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SOLO, TWO, AND THREE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

Undone., Venue TBC, Melbourne (2025) *coming up

Transcend, /trænˈsend/, Radiant Pavilion, Virtual, Melbourne (2021)

Full Circle, Radiant Pavilion, Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne (2019) 

Keepsake, Radiant Pavilion, Bundoora Homestead, Melbourne (2017)

It's Always Darkest Just Before Dawn: Radiant Pavilion, Melbourne (2015)

It's Always Darkest Just Before Dawn: GSW, Adelaide (2015)

These Moments Existed: Grunwald Gallery, Bloomington (2013)

Hint of a Memory: Metalab Gallery, Sydney (2009)

The Temporary Nature of Things: Pieces of Eight, Melbourne (2008)

The Temporary Nature of Things: Grunwald Gallery, Bloomington (2008)

The Little Things: Studio Ingot, Melbourne (2007)

SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2024

Kin, West Space, Melbourne
Island Welcome
, Regional Tour, Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery, Port Pirie

2023

Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Island Welcome, Regional Tour, Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, Murray Bridge

2022

Island Welcome: Gallery Central, Perth

2021

Time Capsule, New York or Bloomington

LA Art Show, Charon Kransen, Los Angeles

Paused, Civic Centre, City of Whittlesea, Melbourne

2020

Linden Postcard Show, Linden New Art, St Kilda

LA Art Show, Charon Kransen, Los Angeles

Palm Beach Jewelry & Art Show, Charon Kransen, West Palm Beach

2019

CCP Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

Linden Postcard Show, Linden New Art, St Kilda

New York Jewelry Week, Represented by Charon Kransen, New York

What is it with earrings?, Bilk Gallery, Canberra

Island Welcome: Australian Design Centre, Sydney

Island Welcome: Migration Museum, Adelaide

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen, Chicago

Palm Beach Jewelry & Art Show, Charon Kransen, West Palm Beach

2018

To Have and to Hold: The Daalder Collection of Contemporary Jewellery, 

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Island Welcome: Craft, Melbourne

NY Jewelry Week: Charon Kransen: New York

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen, Chicago

Palm Beach Jewelry & Art Show: Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

2017

Form Miami: Represented by Charon Kransen: Miami Beach

CCP Salon: Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

Victorian Craft Award (finalist): Craft, Melbourne

Market Art + Design: Charon Kransen: The Bridgehampton Museum

Guildhouse 50: Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

Palm Beach Jewelry & Art Show: Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

2016

CCP Salon: Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

Guildhouse 50: Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

A fine possession - Jewellery and identity: Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

Art Palm Springs: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

2015

Victorian Craft Award (finalist): fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne

A fine possession: Jewellery and identity: Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

Pieces of Eight 10 Year Anniversary Exhibition, Melbourne

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

Art Palm Springs: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

2014    

A fine possession: Jewellery and identity: Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

40th Anniversary Fundraising Auction (Arts Project), Leonard Joel, Melbourne

Jewellery From Down Under: Taboo Studio, San Diego

The Invisible Link: C3 Contemporary, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne

I Do. ... Do I? East Carolina Uni; Appalachian Center for Craft, East Carolina

Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor: Latrobe Regional Gallery, Latrobe
Art Palm Springs: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

2013

Mentor/Mentored: JamFactory, Adelaide

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

Unnatural Acts: 2Danks St, NSW; The National, Wellington

I Do. ... Do I? Grunwald Gallery, Bloomington

365 Cups: a cup a day: Worth Gallery, Adelaide

Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor: Hurstville City Museum & Gallery, NSW; Tamworth Regional Gallery, NSW; Gosford Regional Gallery, NSW; Rockhampton Art Gallery, QLD; Toowoomba, QLD; Logan Art Gallery, QLD

