Clio has completed a Diploma in Fine Arts from Whitecliffe College of Art & Design, majoring in Sculpture/Installation Art as well as completing a year of business at AUT with majoring in Marketing.
Clio works at Hungry Creek Art & Craft School as Administrator and Marketing Coordinator.
Art History: Maree Wilson
Maree is a practicing artist who has taught on various visual arts programs for the past 25 years. Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Auckland and a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Melbourne. Maree exhibits regularly and her work is held in public and private collections.
Sculpture: Kelsey Stankovich
M.A.D (Visual) AUT University. Kelsey Stankovich is a practicing artist who graduated from a Master of Art & Design from AUT University in 2014. Kelsey belongs to different artist collectives including being a co-director for Glovebox, an artist run space on Aucklands Karangahape Rd. She is also a member of Public Share, an Artist collective engaged in sharing and production. Public Share combines object making and site exploration with social engagement and critique.
Painting and Ceramics: Richard Darbyshire
Diploma in 3D Design (ceramics major), Waikato Polytechnic. Diploma in Art & Craft (Advanced) (painting major), Hungry Creek Art & Craft School. Bachelor in Applied Arts, NorthTec Richard is a working artist who exhibits new work every year, in both solo and group shows. He worked as a potter for ten years, and continues to create ceramic artworks.
Technical and Practical Skills Tutor: Lisa Woods
Dip, Teaching Early Childhood Education, Cert Adv Craft Diamond Mounting, Sir John Cass, London, B.A. (Hons) Degree Art and Design, Jewellery, Central St Matins School of Art London. Lisa left New Zealand in 1982 and lived overseas mostly in England, returning in 1994. She taught Jewellery on an itinerant basis at A.S.A, M.I.T, Unitec and currently at Hungry Creek part-time since 2004. Lisa has a private studio where she works on commissions and Gallery pieces.
Jewellery Design Tutor: Andrea Daly
Andrea is a practicing jeweller who works from her own studio. Bachelor and Post Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts majoring in Contemporary Jewellery at Sydney College of the Arts. Masters in Philosophy First Class Honors majoring in Art History at Auckland University. Andrea exhibits nationally and internationally and is held in both public and private collections. Andrea has been involved in teaching on numerous night courses, weekend workshops and guest lecturer spots as well as being a lecturer at Manukau Institute of Technology, in the Visual Arts Degree Course, until 2004.