Ballarat East School of Art

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The Ballarat East School of Art was established in 1870, and was located at the Ballarat East Library. In 1885 the chairman of the Committee of Management was J.C. Molloy, the Secretary S.E. Mendoza, and the teachers were [[A. Doepel]], Miss A. Humphreys and H.G. Upham.
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The Ballarat East School of Art was established in 1870 and was located at the Ballarat East Library. In 1885 the chairman of the Committee of Management was J.C. Molloy, Secretary S.E. Mendoza, and the teachers were [[A. Doepel]], Miss A. Humphreys and H.G. Upham.
  
 
== Staff ==
 
== Staff ==
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[[J.C. Barber]], Signwriting and Decorating (1906)
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[[A. Doepel]]
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[[F. Foster]], drawing (1906)  Probably [[Fred Foster]]
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Mrs Green, Dresscutting, etc (1906)
  
 
[[Henry Hall]]
 
[[Henry Hall]]
  
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Miss [[A. Humphreys]]
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[[Albert W. Steane]], Manual Training and Carpentry
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[[H.G. Upham]]
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[[G. Wightman]], Engineering Drawing (1906)
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Miss Young, Drawing (1906)
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== Also See ==
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[[Tertiary Education]]
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 04:21, 26 May 2021

The Ballarat East School of Art was established in 1870 and was located at the Ballarat East Library. In 1885 the chairman of the Committee of Management was J.C. Molloy, Secretary S.E. Mendoza, and the teachers were A. Doepel, Miss A. Humphreys and H.G. Upham.

Staff

J.C. Barber, Signwriting and Decorating (1906)

A. Doepel

F. Foster, drawing (1906) Probably Fred Foster

Mrs Green, Dresscutting, etc (1906)

Henry Hall

Miss A. Humphreys

Albert W. Steane, Manual Training and Carpentry

H.G. Upham

G. Wightman, Engineering Drawing (1906)

Miss Young, Drawing (1906)


Also See

Tertiary Education

References



--Clare K.Gervasoni 11:39, 29 March 2019 (AEDT)

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