Art Palm Springs: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

2012    

Unnatural Acts: Craft, Melbourne

InterGALACTIC: Dunedin Fine Art Center, Dunedin

Ontketend (Jewellery Unleashed!): Museum Bellerive, Zurich

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor: Bunbury Regional Art Gallery; Wagga Wagga Regional Galler; Grafton Regional Gallery; JamFactory: Craft + Design

PalmBeach3: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

New Australian Contemporary Decorative Arts: Art Gallery of South Australia

2011    

Ontketend (Jewellery Unleashed!): Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem

Unnatural Acts: Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco

Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor: Gallery Artisan, Brisbane

Pieces of Fate: Pieces of Eight: Melbourne

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

Extra Extra 011110: The Library Artspace: Melbourne

PalmBeach3: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

I Heart Jewellery: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

2010    

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

By Example-Australian Contemp. Jewellery: Museum of Arts + Crafts, Itami

PalmBeach3: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

Christmas Show: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

Hang Around: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

2009    

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: New York

PalmBeach3: Represented by Charon Kransen: West Palm Beach

It's got legs: G&S Post Grad/Alumni Award: RMIT School of Art, Melbourne

Collectors Cabinet: Courtesy of the Artist: Metalab, Sydney

It's Simple, They Match: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

2008

SoFA New York: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

SoFA Chicago: Represented by Charon Kransen: Chicago

Refined Abundance: Charon Kransen-Judge: SFA School of Art, Nacogdoches

Flip Side: Velvet da Vinci: San Francisco

Earring Show: Velvet da Vinci: SNAG, Savannah

Reflections in Metal: Fuller Space: Bloomington

Zu Presents, Presents at Zu: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

The Devil’s in the Detail: Craft Central: London

2007

Earring Show: Velvet da Vinci Gallery: San Francisco

The Gavel: Fuller Space: Bloomington

Driven: SNAG Juried Student Slide Show: Memphis

Next + Now: SNAG Juried Student Exhibition, Metal Museum: Memphis

Indiana 7: Clara M. Eagle Gallery: Murray State University, Murray

Catch On II: COEX Convention and Exhibition Centre, Seoul

MFA Metals: SoFA Gallery: Bloomington

2006

Thoughts Materialized: Mars Gallery: Chicago

Necklace Show: Velvet da Vinci: San Francisco

Wrapped: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

Catch On: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

MFA Metals: SoFA Gallery: Bloomington

2005

Out Of Hand: Studio Ingot: Melbourne

Atrium Show: JamFactory: Adelaide

Christmas at Zu: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

2004

Finale ’05: Kintolai Gallery: Adelaide

Marzee Graduate Show: Galerie Marzee: Nijmegen

Graduate Metal 9: Student Exhibition Australia & New Zealand: Melbourne

Ring In: JamFactory: Adelaide

Christmas at Zu: Zu Design Jewellery + Objects: Adelaide

2003

JamFactory Biennial Exhibition: Gallery 1 JamFactory: Adelaide

Ayers House Museum: National Trust of SA Inaugural Exhibition: Adelaide

Cities of Gold and Silver: Craft ACT: Canberra

Techno Fetish IV: Union Art Space RMIT: Melbourne

2002

Friends of Craft Exhibition: Steps Gallery: Melbourne

Entwine: First Site Gallery RMIT: Melbourne

Techno Fetish III: Union Art Space RMIT: Melbourne

2001

Techno Fetish II: Union Art Space RMIT: Melbourne

Gold and Silversmithing Student Show: Faculty Gallery RMIT: Melbourne

2000

Excessorise: Sofitel Hotel on Collins: Melbourne

AWARDS

> Victorian Craft Award - Finalist (2017)

   Excellence in the crafts. Craft Victoria, Melbourne

> Victorian Craft Award - Finalist (2015)

   Excellence in the crafts. Craft Victoria, Melbourne

> Alma Eikerman Award - Co-winner (2008)
   Metalsmithing & Jewellery Design, Indiana University (IU), Bloomington

> Women’s Jewelry Association - 3rd Place (2007)

