Skip navigation
The Australian National University

Foundation Staff

Head of Workshop

Gilbert Riedelbauch

Head of Foundation Studies and Graduate Coursework Convenor

gilbert.riedelbauch@anu.edu.au

Gilbert Riedelbauch joined the School of Art in 1994 as a designer/maker with a background in silversmithing. He has led the Foundation Studies program since 2008 and convenes the Graduate Coursework program for Visual Arts and Digital Arts. From 2008 to 2015 he coordinated the School’s Design Arts program.  Riedelbauch's...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Lecturers

Dr Dr Erica Seccombe

Lecturer

Erica.Seccombe@anu.edu.au

Erica Seccombe lectures in Foundation Studies at the ANU School of Art & Design, and convenes the course Figure & Life and teaches into Vision & Perception. She also lectures for The Centre for Art History and Art Theory, and has convened the courses for Australian Modernism, Cyberculture and first year Art History. Erica is...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Jennifer Robertson

Lecturer

jennifer.robertson@anu.edu.au

Jennifer Robertson studied at West Surrey College of Art and Design, Royal College of Art, UK and Fondazione Arte della Seta Lisio, Florence, Italy. She migrated to Australia in 1986, established a weaving studio in Fremantle, WA and joined the staff at the ANU School of Art in Canberra in 1997. She is an internationally renowned woven...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Richard Whiteley

Head of Glass Workshop

richard.whiteley@anu.edu.au

Richard Whiteley became an apprentice in stained at the age of sixteen; he holds an undergraduate degree form The School of Art, Australian National University (Glass) and a Masters degree (MFA, Sculpture) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is an Associate Professor and currently the Head of the Glass Workshop and...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Sessional Staff

Dr Amanda Stuart

Field Studies Coordinator and Sessional Lecturer

Amanda.Stuart@anu.edu.au

Amanda Stuart is a Canberra based visual artist, writer, curator and art educator. Her sculptural works produce objects that sit in the environment to invite psychic re-imaginings of old, unhealed wounds between humans and unwanted animals. Embedded in a materiality of the Australian regional landscape and its fauna, her works refer to...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Dr Anna Raupach

Sessional Lecturer

anna.raupach@anu.edu.au

Anna Madeleine is an artist working in mixed media, experimental animation and interactive installation. She completed her PhD in media arts at UNSW Art and Design, and graduated with honours in Photography & Media Arts from ANU School of Art & Design in 2007. She is currently a sessional lecturer at ANU School of Art &...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Dan Stewart-Moore

Sessional Lecturer and Gallery Administrator

daniel.stewart-moore@anu.edu.au

Dan is a sculptor and a PhD candidate at the ANU School of Art & Design. He uses a diverse number of materials including steel, stone, timber and plastic to create his work. Dan has exhibited domestically and internationally and has various works in private collections in Australia, the USA and the UK. He has been a sessional...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Elisa Crossing

Sessional Lecturer

elisacrossing@gmail.com

A graduate of the ANU School of Art & Design Painting department, Elisa Crossing has exhibited paintings, drawings and 3D installation works in a career spanning two decades, with seven solo exhibitions and many group shows, locally and nationally. Elisa has been an enthusiastic arts educator for twenty years, lecturing at the ANU in...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Dr Frank Thirion

Sessional Lecturer

u4021313@anu.edu.au

Born in Paris France, Frank Thirion holds a PhD in painting from the Australian National University (2004), Bachelor of Arts, Honours (Visual Arts) ANU School of Art and a University Medal (1999).  Current body of works explore how light in an auxetic universe is effected by gravity over astronomical distances. His works are in the...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

John Forrester-Clack

Sessional Lecturer

john.clack@anu.edu.au

John Forrester Clack completed his Master of Arts at the Royal College of Art, London in 1986 and he has been practicing and exhibiting as a full time artist for the past 30 years. For the past ten years he has lived and worked in the bush out of Canberra. John's work is a combination of oil paintings and charcoals, where the medium...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Kate Murphy

Sessional Lecturer

Kate.Murphy@anu.edu.au

Kate M Murphy is an artist working across installation, performance, photography and video, exhibiting under the name of Ellis Hutch. Since 2004 she has worked as a sessional lecturer in the Foundation Studies, Sculpture and Art Theory Workshops at the ANU School of Art & Design. She currently teaches the Professional Practices...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Tess Horwitz

Sessional Lecturer

tesstony@apex.net.au

Tess’ installation work revolves around processes of making and the permeable skin between culture and nature. Since moving to Canberra in 1990 Tess achieved her Master of Arts in Sculpture, and has exhibited installations, coordinated large-scale community arts projects, received commissions for public artworks, and taught at the...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Dr Tony Curran

Sessional Lecturer

Dr Tony Curran is a practicing artist and has exhibited nationally and internationally in drawing, painting, installation and sound art. His research has investigated the role of participation in portraiture and figurative art through producing in-situ life drawing performances at Australia’s National Portrait Gallery, the Wagga...
View Artworks, CV and full extended profile >>

Technical Staff

Updated: 20 September 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Head of Office / Page Contact:  Web Publisher