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Biography

I have maintained a high research output ( including grant funding) considering my extensive administrative positions that I have held at the university since the mid 1990's including Deputy Head (1999-01), Acting Head of School (2001-02) Head of School (2003-04) and Assistant Dean International (2006-08).I am a founding member of the Arts/Health and Practice Research Centre and held an executive position in the Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools (ACUADS) the arts sectors peak body from 2002-04 (3 year position). Technically I am an early career researcher and my doctoral thesis is in the final semester of production. My research focus is primarily directed to advantaging an understanding of collaborative engagement with a central focus of determining a multi level framework for the arts that sees creative arts as having an intrinsic value beyond the boundaries of the art gallery. As a visual artist I primarily work with photo and digital media. Installation practice and new media constructs have directly influenced my work that finds contexts in many disparate environments .In 2005 I was Chief investigator on a Collaborative Grant with Hunter New England Health as the funding partner. The primary outcome was a commissioned art work Moving the Royal-Framing the Windows installed permanently in the foyer of The Royal Newcastle Centre Hospital in Newcastle. This facility in it's first year of operation has seen 1 million people access the hospital, all of whom can be considered potential viewers of this artwork.This involved a unique collaboration between hospital staff and academics and those in the community who were dramatically affected by the closure of the hospital. The results were reported in an invited paper presented at the inaugural 2006 Australian Medical Humanities Conference in Byron Bay. Another permanent installation (Sky Windows)2003 installed in The John Hunter Hospital was undertaken in collaboration with Professor Anne Graham (my supervisor) and funded through an internal grant. I have built a long-term relationship with the hospitals in the region and have been instrumental in working to provide an understanding of the value of art in the health sector. In recent years in collaboration with Prof Allyson Holbrook (SORTI)I have also taken a principal role in research that focuses on doctoral supervision and examination in Fine Art resulting in four refereed publications. From 2000 to 2009 I supervised 10 post graduate students to successful completion and currently supervise 8 MPhil Fine Art candidates. I have supervised in excess of 40 Honours students with the majority being awarded Honours (Class 1) and six being awarded University Medals and APA scholarships to the University of Newcastle, University of NSW and Melbourne University (VCA). Two MPhil graduates where awarded PhD scholarships in Britain in 2009. I have been proactive in highlighting the achievements of the creative arts at a regional, national and international level by nominating successful graduates for Alumni Awards and Hon Doctorates including (Margaret Olley,Nancy Borlaise,) at the University of Newcastle.

Qualifications

  • PhD, University of Newcastle, 29/11/2013
  • Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts), Sydney College of the Arts, 28/06/1983
  • Graduate Diploma in Visual Art, Sydney College of the Arts, 04/05/1982

Research

Research keywords

  • Arts/Health and Practice
  • Practice as Research

Research expertise

My research focus is primarily directed to advantaging an understanding of collaborative engagement with a central focus of determining a multi level framework for the arts that sees creative arts as having an intrinsic value beyond the boundaries of the art gallery. As a visual artist I primarily work with photo and digital media. Installation practice and new media constructs have directly influenced my work that finds contexts in many disparate environments .In 2005 I was Chief investigator on a Collaborative Grant with Hunter New England Health as the funding partner. The primary outcome was a commissioned art work Moving the Royal-Framing the Windows installed permanently in The Royal Newcastle Centre Hospital in Newcastle. This involved a unique collaboration between hospital staff and academics and those in the community who were dramatically affected by the closure of the hospital. The results were reported in an invited paper presented at the inaugural 2006 Australian Medical Humanities Conference in Byron Bay. Another permanent installation (Sky Windows) installed in The John Hunter Hospital was undertaken in collaboration with professor Anne Graham (my supervisor) funded through an internal grant. I have built a long-term relationship with the hospitals in the region and have been instrumental in working to provide an understanding of the value of art in the health sector. In recent years in collaboration with Holbrook et. al I have also taken a principal role in research that focuses on doctoral supervision and examination in Fine Art resulting in four refereed publications

Languages

  • English

Fields of Research

CodeDescriptionPercentage
130299Curriculum And Pedagogy Not Elsewhere Classified50
199999Studies In The Creative Arts And Writing Not Elsewhere Classified50

Memberships

Body relevant to professional practice.

  • Committee member - Artist in Residence- The Lockup Cultural Centre
  • Member of the Civic and Cultural Precinct Advisory Group - Newcastle City Council
  • Deputy Chair Arts Foundation - Sydney Childrens Hospital, Randwick

Appointments

Artist in Residence Committee
The Lockup Cultural Centre (Australia)
01/01/2005
Royal Newcastle Hospital Commemorative Committee
Hunter Health (Australia)
01/01/2003 - 01/12/2006
James Fletcher Hospital Commemorative Committee
Hunter new England Health (Australia)
01/01/2009 - 01/02/2010
The 2009 International Academic and Community Conference on Animals and Society
Animals and Society (Australia)
01/01/2008 - 01/07/2009
MIRVAC Art Advisory Committee
MIRVAC Pty Ltd (Australia)
01/01/2009 - 01/01/2010
ArtsHealth International Conference, (Committee)
University of Newcastle (Australia)
01/01/2007 - 01/10/2010
Executive member
Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools (Australia)
01/09/2001 - 01/09/2004

Invitations

Murrurundi Keddies Pastoral Photo Prize
Murrurundi Council , Australia (Consultant for establishment of a new National Photo Prize)
2009
External examiner for Honours (Photomedia)
College of Fine Art UNSW, Australia (External Examiner.)
2006
The Gosford Emerging Art Prize
Gosford City Art Gallery, Australia (Judge)
2007

Collaboration

Practice as Research is a primary research interest and the project Coalopolis to Metropolis: New Adventures of Mark Twain outlines the recent success of this at an international level. The breadth of studio-based inquiry is beginning to claim a space within traditional domains of research. This exhibition emerged from discussions with Professor Graeme Sullivan at Colombia University in New York. It was shown at Pearl Street Gallery in Brooklyn (established by Colombia University as a research centre in Practice as Research)The research contributes to the discourse of Practice as Research evolving through an exploration of how artists interpret historically potent archival material by initiating new research frameworks and practices in collaboration with writers and social commentators. As one of 9 artists in this research project, and contributing editor of the catalogue my work consisted of five segments of a photo installation piece, which reflected on Mark Twains rail journey. The limit of peering out a window where what is seen is formed by what is known freeze frames reality in these works. The installation construct forms a rhythmic visual language that provides a potential to view traditional 2D images in a 4D virtual environment thus expanding the notional parameters of still photography.

The significance of this research is that the artists were invited by Professor Graeme Sullivan, Chair of the Dept of Arts and Humanities at Columbia University in New York to exhibit the project at Pearl Street Gallery in Brooklyn NY in 2007. This project was selected to feature in a series of exhibition projects running over two years that ensured that art created within the framework of studio research was effectively placed within cultural discourse in the public domain. The exhibition was opened by Benjamin Genocchio, art critic for the NY Times and is profiled as a key example of Practice as Research in the following two books published in 2009.

  • Art Practice as Research: Inquiry in Visual Arts, Sage Publications, Inc. November (2009); and
  • Dean and Smiths edited book, entitled, Practice-led Research/Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts, Edinburgh University Press (2009) Chapter 2 Making Space: The Purpose and Place of Practice-led Research,

Administrative

Administrative expertise

I have held significant administrative roles at The University of Newcastle since 1994. These have included Program Co-ordinator for the Bachelor of Visual Arts (1994-98) Assistant Dean, Faculty of Art and Design (1998-2000) Deputy H ead of School, School of Fine Art (2000-01) Acting Head of School (2002-04) Assistant Dean, International, Faculty of Education and Arts (2006- current).I was an appointed academic member to the committee to develop and write a new Bachelor of Fine Art Degree at The University of Newcastle in 1999, which included the introduction of a Masters of Fine Art and PhD programs.

I have chaired the TAFE/ University Articulation Advisory Group for Arts and Media and developed a flexible BFA program in partnership with Tamworth TAFE in 2000.

