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Document - Ballarat School of Mines Manual Arts Class List, 1911

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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The Ballarat Technical Art School was a division of the Ballarat School of Mines.

Typed foolscap class list for the Ballarat Technical Art School Manual Arts Class.

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Document Ballarat School of Mines Manual Arts Class List, 1911 Typed foolscap class list for the Ballarat Technical Art School Manual Arts Class. The Ballarat

Typed foolscap class list for the Ballarat Technical Art School Manual Arts Class.

Historical information

The Ballarat Technical Art School was a division of the Ballarat School of Mines.

Artwork - General Design and Modelling by Alice Watson, 1931

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School. Her whole folio is held by Federation University Australia.

Thirty Three artworks by Edith (Alice) Watson on General Design and Modelling as undertaken as a subject at the Ballarat Technical Art School.

as a subject at the Ballarat Technical Art School. Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School. Her whole folio is held by Federation University Australia. alice watson edith alice watson ballarat school of mines ballarat technical art

Thirty Three artworks by Edith (Alice) Watson on General Design and Modelling as undertaken as a subject at the Ballarat Technical Art School.

Historical information

Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School. Her whole folio is held by Federation University Australia.

Drawing - pencil on paper - [Scrolls with Central Eagle] by Charles Lamb

Federation University Australia Art Collection ,

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Ballarat Technical Art School label attached.

Federation University Australia Art Collection Drawing - pencil on paper [Scrolls with Central Eagle] by Charles Lamb Pencil drawing Ballarat Technical Art School label attached. This item is part of the Federation University Art Collection. The Art

Pencil drawing

Historical information

This item is part of the Federation University Art Collection. The Art Collection features over 1000 works and was listed as a 'Ballarat Treasure' in 2007.

Inscriptions & Markings

Ballarat Technical Art School label attached.

Book - Birds of Australia

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

Bookplate of the Ballarat Technical Art School Library.

Book Book Birds of Australia Green hardcovered book of 489 pages. Gold lettering on front and spine. Black and White Illustrations Bookplate of the Ballarat Technical Art School Library. birds fauna bookplate A.H.S. Lucas W.H. Dudley Le Souef

Green hardcovered book of 489 pages. Gold lettering on front and spine. Black and White Illustrations

Inscriptions & Markings

Bookplate of the Ballarat Technical Art School Library.

Artwork - 'Drawing the Human Figure from Casts' by Alice Watson, 1932

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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The full folio of work undertaken while Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia.

Twelve drawings undertaken for the 'Drawing the Human Figure from Casts' class at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The works were undertaken by Edith Alice Watson.

at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The works were undertaken by Edith Alice Watson. most are signed A.Watson 1932. The full folio of work undertaken while Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia

Twelve drawings undertaken for the 'Drawing the Human Figure from Casts' class at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The works were undertaken by Edith Alice Watson.

Historical information

The full folio of work undertaken while Alice Watson was a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia.

Inscriptions & Markings

most are signed A.Watson 1932.

Posters - Architectural History

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

These posters were used at the Ballarat Technical Art School.

Five printed teaching posters illustrating architectural design from the Ballarat Technical Art School Library: .1) English 15C Perpendicular Architecture .2) English late 17C Architecture .3) English mid 17C .4) English late 15C

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Posters Architectural History Five printed teaching posters illustrating architectural design from the Ballarat Technical Art School Library: .1) English 15C

Five printed teaching posters illustrating architectural design from the Ballarat Technical Art School Library: .1) English 15C Perpendicular Architecture .2) English late 17C Architecture .3) English mid 17C .4) English late 15C

Historical information

These posters were used at the Ballarat Technical Art School.

Documents - Ballarat Technical Art School, 1929-1939

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

Ballarat Technical Art School, 1929-1939

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Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Documents Ballarat Technical Art School, 1929-1939 Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, H.H. Principal. 24 August 1932

Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, H.H. Principal. 24 August 1932 - Wiltshire Poster Competition 19 August 1936 - King George V Memorial 18 November 1936 - Society for the Promotion of Peace in Melbourne

Ledger - Ballarat School of Mines Student Payments Ledger, 1907-1913

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

The Ballarat Technical Art School opened in 1907 as a division of the Ballarat School of Mines.

