Euan Heng




Monash University, Australia


Euan Heng is a painter/printmaker and is currently Adjunct Associate Professor in Graduate Research in the Department of Fine Art at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Since 1974 he has held thirty-three solo exhibitions in Australia, Scotland and Italy and participated in over seventy group exhibitions in Australia and internationally. His work is represented in public and university museum collections in all states of Australia and Scotland including the Australian National Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Queensland Art Gallery, NSW Art Gallery and the Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, Glasgow. Illustrated essays, articles and reviews on his work have been published in all major Australian newspapers and fine art journals. He has participated in visiting artist/lectureships and residences in Australia and overseas including the Australia Council Residency at the British School at Rome in 1999 and in 2010 participated in the Royal Scottish Academy’s Residencies for Scotland Program. In 2004 he received the Australian Council for University Art and Design Schools Distinguished Research Award.


Print and the influence of digital technologies and new media


Wednesday 28 September


11:00pm - 12.30pm and 1:30pm - 3:00pm


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