2010 PhD (University of South Australia), field – illustration and design of private press books
2007 LCB Professional Certificate in Gastronomy (University of Adelaide)
1985 First Class Honours, Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts and English), Flinders University of South Australia
1976 Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts and English), Flinders University of South Australia
1969 Diploma of Advertising Art, South Australian School of Art
2014 Finalist Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize, South Australian Museum
2014 her place: celebrating International Women’s Day, Inkwell Arts, Leeds, UK, March
2013-2014 Off the Wall, Red Poles, McLaren Vale, December-February
2013 Capriccio, Zu Design, Adelaide, April-May
2011 Curious Wonders, staff exhibition, Adelaide College of the Arts, August
2009 Vita Nuova, Red Poles Gallery, McLaren Vale, October-November
2008 quidnunc, staff exhibition, Adelaide Centre for the Arts, August-September
2001-2003 Paper, “Christine Macgregor’s Private Press Books,” originally delivered at the Adelaide Conference of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand in September 2001, published in BSANZ Bulletin vol. 27, nos. 1 & 2, 2003.
1987- Commissions for design and illustration of dust jackets and covers for Melbourne University Press, Allen & Unwin, Penguin and McPhee Gribble Publishers;
Co-authorship (as illustrator) of children’s picture book Jesse with Tim Winton, published originally by McPhee Gribble, now in Puffin paperback (1987-88), reissued in a new edition, March 2008.
2012- Self-employed illustrator, artist and writer
2010-2012 Principal Lecturer, Visual Arts, TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts, 39 Light Square, Adelaide 5000
1992-2010 Principal Lecturer, Visual Arts, TAFE SA O’Halloran Hill Campus
1988 (May) Appointed Senior Lecturer, Visual Art, at Kingston College of TAFE
1985- Freelance practice as book designer and illustrator
1970-1987 Teacher of Art, Design and English at Cabra College, Walford Anglican School for Girls, Woodlands CEGGS, Muirden Matriculation Centre and Prince Alfred College
IBIS (Imaginative Book Illustration Society)
Guildhouse, South Australia, accredited member