CURRICULUM VITAE

Professor of Fine Art
Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities
Coventry University
Priory Street
Coventry CV1 5FB

Education

1970-77

Hautlieu Grammar school, Jersey, Channel Islands

1977-78

Foundation Art & Design, Lanchester Polytechnic

1978-81

BA (Hons) Fine Art First Class, Hull College of Art

1981-82

Advanced Course, Sculpture, St. Martins School of Art

Employment History

2018-19

Site Director M4C AHRC Doctoral Scheme

2007-12

Dean of Coventry School of Art and Design

2004-07

Associate Dean, Academic and Assurance, Coventry School of Art and Design

2004

Chair of Fine Art, Coventry University

1997-2003

Head of Department, Design and Visual Arts, Coventry University

1990-1995

De Montfort University Programme Leader, BA Fine Art

1995-1997

De Montfort University Programme Leader MA Fine Art

1990

Principal Leader, Subject Leader for Visual Arts, Leicester Polytechnic

1991

Birmingham Polytechnic, Visiting Lecturer, MA Fine Art

1988

Appointed Senior Lecturer, Leicester Polytechnic

1987-1989

Course Tutor Open University, London Region. Course Tutor; Third Level Arts ‘Modern Art and Modernism’

1989

Bretton Hall, Yorkshire, Visiting Lecturer, Sculpture

1987

Davies College of F.E., Part Time Tutor, Art & Art History

1986-1987

Maidstone College of Art, Visiting Lecturer, Sculpture

1986-1988

Christ’s College, Blackheath.

1985

Wembley Institute, London, Part Time Painting Lecturer

1984

Visiting Lecturer, Sculpture, Ulster University

1984

Visiting Lecturer, Printmaking and Sculpture, Manchester Polytechnic

1983-1986

Humberside Polytechnic, Visiting Lecturer, Sculpture and Art History

1983-1986

Limerick College of Art, Visiting and Part Time Lecturer, Fine Art & Foundation courses

1983-1992

Visiting & Part Time Lecturer, Foundation, Art & Design courses

1982-89

Polytechnic of East London, Visiting and part time Lecturer, Fine Art, Architecture & Contextual Studies

Research, Supervision & Examining

2019

Rebecca Key PhD: From Sketchbook to Gallery, Script to Screen: Drawing with Objects in Mise-en-scene, Second Supervisor.

2019

Cathy MacTaggart: Valuing Women, MA by Research.

2019

Abdullah Suruji PhD: The Perception of Islamic Banks, Second Supervisor.

2018

External Examiner Sally Field PhD: Drawn to the Light: The freehand drawing from the dramatic text as an illumination of the theatre designer’s eye of the mind, University of New South Wales.

2018

Internal Examiner Rosa Karnita PhD: The role of approachability in fostering student centred learning in Indonesian undergraduate Graphic Design courses.

2018

Internal Examiner for Wesley Scott PhD: Designing for disability.

2017

Director of Studies for Practice and process: Skinner Releasing Technique and making dance for performance and on screen, Polly Hudson PhD.

2017

External Examiner, PhD: Cambridge School of Art & Design, Anglian Ruskin University.

2017

Internal examiner Walter Herbst PhD. Can current design and development management pedagogy respond better in reflecting industry needs?

2017

Mark Dennis PhD; The ascent from the maelstrom: art students observed, Director of Studies.

2016

Helen Gorrill PhD: Gendered Economic and Symbolic Values in Contemporary British Painting, Director of Studies.

2016

External Examiner Dina Zoe Belluigi; The problem of authorship: considering the significance of interpretive approaches on the conditions for creativity in undergraduate fine art studio practice, Kingston University.

2016

Internal examiner, Z. Alghamdi PhD: Reinventing Tradition: An Exploration of Traditional Domestic Architecture from South-Western Saudi Arabia in Contemporary Installation’.

2015

Andrea Hannon PhD: The House is Still Named After: Exploring the tensions of encounter through creative processes, Director of Studies.

