George Taylor-Tomic's CV

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George Taylor-Tomic's CV

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Taylor-Tomic, George

Publication date

2008

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CV

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Birth Date/Place:
1953 Perth Western Australia.

Major Art Influences:
Neil Hollis, Brian MacKay and Howard Taylor.

Exhibitions (group):
1986: Printmakers '86 (printmaking), Beach Gallery, Perth Cultural Centre.

1987: Ink Excess (printmaking), Technology Park, Bentley, Western Australia.

1991: York Art Festival (printmaking) York Town Hall, York, Western Australia.

1996: Through The Lens: Four Curtin Photographers (photography); Justine O'Brian, Trigg Craig, David Hyde, George Taylor-Tomic, The Photography Gallery of western Australia, Artshouse 51-53 James Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

1996: City of Perth Photographic Awards (photography) - Kodak Open Award category - Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA), Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

1997: 6th Annual 8 x 10 Show (photography), The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Artshouse 51-53 James Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

1998: City of Perth Photographic Awards - Joint Winner of the City Image Award category - Central Park Lobby, St. George's Terrace, Perth, Western Australia.

1998: Artrage Poster Design Exhibition, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Western Australia.

1999: Prints WA 99 (printmaking), The Print media Awards of the Printmakers Association of W. A., Moores Building Gallery, Fremantle, Western Australia.

1999: Cossack Art Awards (Painting, Modern/Abstract category), Shire of Roebourne, Western Australia.

2000: Town of Vincent Art Award (Painting, Oil category), Town of Vincent Administration and Civic Centre, Leederville, Western Australia.

2000: City of Perth Photographic Awards (photography) - Open Award category
- Central Park Lobby, St. George's Terrace, Perth, Western Australia.

2000: City of Gosnels and Rotary Art Awards (Painting, Oil category), Metro Plaza, Maddington, Western Australia.

2000: Xmas 2000 (photography), The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Artshouse 51-53 James Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

2001: The 2001 Josephine Ulrick National Photography Prize for Portraiture
(photography) - Tweed River Regional Art Gallery (Home of the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize), Murwillumbah, NSW.

2002: The 2002 Josephine Ulrick National Photography Prize for Portraiture
(photography) - Tweed River Regional Art Gallery (Home of the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize), Murwillumbah, NSW.

2002: The 27th Annual Shell Fremantle Print Award (printmaking), Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Western Australia.

2002: Artrage Festival 2002 Poster Image Competition (photography) - The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Arts House, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

2002: City of Perth Cultural Awards (Photography Awards): City of Perth Council House, Perth, Western Australia.

2003: Metamorphosis (photography): The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Arts House, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

2003: The 2003 Josephine Ulrick National Photography Prize for Portraiture
(photography) - Tweed River Regional Art Gallery (Home of the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize), Murwillumbah, NSW.

2003: Iris Award. The inaugural photography prize for portraiture. The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Arts House, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

2004: Inside the Square, The Art of the Polaroid (photography). The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Arts House, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

2004: Iris Award (photography). The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Arts House, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia.

2005: Iris Award (photography). Perth Centre for Photography (previously known as The Photography Gallery of Western Australia). Gallery, 91 Brisbane Street, Perth.

2007: PHOSPHORUS 15 (photography). A 15 year celebration of the Photography Gallery of Western Australia (now known as the Perth Centre for Photography). Gallery, 91 Brisbane Street, Perth.

Collections:

1. City of Perth Collection (Western Australia).
2. Fremantle Arts Center Press (Western Australia).
3. International private collections.

Education:
Master of Arts, Curtin University (Western Australia).

Published Books:
Taylor-Tomic G 2000, A History of Western Australian Photography: Four members of the Dingoes Like Us group. Published by Black Swan Press. ISBN 0-646-37456-7. Publishing grant made possible by the School of Design/Division of Humanities, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia.
The DLU publication is available at all state libraries in Australia including the Australian National library, most Western Australian Secondary schools and TAFE Colleges responsible for teaching photography, art and design, Western Australian Universities and the research library at the Royal Western Australian Historical Society.