Our 2012 fellows and scholars are researching a range of subjects including composer Percy Grainger, political resistance in Timor Leste, and photographer Peter Wille.
- Angela Cavalieri – series of large scale lino-cut prints, Canzone: music as storytelling.
- Robert Clinch – egg tempera painting, The rejected manuscript.
- (Elizabeth) Jo Gilbert – biography, Along the road with Jack O’Hagan.
- Toby Horrocks – biography, Through the lens of Peter Wille.
- Christine Johnson – limited edition of fine art prints, Indigene: Australian wildflowers.
- Nicholas Jones – series of book sculptures, A conspiracy of cartographers.
- Kirsty Madden – oral history and image archive, Aluta Kontinua: political images and oral history of free elections and resistance in Timor Leste and support for the East Timorese struggle in Melbourne.
- (Virginia) Ruth Pullin – book manuscript, Lost Treasure: a redefinition of the State Library of Victoria’s collection of Eugene von Guerard’s drawings.
- Anne Marsden – scholarly article, The 1839 Melbourne Mechanics Institution: a study of power shifts in the Port Phillip community.
- Lynette Russell – book manuscript, Ethnography and Victorian culture.
- Gerard Vaughan – research into private art collecting and the transfer of private collections to public ownership.
- Susan Scollay – continuing research following the exhibition Love and devotion: from Persia and beyond.
Learn more about our current Creative Fellows.
Berry Family fellow
Stefan Schutt will use online technologies and a signwriting company's archive to explore changes in Melbourne's west since the 1940s and produce an online social history archive, Sign of the times.
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Redmond Barry fellow
David Pear will research the early years and musical influences on the Australian composer Percy Grainger.
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Georges Mora Foundation fellow
Linda Tegg will use photography and video to create a work exploring the interplay between the real and the performed through personal experience of travel and learning a language.
Learn more about our current Georges Mora Foundation fellow.