Ledger with brown and blue marbled paper cover and brown tape spine. Names and amount paid listed on each page. Possibly relating to students of the Ballarat Technical Art School.

listed on each page. Possibly relating to students of the Ballarat Technical Art School. The Ballarat Technical Art School opened in 1907 as a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. ballarat technical art school clare elshaug eileen coglan alice

Ledger with brown and blue marbled paper cover and brown tape spine. Names and amount paid listed on each page. Possibly relating to students of the Ballarat Technical Art School.

Historical information

The Ballarat Technical Art School opened in 1907 as a division of the Ballarat School of Mines.

Artwork -Drawing - Lettering Exercises by Alice Watson

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

Alice Watson completed a course of work at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Her complete folio is held by Federation University Australia.

A collection of works undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. .1 .3 .4 may be by another person with the initials BM (possibly Robert Montgomery); .3 dated 1928

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Artwork -Drawing Lettering Exercises by Alice Watson A collection of works undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. .1 .3

A collection of works undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. .1 .3 .4 may be by another person with the initials BM (possibly Robert Montgomery); .3 dated 1928

Historical information

Alice Watson completed a course of work at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Her complete folio is held by Federation University Australia.

Book - Ballarat Technical Art School Enrolment Slip Book, c1907

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

Ballarat Technical Art School Enrolment Slip Book, c1907

ballarat technical art school

The Ballarat Technical Art Schol was a division of the Ballarat School of Mines and opened in 1907. The 1908 Prospectus (cat. 4887) explains the diffreence between elementary, intermediate and advanced.

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Book Ballarat Technical Art School Enrolment Slip Book, c1907 Long purple marbled book rith red tape spine. Inside are pages of perforated enrolment slips

Long purple marbled book rith red tape spine. Inside are pages of perforated enrolment slips, with 6 to a page.

Historical information

The Ballarat Technical Art Schol was a division of the Ballarat School of Mines and opened in 1907. The 1908 Prospectus (cat. 4887) explains the diffreence between elementary, intermediate and advanced.

Artwork - Ballarat Technical School Folio by Alice Watson

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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Alice Watson attended the Ballarat Technical Art School.

A folio of Fashion Drawing by Edith Alice Watson of the Ballarat Technical Art School. .1) Two women dressed in fashionable clothing- lhs tan ensemble and hat; rhs fuschia ensemble with black and white accessories plus fur stole. Signed lrs

Artwork Painting Ballarat Technical School Folio by Alice Watson A folio of Fashion Drawing by Edith Alice Watson of the Ballarat Technical Art School. .1) Two women dressed in fashionable clothing- lhs tan ensemble and hat; rhs fuschia ensemble

A folio of Fashion Drawing by Edith Alice Watson of the Ballarat Technical Art School. .1) Two women dressed in fashionable clothing- lhs tan ensemble and hat; rhs fuschia ensemble with black and white accessories plus fur stole. Signed lrs A.Watson. 1933. .26) The image with three women wearing a hats. This appears to be an example of ticket writing. Signed lrs "A Watson- 2nd term. 1932." .35) The image with a woman wearing a hat appears to be an example of ticket writing. Signed lrs "A Watson--11th-7-32." .23) female figure drawing. Signed lrs A.Watson. 1st Term. 1932 .21) female figure drawing. Signed lrs A.Watson. 2nd Term. 1932 .17) drawing of lips, side view. Signed lrs A. Watson. 1931 .18) drawing of lips,three-quarter view. Signed lrs A. Watson

Historical information

Alice Watson attended the Ballarat Technical Art School.

Inscriptions & Markings

.37) Paper is embossed with 'Windsor & Newtons Bristol Board' stamp.(Griffin depicted in centre)

Documents - Ballarat Technical Art School Principal's Reports, 1944-1949

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

Ballarat Technical Art School Principal's Reports, 1944-1949

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Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Documents Ballarat Technical Art School Principal's Reports, 1944-1949 Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, Donald I

Brown hard covered book with hand written reports from the Art Principal, Donald I. Johnston. 20 September 1944 - Convalescent Depot soldiersfor tuition

Documents - Ballarat Technical Art School Scholarship Record, 1915-1929

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

Ballarat Technical Art School Scholarship Record, 1915-1929

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Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Documents Ballarat Technical Art School Scholarship Record, 1915-1929 Grey hard covered book with hand written names of scholarship recipients, their role

Grey hard covered book with hand written names of scholarship recipients, their role and who they work for. The scholarships are: Senior Tech Day Course (50 pounds) Senior Tech Evening COurse (10 pounds) City Council Scholarships State School Departmental Scholarships Student Teacher Scholarships Junior Technical School Day Course Scholarships Junior Technical School Evening Course Scholarships Girls Preparatory Scholarships Exhibition Scholarships McRobertson Scholarship Ladies Art Scholarship

Historical information

Ernest Robson received a Senior Technical Scholarship for his evening study in Stained Glass.