2013

Daniel Pryde-Jarman PhD: Curating the Artist-run Space: Exploring strategies for a critical curatorial practice, Director of Studies.

2009

External Examiner, Andreas Fabian PhD: Spoons & Spooness: a Philosophical Enquiry through Creative Practice, New Bucks University.

2009

Internal Examiner, The Potential for Installations to Create New Directions for Saudi Arabian Art, H Badawi, PhD.

2005

Sreejata Roy M.Phil. Towards a narrative in Computer Practice, Director of Studies.

Selected Outputs

2020

Journeaux, J., Gorrill, H. and Reed, S. Eds. Body, Space, Place in Collective and Collaborative Drawing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Edinburgh.

2020

Journeaux, J. The Fabric of Being, in Body, Space, Place in Collective and Collaborative Drawing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Eds. Journeaux, J., Reed, S., Gorrill, H.

2018

Journeaux, J. Thinking In Image and Text, in Alan Dyer Text and Image, Lemon Press & Coventry Canal Basin Trust.

2017

Journeaux, J. and Gorrill, H. Eds. ‘Collective and Collaborative Drawing in Contemporary Practice: Drawing Conversations’ Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Edinburgh.

2017

Journeaux, J. and Brew, A. Drawing Circles: a Space without a Project, in Collective and Collaborative Drawing in Contemporary Practice: Drawing Conversations, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Edinburgh.

2016

Journeaux, J. (2016) Drawing for wellbeing: a river runs through me, in Thinking Through Drawing, Eds. Fava, M. and Brew, A. UAL.

2015

Journeaux, J. and Wade, S. (2015) GLAD 25 years On, A Special edition of the Journal of Arts, Design and Communications HE, Vol.14, Issue 2, Intellect.

2015

Journeaux, J. Montero, P. Mottram, J. (2015) Comparative Study of HE Fine Art in UK and Spain: before and after Bologna, The Arts in Society Conference, London.

2014

Journeaux, J. The Art Schools; questioning the studio, Guest editor of special edition of Journal for Visual Arts Practice, Routledge.

2014

Journeaux, J. and Mottram, J. Creativity and Art Education: gaps between theory and practice, The Marconi Institute, Bologna, International peer refereed conference, Italy.

2014

Journeaux, J. and Mottram, J. Staffing In Art & Design: research into the numbers of staff holding PhDs teaching in Art & Design HE in the UK, HEA in collaboration with the Group for Learning In Art & Design.

2013

Journeaux, J. New to Teaching In Art & Design project, HEA in Collaboration with the Group for Learning In Art & Design.

2013

Journeaux, J. Narratives for Success; the art & design employability agenda, Refereed conference paper, Storyville, HEA Arts & Humanities Conference, Brighton.

2013

Journeaux, J. Working for Success, Refereed conference paper, ‘Start, Sustain, Succeed: art & design education in the new landscape’, Group For Learning In Art & Design Conference.

2013

Journeaux, J. Chasing Shifting Spaces, invited paper for the National Association for Fine Art Education Symposium, London.

2013

Journeaux, J. Drawing Patterns, in Desenho a Ligne, Lisbon University School of Architecture Drawing Journal.

2013

Journeaux, J. Redrawing the body for health, Internationally refereed conference paper, 4th On The Image Conference, Chicago, USA.

2012

Journeaux, J, Hannon, A; The House is still named after Him, Conference paper: Practice Makes Perfect Symposium, Swansea University.

2008

Journeaux, J. BA Hons, Fine Art UK – mind the gap. Conference paper: Enhancing The Curricula, Centre for Learning & Teaching in Art and Design, 4th International Conference, New York, USA. ‘

2008

Project Centred Learning in Art and Design Invited participant, conference paper – Symposium on Project Centred Learning, MIT, Boston and published as part of the proceedings.

2004-06

‘Designing for the 21st century: understanding and supporting group creativity’ AHRB/EPSRC funded interdisciplinary research cluster.

