Curriculum Vitae – Jude Maisch
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1985-1987 University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania
Associate Diploma of Art, Craft and Design, specializing in Ceramics.
1982-1984 Rosny College, Hobart, Tasmania: TAFE Ceramics Certificate.
1970-1973 University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania: Bachelor of Arts, Diploma of Education.
2012 Pottery teaching at Cosmos Art Space.
1987-2012 Own studio practice. Specializing in ceramics and felting, but with an interest in photography and other arts and crafts.
2010 Voluntary teacher/demonstrator at Sustainable Living’s Home Show.
2009-2011 School holiday programme teacher/facilitator with Clarence Council, St Mary’s College, Lipscombe Childcare, St John’s School and The Fairie Shop.
1999-2012 Member of Off Centre artists cooperative, Salamanca Arts Centre.
1996-2012 Adult Education pottery teacher. Adult Education feltmaking teacher (2010, 2012). All classes designed and organized by myself.
2008-2012Created and implemented “The Cuppatea Project”. This is a 3 part project which I have taken to over 20 centres including Health Centres and Aged Care Centres (Ningana, Lilian Martin, 7 Southern Cross Care Aged Care residences and the Cottage Club, Mornington).
1987-2010 Various private and voluntary pottery classes including schools, Neighbourhood Houses and Women’s Prison.
2005-2008 Occasional pottery teaching at Oakdale Industries.
2004-2005 Clay Play teacher.
2002 Blackmans Bay Foreshore tile project with schools and Kingborough Council. I was the sole artist/facilitator for this project.
1996-2003 Technician and relief teacher, Ceramics Department, The Friends School.
1997-2004 Considerable voluntary and employed involvement at The Cottage School, Bellerive.
1974-1978 Teacher at New Norfolk, Cosgrove and Geilston Bay High Schools.
Tasmanian Potters’ Society Inc. (Southern branch)/Tasmanian Ceramics Association
1996-2012 Committee member
2007-2009, 2011-2012 Workshop Officer
Australian Ceramics Association.
Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers Guild.
Stitching and Beyond.
Contemporary Art Services Tasmania (CAST).
Tasmanian Regional Arts
Exhibitions and Fairs
2012 Rose (Art Society and Tasmanian Ceramics Association)
2012 Speak to Me (Material Girl, Tas. Regional Arts) Moonah Arts Centre
2010 Succulence, Women of Sustenance (Tas Regional Arts touring exhibition).
2009 23 Steps or Take the Lift, Off Centre, Salamanca Arts Centre (curator and exhibitor).
10th Anniversary Exhibition, Off Centre, Salamanca Arts Centre.
Out of Hand, Stitching and Beyond’s Annual Exhibition, Rosny Barn.
2008, 2010 Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers Guild Annual Exhibition. Long Gallery.
2002-11 Tasmanian Potters’ Society (since August 2007 renamed Tasmanian Ceramics Association) Exhibitions, Sidespace Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, (2002-8) Gallery 71 (2009), Schoolhouse Gallery (2010)
2000-8 Exhibitions in Off Centre, Salamanca Arts Centre: “Imagine”, “Nickhedonia”, “Absolutely Fabulous”, “Zoo”, “Now We Are Four”, “A Taste of Pottery”, “Nautical Exhibition”, “Mad Potters’ Tea Party”.
2007 Stitching and Beyond, Moonah Arts Centre.
Local at the Barn, Living Artists’ Week, Rosny Barn.
2004 This Way Up, Tasmanian Potters’ Society, Cosgrove High School.
Neon Blooms, with Lee Kallend. Off Centre, Salamanca Arts Centre.
Looking to the Future, Clarence Council, Schoolhouse Gallery, Rosny.
2001-3 Cosgrove High School Ceramics Exhibition, Glenorchy.
On The Rim and Over the Edge, Off Centre and Potters Society, Salamanca Arts Centre.
2000 Red Hot and Art, Salamanca Arts Centre tenants Exhibition, Long Gallery.Spring, Clarence Council, Rosny Schoolhouse Gallery.
1999 Exploring the Surface, Art Society, Lady Franklin Gallery, Lenah Valley.
1998-2001 Tasmanian Potters’ Society Annual Exhibition, Schoolhouse Gallery, Rosny
1998 New Faces, Art Society, Lady Franklin Gallery, Lenah Valley.
1995-7, 1988-90 Tasmanian Potters’ Society Annual Exhibitions, Strickland Gallery.
1989 Tea Ceremony in Coffee Morning, Hampden Gallery, Battery Point.
Heirloom Exhibition, Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre.
Tasmania Day launch of own brand Terra Fiesta at Design Centre, Launceston
1996-2009 Tasmanian Craft Fair , Deloraine.
2004 Walker’s People’s Choice Award, Tasmanian Potters’ Society Exhibition.
2001 Ceramics Technical Award, Tasmanian Potters’ Society Exhibition.
1989 2nd Prize, Functional section, Tasmanian Potters’ Society Exhibition.
1988 Tasmanian Potters’ Society First Exhibitor’s Award.
2004 Journal of Australian Ceramics, vol 43, p. 56-59 “Society Profile”.
Journal of Australian Ceramics, vol 43, p. 80-83 “Off Centre”.
Ceramics Technical, vol 19, p. 97-98, “The Lucky Tableware Porcelain Division”.
2001-6 Tasmanian representative writer for the Journal of Australian Ceramics.
2002 Blackmans Bay Foreshore Tile Project. Kingborough Council and local schools.