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artist , educator , photographer

Arthur Richard Dickson, American artist, educator, photographer. Certified Japanese and Korean language teacher, New South Wales. Organizer Nyngan Comty. Center, Eora Technology School, Sydney. With United States Navy, 1955-1959. Member New South Wales Teachers Federation (representative member, school representative 1991-1997), Western Area Education (teacher 1975-1977).

Background

Dickson, Arthur Richard was born on February 6, 1936 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Arrived in Australia, 1975. Son of Charles Ambrose and Margaret Mary (Gormley) Dickson.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Education and Fine Arts, Temple University, 1964.

Career

Teacher Mount Pleasant School, Wilmington, Delaware, 1964-1969, Pottstown (Pennsylvania) School, 1969-1973, St. Gabriel's School, Pottsville, Pennsylvania, 1973-1975, New South Wales, Australia, since 1975, Rivers Grammar School, Boston, 1981-1983, Hills Grammar School, 1983-1986, Bahrain National School, 1989-1991.

Achievements

  • Certified Japanese and Korean language teacher, New South Wales.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in group shows, Australia, United States, The Netherlands. Contributor photographs Education Australia Magazine, 1997.

Membership

Organizer Nyngan Comty. Center, Eora Technology School, Sydney. With United States Navy, 1955-1959.

Member New South Wales Teachers Federation (representative member, school representative 1991-1997), Western Area Education (teacher 1975-1977).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Caving, scuba diving, hiking, letter writing, reading.

Connections

father:
Charles Ambrose Dickson

mother:
Margaret Mary (Gormley) Dickson