Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Richard Fahey as Principal Supervisor
Treadwell, Sarah (2018). Keeping watch : fabricating a space of hesitation (Master of Design)
Eves, Vaimoana (2017). The space connecting - meaningful exchange : exploring aspects of the making and apprehension of artwork through material investigation and participation (Master of Design)
Ellis, Stephen (2014). Floating bodies : reconciling image and object through drawing (Master of Design)
Lomiwes, Clarence (2013). The reframed portrait : redefining the roles of the artist and sitter within the genre of portraiture (Master of Design)
Roberts, Kirsten (2013). An investigation of interiority : beyond the boundaries of subject and into the practIce of painting (Master of Design)
Stewart, Jean (2012). The nuances of human stories and the language of paint (Master of Design)
McIver, Ann Jeannette (2012). Navigating the arteries of loss: A figurative ceramic exploration of the human condition in situations of loss (Master of Design)
Malone, Peter David (2011). [Liberation by desecration] (Master of Design)
Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Richard Fahey as Associate Supervisor
Abercrombie, Yvonne (2017). Self discovery through figurative painting (Master of Design)
Blinkhorne, Amy (2014). Everyday liminality (Master of Design)
Boyle, Audrey (2014). The knot not and the knot now (Master of Design)
Vaughan, Adrienne (2012). The metamorphosis of pictorial space (as experienced in a painting practice) (Master of Design)
Stevenson, Serena Giovanna (2010). Beyond documentary : an investigation into the benefits of collaborative multi media story telling techniques. (Master of Design)
Fahey, R., Paton, K., Lange, P., Hedlund, C., & Goody, M. (2017). Participation in a Panel Discussion on the values and operations of 'collecting'. Auckland Festival of Ceramics, Objectspace, Auckland.
Fahey, R. (2016). Sole Judge, Presenter at public floor talk, Author of catalogue. Molly Morpeth Canaday Art Award 2016, Te koputu a te whanga a Toi: Whakatane Library and Exhibition Centre, Whakatane, New Zealand.
Fahey, R., and Gogarty, A. (2013). Commissioned Catalogue Essay; 'Neither Fish Nor Fowl', Annual Portage Ceramic Exhibition. the Silo Exhibition Space, Auckland. The 2013 Portage Ceramic Catalogue, ISBN 978-0-9876597-9-8.
Fahey, R., Elliot, M., Wen, S.T., and Dewald, G. (2012). Environmental Manifestation: Manifesting of Society and Environment. 2012 Taiwan Ceramics Biieennale. "Ceramic Visions" Catalogue, ISBN 978-986-03-2862-2.
Fahey, R. (2011). Public presentation as part of the Auckland's Arts Festival. Curator's discussion of the iconoclastic pottery of Peter Hawkesby as a part of the exhibition "Playing with Fire" 16th April. The Gus Fisher Gallery, The Kenneth Myers Centre, the university of Auckland, 74 Shortland St.
Fahey, R. (2011). Publication of Chief Examiners Report. National Certificate of Educational Achievement. Level 3, Scholarship submissions in the Visual Arts; Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture. http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/scholarship/scholarship-subjects/scholarship-visual-arts/.
Fahey, R., Lange, P., Paton, J., Blakely, R., O'connor, D., Scott, D., Cornish, B., Riddell, B., Brickell, B., Nealie, C., Parker, J., Wilkinson, T., Lloyd, B., Dentice, L., Twiss, G., Smout, B., Newby, S., Shaw, P., Clarke, P., Miles, A., Shearer, D., and Stratton, R. (2011). Author of chapter "Where Do I Sign Up For Pottery Classes?" in the book "Playing with Fire" Published by the Centre for New Zealand Art Research and Discovery, National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries, The University of Auckland. 'Playing with Fire', ISBN 978-0-958281-1-3 (Vol. pp 230 -235).
Fahey, R. (2011). Public Presentation: Curator's floortalk describing the editorial and curatorial premise for the survey exhibtion of 'Richard Parker: Objectspace Master of Craft' 26th March. Objectspace Gallery, Ponsonby Auckland.
Fahey, R. (2011). Convenor of panel discussion, 30th April, about the inaugural New Zealand ceramics symposium called "lucky 13" held in Dunedin in 1989. Panelists: Moyra Elliot, Christine Thacker, Peter Lange, Merilyn Wiseman and Bronwyn Cornish. Objectspace Gallery, Ponsonby Auckland.
Fahey, R. (2009). Publication of Chief Examiners Report. National Certificate of Educational Achievement. Level 3, Scholarship submissions in the Visual Arts; Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture. http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/scholarship/scholarship-subjects/scholarship-visual-arts/.
Fahey, R. (2009). "Colonial Shino: A case study of cultural importation translation and transaction". 'Making Futures: The Crafts in the Context of Emerging Global Sustainability Agendas", Making Futures Vol.1 ISSN 2042-1664 (Vol. 1).
Fahey, R., Dr Craig, D., Elliot, M., and Dr Thompson, C. (2008). "Clay Economies" Editors Fahey, R. Clark, P.
Chapter: Travels to the muddied provinces". Publication: 'Clay Economies', ISBN 978-0-9582811-1-9 (Vol. pp 10 - 17).
Fahey, R., Dr Craig, D., Elliot, M., and Dr Thompson, C. (2008). Panel Discussion on August 28, Auckland University of Technology.
Convenor: Philip Clark, Director of Objectspace.
Participants: Richard Fahey, Moyra Elliot. Dr Christopher Thompson. Dr David Craig.
Discussion: The production and consumption of contemporary ceramics within New Zealand. Auckland University of Technology.
Fahey, R., and Parker, R. (2006). Presentation at the Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland University about the ceramic art of Estelle and Bruce Martin. Gus Fisher Gallery. The Kenneth Myers Centre, Auckland University Shortland Street.
Grieve, F., Fahey, R., & Grieve, K. (2005). Thinking beyond the parameters of discipline. Presented to the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators Conference, Te Whakatere 'Navigating the Arts in the Pacific', 18-21 April, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Grieve, F., Fahey, R., & Grieve, K. (2005). Drawing a cognitive activity. Presented to the Te Whakatere 'Navigating the Arts in the Pacific', Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators Conference, 18-21 April, Palmerston North, New Zealand.