Greg Cliffe Curriculum Vitae
2021: Distinguished award in The Artavita 44th International Online Art Contest.
2020: Highly Commended Award, 2020 Mission to Seafarers Maritime Art Prize
2020 Online Finalist for Lethbridge Art Prize: 20,000.
2019: Selected, Picturesque. Blue Mountains Artists’ Network at Braemar Gallery, Springwood.
2019: Group show: Pre-text at Mounted Art Gallery, Springwood.
2018-19: Group shows: Blue Mountains Artists' Network Summer and Autumn Shows at Edge Theatre Gallery, Katoomba.
2019: Selected, Galllery188 BMCAN show:Art Is The Reason.
2018: Selected, Offensive Art? Exhibition at Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy.
2019: Finalist, Brunswick Art Gallery 50 Squared competition.
2018: Highly Commended, Blue Mountains Artists' Network Edge Theatre, Spring Show, Katoomba.
2018: Selected, Group Show:Offensive Art? Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy.
2018: Finalist, Brunswick Small Art Prize, Brunswick Street Gallery.
2018: Online Finalist for The Lethbridge Art Prize: 10,000.
2018: Listed in Marquis Who's Who Biographical Volumes.
2018: Selected Bald Archy Travelling Exhibition.
2017: Selected Bald Archy Travelling Exhibition.
2016: One artist show, "Groupthink", Lost Bear Gallery.
2014: Shortlisted Finalist, Scope Galleries Evironmental Art Award.
2013: Finalist, Hawkesbury Art Prize
2012: Finalist, Gallipoli Art Prize.
2012 Highly Commended in the New South Wales Department of Education Excellence in Education Awards.
2010-11: Set Designs for Springwood Theatre Company: “Embers” and “The Wedding Singer”.
2009-11: Judged Annual Springwood Art Show.
2006: Judged Annual Braemar Art Gallery Competition.
2004: Group Exhibition: Alleyway Art’s Inaugural Show, Springwood.
2002: Highly Commended, Daffodil Day Arts Awards (The Victoria Cancer Council).
2002: Graduated, Master of Arts (Hons)-Contemporary Arts at The University of Western Sydney, Nepean.
2002: Selected Calleen Art Prize and Liverpool City Arts Festival.
2001: One artist show: Tin Sheds Art Gallery, University of Sydney: "Fragmented Values: Compulsive Lives".
2001: Finalist: Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Open Section.
2000: Painting Section Prize, Blue Mountains Community Arts Council Annual show.
2000: Set Design for Springwood Theatre Company: "Lockie Leonard: Human Torpedo"
1999-2001: Master of Arts (Hons) by Research at University of Western Sydney (Contemporary Arts).
1995: Highly Commended, Blue Mountains Community Arts Council Annual Art Prize.
1994: One artist show, "Wild & Domesticated" at Wentworth Falls School of Arts.
1994: Group show at Queen of Arts Gallery, Katoomba.
1987: Accepted into NIDA Design Course.
1984: Residency: Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris: two performances:
"The Medium is the Message" and "A European Perspective".
1983: Visual Arts Board Travel Grant.
1982: Granted The Moya Dyring Studio, Paris.
1980: Three Performances: Leichhardt Performance Festival: "The Bomb",
"Come on Aussie" and "The Medium is the Massage".
1980: Performance at ACT 2 Performance Festival, Canberra.
1980: First Prize RAS Sculpture Prize.
1979: Performances at Ivan Dougherty Gallery:” The Editor" and "Diploma Game".
1979: Group Show “6 X 4”, The Students’ Gallery, Leichhardt.
1979: Highly Commended, RAS Sculpture Prize.
1978: One artist show, The Students’ Gallery, Leichhardt.
1978: NSW Dept. of Education Teacher's Scholarship.
1976-78: Diploma of Art from Alexander Mackie CAE.
1976-78: Committee member, the Society of Sculptors.
1979 Winner Royal Agricultural Society Sculpture Prize.
1978 New South Wales Department of Education Teacher’s Scholarship.
1978 Highly Commended, Royal Agricultural Society Sculpture Prize.
Articles and Mentions
2021: Awarded publication in Issue #6 of World Wide Art Magazine, Santa Barbara.
2018: Article Press Release by Marquis Who's Who.
2001: Exegesis for Masters Exhibition at The University of Western Sydney.
2001: University of Sydney News: “Compelling Show at Tin Sheds” by Louise Maral. 3/10/01.
2001: Sydney Morning Herald: Brigid Delaney’s “Spotlight” 26/9/01.
1994: Blue Mountains Gazette: March.
1984: “Artists and Galleries of Australia” by Max Germain. Boolarong Books.
1978: Arthur McIntyre: Art In Australia. Spring edition.
1977: Sydney Morning Herald: Bill Pidgeon.
Member of the Following Organizations and Committees:
2016 Member of The Art NSW Art Gallery Insiders group.
1998-2016 Member of National Association of Visual Artists.
2011-12 Committee Member of the Blue Mountains Municipal Council Cultural Program
1994-2001 Member of Blue Mountains Community Arts Council, New South Wales.
1979-83 Member Artworkers Union, Sydney.
1977-79 Committee Member Society of Sculptors, Sydney.
1974-5 Member of the Art Gallery of New South Wales Society.