Verity Prideaux is a lecturer in the Bachelor of Arts Textile Design program at RMIT.
Veruty is the first year level coordinator and her teaching responsibilities include lecturer for first year courses GRAP2330/1 Textile Studio, second year courses GRAP2338/9 Textile Design – surface design and the GRAP2289 Textile Design print elective.
Verity’s main area of interest is surface pattern design for hand and digitally printed textiles. An underlying issue of her practice is the preservation and dissemination of traditional hand printing skills and repeat systems.
- Master of Arts (Textile Design)
- Bachelor of Arts (Textile Design)
- Diploma of Multimedia and Electronic Design
- Wahr, F.,Underwood, J.,Adams, L.,Prideaux, V. (2013). Three academics' narratives in transforming curriculum for education for sustainable development In: Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 29, 97 - 116
- Prideaux, V. (2011). A legacy of day In: Sensorial Loop - 1st Tamworth Textile Triennial Tamworth, Australia
- Prideaux, V. (2010). Creativity vs Responsibility In: Fashion: Sustainability and Creativity, Conference Proceedings, IFFTI 2010, Taipai, Taiwan, 23 - 26 March 2010
- Lynas, E.,Prideaux, V.,Underwood, J. (2008). Technology for design's sake In: FINZ Education Conference 2008. The Future of Fashion, New Zealand, 7-8 August, 2008