ED DOUGLAS
CURRICULUM VITAE


Born: 1943, San Rafael, California


* Indicates Australian activities

EDUCATION

1968-69                       San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, Masters in Fine Art, studied with

                                                Jack Welpott

1966-67                        San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, Bachelor in Fine Art, studied with

                                                Don Worth and John Gutmann,

1964                             San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, California, studied with Blair Stapp, Geraldine

                                                Sharpe, and Joe Humphrey

1963                             College of Marin, Kentfield, California, Associate Arts Certificate, studied with Lou Callait

 

COLLECTIONS

*Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

*Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia

*Australian Centre for Photography, Paddington, New South Wales

*Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, New South Wales

Bibliothèque nationale, Paris, France

Center of the Eye, Aspen, Colorado

Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois

*City of Prospect Art Collection, Prospect, South Australia

George Eastman House, Rochester, New York

Hallmark Gallery, New York

Le Provencal Gallery, Avignon, France

Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

*Naracoorte Art Gallery, Naracoorte, South Australia

*National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

*Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California

Oakland Museum, Oakland, California

Open University, London, England

*Parliament House Collection, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California

*St. Peters Civic Centre Collection, St. Peters, South Australia

*Swinburne Technical College, Melbourne, Victoria

*Toowoomba Art Gallery, Toowoomba, Queensland

University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

*University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018                             *Past Present: Ash & Flame, West Gallery, Thebarton, South Australia

2017                             *Visions, SALA, Worth Gallery, Kent Town, South Australia

2016                             *Selected Prospects images, Sarah Gurich, Curator, Jean Bellette Gallery, Hill End, New

                                                South Wales

2015                             *Connections, Prospect Gallery, Nailsworth, South Australia

2015                             *Connections 2: Images and Objects , Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, South Australia

2015                             *Connections: in retrospect, Bay Discovery Centre, City of Holdfast Bay, South Australia

2012                             *Family Tree: an exploration, Centre for Creative Photography & Light Gallery, Marleston,

                                                South Australia

1998                             *Site 6: Ed Douglas, Parliament House, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

1993-1994                    *The Lure of Unrealised Desire, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth, Western Australia

                                                and the University of South Australia Art Museum, Adelaide, SA

1982-1983                    *Land of Time, The Australian Centre for Photography, Paddington, New South Wales and the                                                  Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria

1982                              *Earth Works, Developed Image Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia

1978                              *Sydney Series, Contemporary Art Society, Parkside, South Australia

1976                              *A Brief Retrospective, Sydney College of the Arts, Balmain, New South Wales

1975                              *California Aesthetic, this exhibition showed at the following venues: the National Gallery of

                                                Victoria, Melbourne and the  Australian Centre for Photography, Paddington, NSW

1974                              *Ed Douglas: Photographs, Hogarth Gallery, Paddington, New South Wales

1972                             Family Photographs, Hartnell College, Salinas, California

1972                             Family Photographs, Diablo Valley Junior College, Concord, California

1970                             Ed Douglas: Photographs, Anima Mundi Gallery, Mill Valley, California

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018                             *Friends of the South Australian School of Art Auction + Exhibition,

South Australian School of Art Gallery, University of South Australia, Adelaide

2018                             *Finalist, The Heysen Prize For Landscape, Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, South Australia

2018                             *Finalist, Fleurieu Biennale Artprize, McLaren Vale, South Australia

2017                             *Synonymous, curated by Amy Sierp-Worth, Fisher Jeffries, Adelaide, South Australia

2017                             *Tree Stories curated by Michal Kluvanek, Section #1 Gallery, Thebarton, South Australia

2017                             *Hill End: Seven Decades, curated by Sarah Gürich, Bathurst Regional Gallery touring show,

                                                Penrith Regional Gallery, Emu Plains, New South Wales

2017                             *Curious Objects, curated by Annabelle Collette, Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa, SA

2017                             *City-Spaces, Sydney 1976, No 14, 17, 21, 29, curator Isobel Parker Philip, Art Gallery of

                                                New South Wales

2016                             *Runner-up: Heysen Prize for Landscape, Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, South Australia

2016                             *Finalist: Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Photography Award, Gold Coast City Gallery,

                                                Surfers Paradise, Queensland

2016                             *Finalist: Fleurieu Landscape Prize, Samstag Art Museum, University of SA, Adelaide, SA

