2005 Creative Fellows
The diversity of Creative Fellowship projects undertaken in previous years reflects the Library's place as a hub of intellectual inquiry and discourse across a broad range of disciplines. The following recipients received funded fellowships from the Library.
The art of print: documentation of European illustrated printed books c1470–1550.
Dr Fiona Capp
Novel manuscript: Once an outlaw.
Manuscript: Magic words: an exploration of the life and art of Will Alma.
Manuscript: Horror, calamity and graphthos in Victorian popular illustrated news in Melbourne 1875–1877
Golden threads: an opera.
Manuscript: The Nunawading Messiah and the chosen people of Victoria.
Play manuscript: Bergasse 19: the apartments of Sigmund Freud.
Dr Paul Paffen
Manuscript: War and peace: H Septimus Power and M Napier Waller and the murals of the State Library of Victoria.
A medieval bestiary representing some of the people and animals Europeans believed existed on the Great Southern continent.
Manuscript: Tracing the line: an analysis of the development of the architecture of William Pitt.
Manuscript: Sybil Craig: art and archive.
Christian Bumbarra Thompson
Manuscript: A reinterpretation of Percy Leason's Aboriginal paintings.
Manuscript: The chronicles of unaccompanied minors.
Manuscript: Defending the homestead: representations of Aboriginal and settler violence in colonial and late-colonial Australian popular culture.
Manuscript: Sea of many returns.