Dianne Mangan

C.V.

Education

  • 2008 Lithographic Workshop – Australian Printmakers Workshop
  • 1997 Internship – National Gallery of Victoria part of MAA (6 weeks)
  • 1996 – 97 Master’s Degree Art Administration – MAA
    College of Fine Art, University of NSW
  • 1994 Module: Management & Organisation
    Systems, Services & Survival
    Regional Arts Training Program, CoFA
    UNSW (credited as unit for MAA)
  • 1985 Graduate Diploma Fine Art – Ceramics
    Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
  • 1975 –77 Diploma of Art & Design (High Distinction) – Ceramics Major
    Caulfield Institute of Technology

Memberships

  • Craft (Victoria) – professional membership 1016-2019
  • Australian Ceramics Association membership 1918-19
  • Committee Regional Galleries appointed member VFLAA @ NGV 2007-2009 (3 year tenure)
  • Member PGAV Board 2011-2014
  • Board Member – Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues 2005-2008
  • Board Member Cultural Tourism Industry Group, 2005-2008
  • Vice President of the Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV), 2000 – 2004
  • Marketing Sub-committee member PGAV, 2001-2004
  • Regional Arts Fund Assessment Panel Member, Federally devolved fund managed by Regional Arts Victoria, 2002-04
  • Museums Australia (Victoria) Member + VACSIG member via WAG, 1998-2018
  • PGAV member via WAG, 1998-2016
  • NAVA member via WAG to 2016
  • Victorian Ceramics Association 1975 – 86
  • Craft Victoria Member 1970s-80s

Selected Group Exhibitions 

~ Painting

  • 2016 Arts Space Wodonga, with Kate Gorman: ‘Sites: earth + water’
  • 2012 Silver Service – staff exhibition – Wangaratta Art Gallery Silver Jubilee Exhibition
  • 2011 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne with Kate Gorman + Amanda McColl
  • 2009 Susan Moorhead Award exhibition – Albury Art Gallery
  • 2009 ‘Outskirts II’, Benalla Art Gallery
  • 2008 ‘Outskirts’ – Benalla Art Gallery
  • 2007 ‘Convergence’ – Benalla

~ Ceramics

  • 2019 Manningham Victorian Ceramics Art Award exhibition, Manningham Art Gallery
  • 2016 Representaion ‘off centre gallery + studio’ Milawa
  • 1996 Contemporary Works: ‘Artworkers’ Gallery
  • 1994 The Dinner Party: Zinc House Gallery
  • 1993 Artworkers’ Gallery
  • 1992 Gina Losch + Di Mangan: Nth East Victoria
  • 1986 Hargreaves Street Gallery, Castlemaine
  • 1985 Devise Gallery – South Melbourne
  • 1985 Regional Review: Westpac Gallery Melbourne
  • 1985 The Big Pot Show: Distlefink Gallery
  • 1985 The Delicate Touch, Narek Galleries, ACT
  • 1984 Devise Gallery: South Melbourne
  • 1984 Australian Craftworks Sydney: with Jaishree Sarisvasan.
  • 1984 Potters Cottage Prize exhibition: Eltham
  • 1983 December Diversions: Devise Gallery – South Melbourne
  • 1983 Women Potters and Printmakers, Golden Age Galleries, Ballarat
  • 1982 Diamond Valley International Art Award
  • 1981 Porcelain: Three Interpretations – Walker Ceramics Gallery
  • 1979 Gallery 180: South Melbourne with Jan Mair
  • 1978 Peninsula Painters and Potters – Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery
  • 1978 Four Young Potters: Mornington Print Gallery
  • 1977 Walker Ceramics Award: Caulfield Arts Centre
  • Gryphon Gallery: Melbourne Teachers College
  • 1976 AMP Gallery, Melbourne
  • 1976 Georges Gallery, Melbourne

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019 Elemental: Painting and Ceramics WPAC Gallery – managed by WAG
  • 2010 The Muse Gallery of Milawa – North East Victoria (painting)
  • 1984 Australian Craftworks Gallery – Sydney (ceramics)
  • 1983 The Potters Gallery: Darlinghurst, Sydney
  • 1978 Mornington Art Gallery – Dianne Mangan Ceramics (commercial gallery)

Collections

  • The New Parliament House Collection ACT
  • Powerhouse Museum Collection, MAAS – Sydney
  • Queen Victoria Museum Collection, Launceston TAS
  • Canberra School of Art Collection, ACT
  • R L Cope Ceramics Collection, Sydney
  • Ken Hood Ceramics Collection – now dispersed
  • Monash University Collection – student works retained 1975-77
  • Private collections in Australia, UK, Japan, USA, Sweden, etc.

Awards

  • Finalist – Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award 2019
  • Craft Victoria Grant, 1994
  • Crafts Board of the Australia Council Grant, 1983

Bibliography

  • Feature item, Elemental exhibition – Wangaratta Chronicle, March 2019
  • Feature page in Wangaratta Art Gallery, January to June 2019 Gallery Program
  • Multiple media articles as public art gallery director role
  • Catalogue, Albury Regional Art Gallery
  • Craft Victoria, 1981, Oct. 1981. P3.
  • Pottery in Australia, 1983, Vol. 22. No. 2. Nov/Dec 1983
    John Wade, Curator of Ceramics – Power House Museum, Sydney
  • Sunday Telegraph, Sydney, 1983. May 15, 1983, p124.
    Nadine Amadio
  • Craft Victoria magazine, 1984. Oct 4. P11.
  • Pottery in Australia. 1085. Vol. 24. No. 4. Dec. 1985
    Peter Haynes, Curator, Canberra School of Art Collection.
  • Canberra Times, Peter Haynes, 1984