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Researcher Bio

Researcher:Professor NH Frankham
School/Unit:Faculty of Arts (60%)
Tasmanian College of the Arts (40%)
Commenced with Institution:3/2/2001
Commenced Current Job:13/8/2012

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Research Fields
Fine Arts (incl. Sculpture and Painting)
Visual Arts and Crafts
Crafts
Research Impact
The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
Arts and Leisure
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing

Research Funding

CommencedResearch TeamInitial YearDuration (Years)Funding Body/ClientTitle of ProjectTotal Cash $Total In-Kind $
University of TasmaniaProfessor NH Frankham20071Australia Council for the Arts: Grant-Presentation and PromotionPort Arthur Project40,000
University of TasmaniaProfessor N Frankham20051Hobart City Council and Australia Council: Residency and Exhibition Installation; Claudio Alcorso Foundation; 10 Days on the Island; Henry Jones Art HotelFirst Step - Michele Gigante Artist in Residency11,90010,000
University of TasmaniaProfessor NH Frankham; AssocProf L Blakebrough20051University of Tasmania: Grant-Institutional Research SchemeSlip-Trailing Large-Scale Porcelain Forms: A Radical Experimental Model Utilising the Principle of Foucault's Pendulum11,000
University of TasmaniaMr J Smith; Ms Anne Watson; Ms GJ King; Professor NH Frankham20043Australian Research Council: Grant-Discovery ProjectsIsland Perspective: A Critical Examination into Tasmania's Internationally Recognised Regional Identity through the Contribution of its Contemporary Studio Furniture, 1970-2003204,000
University of TasmaniaProfessor N Frankham20031Hobart City Council, Claudio Alcorso Foundation, Italian Cultural Institute: Residency and Exhibition Installation; Cladio Alcorso Foundation; Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens; Despard Gallery; 10 Days on the IslandEdetic Bush - Andrea Morucchio Artist in Residency15,0005,000
University of TasmaniaProfessor NH Frankham; Mr KW Perkins20031University of Tasmania: Grant-Institutional Research SchemeHunter Island: A Visual Investigation and Interpretation of the Precinct's Heritage Material Culture17,000
University of South AustraliaProfessor N H Frankham; AssocProf V Lee20001Arts South Australia: ConsultancyReview of South Australia's Public Art and Design Policy and Programs25,00015,000
Object: Australian Centre for Craft and DesignProfessor N Frankham19983Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs: Consultancy; City West Development Corporation; Jewllers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia (NSW Branch)Object Studios - Jewellery and Metal Studio complex at Pyrmont500,000
Object: Australian Centre for Craft and DesignMr N Frankham19983Visions Australia, Regional Galleries Association of NSW and Cutural Olympiad Festival: Touring ExhibitionMapping Identity 49,50010,000
Object: Australian Centre for Craft and DesignMr N H Frankham; Ms G McCracken19961Honeysuckle Redevelopment Authority: ConsultancyCultural Practice with Honeysuckle Redevelopment12,000
Object: Australian Centre for Craft and DesignMr N H Frankham; Ms M Gilchrist19961New South Wales Ministry for the Arts: ConsultancyReview of the Biennale of Sydney15,0005,000
Object: Australian Centre for Craft and DesignMr N H Frankham; Ms A Lawson19951City West Redevelopment Authority: ConsultancyViability of Arts within City West Redevelopment6,000
Australia Councilís Visual Arts/Craft BoardMr N H Frankham19941Austrade and Australia Council: ConsultancyArt and Craft Export Strategy Review20,000
Australia Councilís Visual Arts/Craft BoardMr N H Frankham19941City of Sydney: ConsultancyVenues of Value: a study of Sydney's arts facilities25,000

Graduate Research Supervision (Current)

CommencedDegreeSupervisionTitle
1/8/2013MastersCo-SupervisorHobart's Domain- An Inalienable Landscape

Graduate Research Supervision (Graduands)

NameDegreeCompletedSupervisionCommencedCeasedTitle
Philippa Laird DicksonPhD9/7/2007Supervisor1/12/20068/7/2007Stasis and Dynamism- Bench Seating Inspired by Liminal Space
Paula Adriana Goncalves SilvaPhD1/8/2013Co-Supervisor22/2/20082/12/2009The Collaborative Curator; a Methodological Enquiry into Negotiated Mediation and Audience Participation
Paula Adriana Goncalves SilvaPhD1/8/2013Co-Supervisor26/5/201010/8/2011The Collaborative Curator; a Methodological Enquiry into Negotiated Mediation and Audience Participation
Paula Adriana Goncalves SilvaPhD1/8/2013Primary Supervisor11/8/201131/7/2013The Collaborative Curator; a Methodological Enquiry into Negotiated Mediation and Audience Participation
Paula Adriana Goncalves SilvaPhD1/8/2013Co-Supervisor3/12/200925/5/2010The Collaborative Curator; a Methodological Enquiry into Negotiated Mediation and Audience Participation
Christina Janette HenriMasters23/10/2007Co-Supervisor1/3/200422/10/2007Redeeming Memories- An Visual Investigation into the Lives of Convict Women
Chalit KongsuwanPhD22/6/2012Co-Supervisor16/12/200921/6/2012Dualism- An Investigation of Thai and Tasmanian Environmental and Cultural Heritage through Contemporary Furniture
Chalit KongsuwanPhD22/6/2012Co-Supervisor28/2/200815/12/2009Dualism- An Investigation of Thai and Tasmanian Environmental and Cultural Heritage through Contemporary Furniture
James NewittPhD18/2/2008Co-Supervisor21/3/200419/2/2008Relational Perspectives- A Visual Investigation into Social and Cultural Relationships with Place
Destanne Dee NorrisMasters30/4/2009Co-Supervisor1/1/200720/11/2008Painted Pools- A Lens into Subjectivity
Martin Brian WalchPhD8/4/2009Co-Supervisor1/12/20087/4/2009Beyond Linearity- Contemporary Drawing and the Naturalistic Representation of Experience

