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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Artworker, Activist, Educator
Member since May 22, 2007
Russell Kerr is the Honours Coordinator of RMIT’s Design Consultancy, The Works. Russell has a BA in Graphic Design with Honours from the University of Ballarat, Currently he is completing a Masters in Public Advocacy and Action at Victoria University. Russell’s Masters thesis is entitled ‘A quest for ‘something nicer’, grassroots visual communication, participatory culture, student activism and youth'. It explores what effect an undermined student union movement will have on arts-based grassroots community advocacy in Australia. Russell’s research investigates socially responsible practice and youth’s creation and consumption of media.
Russell has extensive professional experience, working for 3 years at one of Australia’s premier design studios Inkahoots, and then subsequently running his own studio Transfer Press. Russell’s screen-printed posters are in the permanent collections of the State Library of Victoria and the Centre for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles.
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