2016                             *Public Image, Private Lives: Family, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

2015                             *Winner: Celebrations, 4th exhibition Friends of the SA School of Art, Bay Discovery Centre,

                                                City of Holdfast Bay, South Australia

2015                             *CACSA Contemporary 2015, 45 artists & 10 Adelaide galleries, SALA 2015, Kerry Packer

                                                Civic Gallery, University of SA, Adelaide, South Australia

2015                             *Looking But Seeing, SALA 2015, Gallery 1855, Tea Tree Gully, South Australia

2015                             *Stones & Bones: New work by Ken Orchard and Ed Douglas, Yarta Purtli Gallery, Port

                                                Augusta, South Australia

2014                             *Finalist: 2014 Heysen Prize for Interpretation of Place, Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, SA

2014                             *Kangaroo!, SALA exhibition, Section #1 Gallery, Thebarton, South Australia

2014                             *Australian Vernacular Photography, Art Gallery of New South Wales

2014                             *Face It: The Photographic Portrait, Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena, California

2013                             *In Memory of Merlin: Ed Douglas & Ken Orchard, State Library of NSW, Sydney

2013                             *Winner: redthreads: destiny, connections, friendship, Lincoln College, North Adelaide, SA,.

2009-2012                   *Prospects: Re-imaging gold country at Ophir & Hill End, Ken Orchard and Ed Douglas.

This exhibition showed at the following venues: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery,

Bathurst, NSW; Mildura Regional Art Gallery, Vic; Riddoch Regional Gallery, Mt

Gambier, SA; River Lands Gallery, Berri, SA; Barossa Regional Gallery, Tanunda,

 SA, Civic Hall Galleries, Port Lincoln, SA; Cultural Centre Gallery, Port Augusta, SA;

Walkway Gallery, Bordertown, SA; Millicent Gallery, SA; Murray Bridge Regional

Gallery, SA; Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa, SA. 

2011                              *I Am A Camera, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide

2010                             *The Heysen Trail Exhibition, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide

2009                            *The 6th Prospect Portrait Prize, Prospect Gallery, Nailsworth, SA

2009                            *Exceptionally Gifted: Recent Donations to the Norton Simon Museum (2002-2008), Norton

                                                Simon Museum, Pasadena, California

2008                             *From the Collection: Ed Douglas & Max Pam, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA

2008                             *Silver Drift: gelatin silver photographs, Section #1 Gallery, Thebarton, South Australia

2006                             *the collectible moment, Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California

2006                             *con.cord 2, South Australian School of Art Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia

2005-2006                   *Fireworks: Tracing the incendiary in Australian art, Curated by Gavin Wilson, this exhibition

                                                showed at the following venues:  Artspace Mackay, Qld; Rockhampton Art Gallery,

                                                Qld; Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville, Qld; Gladstone Regional Art Gallery

                                                and Museum, Qld; Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, NSW; Wagga Wagga Regional Art

                                                Gallery, NSW; Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW; Ballarat Fine Art Gallery,

                                                Victoria; Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria; Queensland University Art

                                                Museum, Brisbane

2004                             *Australian Postwar Documentary, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney

2004-2006                  *Intimate Topographies, curated by Pamela Kouwenhoven, this exhibition showed at the

                                                following venues: Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, S.A; Whyalla Regional Art Gallery,

                                                SA; Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery, SA; Barossa Regional Gallery, Tanunda, SA

2002                             *ARID Arcadia: Art of the Flinders Ranges, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

2000                             *The Visual Dialogue Foundation Revisited 1968-2000, J.J. Brookings Gallery,

  San Francisco, California

1993                             *Carte Blanche, Anima Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia

1993                             *Australia Exposed, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia

1992                             *Being There, Royal South Australian Society of Art, Adelaide, South Australia

1992                             *The 'Gone West' Show, South Australian School of Art, Adelaide, South Australia

1992                             *Memories, Dreams, Reflections, Art Zone Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia

1992                             *Con-Temporary, curated by Alan Cruickshank, Capita Building, Adelaide, South Australia

1989                             *Exhibition Wilpena, Liston Street Gallery, Parkside, South Australia

1988                             *CSR Photography Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1987                             *Constructed Images: Photographs of the New Parliament House, Pod Gallery, Drill Hall

