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Workshop Staff

Head of Workshop

Wendy Teakel

Head of Sculpture

Wendy.Teakel@anu.edu.au

Wendy Teakel works across the disciplines of sculpture, installation, drawing and painting. Her artworks explore the nature of place within the cultural landscape of farms. Growing up in the country and still living in a rural setting, Wendy's recent works express an insider’s view of the rural landscape. The farmer employs...
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Lecturers

Paul Hay

Lecturer

Paul.Hay@anu.edu.au

Paul Hay is a Canberra based Australian sculptor whose practice has included public art, assemblage, photography and installation. Since 2004, he has been a Lecturer in Sculpture at the School of Art & Design, Australian National University. In 2015 and 2016 he was Special Lecturer in Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai...
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Sessional Staff

Jacqueline Bradley

Sessional Lecturer

jacqueline.bradley@anu.edu.au

Jacqueline Bradley is a Canberra-based artist who makes sculptural, wearable and performance works using found objects, fabric, metal and timber. Her practice focuses on the use of clothing and outdoors equipment in sculpture to simultaneously invoke a physical experience in, and subjective interpretation of, the outdoors. Since...
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Technical Staff

Jeremy Lepisto

Technical Officer

jeremy.lepisto@anu.edu.au

My current PhD practice led research at ANU in Sculpture began in June 2011, exactly two years after my wife and I dispatched an 18 cubic meter-shipping container filled with a carefully considered and condensed collection of our lives’ belongings from Portland, Oregon to Canberra, Australia. This action not only started a new...
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Emeritus Fellows

Michael Le Grand

Emeritus Fellow

mlegrand@iinet.net.au

Michael Le Grand has been working in steel since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1974. Following further studies at St. Martin’s School of Art, London, Michael was awarded an Australian National University Creative Arts Fellowship in 1978. Michael was significantly involved in the development of the early...
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