2005

Journeaux, J. Desire, Domesticity and Labour: a case study in practice. Chapter in The Labour of Art, The Beehive Press page 32-38 ISBN 1-860501-982

2004

Journeaux, J. Desire, Domesticity and Labour: a case study in practice, Conference paper, The Labour of Art Conference, University of Lincoln.

2004

Journeaux, J. Case study on Jochen Gerz Public Art project: ‘Live Collaboration and The Visual Arts Curriculum’ published by the ADC-LTSN.

2004

Journeaux, J. Editor Mastery and the Fine Art Curriculum’ published by the ADC-LTSN.

2003

Journeaux, J. Posing questions – Collaboration and the Fine Art Curriculum. Conference paper: Public Art Symposium, Warwick University.

1998

Journeaux, J. Lewis, S. in conversation with Frederic Vassort in Max Ernst – sculptures, maisons, paysages, at the Centre Georges Pompidou, and discussing French Art in the Musee Delacroix, Paris. A 30 minute programme, ‘7 ½’ for ARTE, broadcast in France, Spain, Germany and Belgium, June 1998.

1996

Journeaux, J. Learning for Living, Workshop Report on Transferable Skills Group for Learning in Art & Design.

1995

Journeaux, J. Modularity and the Visual Arts: Fine Art the student experience. Conference paper ‘The Impact of Modularity on Art & Design HE, Dartington Hall.

1994

Journeaux, J. The Role of Contextual Studies in Art & Design HE, Invited presentation to the Visual Arts network of E.M.F.E.C

Exhibitions

2018

Six Artists Celebrate Enid Marx and The British Folk Art Collection, curated by Jill Journeaux. Participating artists: Jonathan Waller, Jane Ball, Andrea Hannon, Lisa Hannon, Jill Journeaux, Kollette Super. Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park.

2017

‘Drawing Threads’, Lanchester Research Gallery, Coventry.

2014

‘between spaces’ exhibition, Atkins Gallery Leicestershire, with S. Lewis, J. Mottram and I. Aust, curated by Journeaux.

2010-11

‘Between Angels and Insects’ Lanchester Gallery, Coventry

2006

‘Vida Feminina’, Sir John Cheshire Gallery, Jersey, Chanel Isles

2003

Journeaux, J ‘With Deceptive Delicacy’ – solo show.

2002-03

Journeaux, J ‘Exhausting Beauty’ catalogue publisher – Coventry University. Touring exhibition of 22 drawings and reliefs

2003

‘Exhausting Beauty’ Jan-Feb, The City Gallery, Leicester.

2002

‘Exhausting Beauty’, Nov- Dec Lanchester Gallery, Coventry University

2002

‘Exhausting Beauty’, 1851 Gallery, The Nottingham Trent University.

1994

Drawing Now, Greestone Gallery, Lincoln.

1993

Paintings and Drawings: new work by Jill Journeaux’, The Jersey Arts Centre.

1991

Jill Journeaux – Sculpture and Drawing’ Humberside University Gallery.

1988

Jill Journeaux, Artist in Residence: New work The Gallery, North East London Polytechnic.

1988

Jill Journeaux: Recent Sculpture & Drawings, Berni Art Gallery, Jersey.

1985

Jill Journeaux: Reliefs & Drawings, Jersey Arts Centre.

Group Exhibitions

2015

Visualising relationships, Institute of Creative Enterprise, Coventry.

2014

Drawology, Curated by Debroah Harty, Lanchester Gallery, Coventry.

2010

Painting and Sculpture from Europe and Asia, La Passarelle des Arts, Versailles France.

2008

Recognition. Exhibition curated by John Devane, The Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry.

