Colin G Reaney


Artist, Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts of NIE, 2004

MFA, University of Tasmania (Hobart), Preliminary year to MFA, University of Tasmania (Hobart), Dip Creative Arts, University of Southern Queensland (Toowoomba)

Before taking up his present position at National Institute of Education (Singapore), he was the Head of sculpture at the University of Technology (1989-1997) and worked in the Creative and Visual Arts degree programmes at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. As well, he developed and presented a series of workshop/lectures for Australia Flying Art Inc. over a two-year period in the southern regional areas of Queensland. He has taught in the US, and exhibited work within Australia, Europe and the Asia Pacific region, with artist-in-residencies in France, England and the US. He was part of a team that undertook a Caut Grant (Committee for the Advancement of University Teaching) looking to "provide intellectual access and participative experience in the Visual Arts at a Bachelor Degree level for interactive, self-paced learning in three dimensional studies".

Source: NIE