Born in 1974, Glen Smith is an artist working out of Geelong (Melbourne) in Australia. His diverse practice covers painting, printmaking, artists books, installation, public projection, street art and community art. Aesthetically his work has strong influences from urban art and its street level culture. Content wise he often conveys a social commentary within the subtext of his works. Smith has completed nearly 100 group exhibitions to date, including over a dozen solo exhibitions and is represented in various public and private collections in Australia and overseas.
Glen Smith is represented in Geelong by Boom Gallery and Port Jackson Press in Melbourne.
2016 Certificate IV : Training & Assessment - Connect Education
2001 Diploma of Education - Melbourne University
2000 Honours (Printmaking) - R.M.I.T.
1999 - 97 Bachelor of Fine Art (Painting) - R.M.I.T.
1995 - 93 Associate Diploma of Visual Art - Gordon Tafe
1992 Geelong Fine Art School
2017 - 2014 Head of Visual Arts (Oxygen College)
2015 - 2002 Teacher - Art, Photography and Viscom (WHC)
2017 - 2001 Freelance Designer, Photographer & Arts Worker
2017 - 2001 Professional Artist (Sole Trader)
Other relevant Information:
2016 Academic & Industry Advisory Panel (Oxygen College)
2015 - 2001 Chair of the Geelong Arts Alliance
(GAA: Originally affiliated to Regional Arts Victoria)
Boom Gallery (Geelong):
Port Jackson Press - Australia (Melbourne):