   For Jewellery Design, New York

> Robert Harrison Award - Co-winner (2007)

   Excellence Metalsmithing & Jewelry Design, IU, Bloomington

> Robert Harrison Award - Winner (2006)

   Excellence Metalsmithing & Jewelry Design, IU, Bloomington

> Emerging Artist Award - Winner (2002)

   Friends of Craft, Melbourne

COLLECTIONS

> Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen

> Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

> Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Melbourne

> Bluestone Collection, Melbourne

> Private Collections in Australia and overseas

COMMISSIONS & PUBLIC ART

> Australia Council for the Arts (2010)
   Emeritus Awards. Sydney

> Dandelion Garden: Collaborative Public Art Project (2005)
   With Sue Lorraine, Kath Inglis and Katrina Freene. JamFactory. Adelaide

SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & RESIDENCIES

> Arts Leaders Residential, Australia Council for the Arts (2023)

   Jakarta, Indonesia

> Arts Leaders Residential, Australia Council for the Arts (2023)

   O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat, Brisbane

> Arts Leaders Residential, Australia Council for the Arts (2022)

   Digital Retreat, National

> Development Residency - Arts Project Australia (2017)
   Venice Biennale, Documenta14 & Skulptur Projekte Münster

> Office of International Services Scholarship (2008 & 2007)
   Indiana University, Bloomington

> Brooke Marks-Swanson Scholarship (2007)
   Indiana University, Bloomington

> Graduate Fellowship (2007)   
   Indiana University, Bloomington

> Residency: Technical Assistant Scholarship (2006)   

   Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Bloomington

> Graduate Fellowship (2005)   

   Indiana University, Bloomington

> Residency: Mary Foote Fellowship (2005)   
   Mary Anderson Center for Arts, Mt St Francis

REPRESENTATION

> Charon Kransen, New York (2008—2023)

> Pieces of Eight, Melbourne (2008—2020)

> Studio Ingot, Melbourne (2005—2008)

EDUCATION

> Cert. IV Entrepreneurship & New Business (2024)
   Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne

> Master of Fine Art - Distinction (2008)
   Indiana University, Bloomington

> Associate - Career Development Scheme (2005)

   JamFactory: Contemporary Craft and Design, Adelaide

> Graduate Diploma - Arts Management (2004)

   University of South Australia, Adelaide

> Bachelor of Fine Art - Distinction (2003)

   Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne

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EXPERIENCE & DEVELOPMENT
Entrepreneurship & New Business, RMIT (2024)
> Co-founder, Art et al., International Platform (2020-)

> Arts Leaders Program, Australia Council for the Arts (2022-23)

> Board Member, Public Galleries Association of Victoria (2021-24)

> Curator + Gallery Manager, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne (2008-24)

> Presenter, Innovation in Disability Employment, Flinders University (2022)

Contributor, Sensoria: Access & Agency: Artlink, Adelaide (2022)

> Selection Panel, Victorian Contemporary Craft Award (2021)

> Presenter, Res Artis Conference Bangkok 'Defining the Next Decade' (2021)

> Chair, Best practice approaches for working inclusively, PGAV/NETS (2020)

> Acquisitions Committee Member, City of Whittlesea, South Morang (2019-)

> Board Member, Deputy Chair, Craft Victoria, Melbourne (2018-2021)

> Member, World Crafts Council - Australia, Melbourne (2019-)

> Advisory Group, Decentring Australian Art, University of Melbourne (2019-)

> Board Member, Vice President, Northcity4, Melbourne (2019-2021)

> Co-presenter, Creative Currency Conference, Arts Education Victoria (2020)

> Presenter, In Focus Curator Forum, Ballarat Foto Biennale (2019)

> Presenter Yield Forum, Griffith Art Gallery, Griffith (2019)

> Professional Development Art Fairs, New York (FEB-MAR 2019)
> Professional Development Outsider Art Fair, New York (JAN 2019)

