ARI direct references ( indicated by this highlight “ARI”)

ARI related references and further explorations (indicated by this highlight “ARI”).


ARI: “Information  about  NorthCity4.”  annadavern.com.au  blog

http://annadavern.com.au/blog/fore-for-four-or-is-it-five/

NorthCity4  website

http://northcity4.com/

ARI: Seminar  and  workshop  events.”  Pieces  of  Eight  gallery  blog

http://piecesofeightgallery.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/northcity-4-seminar-and-workshop-events.html

(all  accessed  March  23,  2012)

ARI: NorthCity4  website

http://northcity4.com/

ARI: “Access  workshop  information.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/access-workshop/

ARI: Bowman,  Katherine,  “Honouring  Women  in  Moreland  Awards  2012.”  NorthCity4  blog

http://northcity4.com/blog/page/1/

ARI: Davern,  Anna,  “Plumbing; Brunswick  Foodstore.”  NorthCity4  blog

http://northcity4.com/blog/page/2/

ARI: “Class  information.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/classes/

ARI: Project  Space  information.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/project-space/

ARI: “Seminars.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/seminars/

ARI: “Studio  Tenancy  information.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/studio-tenancy/

ARI: Tenancy  applications.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/tenancy-applications/

ARI: “The  Board  of  NC4.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/the-board/

ARI: “Seminar:  Vicki  Mason  Jemposium  NZ  2012.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/vicki-mason-jemposium-critiqued-thursday-29th-march/

(all  accessed  March  30.  2012)

ARI: “Ali  Limb.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/ali-limb/

ARI: “Anna  Davern”.  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/anna-davern/

ARI: “Caz  Guiney.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/caz-guiney/

ARI: “Katherine  Bowman.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/katherine-bowman/

ARI: “Romani  Benjamin.”  NorthCity4.com

http://northcity4.com/434-2/

(all accessed  March  31,  2012)

ARI: Bachelor of Arts(Fine Art) (Honours). “Gold and Silversmithing Department, RMIT.” RMIT

http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=BH052

(accessed June 25, 2012)

ARI: Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours). ” Jewellery and Object Department, Sydney College of the Arts.” SCA

http://sydney.edu.au/sca/future_students/honours/index.shtml

(accessed June 25, 2012)

ARI: “First Draft Gallery.”

http://firstdraftgallery.com/

(accessed June 25, 2012)

ARI: “Gaffa Gallery.”

http://www.gaffa.com.au/

(accessed June 25, 2012)

ARI: Jewellery course. “Jewellery Manufacture.” Enmore Design Centre.

http://www.sit.nsw.edu.au/enmore/dce/?page_id=812

(accessed June 25, 2012)

ARI: “Square Peg Studios.”

http://squarepegstudios.com.au/

(accessed June 25, 2012)


Genre Classification direct references (indicated by this highlight “GC”)

Genre Classification related references and further explorations (indicated by this highlight “GC”)

Part 1:

GC: Austen, Jane. Persuasion: Oxford World Classics. Oxford: Oxford university Press, 1998.

GC: Carmody, Isobelle. The Obernewtyn Chronicles books 1-6. Ringwood: Penguin Books; Camberwell: Penguin Books, 1987-2011.

GC: Evanovich, Janet. The Stephanie Plum series books 1-14. Ringwood: Penguin Books; London: Hodder Headline, 1994-2007.

GC: Fforde, Jasper. The Thursday Next series books 1-6. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 2001-2011.

GC: Hartnett, Sonya. Black Foxes. Ringwood: Viking/ Penguin Books, 1996.

GC: Tolkien, J.R.R. The Lord Of the Rings. London: HarperCollins, 2001.

Part 2a:

GC: Alcott, Louisa May. Little Women: a new method supplementary reader. London: Longmans, 1959.

GC: Delamare, François and Bernard Guineau. Colour Making and using dyes: New Horizons. London, Thames & Hudson, 2002.

GC: Hartnett, Sonya. Black Foxes. Ringwood: Viking/ Penguin Books, 1996.

GC: Language of Flowers. London: Michael Joseph Ltd, 1977.

GC: Riley, Judith Merkle. The Oracle Glass. New York: Viking Books, 1994.

GC: Sedgewick, Marcus. Blood Red Snow White: a novel of the Russian Revolution. London: Orion, 2007.

GC: Taylor, Ingrid, translator. The Treasury in the Munich Residence. Munich: Bayerische Verwaltung der staatlichen Schlösser, 1998.

GC: Youtube. “Fan Language.” Horrible Histories.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pY3npLFwCYs

(accessed June 21, 2012)

Part 2b:

GC: Callery, Sean. Codes and Ciphers: Collins Gem. Glasgow: HarperCollins Publishing, 2006.

GC: Clifford, Helen. “The Power and Allure of Gold.” World of Antiques and Art 82 (2012): 42-45.

 GC: History of Geometry is the driving force for this jewellery show. “In Geometry I Trust-Melissa Cameron.” Studio 2017. March 3, 2012. 