                                                Annexe, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

1986                             *Travelling Light, curated by Paul Hewson, Art Council of South Australia travelling

                                                exhibition, South Australia

1985-1986                    *CSR Photography Project, Queensland Art Gallery and Regional Tour, Queensland

1985-1986                    *New Landscapes: Photographs from Two Continents, this exhibition showed at the following

                                                venues: The Australian Centre for Photography, Paddington, NSW; Tasmanian

                                                School of Art, Hobart; Gallery 210, University of Missouri, St. Louis

1985                             *Common Ground/Personal I: Contemporary South Australian Photographers, curated by

                                                Alan Cruickshank, Adelaide Festival Centre Gallery, Adelaide, SA

1984                             *Recent South Australian Photography, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, Northern Territory

1984                             *The Centre: Works on Paper, curated by Alison Carroll, Art Gallery of SA, Adelaide

1984                             *Time Present/Time Past, Australian Centre for Photography, Paddington, New South Wales

1983                             *13 Photographers, Experimental Art Foundation & Developed Image Gallery, Adelaide, SA

1983                             *C.S.R. Photographic Project, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1982 - 83                     * Australian Jewellery & Photography, this exhibition showed at the following venues:

                                                Schmuckmuseum, Pforzheim, Germany; Goldsmith’s Hall, London; City Art Centre,

                                                Edinburgh; Scotland; Arnolfini, Bristol, England; Antwerp Diamond Museum,

                                                Belgium; National Museum, Athens, Greece; Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon,

                                                Portugal; Galerie Am Graben, Austria; Det Danske, Copenhagen, Denmark

1982                             * Contemporary Colour Photography, Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales

1982                             *Eight Photographers, Royal South Australian Society of the Arts, Adelaide

1981                             *Project 38: Re-constructed Vision, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1981                             *South Australian Paperworks: Maude Vizard-Wholohan Exhibition, Art Gallery of SA

1981                             *Visions After Light, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

1980                             *Eight South Australian Photographers, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, NSW

1978                             *Six Series Show, curated by Jennie Boddington National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1975 & 77                      *Blue Gum Festival Invitational Exhibition, Hobart, Tasmania

1972                             Visual Dialogue Foundation, Friends of Photography Gallery, Carmel, California

1971                             Photographies 1971, XV Grand Prix, ‘Le Provencal’ du Festival d’Avignon, France

1971                             Phelan Awards, Oakland Museum, Oakland, California

1970                            Photomedia, San Diego State College, San Diego, California

1970                            California Photographers, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, California

1970                            13 Bay Area Photographers of the Visual Dialogue Foundation, College of Marin, Kentfield,
                                                California

1969                             Serial/Modular Imagery in Photography, Purdue University Art Gallery, Lafayette, Indiana

1969                             Visual Dialogue Foundation, Lytton Centre for the Visual Arts, Oakland, California

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2018                 `           *Fleurieu Biennale (catalogue), McLaren Vale, South Australia

2018                             *John Williams Photographer And Historian, essay: The Man By The Tree by Rolf Sachsse,

                                                Bonn, Germany, references my photograph City Spaces #28 (John Williams) 1976,

                                                publisher: Lecturis, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

2017                             *South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) 2017 catalogue, pg 17, Adelaide, SA

2016                             *The Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016, exhibition catalogue, Rachel McElwee, Director'

                                                Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, South Australia

2016                             *Close Up: Public Image, Private Lives, John Neylon, The Adelaide Review, Issue 432,

                                                February 2016, p 45, Adelaide, South Australia

2016                             *Roots and Wings; 2016 Fleurieu Art Prize, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, John

                                                Neylon, The Adelaide Review, Issue 437, July 2016, p 28, Adelaide, South Australia

2015                             *Fourth of the Friends Exhibitions - 'Celebrations 2015, FSASA News (Friends of the South

                                                Australian School of Art), Vol 1, Issue 2, Sept/Oct 2015, p 1, Adelaide,  SA

2015                             *CACSA Contemporary 2015 (catalogue), introduction: Jim Moss, Sarita Chadwick, Project

                                                Manager, Alan Cruickshank and Logan Macdonald, Project Curators, p. 31, Adelaide,

                                                South Australia

2015                             *Broadsheet: Contemporary Visual Art + Culture, Vol 44.3, 2015; John Neylon, Condensation:

                                                CACSA Contemporary 2015, pg 34, Adelaide, South Australia

2015                             *Connections: Ed Douglas, self published 8 page catalogue, design Sandra Elms, Adelaide,

                                                South Australia

2014                             *Heysen Prize: For Interpretation of Place, catalogue by Kate Wake, Director, Hahndorf

                                                Academy Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, South Australia,

2013                             *In Memory of Merlin: Ed Douglas & Ken Orchard, State Library of NSW, catalogue essay by

                                                Gavin Wilson, Sydney, New South Wales

2013                             *Interwoven: The Commissioned Art and Craft for Parliament House, M. Pamille Berg,

  p 230-234, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

2012                             *Connected, John Neylon, The Adelaide Review, Issue 391, Sept 2012, p. 42, Adelaide, SA

2011                             *Fossicking, John Neylon, The Adelaide Review, Issue 380, Oct 2011, p. 39, Adelaide, SA

2009                            *Self-portraits with a difference, Louise Nunn, The Advertiser newspaper, Box Office lift-out

  p. 9, Dec 31, 2009 – Jan 6, 2010, Adelaide, South Australia

2009                             *Artnotes, South Australia, Prospects, Art Monthly Australia, #224 October, 2009, p. 58, Acton,

                                                Australian Capital Territory

2009                             *Art Collection captures changing landscape, Anelia Blackie, The Border Watch newspaper,

  Mt Gambier, South Australia

2009                             *Small City Tales of Strangeness and Beauty, book edited by Gillian Britton & Stephen

                                                 Lawrence, p. 144, 156, Adelaide, South Australia

2009                             *Art Almanac, February 2009, Prospects exhibition, p. 97, Saint Leonards, New South Wales

2007                             *Photography: Art Gallery of New South Wales Collection, p. 282, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney

2006                             *the collectible moment: catalogue of photographs in the norton simon museum, book, Gloria

                                                Williams Sander with Therese Mulligan, p. 80, 174, Norton Simon Museum,

                                                Pasadena, California.

2006                             *Australian Art Review, Issue #10, March-June 2006, review of the Intimate Topographies

  show at Pt. Pirie, SA, Mysterious Terrain by Stephanie Radok, p. 92, Sydney, NSW

2005                             *CSR 1855-2005 Celebrating 150 Years, section titled The CSR Photography Project. 1978-

                                                  1985, p. 42-43, published by CSR Ltd., Chatswood, New South Wales

2005                             * Fire and fear in the Australian landscape: Fireworks in Mackay, Queensland by Sally Butler,

  p. 26-29, Art Monthly Magazine, May, #179, Australian National University, Acton,

  Australian Capital Territory

2005                             *Fireworks: Tracing the Incendiary in Australian Art (exhibition catalogue) Gavin Wilson,

  Curator, p. 28, 32-33, 34, 73. Artspace Mackay, Queensland

2004                             *Australian Postwar Photodocumentary by Natasha Bullock (catalogue/book), Art Gallery of

   NSW, Sydney

2004                             Intimate Topographies: Ed Douglas, Ian Hamilton, Pamela Kouwenhoven, Ken Orchard

   (catalogue); Intimate Topographies by Margot Osborne July 2004 (essay), Adelaide,

   South Australia

2003                             *At Home in Australia by Peter Conrad, book p. 60-61, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra,

                                                 Australian Capital Territory

2002                             *Arid Arcadia: Art of the Flinders Ranges by Alisa Bunbury, catalogue/book, p. 134, 136, 139,

                                                 197, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

2001                             *Black & White Magazine for Collectors of Fine Photography, (US) Issue #16, Dec. 2001,

  ‘Visual Dialogue Foundation’ by Darwin Marable, p. 58-65, Ross, California

1998                             *Photofile Magazine #54: Dark Room, Aug. 1998, p. 19-29, ‘An Excursion to the Alban Hill: A

                                                Personal View of the Commissioned Photographs of the Construction of Parliament

                                                  House, Canberra by Mark Bayly, Sydney, New South Wales

1994                             *The Adelaide Review, May 1994, Stephanie Radok review: ‘Mid-Life Dark Room’, Adelaide,                                                             South Australia

1994                             *The Advertiser, , David O’Halloran review: ‘Compelling Outlet for Unrealised