Teaching

Teaching keywords

  • Alternative photo practices
  • Landscape and mythology
  • artist books
  • photomedia practice

Teaching expertise

My specialist area of teaching is Photomedia with a primary focus of Early 19th Century processes, artist books and silver based processes.My teaching has been focused in supporting the development of professional practices in the gallery program, sourcing specialist guest lectures for the public programs and mentoring candidates to apply for grants, prizes and scholarships. I have been actively engaged in the Directed Study course offered to undergraduate BFA students and have assisted many students with successful placements at: The Art Gallery of NSW, Newcastle Regional Gallery and Lake Macquarie Region Art Gallery, along with commercial companies. I have participated in the planning of arts program initiatives at Gosford, Wyong and Newcastle hospitals, which has included presenting concept proposals, participating in Arts for Health Seminars and Conferences. I have also supported students in conducting residencies within hospital environments in both Newcastle and Gosford and together with Trevor Weekes I have developed a long-term relationship with Eden Gardens through initiatives such as a yearly exhibition of student work at the Eden Gardens Art Gallery in Lane Cove. I have strong links to Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Canada, Goldsmiths College of Art in England and The Bauhaus, University of Weimar in Germany, The School of Art at Christchurch University in New Zealand together with substantive links to key academic staff at art schools around Australia. I have been responsible for the promotion of Fine Art at a regional, national and international level with the production of SOFA (a yearly journal promoting activities in Fine Art in 2002-05) and curating and instigating touring exhibitions of staff and student work including VERVE- Profiling the research of staff in Fine Art at the University which is touring in 2007 to regional galleries in NSW

I was instrumental in developing a highly successful TAFE/Uni partnership with New England TAFEthat saw over 90 students articulate into the Bachelor of Fine Art Degree at the University of newcastle through a flexible program including online, campus based study at both Tamworth TAFE and Callaghan Campus of the university.

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Highlighted Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2007Lawry MJ, New Adventures of Mark Twain: Coalopolis to Metropolis, contributing editor Miranda Lawry, - (2007) [J1]
2004Dally KA, Holbrook AP, Lawry MJ, Graham AM, 'Assessing the exhibition and the exegesis in visual arts higher degrees: perspectives of examiners', Working Papers in Art & Design, 3 1-14 (2004) [C1]
2005Lawry MJ, Drawn From the Archive, Newcastle (2005) [J1]
2006Lawry MJ, Moving the Royal-Framing the Memories, Arts Health facilities, The Royal Newcastle Centre (2006) [J1]

Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.

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Journal article (4 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2009Lawry MJ, 'Ben Hall: An essay', Wilson Street, - 12-15 (2009) [C3]
2006Holbrook AP, St George JM, Ashburn EA, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, 'Assessment practice in fine art higher degrees', Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, 118 86-97 (2006) [C1]
2004Dally KA, Holbrook AP, Lawry MJ, Graham AM, 'Assessing the exhibition and the exegesis in visual arts higher degrees: perspectives of examiners', Working Papers in Art & Design, 3 1-14 (2004) [C1]
2004Dally KA, Holbrook AP, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, 'The processes and parameters of Fine Art PhD examination', International Journal of Educational Research, 41 136-162 (2004) [C1]
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Conference (14 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2010Simmons BA, Holbrook AP, Lawry MJ, 'From rupture to resonance: Art makers as art researchers', AARE International Education Research Conference - 2010, Melbourne, Vic (2010) [E3]