Artwork - Watercolour - Floral Paintings by Alice Watson

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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Alice Watson completed a course of work at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Her complete folio is held by Federation University Australia.

Ten works were undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. All paintings are of various flowers painted in watercolour. .1 is incomplete with the vase sketched in pencil; .3 has pencil sketches on the reverse

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Artwork - Watercolour Floral Paintings by Alice Watson Ten works were undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. All

Ten works were undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. All paintings are of various flowers painted in watercolour. .1 is incomplete with the vase sketched in pencil; .3 has pencil sketches on the reverse side .6 .7 and .8 are still life paintings

Historical information

Alice Watson completed a course of work at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Her complete folio is held by Federation University Australia.

Inscriptions & Markings

.1 urs embossed stamp " RWS Pall Mall East Guaranteed Pure Paper " with the letters "RS" in pencil; .2 lrs "A. WATSON 3rd TERM 1931 .4 upper top verso "Pass. Good tones values in red flower. Also color, one not overworked.Yellow flower rather faulty tone, but direct work. Very promising."

Book - Third Grade Perspective

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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Inside front cover is a Ballarat Technical Art School Library bookplate R/157

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Book Third Grade Perspective Book with black cover and leather spine. Inside front cover is a Ballarat Technical Art School Library bookplate R/157 ballarat

Book with black cover and leather spine.

Inscriptions & Markings

Inside front cover is a Ballarat Technical Art School Library bookplate R/157

Artwork - Painting - [Still Life] c 1931 - 1933

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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The full folio of work undertaken by Alice Watson while a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia.

Double sided. Two water colour paintings undertaken by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson for art course at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. One side has a corked bottle,jar with leaves and onions. At the side

Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. One side has a corked bottle,jar with leaves and onions. At the side is a flower and two onions. Verso is a blue vase, metal mug, champagne glass, an onion and two tomatoes. E.A.WATSON verso

Double sided. Two water colour paintings undertaken by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson for art course at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. One side has a corked bottle,jar with leaves and onions. At the side is a flower and two onions. Verso is a blue vase, metal mug, champagne glass, an onion and two tomatoes.

Historical information

The full folio of work undertaken by Alice Watson while a student at the Ballarat Technical Art School is held by Federation University Australia.

Inscriptions & Markings

E.A.WATSON verso lrs of painting

Document - Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art and Trade Schools Prospectus, 1908

Federation University Australia Art Collection ,

Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art and Trade Schools Prospectus, 1908

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In 1908 the Ballarat Technical Art School had three separate Venues:- * Sturt Street Branch opposite Ballarat Town Hall * Barkly Street Branch, public Library Buildings * Lydiard Street North Branch, Irwin's Buildings

A Prospectus for the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. The prospectus discussed the curriculum, free scholarships, school terms, special technical Art Classes, Special Life Classes, State School Teachers

Federation University Australia Art Collection Document Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art and Trade Schools Prospectus, 1908 A Prospectus for the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. The prospectus

A Prospectus for the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. The prospectus discussed the curriculum, free scholarships, school terms, special technical Art Classes, Special Life Classes, State School Teachers' Classes, and the Classification of subject and fees.

Historical information

In 1908 the Ballarat Technical Art School had three separate Venues:- * Sturt Street Branch opposite Ballarat Town Hall * Barkly Street Branch, public Library Buildings * Lydiard Street North Branch, Irwin's Buildings

Booklet - Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1923

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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.1) Stamped "Ballarat Technical Art School" .2) Written on front cover "Hessie Darby

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Booklet Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1923 Brown soft covered magazine. .1) Stamped "Ballarat Technical Art School" .2) Written on front cover

Brown soft covered magazine.

Historical information

Editorial, In Memoriam: Robert James Dowling, Fumes from the Lab, A trip to America, Arts & Crafts Gossip, Echoes of the Past, Sport, The Junior Techs.

