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Education 

1975-1978           BA (Hons) Fine Art Middlesex University

1978-1981           MA RCA (Sculpture) Royal College of Art

1981-1982           Sculpture Fellowship, Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher Education

1982-1984           M.Phil Fine Art, University of Northumbria

Joanna Greenhill has had a successful career in fine art higher education in tandem with her practice as a professional artist. She was Course Director for the MA Fine Art Course at Central Saint Martins 1995-2010 and continues in higher education as a PhD supervisor and examiner.

In 2011 Joanna participated in Project 101, a group video exhibition at the LAB Gallery, New York. In 2012 she was part of the Site Festival, Stroud and the Art Site Festival, Walthamstow with the exhibition Doublefold.  In November and December 2012 she installed a text work at Savage School Window Gallery, Vyner Street, London. ‘Passing’, Joanna’s solo exhibition at Ort Gallery, Birmingham took place in March 2013 and in November she collaborated with the artist Christopher Steadman in ‘as far as never before/I so weit wie noch nie’  in a dual projection at INDEX | gallery, Stroud where Joanna is a co-director. 

Professional Practice: Joanna explored the implications of transient work and how artists engage with process in the seminar programme Fugitive Materials at Tate Modern in 2005-6. In 2010 she curated and exhibited in the show Is This All there Is at the Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, London. In 2009 she exhibited work in: In Between the Lines: A Survey of British Drawings at Trinity Contemporary, London and New York.

Publications: Joanna published a text on the work of Eva Hesse in 2006, Everything in Eva Hesse’s Work was Different….. in Encountering Eva Hesse, Prestell IBSN 3-7913-3309-7, edit G.Pollock & V.Corby pgs 223-249 and has presented papers on Helen Chadwick and Gabriel Orozco. A recent text in 2013 ‘What Dust Will Rise From One Horseman?: An empathetic approach‘ (review of dOCUMENTA (13) was published in INDEX | press issue 2, Spring 2013.

April 2016 : the new becoming old was published by Uniformbooks

For updated news and information on Joanna, please see her LinkedIn profile