  Desire’, 27/4/94, Adelaide, Adelaide, SA

1994                             Ed Douglas: The Lure of Unrealised Desire, University of SA Art Museum, 7 April–7 May

  1994 (catalogue) with essay The Lure of Unrealised Desire by John Neylon,

  Adelaide, South Australia

1993                             *The Western Australian, David Bromfield review, 19 June, Scraps Take on a Form of                                                     Mystery’, Perth, Western Australia

1988                             *Expressing Australia: Art in Parliament, Parliament House Construction Authority,

   Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

1988                             *CSR Photography Project Collection: A Bicentennial Gift to the Art Gallery of NSW,

                                                introduction by Robert McFarlane, Sydney, New South Wales

1986                             *The Age Saturday Extra: Parliament in Camera, 20 December, p. 1,8,9, Melbourne, Victoria

1986                             *New Views: Landscape Photographs from Two Continents, catalogue by Tom Patton, p. 6,

                                                10, 18, 20, University of Missouri, St. Louis

1985-86                         *CSR Photography Project Selected Works: Queensland Art Gallery and Regional Tour

                                                1985-1986, catalogue

1985                             *New Landscapes: Photographs from Two Continents by David Stephenson, catalogue, p. 8,

                                               28, 29, 39, 40, University of Tasmania, Hobart

1985                             *Common Ground: Personal I by Alan Cruickshank, p. 3, 4, 9, 27, Adelaide, SA

1985                             *European Photography Magazine, Andreas Muller-Pohle & Alan Cruickshank, Australian

                                                Photography Now, Vol. 6, Issue 3, pp. 15 - 42, Gottingen, West Germany

1984                             *Arts, Melbourne Age Newspaper, 17/1/84, McIntyre Review of 1983 art activities in Sydney,

                                                Melbourne, Victoria

1984                             *Studio International, Alison Carroll, The Geographic Tradition: An Aspect of Current Art in

                                                South Australia, March/April, London, England

1984                             *The Centre: Works on Paper by Contemporary Australian Artists by Alison Carroll (show

catalogue),  Art Gallery of SA, p. 14, Adelaide, South Australia

1983                             *The Australian Photography Yearbook 1983, Jean-Marc Le Pechoux, (ed.), Thomas

                                                Nelson Australia, Folio 1: Ed Douglas, p. 52-59, Melbourne, Victoria

1983                             *The Weekend Australian Magazine, (Oct. 30-31), Peter Ward Review, exhibition review,

                                                Sydney, New South Wales

1983                             *Bulletin of the Art Gallery of South Australia, Vol 39, 1981-82, p. 22-36, Adelaide, SA

1983                             *International Edition Photography Annual 1984, Ed Douglas, p. 32 - 37, Ziff-Davis

                                                Publishing, New York, NY

1982                             *Contemporary Photographers, catalogue of international photographers, London, England

1982                             *Photography by Reimund Zunde, Education Department of Victoria, Melbourne, book, Ed

                                                Douglas, p. 138-139, Melbourne, Victoria

1982                             *Sydney Morning Herald, 31 March, Neither Man nor Hunter Can Live by Coal Alone by

                                                Max Dupain, Sydney, New South Wales

1981                             *Australian Art Review, essay:Variety Without Change by Neville Weston, p. 59-61

1979                             *Australian Photographers: The Philip Morris Collection, Philip Morris Australia Ltd., p. 40,

                                                102, Melbourne, Victoria

1978                             *Australian Photography: A Contemporary View, Laurence Le Guay, Globe Publishing, Ed

                                        Douglas, p. 68-70, Sydney, New South Wales

1976                             *Australian Photography, Laurence Le Guay, p. 68-70, Globe Publishing, Sydney, NSW

1975                             *Woman 1975, YWCA of Australia, Wilke & Co., p. 82, Clayton, Melbourne, Victoria

1974                             *New Photography Australia: A Selective Survey, Graham Howe, The Australian Centre for

                                                Photography, p. 52-53, Sydney, New South Wales

1972                             The Visual Dialogue Foundation, (catalogue), Friends of Photography Gallery, Carmel,

                                                California

1970                             Album Magazine, #10, October 1970, Visual Dialogue Members Portfolio, p. 34-45,

  London, England

1970                             California Photographers 1970 by Fred Parker, University of California, p. 6, 41, 82,

                                                Davis, California

 

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

2001                             *Retired from teaching after 24 years with the South Australian School of Art