Inscriptions & Markings

.1) Stamped "Ballarat Technical Art School" .2) Written on front cover "Hessie Darby"

Book - Old England: a pictorial museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal and Popular Antiquities

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

A plate inside front cover titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. R/170

titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. R/170" Charles Knight is an English publisher and author. He was born at Windsor in 1791, and died in 1873 at Addlestone, Surrey. This book covers the period of English history from pre Roman times

A large leather brown/gilt cover book with black leather bound and corners. 392 p. with coloured and b/w illustrations. It includes a table of contents of volume 1, 18 illuminated engraved (colour) plates, indexes to the engravings at the end of the book. 'Old England' gilt decoration on spine. The book shows how life was like in old England in regards to people, places, architecture and fashions, etc. from Roman times through to Industrial age. The book is published in two volumes, the book in hand contains volume 1 only.

Historical information

Charles Knight is an English publisher and author. He was born at Windsor in 1791, and died in 1873 at Addlestone, Surrey. This book covers the period of English history from pre Roman times to the Industrial age. It shows how life was like in old England in regards to people, places, architecture and fashions, etc. The book contains 1000's of wonderful engravings, hand coloured plates beside 100's of pages of text contained in one volume.

Inscriptions & Markings

A plate inside front cover titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. R/170"

Document - Ballarat School of Mines and Industries Ballarat: The Art School, c1948

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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completed two years' full -time training or not less than three years' part-time training, and must present for the Matriculation examination for English Expression. Part-Time classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School c1948 were: Day: Dressmaking

Two fold, 6 page information flyer on classes held at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The Art school offered Diploma of Art, Certificate of Art and Part-time classes.

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Document Ballarat School of Mines and Industries Ballarat: The Art School, c1948 Two fold, 6 page information flyer on classes held at the Ballarat Technical

Two fold, 6 page information flyer on classes held at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The Art school offered Diploma of Art, Certificate of Art and Part-time classes.

Historical information

Entrance requirements for a full-course student was an Intermediate Certificate of equivalent. The Certificate of Art was a two year course of basic study to enable students to undertake a further two years of specialised training in a chosen field of art. The Diploma of Art was a two-year course of specialised training available to students, who have passed the Certificate of Art Examination or its equivalent. Candidates of the examination must be at least 19 years of age, must have completed two years' full -time training or not less than three years' part-time training, and must present for the Matriculation examination for English Expression. Part-Time classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School c1948 were: Day: Dressmaking, Weaving, Leatherwork, Pottery, Metalwork, Painting, Sculpture, Junior Art. Evening: Dressmaking, Weaving, Leatherwork, pottery, Metalwork, Painting, Sculpture, Ticket Writing, Lettering, Figure Drawing.

Object - Plaster Cast Drawing Prop

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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Used at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School, and later the University of Ballarat Arts Academy TAFE students.

Plaster Cast of a hand used as a teaching aid at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The Victorian Education Department courses required art students to create studies based on ancient sculptures so copies of famous works were purchased as teaching

Object Plaster Cast Drawing Prop Plaster Cast of a hand used as a teaching aid at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The Victorian Education Department courses required art students to create studies based on ancient sculptures so copies of famous

Plaster Cast of a hand used as a teaching aid at the Ballarat Technical Art School. The Victorian Education Department courses required art students to create studies based on ancient sculptures so copies of famous works were purchased as teaching aids. This course was called ‘Drawing from the Antique’.

Historical information

Used at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School, and later the University of Ballarat Arts Academy TAFE students.

Photograph - Colour - Stained Glass window at the Ballarat School of Mines, 2006

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

The Ballarat Technical Art School building was opened in 1915. It is not known when the stained glass was put into position.

Colour digital photograph showing the stained glass detail on the entrance door to the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School building. The design features three tools associated with mining, the miners lamp and two hammers.

to the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School building. The design features three tools associated with mining, the miners lamp and two hammers. The Ballarat Technical Art School building was opened in 1915. It is not known when the stained glass was put

Colour digital photograph showing the stained glass detail on the entrance door to the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School building. The design features three tools associated with mining, the miners lamp and two hammers.

Historical information

The Ballarat Technical Art School building was opened in 1915. It is not known when the stained glass was put into position.

Book - Details of Gothic Architecture

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

Inscription on title page "W. H. Piper, architect". A plate inside front cover titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. AD/14".

