Contemporary Art in the Classroom Bibliography

An, Kyung, and Cerasi, Jessica. Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art? London: Thames & Hudson, 2017.

Barrett, Jennifer, and Millner, Jacqueline. Australian Artists in the Contemporary Museum. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, 2014.

Ed. Esner, Rachel, Kisters, Sandra and Lehmann, Ann-Sophie. Hiding Making – Showing Creation: The Studio from Turner to Tacita Dean. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2013.

Green, Charles, and Gardner, Anthony. Biennials, triennials, and Documenta: the exhibitions that created contemporary art. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.

Jones, Caroline. “Biennial Culture: A longer history.” In The Biennial Reader, edited by Elena Filipovic, Marieke van Hal and Solveig Ovstebo. 66 – 87. Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2010.

Laing, Olivia. Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency. London: Picador, 2020.

Saltz, Jerry. How to be an Artist. New York: Riverhead Books, 2020.

Thornton, Sarah. 33 artists in 3 acts. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2015.

Thornton, Sarah. Seven Days in the Art World. London: Granata Publishing, 2008.

Ward, Ossian. Ways of Looking: How to experience contemporary art. London: Laurence King Publishing, 2014.

ACE Open. “Supporting South Australian artists and contemporary art through ACE Open’s studio program.” PDF, accessed 10 May, 2021.

Elton, Jude. ‘Institute Building.’ SA History Hub, History Trust of South Australia. Accessed 30 June, 2021.

Fairley, Gina. “Are our arts magazines in a state of crisis?ArtsHub, 2 March, 2016.

Fairley, Gina. “ArtsHub speaks with $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize winner, Kate Bohunnis.” ArtsHub, 21 May, 2021.

Fairley, Gina. “Exhibition Review: Ramsay Art Prize, Art Gallery of SA.” ArtsHub, 27 May, 2021.

Foster, Farrin. “Sally Scales: 'COVID-19 has shown the good, the bad and the ugly’.The Adelaide Review, 7 September, 2020.

Gruber, Fiona. “Art Prizes: What Australian artists really think about entering competitions.” ABC National, 5 September, 2017.

McDonald, John. “Artist Kate Bohunnis is one to watch – not least because she does the hard work herself.Sydney Morning Herald, 28 May, 2021.

Simpson, Andrew. “How public art is adapting to our changing world.” ArtsHub, 31 August, 2017.

White, Sara. “Parallel Collisions: 2012 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.” Art Monthly Australia, i250 (June, 2012), 83-86.

Zavros, Michael. “Art Prizes in Australia.” National Association of the Visual Arts, 31 July, 2017.

ACE Open. Accessed 10 May, 2021.

Art Gallery of South Australia. “Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.” Accessed 14 April, 2021.

Artist-Run Alliance. “Australia”. Accessed 5 May, 2021.

Artlink. Accessed 26 June, 2021.

APY Art Centre Collective. Accessed 26 June, 2021.

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. “What is Public Art?” Accessed 18 May, 2021.

Biennial Foundation. “Directory of Biennials.” Accessed 14 April, 2021.

Contemporary Arts Organisations Australia. Accessed 27 June, 2021.

Ernabella Arts.Accessed 26 June, 2021.

Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair. “What is an Art Centre?” Accessed 27 June, 2021.

Iwantja Arts. Accessed 26 June, 2021.

National Association of the Visual Arts. “List of ARIs in Australia.”Accessed 5 May, 2021.

Peter Drew.Accessed 30 June, 2021. Rock Art Foundation.Accessed 5 May, 2021.

Tjala Arts. Accessed 26 June, 2021.

Tolarno Galleries. “Nicholas Folland.” Accessed 30 June, 2021.

University of Adelaide. “A Life of Public Benefit.” Published by Stories from Archives & Special Collections, accessed 30 June, 2021.

Commonwealth of Australia. Indigenous Art - Securing the Future of Australia’s Indigenous visual arts and craft sector. Canberra: Parliament of Australia. Published 20 June, 2007.

National Association for the Visual Arts. S2M: The economics of Australia’s small-to-medium visual arts sector, Sydney: National Association for the Visual Arts. Published 2017.

University Art Museums Australia. Survey Report 2017-2019, Adelaide: University Art Museums Australia. Published September, 2020.

DasPlatforms. “Nicholas Folland // Parallel Collisions: Art Gallery of South Australia.” 15 March, 2012. Video, 5:58.

Guildhouse. “Daniel Slater and Lisa Slade: In Conversation.reVision Spring Speaker Series, 24 September, 2020. Recorded online event, 1:01:13.

Guildhouse. “Kent Wilson: Collective Objective.” reVision Spring Speaker Series, 23 September, 2020. Recorded online event, 56:11.

Guildhouse. “Remodelling Our Future: In Conversation.” reVision Winter Speaker Series, 2 June, 2021. Recorded online event, 57:13.

“Ramsay Art Prize 2021: Winner Announcement.” Filmed at the Art Gallery of South Australia, 21 May, 2021. Facebook livestream, 22:44.

Devenport, Rhana. “Rhana Devenport introduces the Ramsay Art Prize 2021.” 25 May, 2021. In Tuesday Talks, produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia. Podcast, MP3 audio, 18:53.

Perry, Grayson. “Grayson Perry: Playing to the Gallery: 2013.” Four episodes: 28 March, 4, 11 and 18 April, 2020. In The Reith Lectures, produced by BBC 4 Radio. Podcast, MP3 audio.