Liminal - White Tree Bay by Bethany Wheeler

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DIMENSIONS (Height - 20.32 cm X Width - 25.40 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Other Medium on Glass
GENRE Landscape
REGISTERED NRN # 000-37956-0135-01
COPYRIGHT © Bethany Wheeler
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards
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Artist: Bethany Wheeler



ARTIST BIO

 

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| Date of Birth |                                                                                             29 . 4 . 1979

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| Education |

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2001-2003, Master of Fine Art – by Research - Glass, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University

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2000, Bachelor of Art – Ceramic Design - Glass – 1st class Honours, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University

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1997-1999, Bachelor of Art – Ceramic Design|Glass, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University

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Selected Exhibitions  |

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2016, Incinerator Art Award – Finalist, Incinerator Art Gallery, Moonee Ponds, Vic

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2016, Aesthetics In a Time of Emergency, Craft ACT, Act

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2016, KIGA – Kirra Illuminating Glass Award finalist, The Light in Winter @ Kirra Galleries, Federation Square, Vic

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2016, Noosa Art Prize – Finalist, Noosa Regional Gallery, Qld

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2015, A Sinister Beauty, Strange Neighbour, Fitzroy, Vic

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2015, Contemporary Glass: Refracting a History, Incinerator Art Gallery, Moonee Ponds, Vic

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2015, KIGA – Kirra Illuminating Glass Award finalist, The Light in Winter @ Kirra Galleries, Federation Square, Vic

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2015, Desire - Scupture & Wearable Art, Kirra Galleries, Federation Square, Vic

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2015, The Tom Malone Prize - Shortlisted finalist, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Wa

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2015, Solo - Imprint, Place & Memory, The Gallery @ Bayside Art & Cultural Center, Brighton, Vic

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2014, Artists Emerge at the WTC, MARS Gallery, World Trade Center, Vic

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2014, 184 Molds Later, The Gallery, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Usa

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2014, KIGA – Kirra Illuminating Glass Award finalist, The Light in Winter @ Kirra Galleries, Federation Square, Vic

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2013, Glass Showcase, Kirra Galleries @ Albert Street Gallery, Vic

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2013, Three Vitreous Bodies, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Nsw

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2013, Decoration & Design: “The Black Object”, Clement Meadmore Gallery, The Academy of Design, Vic

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2013, Ensemble, Ausglass Members Exhibition, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Nsw

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2012, Director’s Choice, Kirra Gallery, Vic

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2012, Ranamok Glass Prize - Finalist, Touring Nationally

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2011, SOFA Chicago, represented by Kirra Gallery, Usa

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2011, Art Melbourne, represented by Glass Plus Gallery, Vic

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2011, Media Specific, Faculty Gallery, Monash University, Vic

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2011, The Tom Malone Prize - Finalist, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Wa

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2011, Gaffer Studio Glass, Hong Kong

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2011, Tell us your stories, Object Galleries, Sydney, Nsw

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2011, Kaleidoscope, Ausglass Members Exhibition, Peripheral Vision Conference, Sydney College of the Arts, NSW

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2010, MM10 The Monash Momentum Continues, Kirra Gallery, Federation Square, Melbourne, Vic

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2010, Miscellany, Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston, Vic

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2009, Encore Encore, Vienna, Austria

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2009, MM09, Kirra Gallery, Federation Square, Vic

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2009, Design::Made::Trade, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, Vic

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2009, Art Melbourne represented by Glass Plus Gallery, Melbourne, Vic

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2009, Encore, Glass Artists Gallery, Glebe, NSW

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2008, SOFA Chicago, represented by Kirra Gallery, USA

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2008, Entanglement, Manningham Gallery, Vic

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2008, Ranamok Glass Prize - Finalist, Touring Nationally

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2008, Glass Now Weekend, National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, USA

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2008, Some Like it Hot, Glass Plus Gallery, South Melbourne, Vic

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2008, Art Melbourne represented by Kirra Galleries, Melbourne, Vic

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2008, Bethany Wheeler, Kirra Gallery, Federation Square, Melbourne, Vic

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2007, Ranamok Glass Prize - Finalist, Touring Nationally

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2007, Generation M, Kirra Gallery, Federation Square, Melbourne, Vic

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2006, Glass Plus Five, Glass Plus Gallery, South Melbourne, Vic