. and architecture gothic decoration ornament gothic james k colling gothic england norman early english decorated perpendicular burnby church etton church yorkshire walsoken church norfolk great grimsby church lincolnshire bookplate ballarat technical art school

A large book with blue hardcover and black cloth corners and spine. Illus. with b&w plates of architectual drawings. Vol.1. Title is printed in black and red. This book contains measured drawings of details from parish churches. It includes 8p. table of contents.

Historical information

“Details of Gothic Architecture is measured and drawn from existing examples by James K. Colling, author of ‘Gothic Ornaments’.“—Front cover. It contains detailed drawings of parish churches during the 19 century.

Inscriptions & Markings

Inscription on title page "W. H. Piper, architect". A plate inside front cover titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library No. AD/14".

Artwork - Architectural Drawings by Alice Watson

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

Alice Watson completed a course of work at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Her complete folio is held by Federation University Australia.

Nine works were undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. Seven pencil sketches on paper. Two black ink drawings on paper .1 has sketches on both sides; .2 pen and ink table and chair design; .3 pencil sketch

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Artwork Architectural Drawings by Alice Watson Nine works were undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. Seven pencil

Nine works were undertaken at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Edith Alice (Alice) Watson. Seven pencil sketches on paper. Two black ink drawings on paper .1 has sketches on both sides; .2 pen and ink table and chair design; .3 pencil sketch of a castle; .4 sketches on both sides - pen and ink doorway and on reverse pencil and water colour (partly coloured) wallpaper border design; .5 pencil sketch of a well and a church; .6 two pencil sketches of bridges; .7 three pencil sketches - two of partial rooves and one of a bridge drawn from a photo; .8 three pencil sketches - a window, a doorway and a thatched roof cottage; .9 pencil sketches on both sides - a village scene with gateway, church and cottages on one side and trees on the reverse.

Historical information

Alice Watson completed a course of work at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. Her complete folio is held by Federation University Australia.

Inscriptions & Markings

.3 lrs "A. Watson Pencil Sketch" .4 ink sketch tr "New Door" .5 lrs "Pencil Sketches A. Watson" .6 lrs "Pencil Sketches A. Watson" .7 rs" Pencil Sketch", under bridge drawing "Pencil Sketch from Photo", lrs "A. WATSON" .8 lrs "Pencil Sketches A. Watson .9 Village scene - lrs" A.Watson Pencil Sketch"

Artwork - Artwork from the Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1934

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

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Sir Alexander Peacock opened the Ballarat Technical Art School in July 1915. It cost 10,000 pounds and was constructed by the Public Works Department from plans drawn by the then Art School Principal, Herbert H. Smith. The building contractors were

Artwork by students of the Ballarat Technical Art School from the 1934 Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine .1) Stairs to the Ballarat Junior Technical School from Grant Street .2) Caricatures by Nornie Gude .3) work by Colin S. Hunt .4

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Artwork Artwork from the Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1934 Artwork by students of the Ballarat Technical Art School from the 1934 Ballarat

Artwork by students of the Ballarat Technical Art School from the 1934 Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine .1) Stairs to the Ballarat Junior Technical School from Grant Street .2) Caricatures by Nornie Gude .3) work by Colin S. Hunt .4) A girl and a rooster by Gilda Gude .5) Self Portrait .6) Main entrance to the Ballarat Technical Art School by Lorna Bailey .7) Artwork from the magazine

Historical information

Sir Alexander Peacock opened the Ballarat Technical Art School in July 1915. It cost 10,000 pounds and was constructed by the Public Works Department from plans drawn by the then Art School Principal, Herbert H. Smith. The building contractors were Messrs Gower and Eddards. According to the SMB Annual Report of 1914 'the internal upholstering and fittings have all been carried out in Australian timbers, with Queensland maple largely used throughout.' Before this building was constructed art and craft classes were held in various buildings around Ballarat. The building could be described as federation-art deco in style. It features sandstone insertion with sandstone string coursing. The base of the building is rusticated sandstone. The relief stone panel on the front with the words "Technical Art School" features stone pilaster brackets and corbels. In the centre front can be seen rectangular sandstone pediment with decorative stonework incorporating the date of construction. The windows in the lower floor feature five supporting keystones whereas the upper windows have sandstone lintels. The building also features decorative cast iron downpipes. The entrance on the northern side has attractive leadlight glazing in an art deco style. Above the door a miner's lamp and pick are featured in the design. The building is functional in design with large metal windows in the south wall to ensure good light into the studios. The northern wall has standard double hung windows. The interior of the building features a carved wooden staircase and cast iron ceiling vents. The rear drawing studios can be made into one large studio by opening panelled timber doors. This opening features classical plaster pilasters with a pediment above. This building is now the Gribble Building on the Federation University Australia SMB Campus.

