CURRENT NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA CV 2006

Click here to download this file Mark Thompson Eraring, New South Wales Born Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, 1949 Training 1969 – 1972 Randwick Technical College, Sydney, NSW; 1973 Diploma of Fine Art (Painting), South Australian School of Art, Adelaide, SA; 1976 Diploma in Design (Ceramics) South Australian School of Art, Adelaide, SA; Current related professional work Mark Thompson is currently an exhibition designer and event consultant Selected Solo Exhibitions Contemporary Art Society, Adelaide, SA, 1971; 1972; Norwood Galleries, Adelaide, SA, 1974; Bonython Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1975; Ceramics and Porcelain Dolls, Jam Factory Gallery, Adelaide, SA, 1976; Collectors Gallery, Perth, WA, 1976; Mark Thompson: Ceramic objects, Festival Centre Gallery, Adelaide, SA, 1977; Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1978; Mark Thompson, Bonython Art Gallery, Adelaide, SA, 1980; Mark Thompson: Ceramic sculpture, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1980; The Pavilion of Death, Dreams and Desire, The Rotunda, Elder Park, Adelaide, SA, 1982; Mark Thompson: Private Faces, Public Places, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1983; Forces of Resilience, Jam Factory Gallery, Adelaide, SA, 1984; Mark Thompson: Sculpture, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1998; Selected group exhibitions Outlook ’71, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 1971; Young Artist Award, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 1974; 30 Craftsmen from South Australia, Ararat Gallery, Ararat, Vic, 1976; Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, Aldgate Crafts, Adelaide, SA, 1976; Mayfair Ceramic Award Exhibition, Toorak Gallery, Melbourne, Vic, 1976; Inaugural Exhibition, Crafts Council Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1977; Mayfair Ceramic Award Exhibition, Sydney, NSW, 1978; Collection Pieces, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic, 1978; Caltex Sculpture Award, Adelaide Festival of Arts, Royal Adelaide Society of Arts, Adelaide, SA, 1978; Blackfriars Gallery, Sydney, NSW, 1978; Macquarie Galleries, Sydney, NSW, 1978; Australian Crafts Touring Exhibition, 1978; Victorian Ministry for the Arts Purchasing Exhibition, Meat Market Craft Centre, Melbourne, Vic, 1978; The Masters Choice, Royal South Australian Society of Arts, Adelaide, SA, 1978; Lots of Pots, The Macquarie Galleries, Sydney, NSW, 1978; Still Life Still Lives, Art Gallery Directors’ Council travelling exhibition, 1979; The Kangaroo in Art, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic, 1979; The Art of Craft, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 1979; Miniature Objects Crafts Council of South Australia Survey Exhibition, Adelaide, SA, 1980; Australian Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 1982; Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at Launceston, Hobart, Tas, 1982; Greenhill Galleries, Perth, WA, 1982; Recent South Australian Sculpture, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 1982; Off the hoardings and into the Gallery: a survey of recent Australian political posters, Tasmanian School of Art Gallery, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tas, 1983; Art & Working Life: a work-n-progress exhibition celebrating the SA United Trades and Labour Council’s centenary, City Cross, Adelaide, SA, 1984; Forces of Resilience, Jam Factory, Adelaide, SA, 1984; Skangaroovian Funk, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 1986; Maker’s Choice III, Crafts Council of South Australia touring exhibition, 1990; Public collections (Australia) Gallery name, city, state Art Gallery and Museum of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA; Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, WA; Arts Victoria Festival Collection, Melbourne, Vic; Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, Vic; Corporation of City of Adelaide Collection, Adelaide, SA; Edith Cowan University, Perth, WA; Melbourne University Collection, Melbourne, Vic; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic; New England University, Armidale, NSW; Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, NSW; Queen Victoria Museum and Gallery, Launceston, Tas; Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Qld; Royal South Australian Society of Arts, Adelaide, SA; University of New South Wales Collection, Sydney, NSW; Western Australian Institute of Technology, Perth, WA; Wollongong City Gallery, Wollongong, NSW;