GC: History of the wedding dress and its construction. “Unveiled: 200 years of WeddingFashion from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.” Te Papa Museum of New Zealand. February 13, 2012.

GC: Research of whispering walls. “Whisper Pitch-Robyn Backen.’ Carriageworks. May 5, 2012. 

Part 3a:

GC: Art Gallery of New South Wales. ” Come of Things.” Del Kathryn Barton.

http://wwwartgallery.nsw.gov.au/work/74.2010.a-b/

(accessed June 21, 2012)

GC: Bolton, Andrew. Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Distributed by Yale University Press, 2011.

GC: Froud, Brian. The World of the Dark Crystal. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2003.

GC: Grimm, The Brothers with Errol Le Cain, ill. The Twelve Dancing Princesses. London: Faber and Faber, 1978.

GC: Kuijer, Guus. The Book of Everything. Translated by John Niewenhuizen. Crows Nest,N.S.W: Allen & Unwin, 2006.

GC: Museum of Contemporary Art. ” EXoEoAXIS, 2005.” Nick Mangan.

http://www.mca.com.au/collection/work/200612a-e/

(accessed June 21, 2012)

GC: The Dark Crystal Collector’s Edition. DVD. Written and directed by Jim Henson. 1982; Culver City, CA: Sony PIctures, 2003.

GC: Tunnicliffe, Wayne, curator and ed. Wilderness: Balnaves Contemporary Painting. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2010. 


Part 3b:

GC: Bettelheim, Bruno. The Uses of Enchantment: The meanings and Importance of Fairytales. London; Ringwood, VIC: Penguin Books, 1978.

GC: Creed, Babara. ” The Monstrous Feminine: stereotyping against the grain.” Broadsheet 41.1 (March 2012), 30-31.

GC: Friedmann, Jessica. “Del Kathryn Barton is an Artist.” Dumbo Feather 30 (First quarter 2012): 104-127.

GC: Installation using light, water and perception.”Our Frozen Moment-Michaela Gleave.” Carriageworks. May 5, 2012.

GC: Jewellery based on text by Edgar Allan Poe. “Night’s Plutonian Shore-Julia deVille.” Photospace New Zealand. February 11, 2012.

GC: Rozin, Paul; Jonathan Haidt and Clark R.McCauley.”Disgust.” In Handbook of Emotions 3rd. edition, edited by M. Lewis; J.M. Haviland-Jones and L.F. Barrett, 757-776. New York: Guildford Press, 2008.

Part 4a:

GC: Alt, Matt and Hiroko Yoda. Hello, Please: Very Helpful Super Kawaii Characters from Japan. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2007.

GC: Coerr, Eleanor. Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes. New York: Putnam Group, 2002.

GC: Iwamiya, Takeji and Kazuya Takaoka. Katachi: Classic Japanese Design. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1999.

GC: Rosalie Gascoigne. “Monaro, 1989.” Roslyn Oxley 9 Gallery.

http://www.roslynoxley9.com.au/artists/15/Rosalie_Gascoigne/770/42239/

(accessed June 21, 2012)

GC: Wikipedia. “Japanese Aesthetic.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_aesthetics

(accessed June 21, 2012)

GC: Wikipedia. “Kubota Itchiku.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itchiku_Kubota

(accessed June 21, 2012)

GC: 2011 Itami International Contemporary Jewellery Competition. “Mari Oogi, One Day Fly, 2011.” Museum of Arts and Crafts Itami, Japan.

http://www.mac-itami.com/file/2011craft.html

(accessed June 21, 2012)

Part 4b:

GC: Definitive monograph. Morris, Frances. Yayoi Kusama. New York: D.A.P./Distrbuted Art Publishers, 2012.

GC: Gellatly, Kelly. Rosalie Gascoigne.  Melbourne: National Gallery Of Victoria, c2008.

GC: Ikegami, Eiko. Bonds of Civility:aesthetic networks and the political origins of Japanese culture. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, c2005.

GC: Nicholson, Geoff. “Mariko Mori: The Art Seduction.” Art Review 3 (September 2006), 114-121.

GC: Tsukada, Kyoko. ” Beauty in Frugality: Harmonious paths to the fullest use.” Kateigho International Edition: Japan’s Arts and Culture vol.28 (Autumn/ Winter 2011), 34-37.

GC: Youtube. “Kimono as Art Parts 1-3.” Itchiku Kubota.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKUlnKReKFA&feature=relmfu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uyXJ9Tedvo&feature=relmfu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trt5LQMez7U&feature=relm

(all accessed June 25, 2012)

Part 5 and Conclusion

GC: Doherty, Paul and Pat Murphy. Traces of Time: the beauty of change in nature. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2000.

GC: Swedish Folksong. Who’s Going to Heat up the Sauna. From 4-The soundtrack.Pekka Kuusisto (violin/ vocals). FFC, NSWFTO, Vast productions/ Australian Broadcasting Coporation. 2007, compact disc.


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