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PAMELA GRIFFITH, B Art Ed, FRSN
Born: 1943 Sydney Australia
National Art School, East Sydney Technical College, 1961-1964; Art IV Prize, Sydney Teachers College 1965; Teachers Certificate, 1966; Bachelor of Art Education, Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education , 1983. Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales (FRSN), 2017.
Taught in Secondary schools, Technical Colleges, Colleges of Advanced Education, numerous community art schools; Master Printer; Artist; Designer; Advisory editor of Australian Artist Magazine; Author ; Public Speaker.
Extensive travel studies from 1971. Experience in Europe, England, Israel, USA and Asia. Invitation to Maritime Museum Paris, 1987; Guest at the Art Centre Ubud, Indonesia, 1993; Thailand 1995; Turkey 1995; Official tour to Hong Kong, 1995 - Exhibition funded by International Cultural Relations Branch of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Project in Borneo on environment. 1996. Project on Galapagos islands and Ecuador, 2005.
Exhibited at Barry Stern Gallery, Sydney, for many years with numerous one woman shows. Up to 3 exhibitions held each year at Stern and / or other galleries in Sydney, regional NSW and interstate. Invited to exhibit in many group shows. Over the past 40 years exhibited at Art Equity, Sydney; Galeria Aniela, Kangaroo Valley; Forest Gallery, South Durras; Boyd Fine Art Gallery, Narellan; Lake Russell Gallery, Coffs Harbour; Hang Ups, Brisbane, Solander Gallery, Canberra, Beaver Gallery, Canberra; Kensington Gallery, Adelaide; Berrima Galleries, Berrima, Cooks Hill Gallery, Newcastle; PG Printmaker Gallery, Fitzroy; Editions Gallery, South Melbourne; Something Special Gallery, Bexley; Q Gallery, Birkenhead; Bundaberg Regional Gallery, Bundaberg; Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Art Centre, Gymea; Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral; Art Arena Gallery, Wollongong; Art Co-ordinates, Subiaco; Art Incorporate, Sydney; Artist's Deli, Bowral; Blackfriars Gallery, Glebe; Breewood Gallery, Katoomba; Sassafras Gallery, Kurrajong; Bridge Street Gallery, Sydney; Bungendore Woodworks Gallery, Bungendore; Gallery 460, Gosford; Design Gallery, Terrigal.
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