> Advisory Panel Creative Victoria, Melbourne (2018-)

> Accredited Membership Craft Victoria (2013 - 2019)

> Presenter European Outsider Art Conference, London (2018)

> Panel Women, Art & Feminism in Australia Symposium, Melbourne (2018)

> Professional Development Collections Management, PGAV, Sale (2018)

> Presenter & Coordinator National Supported Studio Conference (2017)

> Prof. Development Curatorial Intensive, Ian Potter, Melbourne (2017)

> Research Venice Biennale, Documenta & Skulptur Projekte Münster (2017)

> Research Independent, The Armory Show & NADA, New York (2015, 2017)

> Judge Craft Fresh!, Melbourne (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)

> Steering Committee Supported Studio Network (SSN) (2015 - 2018)

> Professional Jewellery Membership, Klimt02 (2015, 2016)

> General Membership National Gallery of Victoria (2015, 2016)

> Presenter New Zealand Outsider Art Fair, Auckland (2016)

> Professional Development Leadership Victoria Intensive, Melbourne (2015)

> Presenter Social Impact - Arts Project Australia, Brisbane (2015)

> Professional Development Leadership Coaching, Melbourne (2010)

> Professional Development Senior Executives Forum, Melbourne (2009)

> Research SoFA Chicago (2007)

KEY GRANTS (ART PRACTICE)

> Whittlesea Creative Communities Fund (2021)
   $2,000, City of Whittlesea, Melbourne

> Australia Council for the Arts, Mid-Career Artist Grant (2015)
   $20,000, Australia Council, Sydney

> Australia Council for the Arts, ArtStart Grant (2011)
   $10,000, Australia Council, Sydney

> Australia Council for the Arts, Emerging Artist Grant (2008)
   $10,000, Australia Council, Sydney

> Grant-In-Aid of Research (2008)

   College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington

> Technical Assistance Grant (2006)
   Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle

> Travel Grant (2006)

   College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington

> Travel Grant (2004)

   College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington

> South Australian Youth Arts Board (SAYAB) (2004)

   Travel Grant, Adelaide

KEY GRANTS (ARTS SECTOR)

> Organisations Investment Program | 4-year Funding (2022)

   $400,000: Creative Victoria, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> International Engagement Grant (2022)

   $30,000: Australia Council, Arts Project Australia | Art et al., Melbourne

> Organisation - Visual Arts Grant (2021)

   $100,000: Australia Council, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> DFAT Grant (2021) (co-authored)
   $40,000: Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, Arts Project Australia,  

   Slominski Projects and Jennifer Lauren Gallery, International partnership

> International Project Grant (2020) (co-authored)
   $48,300: Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Project Australia, Slominski

   Projects and Jennifer Lauren Gallery, International partnership

> Limb Family Foundation Grant (2019) (co-authored)
   $100,000: Limb Family Foundation, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Marketing Grant (2018) (co-authored)
   $24
,000: The Jack Brockhoff Foundation, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Program Grant (2017)

   $29,000: Australia Council, Curatorial, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> VicArts Grant (2017)
   $40,000: Creative Victoria, Arts Project Australia Exhibitions, Melbourne

> VicArts Grant (2016)
   $12,000: Creative Victoria, Tell 'em I'm dead, curated by Suzanne Brown,

   Peter Douglas & Eden Menta, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> VicArts Grant (2015)

   $12,000: Creative Victoria, Terry Williams Soft Sculptures, Arts Project 

   Australia, curated by Ricky Swallow, White Columns, New York

> Project Grant (2015) 

   $10,094: Australia Council, It takes more than 140 characters to write

   a novel curated by Dr Vince Alessi, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Community Partnerships Grant (2014)
   $34,125: Arts Victoria, KMKY (curated by Linda Judge), Melbourne

> Exhibition Development Fund Grant (2014) 

   $10,000: NETS Victoria, Polaroid Project, Peter Atkins & Alan Constable 

> VicArts Grant (2014)