Books - Ballarat School of Mines and Industries Departmental Papers, 1914-1950

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

Used at the Ballarat School of Mines and the Ballarat Technical Art School

Large leather bound books, with leather spine, containing all examinations held at the Ballarat School of Mines (including the Ballarat Technical Art School and Ballarat Junior Technical School). The examination papers were supplied and printed

at the Ballarat School of Mines (including the Ballarat Technical Art School and Ballarat Junior Technical School). The examination papers were supplied and printed by the Education Department, Victoria. Examinations include: Agriculture, Algebra, Architecture

Large leather bound books, with leather spine, containing all examinations held at the Ballarat School of Mines (including the Ballarat Technical Art School and Ballarat Junior Technical School). The examination papers were supplied and printed by the Education Department, Victoria. Examinations include: Agriculture, Algebra, Architecture, Arithmetic, Applied Mechanics, Assaying, Biology, Botany, Boilermaking, Building Design, Blacksmithing, Bricklaying, Carpentry and Joinery, Coachbuilding, Cabinet Making, Civil Engineering, Cabinet Making, Commercial, Chemistry, Engineering Drawing, Economics, English, Electrical technology, Electricity and Magnetism, Electric Wiring, Electric Welding, Electrical Fitting, Electrical Trades, Food Analysis, Geology, Geological Mapping, Graphics, Geometry, Heat Engines, Heat Treatment, Hydraulics, Hand Railing, Instrument Making, Millinery, Milling and Gearouting, Machine Shop Practice. Metal Founding, Mining, Metallurgy, Mineralogy, Mathematics, Motor Mechanics, Mine Surveying, Mining Mechanics, Petrology, Physics, Painting and Decorating, Pattern Making, Plastering, Plumbing and Gasfitting, Printing, Refrigeration, Spelling, Science , Shorthand, Surveying. Signwriting. Sheet Metalwork, Toolmaking, Ladies Tailoring, Trigonometry, Typewriting, Welding, Commercial Geography. Millinery, Dressmaking, Needlework, Decorative Needlework, Architecture, Building Design and Construction, Art (Composition in Form and Colour), Art (Casting Clay MOdels) Art (Drapery), Art (Drawing the Human Figure From Casts), Art (Drawing the Antique from Memory), Art (Drawing from Memory); Art (Drawing Plant Forms from Nature, Art (Drawing Plant Forms From Memory), Art (Drawing from Models and Objects), (Drawing From a Flat Example). Art (Drawing in Light and Shade from a Cast of Ornament or Lower Nature), Art (Drawing Ornament from the Cast), Art (Drawing from Models or Objects), Art (Drawing fro Dressmakers' and Milliners' Fashions), Art (Drawing With the Brush), Art (Drawing from a Flat Example); Art (Modelled Design), Art (General Design), Art (Embossed Leatherwork), Art (Practical Plane Geometry), Art (Practical Solid Geometry), Art (Geometrical Drawing), Carpentry and Joinery, Art (Human Anatomy), Art (Historic Ornament), Art (House Decoration), Art (LEttering), Signwriting, Art (Light Metalwork), Art (Modelling), Art (Modelling the Human Figure from a Life), Art (Stencilling); Art (Wood Carving) Refrigeration, Teaching, Boilermaking, Blacksmithing, Carpentry and Joinery, Coachbuilding and Carriage Drafting, Electric Wiring, Electrical Fitting, Graining and Marbling, Instrument Making , Machine Shop Practice, Metal Founding, Milling and Gear Cutting, Motor Mechanics, Painting and Decorating, Sheet Metalwork, Toolmaking, Printing, Pattern Making, Plumbing and gasfitting,

Historical information

Used at the Ballarat School of Mines and the Ballarat Technical Art School

Significance

This collection of examinations is significant because of its completeness with the full range of examinations between 1914 and 1950.

Gouache - Victorian Centenary Band Contest (Ballarat)

Federation University Australia Art Collection ,

Framed original poster by Don Refshauge of the Ballarat Technical Art School.