Career Best Publications

Book
Frankham, NH, Venues of Value a study of Sydney's arts facilities, Sydney City Council, Sydney, pp. 64. ISBN 1-875871-02-0 (1995) [Authored Research Book] [Detail]

Research Publications

Journal Article
Frankham, NH, “Henry Jones Art Hotel”, Artlink, 24 (4) pp. 96. ISSN 0727-1239 (2004) [Non Refereed Article] [Detail]
**Frankham, NH, “Issues and Directions in Australian Art and Design Schools”, Craft Arts International, 52 (3) pp. 128. ISSN 1038-846X (2001) [Non Refereed Article] [Detail]
Book
Frankham, NH, Revelation: installation art and its capacity to interpret and elaborate places of historical significance, ACUADS Publishing, online, pp. online. ISBN 978-0-9758360-3-3 (2007) [Edited Book] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, Venues of Value a study of Sydney's arts facilities, Sydney City Council, Sydney, pp. 64. ISBN 1-875871-02-0 (1995) [Authored Research Book] [Detail]
Chapter in Book
Frankham, NH and Knehans, DA, “The visual and performing arts as a postdoctoral workplace”, Beyond Doctorates Downunder: Maximising the Impact of Your Australian or New Zealand Doctorate, ACER, Denholm C., and Evans T (ed), Melbourne, pp. in press. ISBN In Press (2009) [Other Book Chapter] [Detail]
Conference Publication
Frankham, NH, “The Booths of Oak Lodge”, ACUADS 2010 Annual Conference, 1-3 September 2010, Launceston, Tasmania (2011) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, “Port Arthur Project: Re-interpreting Port Arthur Historic Site through contemporary visual art”, Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools 2007 Conference: Innovation, Leadership, Impact, 26 - 28 September 2007, College of Fine Arts, UNSW Sydney, pp. 6 - 7. ISBN 978-0-9758360-2-6 (2007) [Refereed Conference Paper] [Full Text] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, “Attitudes and Trends in Australian Art and Design Schools”, Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools 2006 Conference: Thinking the Future: Art, Design and Creativity, 27-29 Sept 2006, Melbourne, Victoria EJ ISBN 9780975836019 (2006) [Refereed Conference Paper] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, “IXL Art”, Hatched 04 Symposium, 22 May 2004, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, pp. 1. (2004) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, “Hunter Island: a visual investigation and interpretation of the precinct's heritage material culture”, Survey: Current art and design research and practice within Australian tertiary art and design schools, 1 - 4 October 2003, Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania EJ (2003) [Refereed Conference Paper] [Detail]
Frankham, NH and Watt, YM, “Survey: Current art and design research and practice within Australian tertiary art and design schools”, Australia Council of University Art and Design Schools, 1 - 4 October 2003, Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania EJ (2003) [Conference Edited] [Detail]
Major Creative Work
Frankham, NH and Lehman, KF and Lester, EA, Domain: a contested landscape, Exhibition, Ten Days on the Island, Plimsoll Gallery, Domain House, Quens Domain Hobart, 1, pp. 1 (2013) [Curated Exhibition] [Full Text] [Detail]
Frankham, NH and Bywaters, MC, River Effects: Waterways of Tasmania, Academy and Plimsoll Galleries, University of Tasmania; Ten Days On The Island, Launceston & Hobart, 1, pp. works by 13 Tasmanian artists (2011) [Curated Exhibition] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, Trust, Ten Days on the Island, Richmond, New Town, Evandale, Devonport Queenstown (2009) [Curated Exhibition] [Full Text] [Detail]
Frankham, NH and Clark, J*, Port Arthur Project: Re-interpreting Port Arthur Historic Site through contemporary visual art, Ten Days on the Island & University of Tasmania, Port Arthur Historic Site, pp. 84 (2007) [Curated Exhibition] [Full Text] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, Claiming Ground; twenty-five years of Tasmania's Art for Public Buildings Scheme, Quintus, Hobart, pp. 112 (2005) [Published Creative Work] [Full Text] [Detail]
Other Creative Work
Frankham, NH and Walch, MB, IXL Art, Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, pp. 35 (2003) [Catalogue] [Detail]
Frankham, NH, Mapping Identity, Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design, Sydney, pp. 4 (1998) [Catalogue] [Detail]

* Not a member of this University.

** Not affiliated with this University.