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SIMPSON, Professor Harold John (John)

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Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,

I noted on your recent list,

"Professor Simpson adopted the ideals of Bauhaus and introduced an ‘intermediate’ year during which students worked in all media, specialising in fields of their choice in subsequent years. He introduced further specialisations into the School, including film, photography, and graphic design. Art History was established as a department of the School, offering courses for BA and BFA degrees and later at doctoral levels. He was Vice President of the Canterbury Society of Arts for nine years and was on the Society’s Council for 28 years. For six years he served on Board of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council. He was chief examiner of both School Certificate and University Entrance Practical Art for almost eight years, introducing the Bauhaus option into the art history part of the curriculum. He co-founded the Design Association of New Zealand and served on the Executive. He was a member of government appointed design committees for decimal coinage and bank notes, and the Advisory Council for the selection of New Zealand postage stamps. Professor Simpson gave works from his collection to Christchurch Gallery Te Puna o Waihetū in 2017."

May I request that you supply the name of other member who was on the government appointed design committees for decimal coinage and bank notes, and the Advisory Council for the selection of New Zealand postage stamps. Also, their bio if you have them. Term of reference for both group and it's member's pay rate. How did you call for public express of interest for these roles and what agency/website you used to advertised the role for these two groups.

Yours faithfully,

john luke

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Decimal currency was introduced in 1967 and design work would have ben started long before that.

Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web in 1989.

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