Roy Ananda

Head of Drawing and Lecturer, Sculpture

Roy Ananda is a South Australian artist, writer and lecturer. He was included in the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art and has exhibited widely across Australia. Roy's practice exlpores the intersection of popular culture, contemporary fandom and visual art. More…

Daryl Austin

Daryl Austin

Lecturer, Painting

Daryl Austin is an artist and lecturer, who has taught painting at Adelaide Central School of Art since 2001. His work hovers between realism and abstraction, exploring states of visual flux. Daryl was our Head of Painting from 2006 - 2014, contributing significantly to the development of our painting curriculum. More...

 

Melanie Brown

Melanie Brown

Lecturer, Painting and Drawing

Melanie Brown received her Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) in 2008 from Adelaide Central School of Art. She was awarded several scholarships including the Alumni Award during her studies and has subsequently featured in a range of exhibitions and prizes. More...

Dr Daniel Connell

Lecturer, Painting and Drawing

Dr Daniel Connell studied part-time at Adelaide Central School of Art from 1997 to 2009 and has taught short courses in portraiture with us since 2014. His post-graduate research and studio practice investigates portraiture as a socially engaged practice. More...

Jack Cross

Jack Cross

Lecturer, Art History & Theory

Jack Cross grew up in the lower Flinders Ranges amid the influences of the German Lutheran community. He holds qualifications from Adelaide Teachers College, the University of Adelaide, the University of Melbourne and Stanford University in California, and has worked as a teacher, free-range poultry farmer and associate professor. More...

Johnnie Dady

Johnnie Dady

Lecturer, Drawing and Sculpture

Johnnie Dady is an artist and lecturer who trained in both the UK and Australia. His practice is interdiciplinary, combining sculpture, drawing, set design and architecture. He has lectured with us for several decades and has helped shape our rigourous approach to studio-based teaching. More...

Andrew Dearman

Dr. Andrew Dearman

Lecturer, Art History & Theory

Dr. Andrew Dearman joined us at Adelaide Central School of Art in 2012. His practice-led PhD dealt with the notion that contemporary art practice is a posed form of subjectivity - one which is determined less by the individual, and more by a plethora of social institutions and practices. More...

James Dodd

James Dodd

Lecturer, Drawing and Contemporary Studio Practice

James Dodd has exhibited widely across Australia in artist run, publicly funded and commercial spaces.  His work traverses the boundaries between visual street culture, alternative use of urban space and existing gallery conventions. More...

Nerina Dunt

Dr Nerina Dunt

Lecturer, Art History & Theory

Dr Nerina Dunt is a researcher, writer, and teacher of Art History and Theory. She is a recent PhD graduate of the University of Adelaide, completing an Art History thesis entitled ‘Investigating the Aesthetic Character of Australian Urban Indigenous Art: A Socio-Political Fusion’. More...

Nicholas Folland

Head of Contemporary Studies and Sculpture 

Nicholas Folland is an installation artist who currently lives and works in Adelaide. His practice reconfigures everyday objects and environments to produce uncanny, poetic and unsettling affects. Nicholas is recognised nationally as an artist and has been featured in major exhibitions, collections and publications.  More...

Zoe Freney

Zoe Freney

Head of Art History & Theory

Zoe Freney is a writer, artist and educator based in the Adelaide Hills. She has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally and has presented research papers at numerous academic conferences. Zoe has been the recipient of a number of awards, residencies and scholarships for both her academic research and her studio practice. More...

 

Geoff Gibbons

Geoff Gibbons

Lecturer, Art History & Theory

Geoff Gibbons is an artist, writer and academic. He has degrees from the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, and the University of South Australia. Geoff is a key member of South Australia’s active printmaking community and a co-founder of Bittondi Printmakers Association Inc, a not-for-profit organisation supporting contemporary printmakers. More...

