b. 1987

              Lives and works on Kaurna Yerta

 

              Education

2018      Bachelor of Contemporary Arts, The University of South Australia
2016      Advanced Diploma of Transpersonal Art Therapy, Ikon Institute, Adelaide

2015      Arts Admin Certificate IV, Adelaide College of the Arts, SA
2014      Diploma of Furniture Design and Technology, TafeSA

              Collections

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              Solo Exhibitions

2022      (Upcoming) Hugo Michell Gallery, SA

2021      Bodies made of Bodies, BMG Gallery, SA

              Selected Group Exhibitions

2021      Common Elements, SALA - DFJ Gallery space, curated by Stephanie James-Mattan, JamFactory

​              CERAMIX, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, NSW

              The Nature of Being, DFJ Gallery space, curated by CCH, SA

              Section A, Southwest Contemporary, SA

              STARBURST, End Space Gallery, SA

 2020     Virtual Show, GAGPROJECTS | Greenaway Art Gallery, SA (online)

              Canberra Design Fair, CraftACT, ACT

              Material Girls, Praxisartspace, SA

              A Common Thread, CraftACT, ACT

2019      Material Connections, SALA Floating Goose Studios, SA

              COLLECT: SURFACE, JamFactory, SA

              The Ghan 90th Anniversary Residency Exhibition, SA

              Aequalis, The Australian Ceramic Triennial, Warf 1 Hobart, TAS

              The Helpmann Graduate Exhibition, Drill Hall, SA

              Essential Forms, GAGPROJECTS | Greenaway Art Gallery, SA

2018      FACADE, The University of South Australia Graduate Exhibition, SA

              Interweave, Ensemble Studios, SA

 

              Awards and Grants

2021      The Helpmann Academy Creative Investment Fund

2020      Australia Council Grant Recipient- presentation of a new body of work

              ArtSA COVID-Response grant

              South Australian Graduate Adelaide Fringe Award

              Australia Council Grant Recipient-  CraftACT May 2020

2019      Merit Award for Academic Excellence, The University of South Australia

              Graduate Award for Excellence, The Helpmann Academy

              JamFactory Award, The Helpmann Academy

              Helpmann Academy Grant, The Helpmann Academy

2018      Friends of SASA Award, The University of South Australia

              The Australian Ceramic Council Award, The University of South Australia

 

              Residencies and Professional Development

2021      Studio Assistant to Jesse Jones, Dublin Irish Artist for Tremble, Tremble- object maker

2020      Guildhouse CATAPULT mentorship with Jane Robertson and David Pedler

              Intern for Juz Kitson- 2020 Jan Murphy Solo, Milton, NSW

              Samstag Museum of Art- Collection and Curatorial Assistant

              JamFactory Ceramics Tenant

2019      Samstag Museum Collections and Gallery Assistant

              Guildhouse The Ghan 90th Anniversary Residency

              Helpmann Academy George Street Studio Residency

2018      Helpmann Academy Elevate Mentorship with Kirsten Coelho

              Helpmann Academy Group Grant to travel and attend the Tasmania Ceramic Triennial (May 2019)

              Publications

2020      Garland Magazine #19, Fleeting Moments,       

2019      Wagstaff, C. The Undiscovered Issue: Sam Gold, ‘The Undiscovered Issue’, Art Collector Issue 88

              Online

2021      Project A, Southwest Contemporary, Review by John Neylon 

2020      Material Girls, Review by John Neylon 

              Art Collector, Curatorial Home Edition, written by Joanna Kitto

              A Common Thread, Review by Rosalind Moran

2019      Sam Gold, Anna Gore, Emmaline Zanelli: Essential Forms, Art Collector, Curatorial Essay, Harriet McKay, GAGPROJECTS

              Meet your maker, review by Jane Llewellyn 

              Catalogue

2020      The incomprehensible wild, Material Girls, essay by Joanna Kitto 

              Touch and the Haptic ,A Common Thread, essay by Julie Bartholomew          

2019      Material Connection, essay by Steph Cibich

Douglas fir Feasting and Oregon Offerings, 2020

Photography by Sam Roberts