Co-authors: Allyson Holbrook

2009Simmons BA, Holbrook AP, St George JM, Lawry MJ, Graham AM, 'Developing a researcher perspective during the course of a fine art research degree: Issues relating to supervision', AARE 2008 Conference Papers Collection: Proceedings, Brisbane, QLD (2009) [E2]
2009Robinson P, Lawry MJ, 'Reflected visions', The 2nd ArtsHealth Conference Proceedings, Newcastle, NSW (2009) [E3]
2007Lawry MJ, Shaw GA, ''Generations' - A Collaborative Teaching and Learning Project', Mars and Venus: Does Gender Matter in Aging. Program and Abstracts, Newcastle, Australia (2007) [E3]
2006Lawry MJ, 'Moving the Royal-Framing the Memories', Taking Heart: A new quest for Medical Humanities, Byron Bay (2006) [E2]
2005Holbrook AP, Dally KA, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, 'Examiner Reflections on the Fine Art Higher Degree Examination Process', AARE 2004 Conference Papers Collection, Melbourne, Australia (2005) [E1]
2005Dally KA, Holbrook AP, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, Ashburn EA, 'Assessment Practice in Visual Arts Higher Degrees', European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction 11th Biennial Conference. Integrating Multiple Perspectives on Effective Learning Environments, Nicosia, Cyprus (2005) [E3]
2004Holbrook AP, Dally KA, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, 'The perspectives of examiners on the processes of research higher degree supervision and examination in fine art', Conference Paper, Stockholm (2004) [E2]
2004Dally KA, Holbrook AP, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, 'The Fine Art higher degree examination process', Proceedings of the 2004 International Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, Australia (2004) [E3]
2004Holbrook AP, Dally KA, Bourke SF, Lovat TJ, Lawry MJ, Lu Y, 'Evaluating some fundamental features of doctoral assessment', Proceedings of the 2004 International Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, Australia (2004) [E3]
2004Holbrook AP, Dally KA, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, 'Examiner reflections on the Fine Art Higher Degree examination process', Abstract of Papers, Melbourne (2004) [E3]
2003Dally KA, Holbrook AP, Bourke SF, Graham AM, Lawry MJ, 'Higher Degree Examination in Fine Art', Defining the Doctorate, Crowne Plaza, Newcastle (2003) [E1]
2000Lawry MJ, 'Flexible Learning/Partnerships for Learning', ASET/HERDSA Journal, Toowoomba QLD (2000) [E3]
2000Lawry MJ, 'Creating Partnerships for Learning', Australain and new Zealand Journal of Art, Armidale NSW (2000) [E3]
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Creative Work (35 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2014Lawry MJ, The 2014 Small Boxes Exhibition Plume 1 Plume 11, Kankaku Museum, Osaki-shi, Miyagi, Japan (2014)
2012Lawry MJ, Forsythes collectors care, Newcastle Art School, Newcastle (2012) [J2]
2012Lawry MJ, 1000 small boxes, Kankaku Museum, Osaki, Japan (2012) [J2]
2011Alexander B, Lawry MJ, Sinnott PA, Smith KA, Adams PA, Philp AJ, Tracing Site: Relocating the museum from Wood St to Honeysuckle, Newcastle Region Museum (2011) [J1]
2011Alexander B, Lawry MJ, Philp AJ, Sinnott PA, Smith KA, Weekes TM, Adams PA, Site Tracing: Culture, identity, site and place, The Lock-Up Cultural Centre, Newcastle (2011) [J2]
