Mr Stephen   Goddard
Lecturer

Mr Stephen Goddard

Bachelor of Fine Arts (University of Tasmania)

Graduate Diploma of Art Craft and Design (University of Tasmania)

Master of Design (Hons) (UNSW)

Arts, Design & Architecture (ADA)
School of Art & Design

Stephen Goddard is a design Lecturer and practicing designer. His work has been primarily within the cultural sector around Australia as an independent exhibition, brand and publication designer, having begun his career in theatre design. Milestone projects have included art direction of the Sydney Festival brand and collateral (2002-05); exhibition lead and publication designer for Wood: art design architectureGlass: art design architecture, Steel: art design architecture and Concrete: art design architecture for JamFactory, Adelaide; and book and brand designer for the The Pool, Australia’s exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016. Other notable exhibition designs include Obsessed: Compelled to makeHyperclay and Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels, all for the Australian Design Centre. He has won many awards for publication and exhibition design.

Goddard completed his Master of Design (Research) at UNSW Art & Design with a thesis titled Cold Sweat: Making it in an Anxious World, which was a reflective and autoethnographic study of his design practice leading to the definition of seam practice, and a consideration of pliancy within meaningful and effective design networks.

In addition to his ongoing design practice, Goddard worked as a Senior Creative Associate with Object: Australian Design Centre focussed on organisational transformation facilitated by design. He has been a resident at the Cité Internationale des Arts on two occasions, firstly in the University of Tasmania’s Rosamund McCulloch Studio and later in the studio of Ville de Paris, Direction des Affaires CulturellesIn addition to his recent Masters degree, has as a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Graduate Diploma of Art, Craft and Design from the University of Tasmania, majoring in graphic design and photography. More recently he has been engaged as an exhibition curator and writer - most notably as co-curator for I Spy (2013) and happyness (2015) with Meryl Ryan at MAC / yapang .

Phone
+61-2-8936 0786
Location
F107

Publications

  • Book Chapters | 2017
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard SD, 2017, 'A Ballet of Giants', in Hancock Davis M (ed.), Steel: art design architecture, JamFactory, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 28 - 35
  • Creative Works (non-textual) | 2019
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S, 2019, Welcome., Welcome., Australian Design Centre Object Space, 28 May 2019 - 26 June 2019, medium: Mixed media - timber, acrylic, LED lights, at: https://australiandesigncentre.com/object-space/Welcome/
    Creative Written Works | 2019
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S, 2019, Genius Loci, Ligature Journal 8, Oppen F; Riley K, (ed.), Tiliqua Press
    Theses / Dissertations | 2019
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S; Goddard S, 2019, Cold Sweat: Making it in an Anxious World, UNSWorks, http://handle.unsw.edu.au/1959.4/62236
    Creative Written Works | 2018
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S, 2018, Playing in our bare feet., Obsessed: Compelled to make [exhibition catalogue], Cahill L; Craswell P, (ed.), Australian Design Centre
    Creative Works (non-textual) | 2017
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S, 2017, Past imperfect. Future tense., Book Club, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, 27 August 2017 - 15 October 2017, medium: Mixed media - two Olivetti Lettera 32 typewriters, Waterford paper
    Creative Works (non-textual) | 2017
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S, 2017, Blind Sight, Book Club, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, 27 August 2017 - 15 October 2017, medium: vintage optical testing kit, laser engraving, Huon pine, printed paper
    Creative Works (non-textual) | 2017
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S, 2017, Book Hack, Book Club, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, 27 August 2017 - 15 October 2017, medium: Mixed media: two books (A World Beyond Healing, 1987 and Creative Arts and Crafts, 1966), 2-part epoxy glue, tape, video
    Creative Written Works | 2017
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S, 2017, Seeing Clearly in the Mist, Ligature Journal 8: A Body Issue: By Hand, Riley K, (ed.), Tiliqua Press
    Creative Written Works | 2015
    Mr Stephen Goddard
    Goddard S; Ryan M, 2015, happyness, happyness, Goddard S; Ryan M, (ed.), Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, https://artgallery.lakemac.com.au/exhibitions/past/happyness

Awards

General Awards

Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence – Outstanding Contribution to Curriculum Development (2019)

Australian Design Honours List (Australian Design Centre) (2015)

Centenary Medal for Service to the Community (2001)

Industry Awards

Museums Australasia Multimedia and Publication Design Awards – Best in Show for Book Club, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (2018)

Museums Australasia Multimedia and Publication Design Awards – Best Small Catalogue for Book Club, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (2018)

Museums Australasia Multimedia and Publication Design Awards – Highly Commended Small Catalogue for Board, Lake Macquarie Gallery (2018)

Gold Medal (Art Books) New York Independent Publisher Book Awards Desmond Freeman: Venice: Impressions in Ink (2017)

Interpretations Australia Best of Excellence Award for projects over $150K Eveleigh Stories Australian Technology Park – Graphic Design (2016)

Museums Australia Publication Design Awards: Finalist – Best small catalogue – Wild Side: The Animal in Art, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (2015)

Australian Design Biennale AGDA Awards Award of Distinction – Spatial Design for Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels Object: Australian Design Centre and QVMAG (2014)

Australian Design Biennale AGDA Awards Finalist – Spatial Design for WOOD: art design architecture, JamFactory (2014)

Museums Australia Publication Design Awards: Winner – Best small catalogue – Look Closely Now, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (2014)

Museums Australia Publication Design Awards: Runner up – Best small catalogue – I Spy, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (2014)

 

 

Grants

Media