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Dr Rachael Haynes

Creative Industries Faculty,
School of Creative Practice,
Visual Arts

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Name
Dr Rachael Haynes
Position(s)
Lecturer (Visual Arts)
Creative Industries Faculty,
School of Creative Practice,
Visual Arts
Phone
+61 7 3138 3253
Email
Location
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Qualifications

PhD (Queensland University of Technology)

Biography

Rachael Haynes is a Lecturer in Visual Arts in the Creative Industries Faculty at QUT where she teaches in the Studio Practice program. Rachael completed her PhD, an exploration of the ethics of exhibition practice, in 2009, with the support of an Australian Postgraduate Award for research. Her current research investigates feminist ethics, language and voice through curatorial projects, solo creative works and as part of the feminist collective, LEVEL. Her work has been exhibited widely in independent spaces, most recently with solo exhibitions at Blindside (Melbourne, 2015), Seventh Gallery (Melbourne, 2015), Metro Arts (Brisbane, 2015) and FirstDraft (Sydney, 2014). Collaborative projects with LEVEL have been presented in Australia and internationally, most recently at GOMA (Brisbane, 2014), the MCA (Sydney, 2013) and Performance Space (Sydney, 2012). Rachael is the Director of Boxcopy Contemporary Art Space and has also served on the Board of Directors for the Institute of Modern Art (IMA).

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Teaching

Rachael coordinates and teaches in units for Studio Art Practice in the Visual Arts discipline. She received a QUT Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, in 2010. Her research and teaching focus includes:

  • Contemporary international and Australian art
  • Feminist philosophy and pedagogy
  • Feminist art
  • Curating and exhibition practice
  • Artist collectives, collaboration and alternative institutions
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Publications

For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.