1995-1996                    *Chairman of Innovative Teaching and Learning Research: Integrated Studio Studies Project,

                                                SA School of Art, we developed and tested teaching strategies to potentially

                                                integrate the teaching of Photography, Printmaking and Digital Imaging

1993                             *South Australian School of Art, Professional Experience Program: produced exhibition:

                                                The Lure of Unrealised Desire

1989                             *South Australian School of Art, 6 month leave to print recent colour work

1987                             *South Australian School of Art, Long Service Leave project: visited and photographed

                                                Aboriginal art sites in northern Australian

1984                             *South Australian School of Art, Professional Experience Leave: photographed

                                                prehistoric sites in France, Scotland, Ireland and the US.

1977                             *Established the course and headed the first BA level photography program to be offered

                                                in South Australia at the oldest art school in Australia - the South Australian

                                                School of Art.

1976                             * Lectured in the Visual Arts, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney, New South Wales,

1976                             *Australian Centre for Photography, photography workshop

1974, 75, 79                  *Tasmanian College of Advanced Education, Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Tasmania:

 Photography Workshops

1969 - 73                      Lectured in the Visual Arts, College of Marin, Kentfield, California

1970 - 71                       Lectured in Photography, University of California Extension, San Francisco, California

1969                             Lectured in Photography, San Francisco State University, California

 

 

OTHER ART RELATED ACTIVITES

2016                             *Board Member, Hahndorf Academy, Hahndorf, South Australia

2015                             * Winner Celebrations 2015, Friends of the SA School of Art Prize Exhibition,

2013                             *Artist Residency with Ken Orchard at Grindell's Hut, Gammon Ranges National Park, SA

2013                             * Winner redthreads: destiny, connections, friendship, Lincoln College, North Adelaide, SA

2007                             *Artist Residency at Hill End, NSW, a collaboration with the artist Ken Orchard, sponsored by

the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, NSW.

1993                             *Vox Populi, SBS Television documentary on my work in progress: The Lure of Unrealised

                                                Desire: Ed Douglas

1992-93                       *Canon, Australia - Artist Sponsorship Program to develop Lazer and Bubblejet images that

                                                were later exhibited as The Lure of Unrealised Desire

1984-1986                    *Parliament House Project, Canberra, artist commission to create images during the building

                                                of the new Parliament, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

1982/1983                    *CSR Project: artist commission to create images at their gypsum mine, Kangaroo Island, SA

1982                             *Travelled in S.E. Australia producing images for the Land of Time series

1982                             *The Photographer as Artist, a series of videotapes on a variety of working photographers:

                                                'Photographers at Work', Open College of Technical and Further Education, Kilkenny,

                                                South Australia

1981 - 82                       *Member of the Artists’ Week Committee for the 1982 Adelaide Festival of Arts, SA

1981                             *Visual Arts Board, Special Projects Grant: exhibition assistance  with 'This Land of Time'

1980                             *Travelled in the Australian central desert, produced colour landscape photographs later

                                                exhibited as the work of my alter ego, Glenson Tealeaf.

1980                             *Curated the Eight South Australian Photographers exhibition for the Australian Centre for

                                                Photography, Paddington, New South Wales

1979-80                        *Kayaked from Gundagai to Hay on the Murrumbidgee River, NSW with my girlfriend LW and

                                                produced a suite of colour photographs for a potential book of fiction related to

                                                Charles Sturt's 19th century travels along and on the Murrumbidgee.

1976                             *Visual Arts Board, Equipment Grant

1972                           Travelled in England, France, and Switzerland adding to a suite of black and white

                                                photographs exhibited with the title: Family Photographs

1971                            Travelled in northern Mexico and added to a suite of black and white photographs exhibited

                                                with the title: Family Photographs

1971                             VX Grand Prix, 'Le Provencal', due Festival d'Avignon, purchase prize: L'object, Arles, France:

1968                           Founding member of the Visual Dialogue Foundation, San Francisco Bay Area.  The founding

                                                members: Michael Bishop, Judy Dater, Oliver Gagliani, Michael Harris, Leland Rice,

                                                Charles Roitz, John Spence Weir, Jack Welpott, Don Worth, Ed Douglas.  Later

                                                members included: Linda Connor, Timo Pajunen, Steven Soltar, Harvey Hemalfarb