Sasha Grbich

Sasha Grbich

BVA and BVA (Hons) Coordinator and Lecturer, Sculpture

Sasha Grbich is a practicing artist and educator who coordinates our Bachelor of Visual Art and Bachelor of Visual Art (Hons) programs. She recently spent time living and studying in Portugal having received the 2018 Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Art Scholarship. More...

Sue Kneebone

Dr. Sue Kneebone

Lecturer, Contemporary Studio Practice, and Art History & Theory

Sue Kneebone’s interdisciplinary practice includes the transformative process of mixed media and montage to draw the viewer in to consider insidious subtexts such as disturbed ecologies and dispossession from colonial incursions.  More...

Michael Kutschbach

Michael Kutschbach

Michael Kutschbach is a South Australian based artist and educator whose work encompasses drawing, sculpture, installation, painting and video. His practice is material and process-based, resulting in aesthetic/haptic outcomes that play at the borders of abstraction. More...

Monte Masi

BVA Level One Coordinator, and Lecturer, Contemporary Studio Practice

Monte Masi is an artist and writer. Through a range of performances and screen-based works, he explores both the politics of (as well as the means for) mutual support between artists, audiences and wider publics: the “carrying on of carrying on”. More...

Jessica Mara

Jess Mara

Lecturer, Painting and Drawing

Jess Mara received her Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) in 2006 from Adelaide Central School of Art. In 2007 she was the recipient of the Hill Smith Gallery/Malaysia Airlines Travel Award and has been actively exhibiting since. More...

John Neylon

John Neylon

Lecturer, Art History & Theory

John Neylon is an Adelaide-based independent author, curator and formerly Head of Education, Art Gallery of South Australia (1988 – 2005). More...

Christopher Orchard

Lecturer, Drawing

Christopher Orchard is internationally recognised as one of the leading exponents of the drawn image. His works are immediately recognisable; distinguished not just by the signature avatar he has negotiated with for the last twenty years but also for the quality of their draftspersonship. More...

Andrew Purvis

Final Year Supervisor and Curator - Exhibitions

Andrew Purvis has a Bachelor of Arts (Art, Honours) (2010) and a Masters of Arts (Art) (2012) from Curtin University, Perth. He has previously worked as the Project Officer for Visual Arts, Craft and Writing at the Department of Culture and the Arts in Western Australia. More...

Mary-Jean Richardson

Head of Painting

Mary-Jean Richardson is a South Australian based artist whose practice is specifically motivated by the interplay of traditions and transgression via painting’s mobility, mutability and capacity for reinvention. More...

Julia Robinson, photo by Jacquie Manning

Julia Robinson

Lecturer, Sculpture and Contemporary Studio Practice

Julia Robinson is a South Australian visual artist working in the fields of sculpture and installation. Her work reflects an interest in rituals and calendric customs that pertain to fertility and the cycle of the seasons and by extension, cycles of growth and decay. More...

Luke Thurgate

Luke Thurgate

Lecturer, Drawing

Luke Thurgate is currently completing a Master of Fine Art at the National Art School in Sydney. He has participated in numerous exhibitions, residencies and public programs throughout Australia. In 2019 he was a finalist in the Dobell Drawing Prize and has recently been the inaugural artist in residence at Burra Regional Art Gallery. More...

Dr Ash Tower

Dr Ash Tower

Lecturer, Art History & Theory

Ash Tower is an artist and cultural studies scholar working at the intersection of art, science, and technology. He completed his Bachelor of Visual Art [Honours] at the Adelaide Central School of Art in 2014, More...

Lucy Turnbull

Lecturer, Drawing

Lucy Turnbull is a painter and arts educator based in Adelaide. She has recently returned from New York after spending several years completing a Master of Fine Arts at the New York Studio School. Lucy has exhibited across Australia and internationally. More...

 

Sera Waters

Dr. Sera Waters 

Dr. Sera Waters is an Adelaide based artist, arts writer and academic. She has been a lecturer at Adelaide Central School of Art since 2009. Waters is a graduate (with honours) from the South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia (1997-2000), More...