   $20,000: Arts Victoria, Polaroid Project (Peter Atkins & Alan Constable),

   Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Arts Grant Program (2013)

   $16,000: City of Melbourne, Small Universe, Arts Project Australia,

   curated by Glenn Dalton & Ching Yee Ng, Melbourne

> Project Grant (2012)

   $10,000: Besen Family Foundation, Knowing Me Knowing You,

   curated by Linda Judge, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Minor Works Grant (2012)

   Disability Services, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Sidney Myer Fund Grant (2008)
   $100,000: Gallery infrastructure, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> New Perspectives Grant (2007)

   $20,000; Co-authored with Prof. Randy Long & Dr Nicole Jacquard: Indiana 

   University, Bloomington

> Conferences & Workshops Grant (2006)

   Arts Sciences & Humanities Institute: Co-authored by Prof. Randy Long &

   Dr Nicole Jacquard: Indiana University, Bloomington

> FASA Grant (2006) 

   Co-authored with Prof. Randy Long: Indiana University, Bloomington

PUBLICATIONS & PUBLICITY

Sensoria: Access & Agency: Artlink (2022)

   Arts Project Australia: Raising the bar through collaborative

   partnerships. Essay. Artlink, Adelaide.

> Nicolas Estrada (2020)

   New Bracelets. Promopress: Barcelona.

> NETS Victoria (2019)
   Let Go And Just Do It. Essay. FEM-aFFINITY Essay, National Touring Exhibition

   Publication, Curated by Dr Catherine Bell, Melbourne.

> Self-published (2019)

   Full Circle. Publication. Produced by Linda Hughes, Sim Luttin & Katrina

   Tyler. Essay by Sarah Bond, Melbourne.

> Nicolas Estrada (2018)

   New Brooches. Promopress: Barcelona. p145 & 159.

> Self-published (2017)

   Keepsake. Produced by Kirrily Hammond and Sim Luttin.
   Essay by Dr Jessica Neath. Melbourne
.

> Arts Project Australia (2017)

   Leo Cussen: Golden Years. Monograph. Editor & essay. Melbourne.

> Daniela Malev (2017)

   To The Point. Artist. Edition Winterwork: Borsdorf. p30, 31.

> Nicolas Estrada (2016)

   New Necklaces. Artist. Promopress: Barcelona. p42, 59.

> Arts Project Australia (2016)

   Terry Williams. Rhythms of the Handmade. Monograph. Editor
   & Essay. Melbourne.

> Arts Project Australia (2016)

   Lisa Reid. The Devil's in the Detail. Monograph.
   Editor & Essay. Melbourne.

> Self-published (2015)

   It's Always Darkest Just Before Dawn. Editor. Essay by Ramona Barry.

   Adelaide and Melbourne.

> Claire Brooks (2015)   

   It's Always Darkest Just Before Dawn. Blog. Adelaide. 29 May 2015.

> Nicolas Estrada (2013)

   New Earrings. Promopress: Barcelona. p192.

> Wall Street International (2013)

   Shift, Metal. These Moments Existed: Sim Luttin. New York.. 29 Jan 2014. 

> Dan Cormier & Tracy Holmes (2011)

   Relief Beyond Belief. Canada. p6.

> Nicolas Estrada (2011)

   New Rings. Promopress. Barcelona. p41, 197, 239, back cover.

> Lark Crafts (2011)

   21st Century Jewelry. Asheville. p340.

> Lark Crafts (2011)

   500 Silver Jewellery Designs. Asheville. p56, 297.

> Pieces of Eight (2011)

   Piece of the Day: Dark Matter. Pieces of Eight, Melbourne.

> The Museum of Arts and Crafts (2010)

   By Example. ITAMI/Sydney College of the Arts: Japan/Sydney. p65, 66, 114.

> Lark Books (2010)

   30-Minute Rings. Asheville. p8, 84, 90, 122.

