods in a variety of media within Contemporary Arts contexts in employment and as an undergraduate.
2018 - Permaculture Design Certificate
2017 - BCA, B Phil (Arts Studio and Leadership majors)
2014 - Diploma of Photo-imaging
2017/18 - Teaching creative workshops for adults including drawing, earthen materials, photography, and using narrative in cultural design (as part of a community development project for the Far South Art-site)
2017/18 - Animating video content using Video-scribe and other applications for Behavior Analysis lectures given by online clients
2017 - Graduated with multiple awards and honors from BCA / B Phil at the University of Tasmania. Drawing was my major studio based subject area.
2016 - Photography and arts workshops for Crossroads for Women, as part of a voluntary experience and Communications Internship (while on a one year International exchange to New Mexico)
2015 - Peer group facilitator for the University of Tasmania in Art Theory (including practical sessions for adult Studio major students)
2014 - Completed Diploma of Photo-imaging through Wodonga TAFE (online)
2011/2013 - Small Business providing photographic products and services to the emerging Geelong cultural community
Prior - Facilitating 'Arts for Kids' 10 week workshops for the YMCA and from my private home upon request
Academic: VCLP Award, Overseas exchange scholarship, Achievement certificate in Art Theory
Professional: Collaborative development of an inclusive rural Art-site in Far South Tasmania
Drawing exhibits: (2017) - 'Drawing into engagement' solo exhibition at FSA; '2D' curated by University of Tasmania postgraduate studio students at the Powerhouse Gallery in Launceston; (2016) - FSA designs shown for the Sustainability Director at UNM Taos; 'Green River collaboration' work produced under guidance of Dr Catherine Page Harris; (2015) - 'Wonderland' curated by Dr Sue Henderson, 'The Field' curated by Dr Amelia Rowe; (2014) - 'Across the Line' curated by Dr Sue Henderson
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