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CV - Jasmine Targett

Upcoming

2017    Every Second Feels Like A Century, West Space, Melbourne VIC

2018    New Solo Exhibition, Stockroom Kyenton

 

Selected Awards Grants Residencies

2016    NAVA Australian Artist Grant - Aesthetics in a Time of Emergency, Craft ACT

2015   Arts Project Grant and Artist in Residence, The Catchments Project,  Carlton Connect Studio:  LAB-14,

           Creative Spaces Melbourne, Funded by the City of Melbourne.

2014    Senini Sculpture Prize, McClelland Gallery.

2013    New Work, Early Career Artist, Australia Council for the Arts.

2013    Australian Postgraduate Award for Post Graduate Research, Monash University (2011–2013).

2012    Arts Project Grant, City of Melbourne.

2012    Monash University Research Publication Grant (also 2011, 2009).

2011    Morgan Philanthropic Arts Trust Grant.

2010    Emerging Artist Grant, City of Melbourne.

2008    Latrobe Regional Gallery Acquisitive Contemporary Art Award.

 

Selected Solo

2015    The Politics of Perception, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell VIC

2015    The Catchments Project, LAB-14, Carlton Connect for Art+Climate=Change festival VIC

2015    Into Nature, Incinerator Gallery, Moonee Ponds VIC

2014    Blind Spot, Linden Centre for Contemporary Art, St Kilda VIC

2012    Crumbling Ecologies, Craft, Melbourne VIC

2011    Making Sense, Federation Square Urban Screens and Craft, Melbourne VIC

2010    Losing the Unique, Shifted Gallery, Richmond VIC

2010    Inside the Realm of Invisible Spheres, c3 Contemporary Art Space, Abbotsford, VIC

 

Selected Group

2017    Time and Tide, Alcaston Gallery for  Art + Climate = 2017, Melbourne VIC

2016    Sign O’ the Times, NotFair Art Fair, Melbourne VIC

2016    Hero Worship, Craft, Melbourne VIC

2016    Aesthetics in a time of Emergency, Craft ACT

2015    Elemental, McClelland Gallery, Langwarrin VIC

2015    A Sinister Beauty, Strange Neighbour Gallery, Fitzroy VIC

2015    Emerging Contemporaries, Craft ACT, Canberra, ACT

2015   Aesthetica Art Prize, London UK

2014    Knowledge, Runway: Australian Experimental Art, Museums Quartier Wien, Vienna AUSTRIA

2014    Compassionate Voices, Koskela, Waterloo NSW

2012    Wonderland, Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei TAIWAN

2012    Us and Them: Umwelten, RMIT Project Space, Melbourne VIC

2012    Launch, Glass Artists Gallery, NSW

2011    Media Specific, Monash Faculty Gallery, Caulfield VIC

2010    Greater than One, Monash Faculty Gallery, Caulfield VIC

 

Selected Award Exhibitions

2015   Aesthetica Art Prize, London UK

2015    Victorian Craft Award, Craft Victoria, Melbourne VIC

2014    Linden Postcards Exhibition, Linden Center for Contemporary Art, St Kilda VIC

2014    Incinerator Art Prize, Incinerator Gallery, Moonee Ponds VIC

2014    Tom Malone Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth WA

2014    Senini Sculpture Award, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Langwarrin VIC

2013    Manningham Ceramic Art Award, Manningham VIC

2013    Artecycle, Incinerator Gallery, Moonee Ponds VIC

2012    Australian National Glass Prize, National Gallery of Australia, Wagga Wagga NSW

2011    Tom Malone Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth WA

2010    Australian National Glass Prize, National Gallery of Australia, Wagga Wagga NSW

2010    Williamstown Festival Contemporary Art Prize, The Substation, Williamstown VIC

2010    Ranamok Glass Prize, Canberra Glassworks ACT, Cairns Regional Gallery QLD,

Artspace Mackay QLD, Hervey Bay Regional Art Gallery QLD

2009    Senini Sculpture Award, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park VIC

 

