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Dr. Jan Hogan

Head of Discipline (Art)
Head of Studio, Printmaking
Art | School of Creative Arts and Media

Hobart CBD Campuses

Dr Jan Hogan is the Head of Discipline (Art) and the coordinator of Printmaking at the School of Creative Arts and Media, Hunter Street. She is interested in the traces left in the land of past events; geological, organic and sociological.  Her research explores how art processes communicate the affect these traces have on communities. Jan has lived and worked in many remote areas of Australia, which has had a profound impact on her practice-led research.  Her work is held in major galleries around Australia including the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of NSW and Artbank.

Jan Hogan was appointed as coordinator of Printmaking at the School of Creative Arts, Hunter St in 2013.  Before joining the University of Tasmania Jan was teaching Art Theory to undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students at the ANU School of Arts, Canberra. She graduated with a PhD from the ANU School of the Arts, Canberra in 2009 previously gaining a Masters degree there in 1996.  Her undergraduate training was at the National Art School, Sydney and the College of Fine Arts, UNSW. Jan has extensive teaching experience having had an appointment at the Charles Darwin University as printmaking lecturer and taught a range of courses from drawing to Art Theory at the ANU School of Arts, the College of Fine Arts, UNSW, and the National Art School.


Professional practice

Print Council of Australia is a national organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking


➤Contemporary Art Tasmania, peak body for support of contemporary Tasmanian Artists


➤NAVA National Association for the Visual Arts


Committee associations

AAANZ; Art Association of Australia acts as a professional body for the region's art historians, critics, curators, artists, and art students


Administrative expertise

Co-ordinator of Australasian Print Project, Charles Darwin University.  An international cross-cultural dialogue between artists from Arnhem Land, the Philippines, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia


Convenor of Introductory Art Theory Program, ANU School of Art


Manager of Nomad Art Gallery, Canberra


Development and delivery of distance blended learning postgraduate coursework program, ANU



Printmaking, drawing, landscape, environment, cross-cultural, Indigenous Australian Art, Asia Pacific Arts, Art Theory, Contemporary Art, Deleuze, Art-Science dialogues, Phenomenology.