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    Born in Jersey, Channel Islands in 1959, Jill Journeaux studied Fine Art and Sculpture at the Lanchester Polytechnic, Hull School of Art and St. Martins School of Art. She has been exhibiting her drawings, sculptures and paintings since 1980 and her work is in public and private collections in the UK, USA, Portugal, France and Germany. See

    Jill Journeaux convenes Drawing Conversations: an ongoing series of publications, international symposia and exhibitions. See

    Jill Journeaux has held a number of senior posts at Coventry University, including Dean of Coventry School of Art and Design and Head of the Department of Design and Visual Arts. She has contributed to the Art and Design Higher Education Sector through her work for The National Association for Fine Art Education (NAFAE), which she chaired from 2003-7, and her work as a committee member of the Group for Learning in Art and Design (GLAD).

    Jill Journeaux has undertaken work for the Quality Assurance Agency, HEFCE and the CNAA. She was a member of the 2000 Art and Design Benchmarking Group, and has extensive experience as an external examiner at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.


    Research Interests

    Drawing; The domestic crafts; Patterns and patterning, the studio house.

    Vision Statement

    As an artist educator the impetus for my research comes from observations of my own practice and that of others in the field. My art practice is autobiographical and uses narratives drawn from life experiences. The language and vocabulary of my art production is informed by women’s domestic crafts, the decorative arts and folk art. I use drawing, sewing and making to give voice and form to states of being that are internal, psychological and intangible. My pedagogic research is driven by a desire to make explicit how we do what we do in higher education in the art and design disciplines, both in terms of curricula and also with regard to the leadership and management of the complexities of learning through making which characterise our provision.


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