01oct9:00 am5:00 pmConsultations with Jonathan McBurnieArtist & Arts worker Consultation
(Friday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST(GMT+10:00) View in my time
Discuss your career or practice one-on-one with a respected arts industry professional. Jonathan McBurnie is the current Creative Director of Perc Tucker Regional Gallery and Pinnacles Gallery in North Queensland. He
Discuss your career or practice one-on-one with a respected arts industry professional. Jonathan McBurnie is the current Creative Director of Perc Tucker Regional Gallery and Pinnacles Gallery in North Queensland. He will be conducting consultations online from his office in Townsville. Jonathan can help you to understand the regional arts scene, develop your artistic or business plans, and provide insight into managing a long-term career in the arts.
Use these 45 minute sessions to discuss matters most relevant to you. Participants will attend via our online meeting platform.
Topics of discussion may include:
– Mapping your career goals, strategies and direction
– Discussing project or exhibition ideas
– Gaining feedback on your portfolio
Participants to Bring:
– Questions, CVs or resumes, resources, artwork, portfolios or other items to discuss during your consultation. (Digital items required for this online consultation).
Jonathan McBurnie is an artist, writer and cartoonist, based in Queensland, Australia.
McBurnie began self-publishing comic books at the age ten, and his life has been a series of constant projects ever since. Completing a PhD at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, in 2014, his thesis and accompanying studio works explored the shifting role of drawing in the digital age. McBurnie approaches his work as a collision of high and low forms, and seeks the narrative propulsion and dense visual language that lies in the tension between these forms.
McBurnie was previously the Creative Director of Perc Tucker Regional Gallery and Pinnacles Gallery, and also writes on occasion, having been published in Eyeline, Catalogue, The Lifted Brow, Penthouse Australia, the Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture and Sneaky, where he was the Visual Arts Editor.
McBurnie is currently working on several projects, including a co-written book of contemporary comics theory for Rutgers University Press, and a soon-to-be-released graphic novel, FLOODLAND, from Canada’s Argle Bargle Books, and several exhibition and small press comic and zine projects.