2008

Drawing Breath’, Lugar do Desentio, Fundacao Julio Resende, Porto, Portugal. 13 September 2008 – 15 October 2008. 16 Artists (including Dutton & Swindells, Vanda Harvey, Dave King, Brigid McLeer)

2007-08

The 1st International Contemporary Art Exhibition; Art Vision, Gwang Ju, South Korea. 13 December 2007 – 20 Feburary 2008. Invited to represent the UK by the curator Yoon, Byung-Hat. I of 4 British artists selected (alongside Terry Shave, Shaun Cummins and Simon Lewis). 4 works selected and exhibited. Total of 80 artists from the UK, China, France, Germany, Russia, Thailand, Japan, Taiwan and the USA

2006

‘Ctrl+Alt+Delete’, The Lanchester Gallery, Coventry University

2004

‘Seeing the Light’ with Roger Green and Simon Lewis at the Exhibition Centre, Forteleza, Sagres, Portugal, sponsored by the Portuguese Ministry of Culture.

2000

‘Drawing Parallels’, Lanchester Gallery, Coventry.

2000-01

Journeaux, J., Mulhall, S; Devane, J., Hays I., Sherlock GD., Trusselle, K; ‘States of Grace’ . group exhibition held at Assad Library 11-24 November and thereafter at the Sharibani Church School, Aleppo, the National Museum, Lattakia, and venues in Lebanon and Jordan. Accompanied by ull colour 16 page catalogue (ISBN: 0 905949 69 2) Supported by the Syrian Ministry of Culture and the British Council, this exhibition was the first held by British artists through formal invitation held at a publicly funded venue in Syria since the 1950’s.

1998

‘Peindre a Jersey’ March-April 1998, Abbaye aux Dames, Caen – an exhibition of paintings touring Northern France. 150 works by 26 artists of whom 7 were contemporary. Paintings dated from 1770 to 1997 and included work by Sir John Millais, Edmund Blampied and Robert Tilling

1997-98

‘Peindre a Jersey, November 1997- January 1998, Musee Thomas Henry, Cherbourg

1995

Jill Journeaux and Simon Lewis, The abstract image. Two-person exhibition of 40 works held at the Chapman Gallery, University Salford, 28 November – 16 December. Catalogue includes an essay by Dolores Le Fanu. The exhibition, was accompanied by a gallery discussion and built upon the success of an earlier collaborative exhibition held the previous year at the Kingsgate Gallery, London. Dates: 28 November – 16 December

1993

Jill Journeaux and Simon Lewis, Recent Paintings, Kingsgate Gallery, London

1990

Jill Journeaux and Peter Welton, Recent Work, Queen Elizabeth Gallery, Oakham School, Rutland, UK.

1989

Art in Context, The Kimberlin Gallery, Leicester, UK.

1989

Premier Festival International de Sculpture, Ouistreham, France.

1987

Ten Years On, The Gallery, Humberside Polytechnic.

1986

Three Painters, Two Sculptors, The Art East Collective Gallery, London.

1986

14 Artists at 36 Southwell Road, Artcast, London.

1986

The Monoprint, John Holden Gallery, Manchester.

1986

Small Works, Cahill and Grebler Gallery, London.

1986

The Monoprint, Oldham Gallery, Oldham.

1986

Women on Men, Cahill & Grebler Gallery, London.

1985

Four Sculptors Draw, Van De Grou Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

1984

Through the Print Room, The Gallery, The Polytechnic of Central London.

1984

The Body Beautiful, Art At Home Gallery, Islington, London.

1984

Sculptor’s Drawing, Ulster University Gallery, Northern Ireland.

1983

Six Sculptors, The Hull Artists association gallery, UK.

1983

Working in Wood, Metal & Clay, Brixton Gallery, London.

1983

New Arts Co-op Opening Show, The Gallery, 52 Acre Lane, London.

1983

Drawings, Sculptures & Constructions, The Gallery, 52 Acre Lane, London

1980

Northern Artists , Beverley Town Gallery, Yorkshire, UK.

1980

Ferens Open, Ferens Gallery, Hull, UK.

1978

Drawings from Hull, Manchester Polytechnic Gallery and The Gallery, Wigan College
of Art & Technology. Reviewed in Artscribe by David Sweet.

1978

Glass and Ceramic Sculpture, Posterngate Gallery, Hull, UK.