The Artist Curates
The Artist Curates book was launched in 2016 at
Project Space RMIT University, Cardigan Street 5-7pm 26 May 2016
Melbourne at Artery studios 1 May with a discussion panel with Jonas Ropponen, Jazmina Cininas and Ruth Johnstone
105 - 107 Helen Street, Northcote
Edited by Ruth Johnstone
Contributors: Jazmina Cininas, Richard Harding, Ruth Johnstone, John Nixon, Nikos Pantazopoulos, Rosslynd Piggott, Andrew Tetzlaff and Deborah Williams
The Artist Curates captures the shifting ground and blending practices within contemporary art. Focusing on Melbourne against an international background, artists who curate comment on their experience and their enquiry adds new insights to the history of curating.
First Published 2015
Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd
The Artist Curates can be purchased online from Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Doctoral Research in Art
Edited by David Forrest
Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne 2017
Contributors: Colleen Boyle, Jazmina Cininas, Rhett D’Costa, Lesley Duxbury, Phil Edwards, David Forrest, Julian Goddard, Paul Gough, Michael Graeve, Ian Haig, Shane Hulbert, Richard Harding, Ruth Johnstone, Robin Kingston, Laresa Kosloff, Keely Macarow, Maggie McCormick, Grace McQuilton, Sally Mannall, Nikos Pantazopoulos, David Thomas and Darrin Verhagen.
Doctoral Research in Art contributes to knowledge on doctoral research approaches in the field of art with commentary and reflection by university educators and practitioners in art. The aim of the book is to assist future doctoral candidates or those considering art research at the highest level.
Key questions: Why one should undertake a doctorate, and in particular, why do a doctorate in art?
Through my chapter Revisiting Research (pp. 132-140) I reflect on how I managed my research for my PhD entitled Revisiting the Print Room. The chapter offers methods for handling the complexities of historical research and the management and engagement required to achieve a doctorate in art and how this new knowledge was received by peer review and post-doctoral publications. The first section of text includes details of the doctoral research to provide a context for discussion and the second section is devoted to considering motivation, choice of institution and the process of developing a research proposal and how the research proceeded, noting external impacts, with final advice to those who are considering undertaking doctoral art research.
Doctoral Research in Art can be purchased online: scholarly.info