Federation University Australia Art Collection Gouache Victorian Centenary Band Contest (Ballarat) Framed original poster by Don Refshauge of the Ballarat Technical Art School. This item is part of the Federation University Art Collection. The Art

Framed original poster by Don Refshauge of the Ballarat Technical Art School.

Historical information

This item is part of the Federation University Art Collection. The Art Collection features over 1000 works and was listed as a 'Ballarat Treasure' in 2007.

Photograph (Black & White) - Drawing from the Antique, 1920

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

The large plaster Illisos depicted in the back of this image is still held by Federation University Australia. The Ballarat Technical Art School (No. 10) was part of the Ballarat School of Mines and was established in 1907. After conducting

Black and white mounted photograph showing eleven students of the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School drawing from plaster models of human bodies in various poses and of various scales. The students are in a room of the Ballarat Technical

Art School drawing from plaster models of human bodies in various poses and of various scales. The students are in a room of the Ballarat Technical Art School which was custom built for teaching art. The image was reproduced in the 1920 Ballarat

Black and white mounted photograph showing eleven students of the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School drawing from plaster models of human bodies in various poses and of various scales. The students are in a room of the Ballarat Technical Art School which was custom built for teaching art. The image was reproduced in the 1920 Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine.

Historical information

The large plaster Illisos depicted in the back of this image is still held by Federation University Australia. The Ballarat Technical Art School (No. 10) was part of the Ballarat School of Mines and was established in 1907. After conducting classes in various locations around Ballarat a custom built art school was erected on the site of the former Ballarat Circuit Court House, previously used as the initial building of the Ballarat School of Mines. Examples of drawings undertaken by students, as well as some plaster castes are held in the University of Ballarat Historical Collection. The Ballarat Technical art School is the oldest continuous Tertiary Art School in Australia. Sir Alexander Peacock opened the new Ballarat Technical Art School building in July 1915. It cost 10,000 pounds and was constructed by the Public Works Department from plans drawn by the then Art School Principal, Herbert H. Smith. The building contractors were Messrs Gower and Eddards. According to the SMB Annual Report of 1914 'the internal upholstering and fittings have all been carried out in Australian timbers, with Queensland maple largely used throughout.' The building could be described as federation-art deco in style. It features sandstone insertion with sandstone string coursing. The base of the building is rusticated sandstone. The building is functional in design with large metal windows in the south wall to ensure good light into the studios. The northern wall has standard double hung windows. The interior of the building features a carved wooden staircase and cast iron ceiling vents. The rear drawing studios could be made into one large studio by opening panelled timber doors. This opening features classical plaster pilasters with a pediment above. (http://guerin.ballarat.edu.au/curator/buildings/technical_art_school.shtml)

Plaster Cast - Plaster Cast of a hand

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

ballarat technical art school

Used at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School, and plaster at the University of Ballarat Arts Academy (TAFE), before being transferred to the Historical Collection in 2012

Plaster cast of a hand used in drawing classes at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Plaster Cast Plaster Cast of a hand Plaster cast of a hand used in drawing classes at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School Used at the Ballarat

Plaster cast of a hand used in drawing classes at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School

Historical information

Used at the Ballarat School of Mines Technical Art School, and plaster at the University of Ballarat Arts Academy (TAFE), before being transferred to the Historical Collection in 2012

Book - Peasant Art in Europe

Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen

Inside front cover there is a plate titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library no. R/345". Each page has a caption under the image stating what the image shows in 3 different languages.

. Page numbers written in roman numerals. Inside front cover there is a plate titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library no. R/345". Each page has a caption under the image stating what the image shows in 3 different languages. "Peasant Art in Europe

Red cloth large hardcover book. Title is written on the front cover and on spine in gold. Small gold circle pattern on front cover. The book contains 100 coloured plates, 32 b/w plates with images of peasant handicraft. The book includes table of content, index, bibliography and a library due date card inside back cover, it was borrowed by Donald Ferguson(an art lecturer)on 13 May 1957. Page numbers written in roman numerals.

Historical information

"Peasant Art in Europe" is an art book selected and arranged by H. TH. Bossert. It contains about 2100 examples of European folk-arts, such as ornaments, ceramics, embroideries, wickerwork and basketwork, fabrics, wood, handicraft, glass and metalwork.

Inscriptions & Markings

Inside front cover there is a plate titled "Ballarat Technical Art School Library no. R/345". Each page has a caption under the image stating what the image shows in 3 different languages.

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