Phillip McKay - Artist - Making life beautiful
Curriculum Vitae
 
Academic Qualifications
 
1999:        Bachelor of Fine Arts,   School of Art, Hobart, 1999    
2003:        Young Offenders: “Including the Arts” –
                Arts England and The Youth  Justic Board, Tate Modern 
2002:        Artists in Schools, Bow Arts Trust, London
1996        Working with Young People
 
Professional History
 
2005       Artist     Chance on Main  (Diversionary Program)
2004       Community Artist Glenorchy City Council/Scobies Mural
2001-03 Art Therapy Youth Offending Team, UK 
2003       Teacher  Cambridge University., UK
2000-01 Art Teacher Goldhay Arts Group, Cambridgeshire, UK
1996-98  ArtTeacher  Risdon Prison, Hobart, Tas
1992- 93 Artist     Artwork Decorations, Sydney
1995        Community Artist  ‘Painting A Brighter Picture’,Cygnet
1994        Artist     Half-Twist Design,  Hobart
1991-92        Artist     Designed Events,  Sydney
 
Awards, Grants and Commissions
 
2011        Urban Smart Program
2004        MONA The Scholarship 
2004        Richmond Fellowship Grant Anglicare Youth Shelter, Hobart
2003        Arts England Grant   St. Theresas
2003        The Park Night Club Design UK
2002        Arts England Grant  Axiom Housing - The Foyer
2001        European Funding Scheme   Urban Graffiti Project, UK
1998        Commonwealth Bank  Art Prize
1997        St. Ives Hotel  Club Surreal, Night Club Design
1994        Panorama Vineyards, Mural.
1991        Sydney City Council, ‘Teen Rage Mural’
1991        Mossman Art Prize, Sydney (Finalist)
1983        ANZ Bank Art Prize
 
Individual Exhibitions
 2005       ‘Silent and Sorry’ Long Gallery
1999        ‘Future Memories’ Sidespace Gallery
1998        ‘Stripes and Squares’ Entrepot
1997        ‘Immaculate Conceptions’ The Wilderness Gallery
 
 Group Exhibition
1999            ‘Flicker’ Entrepot
1997-1999    CAST
1997            ‘Eight by Eight’  Dunce Gallery
1996            ‘Kissing the Blue Tongue’   Long Gallery
 
 Curatorial
 2001   ‘The Millenium Show’ Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, UK
 
Collections
Office of the Governor, Government House, Hobart
 MONA Berridale, Tasmania
 
Private Collections:
 London, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Norway, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart
 
Bibliography
 Tim Martain:     The Scholarship,   The Mercury, May 2004
Jeorg Andersch: Future Memories,  The Mercury, July 1999
Margaretta Pos: Streetwise Artist,   The Mercury, July 1999
Jeorg Andersch: Flicker,   The Mercury,  Nov. 1999
Jeorg Andersch: Stripes and Squares,  The Mercury, 1998
Jeorg Andersch: Dexterity and Daring,  The Mercury, 1997
 
 
 
 
 
 
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