Melbourne Design Week
I’m thrilled to have my work exhibited in Australia for the first time. A selection of pieces will be exhibited with Fiona Lynch as part of Melbourne Design week, hosted by the National Gallery of Victoria. The exhibition runs from the 14th to the 24th March. Click here for information about visiting.
I will be exhibiting at COLLECT: The International Art Fair for Modern Craft and Design, represented by Vessel Gallery (located at stand 8.4). The exhibition, which is hosted by the Crafts Council and located at the Saatchi Gallery, runs from the 28th February until the 3rd March. Click here to find out about visiting times.
Monumental Fragility at the National Design and Craft Gallery, Kilkenny, Ireland.
I am pleased to have three of my collapsed porcelain bowls travel to Ireland to be exhibited in the second leg of the European Prize for Applied Arts. The exhibition runs until the 6th June, and to find out more about visiting please click here.
MAKE Hauser & Wirth
I am one of seven makers exhibiting in the inaugural exhibition of the new space for contemporary craft at Hauser & Wirth Somerset. The exhibition opens on the 27th September and runs until the 24th November. Click here for information about the new gallery and opening times.
I am happy to be joining the Contemporary Applied Arts gallery in London from this summer. I will be presenting five pieces as part of their New Makers showcase which opens on the 25th July.
European Prize for Applied Arts
I have been selected for the European Prize for Applied Arts - a triennial competition that will open in the city of Mons, Belgium, October 21st 2018.
London Design Festival 2018
I will be exhibiting in the British Craft Pavilion, curated by Hole and Corner as part of London Design Festival. The exhibition runs from the 20th to the 23rd September 2018 and will showcase new work.
I will be exhibiting as the headline ceramicist in 'Light and Shade' at The Stratford Gallery. The exhibition opens on the 5th May.
I will be travelling to Guldagergaard International Ceramics Research Centre in Denmark for from April to May 2018 to work in their studios and create some new work as an artist in residence.