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Ms Shelley Hannigan
|Area||School of Education|
|Phone||+61 3 556 33243|
|Location||Warrnambool and Geelong|
|Role and profile||Lecturer Arts Education|
Visual art education, visual-based media education, arts based pedagogies.
Campus chair (Warrnambool)
Place, Identity, artistic practice, art education, community-based art:
Methodologies: Arts Practice Based research, phenomenology, narrative inquiry, self-study, autoethnography, A/R/tography.
|Current research projects||
2013: final year of PhD.
PhD topic: Researching the phenomenon of Place and Identity in artistic thought and practice using methodologies of narrative inquiry and auto-ethnography.
|Service to the University,
discipline or community
(2009) Mouth To Mountain Cultural Event and Relay – Connecting Identities. Team leader for the visual artists invovled in three cultural events at Barwon Heads, City of Geelong and The You Yangs.
(2008/09) Story Vessel facilitator – Connecting Identities
Geelong’s project as part of the nationwide project Generations – funded by Australia Council for the Arts. I facilitated a group of 9 artists in community consultations . I then documented and curated the exhibitions of these and other art works.
(2008 & 2009) Artist in residence at Bundanon
To engage in a collaborative art project with four other artists within the context of Bundanon. Patricia Pollett, Jan Baker-Finch, Belinda Webster & Leeanne Crisp.
(2008) Story Vessel Sculptor – Connecting Identities
Selected as the artist to represent Deakin Ward region of Geelong in the Connecting Identities/Generations project. Provided with a budget to produce a sculpture following a series of community consultations.
(2005-07) Teacher, Brougham Art School of Art and Photography:
Courses I taught for the Diploma of Visual Arts 12857VIC:
- Context & Culture - Explores art and culture in historical and social context. I researched and design the course to make it relevant to students of the Geelong region. I developed strong relations in the community and steered students toward community arts projects.
- Art and Business (CUVCORO7A) I taught students about exhibiting and applying for grants, business and financial management and promotion relevant to this region.
- Colour and Design in Photoimaging (CUVDESO4A)
(2005) Artist and facilitator for community project ‘In my backyard please’
A project aimed at making art accessible to others in the suburbs. It involved sculptors making sculpture and filming the process at a used car yard in suburban Geelong.
(2004) President of Arthouse Collective Inc.
Assisted in promoting art and cultural events in the region.
(2003- 04) Artist and group representative in community arts project; The Artists in the Gardens,
Participated in the design and creation of a collaborative, site specific sculpture (12 artists). Sought community sponsorship and designed, constructed and built The Wind in The Billows - a large-scale sculpture. This was exhibited along with 13 other sculptures in the Geelong Botanical Gardens for two years.
I also helped to organised the public opening and delivered the speech on behalf of the artists.
2012: Awarded International Travel Grant, University of Queensland
2011: Received a Deans Award for Excellence in Teaching, Deakin University
2010: Bundanon Trust, NSW Artist in Residence/collaborative arts project: Dance to the Music of Time
2009: Bundanon Trust, NSW Artist in Residence/collaborative arts project: The Poussin Project
2008: City of Greater Geelong & Regional Arts Council Victoria Connecting Identities – sculpture project
2004: Community arts grant: City of Greater Geelong Sculpture/community interaction project
2003: Regional Arts Council of Victoria (Community Arts Projects) Artists In The Gardens
2002: Samuel Marsden College, NZ Artist in Residence
1989: New Zealand Regional Arts Council Grant Co-directed documentary on Maori Nationalism2004: Bundanon Trust, NSW Artist in Residence/researching Boyd’s legacy/museum
Masters Degree in Education (M.Ed) (creative art therapies)
2003-2005: La Trobe University.
Post-graduate certificate in Higher Education
2010: Deakin University
Post-graduate Diploma in Teaching (Dip.Ed) (applied learning)
2006-2007: Deakin University. (H.D)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) (painting and film)
1986-1989: Canterbury University, School of Fine Arts, NZ
Cert IV (training and assessment)
2007: Box Hill TAFE / Deakin University
Cert IV (small business development)
2007: Australian Business Development Centre
National Association of Visual Arts (NAVA)
Arts Education Victoria
Arts Education Australia
2012: Place Ontology and Art: Presented at the British Education Research Association (BERA), Manchester, UK
2012: Researching Place in Artistic Practice and Thinking: Presented at the Qualitative Research Conference, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.
2010: Narrative Inquiry and Visual Metaphor. Presented at NIMES conference, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane.
2010: Artistic Practice, Art therapy and Art Education: Creating and Interpreting Visual Metaphor. Presented at The International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) South East Asia-Pacific Regional Congress, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.
2009: Regenerating Communities, RMIT University
An overview of the project: Story Vessels. In this presentation I explained my role as sculptor, community artist and Project Facilitator on the Connecting Identities project based in the City of Greater Geelong as part of the nationwide Generations Project.
2009: The Arts in Times of Crisis, RAV Symposium, Geelong.
An overview of the project: Story Vessels and facilitation of a panel of three of the other artists involved.
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