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1999-2001 University of Western Sydney, Nepean. Master of Arts (Honours)-Contemporary Arts. Painting research and exegesis.
1976-78 Alexander Mackie C.A.E., Diploma of Art Design, Electromedia, Performance Art, Sculpture and Installations).
1974-5 The National Art School. Art Diploma Qualifying (Sculpture, Painting, Objective Drawing, Photography, Graphic Design, Silk- Screen and Block Printing, Design, Media Studies, Weaving).

Solo Exhibitions:
2016 Lost Bear Gallery, Katoomba: “Groupthink”.
2001 Tin Sheds Art Gallery, University of Sydney: “Fragmented Values: Compulsive Lives”.
1994 Wentworth Falls School of Arts. “Wild & Domesticated”.
1984 Cite Internationale de Paris: two performances:” The Medium is the Massage” and “A European Perspective”.
1981 Street performance Sydney Town Hall, “Come on Aussie, Come On”.
1980 Three Performances at Leichhardt Performance Festival including “The Bomb”.
1980 Performance at ACT 2 Performance Festival Canberra: “Come On Aussie Come On.”
1978 The Students’ Gallery, Leichhardt. “Ideas Objects & Installations”.

Selected Group Exhibitions, competition finalist and set designs:
2017: Selected Bald Archy Travelling Prize.
2014: Shortlisted Finalist,Scope Galleries Art Award.
2013: Finalist, Hawkesbury Art Prize
2012: Finalist, Gallipoli Art Prize.
2010-11 Set Designs for Springwood Theatre Company: “Embers” and “The Wedding Singer”.
2004 Group Show at Alleway Art, Springwood, NSW: “Connections”.
2001 Finalist: Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Open Section.
2000 Set Design for Springwood Theatre Company: “Lockie Leonard: Human Torpedo” and “Living Books”.
1994 Group Exhibition at The Queen of Arts Gallery, Katoomba.
1979 Group Show: “6 × 4” at Students’ Gallery, Leichhardt, Sydney.
1977 Contemporary Art Society Group Show, Paddington Town Hall, Sydney.
1977 Society of Sculptors Annual Art Show at the Sculpture Centre, Sydney.

Publications and Media:
2016 Discover the Blue Mountains Magazine September.
2001 Exegesis for Masters Exhibition at The University of Western Sydney: “Can an illusionary object express the essence of change in values of the artist and society?
2001: University of Sydney News: “Compelling Show at Tin Sheds” by Louise Maral. 3/10/01.
2001: Sydney Morning Herald: Brigid Delaney’s “Spotlight” 26/9/01.
1994: Blue Mountains Gazette: March publicity article for “Wild and Domesticated”.
1984: “Artists and Galleries of Australia” by Max Germain. Boolarong Books.
1979 Start Art Magazine documentation of “The New Art” I performed at the Biennale March.
1978: Mention by Arthur McIntyre: Art In Australia. Spring edition, Vol 16 No 3.
1977: Article in The Sydney Morning Herald: Bill Pidgeon.

Seminars and Lectures:
2000 Seminars at University of Western Sydney Conferences, “Diversity in Contemporary Arts Practice and Theory”.
1999 Seminars at University of Western Sydney Conferences: “Issues in Art Criticism”.

Honors and Awards:
2012 Highly Commended in the New South Wales Department of Education Excellence in Education Awards.
2002 Highly Commended, Daffodil Day Arts Awards (The Victoria Cancer Council).
2000 Painting Section Prize, Blue Mountains Community Arts Council Annual Awards.
1995 Highly Commended, Blue Mountains Community Arts Council Annual Art Prize.
1983 Granted residency at The New South Wales Art Gallery Moya Dyring Studio, Cite Internationale de Paris for 1984.
1982 Australia Council Visual Arts Board Travel Grant
1979 Winner Royal Agricultural Society Sculpture Prize.
1979 Sydney Teacher’s College, Diploma in Education.
1978 Highly Commended, Royal Agricultural Society Sculpture Prize.

Member of the Following Organizations and Committees:
2016-2017 Member of The NSW Art Gallery Insiders group.
2000-2016 Member of The National Association of Visual Artists.
2011-12 Committee Member of the Blue Mountains Municipal Council Cultural Program
1994-2001 Member of The Blue Mountains Community Arts Council, New South Wales.
1979-83 Member Artworkers Union, Sydney.
1977-79 Committee Member The Society of Sculptors, Sydney.
1974-5 Member of the Art Gallery of New South Wales Society.


Greg Cliffe
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