An itinerary of places, near and far, creates for the artist traveller an interconnection between

time, place and culture

Dr. Rees' research focuses on Visual Autobiography as an artistic outcome and as a research methodology.  The dominant medium of his art practice is drawing.

Recently he has been exploring the notion of place, travel, personal consumption and global transformation.

Qualifications

PhD: James Cook University,

North Queensland, Australia.

M.Art Education: Nova Scotia College Art & Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

B.Fine Arts: University of Calgary,

Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Dip. Teaching (Art),

Brisbane College of Advanced. Ed.

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Board Member

2016 >   Member, Advisory Board of Visual Culture, Common Ground Publishing

2015 >   Member, Advisory Board of The Image, Common Ground Publishing

2015 >    Creative Arts Advisory Board, ACICIS: Creative Arts, Indonesia.

2013-15 Raffles University Group Council: Sydney, Australia

Resumé

ADULT & TERTIARY EDUCATION

2016     Associate Professor

Art & Design, UNSW

2014     Associate Dean, International,

Art & Design, UNSW

2014     Deputy Dean / Head of School,

(Acting), College of Fine Arts, UNSW

2002    Associate Dean, International,

College of Fine Arts, UNSW

2002    Course Coordinator,

Professional Experience Program,

College of Fine Arts, UNSW

2001-11 Program Director, M.Design,

 Sydney & Singapore, UNSW

1998-01 Senior Lecturer,

Undergraduate Coordinator,

School of Design Studies, UNSW

 

1998     Undergraduate Coordinator,

 School of Design Studies, UNSW

1997     Senior Lecturer,

Course Coordinator,

 B. Applied Arts, COFA, UNSW

1995-96 Senior Lecturer,

Course Coordinator,

B.Applied Arts, School of Applied

& Performing Arts, St. George.

1993     Subject Coordinator - Art Method

(Grad. Dip of Ed)

Creative & Pract. Arts 1 & 4 (B. Ed),

Foundation Stud 1 (B. Applied Arts)

1990-92 Programme Coordinator

Vis Arts, School of Arts & Music

Education, UNSW

1990      Lecturer - Visual Arts,

School of Arts & Music Ed,

St. George Campus, UNSW.

1988-89 Lecturer-Visual Arts,

Sydney C.A.E., St. George Inst. Ed.,

Oatley, Sydney.

1979-83  Art Teacher, part-time (drawing),

Cairns Artists United, Cairns, Qld.

1976-77  Art Teacher, part-time

(painting, drawing),

TAFE, Biloela, Queensland.

SECONDARY EDUCATION

1982-87 Subject-Master (Art),

Trinity Bay H.S, Cairns, Qld.

1981        Acting Subject-Master (Art),

Trinity Bay H.S.

1979-80 Art Teacher, Trinity Bay H.S.

1976-77  Art Teacher, Biloela H.S.

Biloela, Queensland.

Dr. Vaughan Dai Rees is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Art & Design at UNSW, Sydney, Australia.

He is a practicing artist as well as an art and design educator.

Biography | Resumé

Artwork

Exhibitions

Publications

Dr. Vaughan Dai Rees is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Art & Design at UNSW, Sydney, Australia.  He is a practicing artist as well as an art and design educator.

An itinerary of places,

near and far,

creates for the

artist traveller

an interconnection between

time, place

and culture.

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Vaughan has exhibited in Australia, Canada, China, Singapore and the USA.

He co-authored the successful book series Artifacts published by McGraw-Hill and was awarded an Australian Book Publishers' Award for the first book in the series.

 

From 2013 - 2017 he co-curated, co-edited and wrote chapters in eleven books on pedagogy and the visual arts for Common Ground Publishers.

Dr. Rees' research focuses on Visual Autobiography as an artistic outcome and as a research methodology.  The dominant medium of his art practice is drawing.  Recently he has been exploring the notion of place, travel, personal consumption and global transformation.

PhD: James Cook University, North Queensland, Australia.

M.Art Education: Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

B.Fine Arts: University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Dip. Teaching (Art), Brisbane College of Advanced Education, Queensland, Australia.

Qualifications

Board Member

For many years Dr. Rees has championed professional internships for young designers and was given a national award (Carrick Institute) for his "...outstanding contributions to student learning..."

2016 >   Member, Advisory Board of Visual Culture, Common Ground Publishing

2015 >    Member, Advisory Board of The Image, Common Ground Publishing

2015 >    Creative Arts Advisory Board, ACICIS : Creative Arts, Indonesia.

2013-15 Raffles University Group Council: Sydney, Australia

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Vaughan has exhibited in Australia, Canada, China, Singapore and the USA.  He co-authored the successful book series Artifacts published by McGraw-Hill and was awarded an Australian Book Publishers' Award for the first book in the series.

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Resumé

ADULT AND TERTIARY EDUCATION

2016         Associate Professor

Art & Design, UNSW.

2014          Associate Dean, International,

Art & Design, UNSW.

2014         (Acting) Deputy Dean and Head of School

Faculty of the College of Fine Arts, UNSW.

2002        Associate Dean, International,

College of Fine Arts, UNSW.

2002        Course Coordinator, Professional Experience Program

College of Fine Arts, UNSW.

2001-11    Program Director, Master of Design

Sydney and Singapore, UNSW.

1998-01   Senior Lecturer, Undergraduate Coordinator

School of Design Studies, College of Fine Arts, UNSW.

1998         Undergraduate Coordinator

School of Design Studies, UNSW.

1997          Senior Lecturer, Course Coordinator

B. Applied Arts, School of Design Studies, College of Fine Arts, UNSW.

1995-6     Senior Lecturer, Course Coordinator

B.Applied Arts, School of Applied & Performing Arts, St. George Campus.

1993         Subject Coordinator - Art Method (Grad. Dip of Ed)

Creative&Practical Arts 1&4 (B. Ed), Foundation Studies 1 (B. Applied Arts)

1990-92  Programme Coordinator

Visual Arts, School of Arts and Music Education, UNSW.

1990        Lecturer, Visual Arts, School of Arts and Music Education

St. George Campus, University of New South Wales.

1988-89  Lecturer, Visual Arts, Department of Expressive & Performing Arts

Sydney C.A.E. St. George Institute of Education, Oatley, Sydney.

1979-83  Art Teacher, part-time (drawing, design)

Cairns Artists United, Cairns, Queensland.

1976-77    Art Teacher, part-time (painting, drawing)

TAFE, Biloela, Queensland.

 

SECONDARY EDUCATION

1982-87   Subject-Master (Art), Trinity Bay State High School, Cairns, Queensland.

1981          Acting Subject-Master (Art), Trinity Bay State High School.

1979-80  Art Teacher, Trinity Bay State High School

1976-77   Art Teacher, Biloela State High School, Biloela, Queensland.

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