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Consultancy Project

The students will learn how to devise an art project that is appropriate for their school. They will learn how to consult stakeholders, establish design ideas and access materials.They will also learn how to budget for a project.

Artist Information

Tertius

Website:

Email: tertiusnz@xtra.co.nz

Qualifications

TERTIUS, Curriculum Vitae.

2008 Mural Artist, collaboration with Jo Davidson, for the National Parks and
Wildlife Service, New South Wales.
Set Designer, Comboyne Spring Festival and the Hall Committee.

2007 Exhibition, Comboyne Spring Festival.

2006 Community Artist, for the Comboyne Spring Festival and the Comboyne
Community Association, Residency funded by Festivals Australia.

2005 Community Artist, two projects for the Comboyne Ex-Serviceman’s and Citizens Club.

Participating Artist, “ A Local Eye View”, Hastings Regional Gallery.

2004 Community Artist, “ The Sundial Project”, collaborative project with Skye McLauchlan and the Comboyne Community Association, funding by the
New South Wales Regional Arts Board.
Community Artist, “AquaSculpture”, collaboration with artists and community
Members, funding by the Hastings Council’s City for the Arts programme. Commissioned Artist, Hastings Council Waterwise Department sculpture.

2003 Community Artist, collaboration with Skye McLauchlan and the Comboyne
Community Association, a mosaic frieze, funding by the Hastings Council’s City for the Arts programme.
Community Artist, collaboration with Jo Davidson, street banners for the
Wauchope Chamber of Commerce and Industry, funding by the Hastings Council’s City for the Arts programme.
Exhibition with Jo Davidson, Blue Poles Gallery, Byabarra.

2002 Mural Artist, for the Comboyne Community Association, funded by a
Hastings Council Community Support grant.

2001 Community Artist, two murals for the Police and Community Youth Club.

2000 Exhibition, Manning Valley Regional Art Gallery, Taree.
Art Tutor, for the Wauchope Technical and Further Education college, working
with young people in a re-entering learning programme.
Bush Regeneration Certificate, Wauchope Technical and Further Education.

1999 Mural Artist, collaboration with Jo Davidson and Steve Killick, for the
Wauchope Community Arts Council, funding by the Australia Council For the Arts.

1995 Community Artist, for the Pride Gay and Lesbian Community Centre Inc.,
Funding by the Australia Council for the Arts.

1994 Installation Artist, Stables Theatre for the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival.
1993 Exhibition, North Adelaide School of Art Gallery, South Australia.

1992 Artist, collaboration with Kathie Muir and the Trade Union choir, funding
by the South Australia United Trades and Labour Council and the Art and
Working Life programme of the Australia Council for the Arts.
Exhibition, York Street Studios, Adelaide.

1991 Designer/ Research, collaboration with Cameron Lewcock, a visual history
of tourism in South Australia, funding by Tourism South Australia.
Witches and Warm Brothers Exhibition, Experimental Art Foundation,Adelaide.

1990 Banner Artist, the National Union of Workers, South Australia branch.
Art for Aids Exhibition, Adelaide.

1989 Banner Artist, the Federated Miscellaneous Workers Union, South Australia.
Installation Artist, for the Aids Council of South Australia at the
Constitutional Museum, Old Parliament House, Adelaide.

1988 Banner Artist, the Transport Workers Union, South Australian branch.
Set Designer, for Junction Theatre Company, Adelaide.

1987 Scenic Artist, for Troupe Theatre Company, a production for the Adelaide
Festival of Arts.
1986 Counsellor training, phone and face to face counselling for the Gay and
Lesbian Counselling Service, South Australia.

1986-90 Art tutor, the Multiple Sclerosis Society, South Australia.

1985 Mural Artist, for the Henley Beach City Council, funding by the Visual
Arts Board of the Australia Council for the Arts.
Mural Artist, collaboration with Kerryl Shirley, for the Fringe Festival of
Cabaret, South Australia.
Set Designer, for Port Youth Theatre Company, Adelaide Town Hall.
Installation Artist, for the Come Out Youth Festival, Adelaide.
Installation Artist, collaboration with Kerryl Shirley, the Constitutional
Museum, Old Parliament House, Adelaide.

1984 Resident Artist, Adelaide Fringe Festival of Arts, South Australia.
Exhibition, the Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide.
Exhibition, Fringe Festival of Arts group exhibition.
Exhibition, Middle White Major group exhibition, the Contemporary
Art Society, Adelaide.

Installation Artist, collaboration with Kerryl Shirley, for the Adelaide
Festival Centre Community Arts Department.

1983 Exhibition, Middle White Major group exhibition, the Union Gallery,
University of Adelaide.

Mural Artist, for the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth.

1982 Mural Artist, collaboration with Stoyan Jerusevic, for the Performing Arts Collection and the Fringe Festival of Arts, South Australia.

1981 Education Officer, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth.
Exhibition, the Coachman Gallery, New Plymouth.

1980 Community Artist, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth.

1975-81 Self Employment with Fiona Clark, Cabbage Enterprises, Tikorangi.

1975 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland.

Programme Information

Arts Practice Medium: Cross Arts

Topics or Genres of Expertise: consultancy,planning, design, budgeting.

Languages Spoken: English

Target Age Group: Junior Secondary, Senior Secondary

Preferred Group Size: Small (1-8)

Regions: Taranaki, National

Space and Resources Required: whiteboard, space

Indicative Costs:

  • $40 per hour
  • Materials: $50

Mode of Delivery: Presentation, Workshop

Cultural Context: as appropriate

References:

Fiona Clark at fionaclark@clear.net.nz Douglas Robinson at dougjoanne@xtra.co.nz

Programme Materials Provided for Schools: Yes

Photos of Relevant Work by This Artist

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