Robert Tantau

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Robert Tantau was a student of the [[Ballarat Technical Art School]] in 1948<ref>Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1948.</ref> and 1950.<ref>Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1950.</ref>
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Robert Tantau was a student of the [[Ballarat Technical Art School]] in 1948<ref>Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1948.</ref> and 1950.<ref>Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1950.</ref> On the occasion of the Ballarat School of Mines centenary Robert Tantau exhibited at a past students'Art Exhibition at the new Mt Helen Campus.<ref>Past Students' Art Exhibition Mt. Helen Campus, 1970. (Cat. No.22665) </ref>
  
 
He was award-winning member of Geelong Art Society for more than three decades, an art teacher and education administrator for 35 of his working years, teaching for 20 years at Geelong West Technical School before retirement. His mother was also an art teacher.<ref>https://geelongindy.com.au/news/29-08-2019/artist-90-in-biggest-show/</ref>
 
He was award-winning member of Geelong Art Society for more than three decades, an art teacher and education administrator for 35 of his working years, teaching for 20 years at Geelong West Technical School before retirement. His mother was also an art teacher.<ref>https://geelongindy.com.au/news/29-08-2019/artist-90-in-biggest-show/</ref>

Latest revision as of 04:31, 6 March 2020

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History

Robert Tantau was a student of the Ballarat Technical Art School in 1948[1] and 1950.[2] On the occasion of the Ballarat School of Mines centenary Robert Tantau exhibited at a past students'Art Exhibition at the new Mt Helen Campus.[3]

He was award-winning member of Geelong Art Society for more than three decades, an art teacher and education administrator for 35 of his working years, teaching for 20 years at Geelong West Technical School before retirement. His mother was also an art teacher.[4]

Legacy

See also

Ballarat Technical Art School

Notes


References

  1. Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1948.
  2. Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine, 1950.
  3. Past Students' Art Exhibition Mt. Helen Campus, 1970. (Cat. No.22665)
  4. https://geelongindy.com.au/news/29-08-2019/artist-90-in-biggest-show/


Further Reading

External links

https://geelongindy.com.au/news/29-08-2019/artist-90-in-biggest-show/


--Clare K.Gervasoni 09:51, 2 July 2015 (AEST); --Clare K.Gervasoni 15:55, 4 November 2019 (AEDT)

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