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2006, Ranamok Glass Prize - Finalist, Touring Nationally

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2006, Synthesis: Fusing + Kiln Forming, Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery, Pittsburgh, USA

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2006, Worn, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney, Nsw

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2006, Fire, Australian Wildlife Gallery, Bairnsdale, Vic

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2005, Artworks Gallery, Southport, Qld

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2005, Element, 1000C, Avalon, Nsw

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2005, Monash Glass 25 Years, Faculty Gallery, Monash University, Vic

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2005, Journey Through the Flame, Kirra Gallery, Southbank, Vic

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2005, Southern Lights, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide, Sa

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2005, Summer Heat, Object, Sydney, Nsw

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2005, Coastline, 1000C, Avalon, Nsw

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2004, Nine Glass Steps, Steps Gallery, Carlton, Vic

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2004, To be or not to be....jewelled, Fusions Gallery, Fortitude Valley, Qld

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2004, Eye 4 Design: the new frontier of Australian Industry, Daley Gallery, Kew, Vic

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2004, Harvest II, New Talents in Glass and Ceramics, Quadrivium, Sydney, Nsw

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2004, Artworks Gallery, Southport, Qld

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2003, Palette Contemporary Art & Craft, Albuquerque, NM, USA

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2003, The Annexe, Quadrivium, Sydney, Nsw

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2003, An Investigation into the Dialogue between Natural and Constructed Environments, Master of Fine Art Exhibition, Greenhouse Gallery, Monash University, Vic

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2003, City of Hobart Art Prize - Finalist, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, Tas

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2003, Forte, New Contemporaries Gallery, Sydney, Nsw

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2002, The Shin Kong Mitsukoshi International Glass Art Festival, Taiwan

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2002, In3door / Out3door, Mira Fine Art Gallery, Melbourne, Vic

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2002, Clearing, Craft Victoria, Melbourne, Vic

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2002, Texture, Glass Artists Gallery, Glebe, Nsw

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2001, Ausglass Glass Walk, A.R.T. Gallery Eden, Melbourne, Vic

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2000, Spark Combined Honours Exhibition, The Faculty Gallery, Monash University, Vic

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2000, Insert, Graduating Exhibition, Monash University, Vic

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2000, Emerging Artist Program, Bulle Galleries, Melbourne, Vic

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1999, @ninety9, Graduating Exhibition, Monash University, Vic

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1999, Tina Wencher Prize, Association of Sculptors of Victoria, Telstra Centre, Melbourne, Vic

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| Awards & Grants |

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2015, Australian Artists\' Grant recipient , NAVA - National Association of Visual Artists

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2015, Finalist, The Tom Malone Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia

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2014, The Lino Tagliapietra Scholarship to attend Silvia Levenson : Paradoxes in Glass workshop, Pilchuck Glass School, Usa

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2014, Finalist, KIGA - Kirra Illuminating Glass Award, Kirra Galleries & The Light in Winter @ Federation Square, Vic

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2012, Finalist, Ranamok Glass Prize, Touring Nationally

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2011, Finalist, The Tom Malone Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia

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2008, Finalist, Ranamok Glass Prize, Touring Nationally

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2007, Finalist, Ranamok Glass Prize, Touring Nationally

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2006, Finalist, Ranamok Glass Prize, Touring Nationally

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2003, Finalist, City of Hobart Art Prize, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

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2002, Ian Potter Foundation Cultural Grant recipient

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1999, Glass Studio Award for Outstanding 3rd Year In Glass, Monash University

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1999, Yarra Valley Grammar School Acquisitive Prize

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1998, Finalist, Thomas Foundation Pilchuck Scholarship Competition, representing Monash University

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| Publications |

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Aesthetics in a Time of Emergency, Simon Gregg, Garland Magazine, 2016

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Aesthetics in a Time of Emergency, Catalogue Essay by Simon Gregg, Curator of Gippsland Art Gallery, Vic

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100 Stories, Centenary 1914-2014, p., 97, Bounce Books, 2014

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Australian Signatures: The National Art Glass Collection, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, 2013

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Objetos Con Vidrio, January, 2011 http://www.objetosconvidrio.com/blog/bethany-wheeler

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Beautifully Bespoke, Vogue UK, October, 2010