Selected Publications

2015    The Catchments Project by Emma Mayall.

2015    The Politics of Perception by Guy Abrahams.

2015    The Urgency of our Time by Dr David Sequeira.

2014    Runway: Australian Experimental Art – Vision Quest By Jasmine Targett (Vienna Art Week).

2012    No Part is Immune From the Changes of its Counterparts by Antoanetta Ivanova.

2012    Jasmine Targett in Wonderland by John Gregory.

2012    Porcelain Persuasions by Miriam McGarry.

2012    The Crumbling Ecologies Project by Debbie Pryor.

2012    Collaboration Continuity and Community by Alicia Renew.

2012    The Remarkable Beauty in Disaster by Dr Kit Wise.

2012    New Perspectives in Environmental Art by Assoc. Professor Linda Williams.

2011    Media Specific by Alicia Renew.

2011    Endangered Crafts by Grace Cochrane.

2011    Making Sense: from the Sublime to the Meticulous by John Gregory.

2011    Icons of Climate Change in Art by Linda Williams.

2010    Greater than One by Alicia Renew.

 

Collections

Latrobe Regional Art Gallery, Morwell VIC

Hope Darling Philanthropic Arts Collection, New York, USA

Sun Sou Ceramic Collection, JAPAN

Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, TAIWAN

Morgan Trust, Mornington VIC

 

Academic History

2014    PhD Fine Arts, Monash University.

2008    Bachelor of Fine Arts with First Class Honours, Monash University.

 

Professional Related Experience

2016    - 2015 World Crafts Council Australia - Board Member (Current).

2015    Project Director – The Catchments Project, Lab-14 for the City or Melbourne.

2016    - 2014 Gallery Assistant – Hawthorn Town Hall Gallery (Current).

2012    Project Director – The Crumbling Ecologies Project. Monash University and Craft.

2012    Lecture - Research Symposium: Art, Activism and Social Change. Monash University.

2011    Judging Panel – Fresh Awards 2011. Craft.

2011    Project Director – Research Symposium: Art and Communicating Climate Science Symposium. Craft.

2010    Research Project - Life Support Systems: Collaboration with NASA Satellite Data Centre&CBS Glass

2010    Research Project - The Similarity of Parallel Worlds: Collaboration with NASA and MMI.

2010    Conference Presenter - Tipping Point - Melbourne.

 

Press

2015   The Age - Melbourne artists line up 1000 clear bottles for The Catchments Project by Suzanne Carbone.

2015    The Sydney Morning Herald - Craft Review: Emerging Contemporaries by Kerry-Anne Cousins.

2015    Aesthetica Magazine - Future Now, 100 Selected Contemporary International Artists, Aesthetica Art Prize.

2015    The Corning Museum of Glass - 100 Best New Artworks in the World,  New Glass Review.

2014    The Sydney Morning Herald – Innovators 1 by Dan Rule.

2014    The Sydney Morning Herald – Fear of the Future by Dylan Rainforth.

2014    Craft Unbound – Looking through the Blind Spot by Jasmine Targett.

2014    The Design Writer - Charity Art and Design Auction for Animals by Penny Craswell.

2012    The Age - A Dying Art? by Dylan Rainforth.

2012    Vogue Living – The Crumbling Ecologies Project, by Madeleine Hinchy.

2012    Lip Magazine – Crumbling Ecologies: Craft Community, Fragility, by Emma Koehn.

2012    Monash University Press – Space travel meets art in reflective exhibition, by Emily Walker.

2012    Australian Art Collector – Australian Artists Exhibit in Taiwan, by Jane O’Sullivan.

2011    New Scientist – Dazzling glass reveals hidden crises on Earth, by Wendy Zukerman.

2011    Beyond Zero Emissions Radio – Symons+Targett: Artists+Scientists Collaborate on Climate Change.

2012    Progress Leader - A Glass Above, by Holly McKay.

2011    Carbon Arts - Making Sense, Jasmine Targett & Debbie Symons by Jodi Newcomb.

2011    Monash University Press – Art vs. Science by Emily Walker.

2010    University WA, SymbioticA Symposium: Unruly Ecologies - Featured Artist- Jasmine Targett.

2010    Craft Arts International, No 79 - Pre-Text by Anita Taylor.

2010    Craft Arts International, No 76 – Questions of Scalability by Gordon Bull.

2010    Artabase, