David Lancashire (Art Forum)

Lancashire, D 2007 , David Lancashire (Art Forum). [Video]

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After studying fine arts in the United Kingdom, David settled in Australia. Here, he worked for large advertising agencies and design studios before starting his own practice.

David's work has appeared in numerous Australian and European graphic design publications. He is a multiple award recipient, including from the prestigious Goethe Institute. David is one of only five Australian designers admitted to Alliance Graphique Internationale.

In 1999 he was admitted to the Victorian Government Design Hall of Fame.

David has directed projects for Australian National Council of the Arts in Kakadu National Park. Included were the Bowali Visitor Centre and the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Most recently David directed design of the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Centre at Melbourne Museum.

David draws inspiration for his works on paper from the artifacts and ancient rituals of indigenous Australians.

In this lecture he discusses his work.

Item Type: Video
Authors/Creators:Lancashire, D
Publisher: University of Tasmania
Collections: University of Tasmania > Tasmanian College of The Arts > Art Forum Lecture Series
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