Devenport, R. & Rees, V. (1991)

Art-i-facts Book 1

McGraw-Hill Publishers,

Sydney, Australia.

Rees, V. (1998)

Art-i-facts Book 2

McGraw-Hill Publishers, Sydney, Australia.

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Building Minds, Forging Bridges:

Teaching in a Visually Littered World.

Common Ground Publishing, USA. 2013

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter One:

Introduction: Contextualising the Visual World,

Learning from the Visual Image.

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Seven:

Visual Autobiography: A Methodology for Generating Visual Outcomes from a Student’s Lived Experience.

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter Nine:

Reflecting on Learning from Visual in a Visually Cluttered World.

PUBLICATIONS

Researching the Visual:

Demystifying  “The Picture That’s Worth a Thousand Words”

Common Ground Publishing, USA 2014

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter One:

Introduction- perspectives on research the Visual.

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Ten:

Visual Autobiography and Visual Diaries.

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter Thirteen:

Reflecting on Research into the Picture That’s Worth a Thousand Words.

Moving from Novice to Expert on the Road to Expertise; Developing Expertise in the Visual Domain.

Common Ground Publishing, USA. 2015 (In press)

 

Rourke, A & Rees, V.

Chapter One:

Developing expertise in the visual domain.

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Twelve:

Entering the Profession – Reflections on the bridge between the academic institution and the profession

 

Rourke, A & Rees, V.

Chapter Thirteen:

Reflecting on the bumpy road to expertise:

Demystifying the creative process.

CONTEMPORARY SKETCH:

Subtle Subversion of Traditional Practice

Dong-hua University Press, Shanghai, CHINA 2015

 

Rees, V.

Subtle Subversion of Traditional Practice

p.8 - p.35

· Abstract

· Introduction

· Diaries, Books and Journals

· Visual Autobiography and Data Collecting Tools

· Case Study

· Conclusion

Convergence in Performance and Creative Arts

University of Saints Malaysia Press.

Penang, Malaysia. (2013)

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Seventeen:

Practice as Research – Visual Autobiography as a Research Tool.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Rourke, A. & Rees, V. (2015).

Models for Researching the visual and Their Implications to Higher Education Teaching and Learning.

The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education.

Vol.22, Issue 3, pp1-12.

 

Rees, V. (1997).

Celestial Forms.

Craft Arts International, Vol.41, p46-48.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Rees, V. (2011).

Nervous Neophytes – The Professional Design Internship. http:connected2010.eproceedings.com.au/papers/p199.pdf

 

Rees, V. (2015).

Subtle Subversion of Tradition Practice,

Dong-Hua University Press, Shanghai, China. (in press)

PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINES

Rees, V. (2006).

The Visual Music of Tran Dun, Object Magazine, Issue 51, p67.

Rees, V. (2006).

10 Years of Sydney Design. Object Magazine, Issue 51, p68.

Rees, V. (2004).

4 + 1 Exhibition. Object Magazine, Issue, 44, p45.

Rees, V. (2003).

The Sweet Unravelling of Acer Chor Object Magazine, Issue 43, p60.

Rees, V. (1997)

Celestial Forms Craft Arts International, Vol.41, pp46-48, Cover Story.

Rees, V. (1998).

Michael Michaels – Carbon Forms Pottery In Australia, Vol.37. No.1, Autumn,  pp15-17.

Rees, V. (1986).

Cover Story Queensland Potters’ Associate. Brisbane, Qld. May 1986, Vol.19, No 5.

Books

Devenport R. & Rees V. (1991)

Art-i-facts Book 1

McGraw-Hill Publishers, Sydney, Australia.

Rees, V. (1998)

Art-i-facts Book 2

McGraw-Hill Publishers

Sydney, Australia

Building Minds, Forging Bridges:

Teaching in a Visually Littered World

Common Ground Publishing, USA. 2013

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter One:

Introduction: Contextualising the Visual World, Learning from the Visual Image.

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Seven:

Visual Autobiography: A Methodology for Generating Visual Outcomes from a Student’s Lived Experience.

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter Nine:

Reflecting on Learning from Visual in a Visually Cluttered World.

Researching the Visual:

Demystifying  “The Picture That’s Worth a Thousand Words”

Common Ground Publishing, USA 2014

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter One:

Introduction- Perspectives on Researching the Visual.

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Ten:

Visual Autobiography and Visual Diaries.

 

Rourke, A. & Rees, V.

Chapter Thirteen:

Reflecting on Research into the Picture That’s Worth a Thousand Words.

Moving from Novice to Expert on the Road to Expertise; Developing Expertise in the Visual Domain.

Common Ground Publishing USA 2015 (In press)

 

Rourke, A & Rees, V.

Chapter One:

Developing expertise in the visual domain

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Twelve:

Entering the Profession – Reflections on the bridge between the academic institution and the profession

 

Rourke, A & Rees, V.

Chapter Thirteen:

Reflecting on the bumpy road to expertise: Demystifying the creative process.

CONTEMPORARY SKETCH:

Subtle Subversion of Traditional Practice

Dong-hua University Press, Shanghai, CHINA 2015

 

Rees, V.

Subtle Subversion of Traditional Practice

p.8 - p.35

· Abstract

· Introduction

· Diaries, Books & Journals

· Visual Autobiography &

Data Collecting Tools

· Case Study

· Conclusion

Convergence in Performance and Creative Arts

University of Saints Malaysia Press.

Penang, Malaysia. (2013)

 

Rees, V.

Chapter Seventeen:

Practice as Research:

Visual Autobiography as a Research Tool.

 

In Convergence in Performance and Creative Arts

University of Saints Malaysia Press.

Penang, Malaysia. (2013)

Rourke, A. & Rees, V. (2015).

Models for Researching the visual and Their Implications to Higher Education Teaching and Learning.

The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education.

Vol.22, Issue 3, pp1-12.

 

Rees, V. (1997).

Celestial Forms.

Craft Arts International, Vol.41, p46-48.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Rees, V. (2011).

Nervous Neophytes – The Professional Design Internship http:connected2010.eproceedings.com.au/papers/p199.pdf

 

Rees, V. (2015).

Subtle Subversion of Tradition Practice,

Dong-Hua University Press, Shanghai, China.

(in press)

PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINES

Rees, V. (2006).

The Visual Music of Tran Dun, Object Magazine,

Issue 51, p67.

Rees, V. (2006).

10 Years of Sydney Design. Object Magazine,

Issue 51, p68.

Rees, V. (2004).

4 + 1 Exhibition. Object Magazine,

Issue, 44, p45.

Rees, V. (2003).

The Sweet Unravelling of Acer Chor

Object Magazine, Issue 43, p60.

Rees, V. (1997)

Celestial Forms Craft Arts International, Vol.41,

pp46-48, Cover Story.

Rees, V. (1998).

Michael Michaels – Carbon Forms Pottery In Australia, Vol.37. No.1, Autumn,  pp15-17.

Rees, V. (1986).

Cover Story Queensland Potters’ Associate. Brisbane, Qld. May 1986, Vol.19, No 5.