2010Lawry MJ, Nou Hospital, Hospital de la Santa Crue i Sant Pau, Barcelona exhibited at Healing: Space and Place, PODspace Gallery, Newcastle, NSW (2010) [J2]
2009Lawry MJ, My Place in Space exhibited in 'Interpretations: Our Place in Space', John Paynter Gallery, Newcastle, NSW (2009) [J2]
2009Lawry MJ, Regional Anatomy 1, Regional Anatomy 2, Regional Anatomy 3, Regional Anatomy 4 exhibited at 'A Fine Line', PODspace Gallery, Newcastle, NSW (2009) [J2]
2009Lawry MJ, Climate/Camouflage 264, Climate/Camouflage 264 exhibited at '1000 Small Boxes', Kankaku Museum, Osaki City, Japan (2009) [J2]
2009Lawry MJ, Connecting Principle Event 09: The Shift, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK (2009) [J2]
2008Lawry MJ, Down Under Ground, Drozdowice Chamber, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland (2008) [J2]
2008Lawry MJ, Art and the Archive, John Paynter Gallery, Newcastle (2008) [J2]
2007Lawry MJ, Charting Memory, Framing Memory, The University Gallery, University of Newcastle (2007) [J1]
2007Lawry MJ, New Adventures of Mark Twain: Coalopolis to Metropolis, contributing editor Miranda Lawry, - (2007) [J1]
2007Lawry MJ, New Adventures of Mark Twain: Coalopolis to Metropolis, Pearl Street Gallery, Brooklyn, New York (2007) [J2]
2007Lawry MJ, Lightness, John Paynter Gallery, Newcastle (2007) [J2]
2007Lawry MJ, Green, John Paynter Gallery, Newcastle (2007) [J2]
2007Lawry MJ, Forsythes Collectors Care Art Exhibition, Newcastle Art School TAFE Front Room Gallery, Newcastle (2007) [J2]
2007Lawry MJ, Verve, Tamworth Regional Gallery, Tamworth (2007) [J2]
2006Lawry MJ, Moving the Royal-Framing the Memories, Arts Health facilities, The Royal Newcastle Centre (2006) [J1]
2006Lawry MJ, Verve, The University of Newcastle Art Gallery, Newcastle (2006) [J2]
2006Lawry MJ, Collectors Care Exhibition, Newcastle Art School Gallery, Newcastle (2006) [J2]
2006Lawry MJ, The Fishing Park, Fram Kitigawa, Director, Echigo Tsumari Triennial, Echigo Tsumari, Japan (2006) [J2]
2006Lawry MJ, Unlocked 1, John Paynter Gallery, Newcastle (2006) [J2]
2005Lawry MJ, Drawn From the Archive, Newcastle (2005) [J1]
2005Lawry MJ, Gosford Art Prize, Gosford Regional Gallery, Gosford NSW (2005) [J2]
2005Lawry MJ, Samaritans Collectors Care Exhibition, Newcastle Art School Gallery, Newcastle (2005) [J2]
2005Lawry MJ, Drawing the Line, School of Fine Art Gallery, Newcastle (2005) [J2]
2001Lawry MJ, Relative Values: Common Ground (group exhibition), School of Fine Art, School of Fine Art gallery (2001) [J2]
2001Lawry MJ, Graham AM, "BHP blues 2000" Curated work for Well Connected Exhibition, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (2001) [J2]
2001Lawry MJ, Time was I thought the world was thin and dry. New work by Shirley Diamond, Huddersfield Art Gallery, Britain (2001) [J2]
2000Lawry MJ, "BHP Blue", Miranda Lawry- Curator, School of Fine Art Gallery, Uni of Newcastle (2000) [J2]
1999Lawry MJ, Stones in the Road, Outbreak Exhibition, As above, School of Fine Art gallery (1999) [J2]
1999Lawry MJ, "Digital Decade, An Integration of Art, Science and Technology", As above, Lake Macquarie City Gallery (1999) [J2]
1999Lawry MJ, "Digital Decade, An Ingegration of Art, Science and Technology", As above, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (1999) [J2]
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Grants and Funding

