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Mechanical Engineering 3rd year students with Dr Colin Burvill, analysing Mark Galea's sculpture "2,2,2" for assignment, Sem 2, 2014.
Philip Thiel and Hagan Mathews present in Far famed city of Melbourne.
Subject: EDUC9O405 English Learning Area, Melbourne Graduate School of Education for secondary English teaching candidates.
VCA Interactive Composition students performing at IPMoA, October 2012
Paul D. Carter, Vogel Literary Award Recipient, with University High School and University of Melbourne Students in a creative writing workshop, September 2012
COURSE ENGAGEMENTS 2014 HIGHLIGHTS
MCEN30014: Mechanical Design, 2014 Assignment# 2,
Sketching and Estimation
Coordinator Dr Colin Burvill.
Complete a THIRD ANGLE Orthographic engineering drawing
of the sculpture '2,2,2' by Mark Galea.
Students use the A4 “engineering drawing template” provided to
complete orthographic sketches to explicitly graphically describe the object.
INTERN PROJECTS 2013
Rachel Rawling, Intern in Master of Publishing and Communications. Project executive summary: 'Enhancing visitor engagement: constructing an app at the Potter'.
COURSE ENGAGEMENTS 2013
HISTORY OF EMOTIONS (PhD seminar) at the Potter, October 2013: blog post
URBAN LEGENDS, JULY INTENSIVE 2013, Lecturer Prof. Kate Darian Smith
CWRI10001: CREATIVE WRITING : IDEAS AND PRACTICE. Semester 1 2013, Lecturer Dr Grant Caldwell
EDUC9O405 ENGLISH LEARNING AREA, Melbourne Graduate School of Education for secondary English teaching candidates. Semester 1 2013, Lecturers Dr Larissa McLean Davis & Helen Kent
ABPL20038: EXPLORATIONS (LANDSCAPE STUDIO 1): Semester 1 2013, Lecturer Dr Andrew Saniga
COURSE ENGAGEMENTS 2012
VICTORIAN COLLEGE OF THE ARTS, INTERACTIVE COMPOSITION STUDENTS, SEMINAR OCT 2012, Lecturer Assoc. Prof. Mark Pollard
UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE AND UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP SEPT 2012, Guest speaker Paul D. Carter
MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO, SEMESTER 1 2012, Lecturer Dr Boon Lay Ong
Just opened! Activate,animate, complicate, grow: what new acquisitions can do to and for the collection showcases 22 artworks recently acquired by the University of Melbourne in dialogue with existing works from the collection. Presented as individual ‘case studies’, the relationships between works demonstrate the ways that new additions breathe life into permanent collections.
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