> Lark Books (2009)

   30-Minute Earrings. Asheville. p66.

> Pieces of Eight (2008)

   The Temporary Nature of Things. Catalogue, Melbourne.

> Lark Books (2008)

   Wrap, Stitch, Fold + Rivet. Asheville.

> Lark Books (2008)

   Modern Jewelry from Modular Parts. Asheville. p23, 37, 120.

> Lark Books (2008)

   500 Pendants + Lockets. Asheville. p247.

> IU News Room (2008)

   Miniature Metals Indiana. Indiana University News, Bloomington.

> Lark Books (2007)

   500 Earrings. Asheville. p245.

> Lark Books (2006)

   500 Necklaces. Asheville. p10.

SELECT CURATORIAL PROJECTS

> Art et al. Curatorial Platform (2020-)

   Co-curator/founder/producer with Lisa Slominski and Jennifer Gilbert (UK)

> Intersect | Art et al. (2022)

   Co-curator: Arts Project Australia, Collingwood Yards, Melbourne

> Season One | Art et al. (2022)

   Co-curator: Cromwell Place, London

> Who Are We Now? | Art et al. (2021)

   Curator, Arts Project Australia, Collingwood Yards, Melbourne

> Arts Project Spring1883 (2021)

   Curator & Exhibition Design: Collingwood Yards Satellite, Melbourne

> Where The Art Is (2021)

   Curator, Arts Project Australia, Collingwood Yards, Melbourne

> Mapping Our Future (2020)

   Curator, COVID-19 virtual exhibitions: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Arts Project Spring1883 (2019)

   Curator & Exhibition Design: The Establishment, Sydney

> Petite Pop (2019)

   Curator, group exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Sofitel Melbourne

> Our Life, Our World (2019)

   Curator, group exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Pop: Reflections On Popular Culture (2018)

   Co-Curator: Wangaratta Art Gallery, Wangaratta

> Arts Project Spring1883 (2018)

   Curator & Exhibition Design: Hotel Windsor, Melbourne

> Pop! (2018)

   Curator, group exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Arts Project Melbourne Art Fair (2018, 2014, 2012, 2010)

   Curator, Co-Curator & Exhibition Design: Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne

> Arts Project Spring1883 (2017)

   Curator & Exhibition Design: The Hotel Windsor, Melbourne

> Keepsake (2017)
   Co-curator, Radiant Pavilion, Bundoora Homestead, Melbourne

> Leo Cussen: Golden Years (2017)

   Curator, solo exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Disparate Lands (2017)

   Co-curator, group exhibition: CLIMARTE, The Guild, Melbourne

> Terry Williams: Rhythms of the Handmade (2016)
   Co-curator, solo exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Landmarks (2016)
   Co-Curator, group exhibition: Counihan Gallery, Melbourne

> Wild Lands (2016)
   Co-Curator, group exhibition: Linden New Art, Melbourne

> Signature Style (2016)
   Curator, group exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Lisa Reid: The Devil's in the Detail (2015)
   Curator, solo exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> It's Always Darkest Just Before Dawn (2015)
   Curator & Artist, solo exhibition: Gray Street Workshop, Adelaide

> Provocations: Inimitable Voices, The Body & Progressive Thinking (2015)

   Curator, film screenings: Gray Street Workshop, Adelaide

> Altered Vistas (2015)

   Co-curator, group exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Down The Rabbit Hole (2015)

   Curator, group exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> 6° of Separation (2014)

   Curator, group exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Alan Constable: Viewfinder (2012)
   Assistant Curator, solo exhibition: Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

> Human Nature (2009)

   Co-curator, group exhibition: Warrnambool Art Gallery

> The Temporary Nature of Things (2008)

   Curator & Artist: Grunwald Art Gallery, Indiana

> Field of Vision: International Contemporary Jewelry Exhibition (2007)

   Co-curator, international group exhibition: Grunwald Art Gallery, Indiana

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