Summary

Number of grants9
Total funding$99,410

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2007 (1 grants)

Tracing site visual arts research project$25,000
Funding Body: Newcastle Regional Museum

Project Team
Mr Brett Alexander, Ms Patricia Adams, Conjoint Associate Professor Allan Chawner, Doctor Miranda Lawry, Associate Professor Pam Sinnott, Mr Kris Smith, Doctor Trevor Weekes
SchemeRole
Project GrantInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$25,00020072007
GNo:G0187997

2005 (2 grants)

Moving the Royal - Framing the Memories$20,000
Funding Body: Hunter New England Area Health Service

Project Team
Doctor Miranda Lawry, Conjoint Professor Anne Graham, Associate Professor David Watt
SchemeRole
University Grant Partner fundingChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$20,00020052005
GNo:G0185423

Moving the Royal - Framing the Memories$10,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Miranda Lawry, Conjoint Professor Anne Graham, Associate Professor David Watt
SchemeRole
Collaborative Research GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$10,00020052005
GNo:G0185422

2004 (2 grants)

The role of the exhibition in the doctoral assessment practice of Fine Art examiners$11,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Professor Allyson Holbrook, Conjoint Professor Anne Graham, Doctor Miranda Lawry
SchemeRole
Project GrantInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$11,00020042004
GNo:G0183366

Visit of Prof Bruce Barber, 4 September to 1 December 2004$5,768
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Miranda Lawry
SchemeRole
Visitor GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$5,76820042004
GNo:G0184313

2002 (1 grants)

PhD Examination in the Creative Arts$10,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Emeritus Professor Sid Bourke, Conjoint Professor Anne Graham, Professor Allyson Holbrook, Doctor Miranda Lawry
SchemeRole
Project GrantInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$10,00020022002
GNo:G0181382

2000 (2 grants)

Vulnerable Bodies - Art, Architecture and the Public body in a Hospital Environment$10,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Conjoint Professor Anne Graham, Doctor Miranda Lawry, Ms M Cintra
SchemeRole
Project GrantInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$10,00020002000
GNo:G0178898

Flexible Learning for a Flexible Society$642
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Miranda Lawry
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$64220002000
GNo:G0180274

1996 (1 grants)

Inscribing the rock - The Great North Road.$7,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Miranda Lawry
SchemeRole
Project GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$7,00019961996
GNo:G0175852
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Research Supervision

Number of current supervisions3
Total current UoN Masters EFTSL1
Total current UoN PhD EFTSL0.6

For supervisions undertaken at an institution other that the University of Newcastle, the institution name is listed below the program name.

Current Supervision

CommencedProposed
Completion
ProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
20142016M Philosophy (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorRites of Passage - People, Image, Spirit and Place
20142015PhD (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorReinventing the Lolita Complex in the Academies and Artists Leagues: Lolita to Avatars
20132016M Philosophy (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorExorcising the Abject: A Cathartic Disquisition

Past Supervision

YearProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
2014M Philosophy (Fine Art)Sole SupervisorIconoclasm and Counter -Iconoclasm as a Critical Frame for Sculpture
2013M Philosophy (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorPreservation: Resonance of the Actual - an Investigation of the Phenomenon of 'on-the-road' Photography
2012PhD (Fine Art)Co-SupervisorCarnivorous Science: Gendered Anatomy in the Post Human Body, an Hysteria of the Machine in Technological Utopia
2011M Philosophy (Fine Art)Co-SupervisorSerendip to Sri Lanka: A Photographic Journey
2011M Fine Art [R]Principal SupervisorThe Art of Entertaining Culture: A Multi-Media Exploration of Cross-Cultural Commonalities, Mirrored Identities and Belongingness
2010M Philosophy (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorTearing Light - Dyslexia and Creativity - An Alternative Mode of Perception
2010M Philosophy (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorReviving Augustine: Examining the Gestural Body as Language in the Iconographie Photographique De La Salpêtrière
2010M Philosophy (Fine Art)Co-SupervisorThe Golden Boot - Photographic Representation of the Woman's Limb Deficient Body
2009PhD (Fine Art)Co-SupervisorMigration, Memory and Landscape: Recontextualising Personal Experience Through Contemporary Abstract Painting
2008M Fine Art [R]Co-SupervisorThe Regal Twelve
2008M Fine Art [R]Principal SupervisorUnmasking Claude Cahun: Self-Portraiture and the Androgynous Image
2008M Fine Art [R]Principal SupervisorBeneath the Skin
2007M Arts (History) [R]Co-SupervisorThe Life and Work of Anne von Bertouch (1915-2003): Reflections on History, Memory and Place
2007M Fine Art [R]Co-SupervisorAnalogue-Digital: Integrating Digital Techniques in Traditional Image Making
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Dr Miranda Lawry

Work Phone(02) 4921 6731
Cell / Mobile Phone0409719026
Fax(02) 4921 6909
Email
PositionSenior Lecturer
School of Creative Arts
Faculty of Education and Arts
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Focus AreaFine Art
Office
GS103,
Gallery,
Callaghan
University Drive
Callaghan NSW 2308
Australia
URL:www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/miranda-lawry
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