David L Hume
I am from Tasmania, Australia, having grown up in the UK. I have spent a number of years living in the Tasmanian bush, from which I have gained a deep appreciation for nature and landscape. I hold a Ph.D from the University of Tasmania - Art History and Theory- and have taught in Australia, the UK, North Africa, Thailand and extensively throughout mainland China, teaching Art and Design History and Theory, Tourism Studies, ESP Art and Design and research and study skills.
My writing ranges across disciplines, including, tourism, fine art - especially ceramic art - and education. Independence, as a writer and teacher, is one of the things I value most, which, to some extent, has caused me to keep on the move, but as a result all my work retains its integrity.
I now live off grid in Southern Tasmania, a return to a lifestyle I first embraced over 30 years ago. There have been many developments since then, making this shift much easier now. I have also returned to a craft I enjoyed many many years before, writing poetry as an expression of place. You can find most of my writing in many genres here. It is not always pretty, and neither should it be...
Blue Nib Literary Magazine http://magazine.thebluenib.com
Nostalgia (July 2017)
Downsizing - a short story in ten poems (July 2017)
Front Bar Waiting (September 2017)
Nature Writing http://magazine.thebluenib.com
A Dream Washed Up (September 2017)
Tourism Art and Souvenirs: The Material Culture of Tourism
Taylor Francis (Routledge Group) ISBN-10: 0415839440 |
Doi Din Dang: The Studio of Somluk Pantiboom
Wildlife as Contemporary Representations of Culture,
Society and Heritage in South East Asia: The Case of the Elephant
Proceedings: Asia Pacific Sociological Association (APSA) Conference Transforming Societies: Contestations and Convergences in Asia and the Pacific
What Shape is your Elephant: A survey of Souvenir Elephant from across South East Asia
Proceedings: International Conference on Tourism and Culture in Asia.
Wu Song – The Age of Plastic
Ceramic Art and Perception 91: 11-14
The Language of Souvenirs A Design Theory for the Production of Tourist Souvenirs:
Three Discrete Groups - the Sampled, Crafted and Representative
Proceedings of the Annual PSU Phuket International Conference 2012
The Genealogy of the Tourist Gaze Part 1: Art History, Anthropology and Souvenirs
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Society, Tourism, Education and Politics.
The development of an English for Specific Purposes / Content Language Integrated Learning course for the emerging design and creative industries in the Peoples Republic of China
Proceedings of the ESP Asia 2010
Temporary: The other possible operation of contemporary art museums
Touch: an independent review of ceramic work by Peter Battaglenn and Sara Wright
Ceramic Art and Perception 77: 22–24
The development of souvenirs: the arc of the boomerang
International Journal of Tourism Research Vol. 11, Issue 1, pages 55–70, January/February 2009
Ceramic Sculpture: Fifth Biennial Art Exhibition at the China Art Academy, Hangzhou
Ceramic Art and Perception 70: 62–68
The peasants are coming: Factory 798 Soul collection gallery, Beijing
Ceramic Art and Perception 65: 57–59
Three Nudes: Spring Palace Painting
Ceramic Art and Perception 62: 58–61
Art and the Tourist gaze, three discrete categories of souvenir:
Sampled, Crafted and Representative
Proceedings from the Australian Council of Art and Design Schools Conference 2003
Wunderkammer 02: Art and craft from Tasmania and Far North Queensland
that addresses the activity of souveniring place through the agency of the tourist gaze.
Current Issues In Tourism Volume 7, Issue 4-5, October 2004, pages 449-455
The strength of the Koorie line: Hunter – Gatherer Representations in Aboriginal tourist art of South East Australia
Proceedings from the 9th Conference on Hunters and Gatherers. Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh
Shed at CAST (Contemporary Art Services Tasmania) Gallery
Earth Unplugged at Entrepôt Gallery, Centre for the Arts,
Tasmanian School of Art University of Tasmania
Pottery Australia, Volume 40 #2 June 2001
Souvenirs: Bringing the holiday home
Exhibition catalogue. The School of Visual and Performing Arts, University of Tasmania, Launceston.