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SOFA Chicago, Craft Arts International, p., 72, #75, 2009

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Ranamok Glass Prize 2008, Dan Klein, Craft Arts International, p., 98, # 75, 2009

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Ranamok Glass Prize 2007, Dr Norris Ioannou, Craft Arts International, p., 102. #72, 2008

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25 Years Monash Glass, Stephan Crafti, The Age Newspaper, May 16, 2005

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A Touch of Glass, Herald Sun Newspaper, September 25, 2004

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2002 Shin Kong Mitsukoshi International Glass Arts Festival, Dr. Jerry King, Craft Arts International, p., 88-90, # 56, 2002-03

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Balgo Glass, Kristin McFarlane, Craft Culture, Craft Victoria, Vol.3, No.245, Summer, 3/2003

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Balgo Glass, This Side Up, p., 14, 4/2002

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The Next Generation, young designers get noisy, shine a light, Monument Architecture & Design, #44, p., 44, October/November, 2001

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Empty Vessels Make the Most Meaningful Sound, Robert Nelson, Today Review, The Age Newspaper, January 31, 2001

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| Collections |

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National Art Glass Collection, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery Collection, NSW

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Yarra Valley Grammar School Collection, Vic

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Various private collections in Australia, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, France, USA, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand & Japan

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| Professional Experience |

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2014, Silvia Levenson : Paradoxes in Glass workshop, Pilchuck Glass School, Usa

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2013, Established 1000 Degrees Studios | artists spaces | kiln forming | grinding & polishing, Cheltenham, Vic

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2010-2012, Studio Technician, Glass & Ceramic Studios, Department of Art & Design, Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Monash University, Vic

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2011, Co-curator Media Specific, Faculty Gallery, Monash University, Vic

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2011, Creator of glass components for Bless:Bless Windowgarden No.38, Craft Victoria, Vic

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2009-2011, Creator of glass components for artist Daniel Armstrong

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2010, Co-curator Tyro, Glass Plus Gallery, South Melbourne, Vic

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2010, Mentor to Gabrielle Ashton, Royal Society of New Zealand Science, Maths, and Technology Awarded Teacher Fellow

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2010, Associate Member, EOS Cluster, Department of Fine Art, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University, Vic

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2002 - 2015 Various private & corporate commissions including::

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Bathurst 1000 Trophies, Governor of Victoria Export Awards, Yellow Pages Business Ideas Grants, State of Design Festival - The Melbourne Prize, Toyota Australia & The Victorian Government, Victorian Racing Commission, World Education Program International, Pacific Asia Newspaper Publishing Association Newspaper of the Year Awards, Pacific Asia Newspaper Publishing Association Newspaper Marketing Awards, Savewater! Awards, Monash University Networking Groups, Monash University Distinguished Alumni Awards, Monash University Marketing Awards, Monash University MBA Leadership Forums, Monash University Viewpoint Debating Awards, Monash University Research Awards, EQI  & The Mayflower Group

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2008 - 2012 Sessional Lecturer, Glass Studio, Department of Fine Art, Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Monash University, Vic

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2008-2012, Ausglass Co-Victorian State Rep 

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2002, Recipient of Ian Potter Foundation Cultural Grant for the purchase of new equipment to create a new body of work

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2002 - 2003 Sessional Lecturer, Glass Studio, Department of Fine Art, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University, Vic

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2002, Workshop assistant, Waryliti Artists, working with indigenous artists to create glass coolamons and panels, Balgo Hills, Wa

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2002, Established 1000 Degrees glass forming studio, Melbourne, Vic

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2001 - 2008 Research Associate, Glass Studio, Department of Fine Art, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University, Vic  

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2001 - 2012 Kiln Forming Short Course Instructor, Glass Studio, Department of Fine Art, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University, Vic

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2001 - 2016 Instructor of various glass fusing, slumping & casting short courses including Crystal Stubbs Glass Studio, The Stained Glass Shed, AEV, The Salvation Army Crisis Services - Young Women’s\' Project, The Diocesan School for Girls New Zealand, Incinerator Art Gallery

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2001, Selected to represent Monash University to speak at the Ausglass Student Seminar / Forum at the 12th Biennial Ausglass Conference, Melbourne

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1998, Finalist in the Thomas Foundation Pilchuck Scholarship Competition, representing Monash University



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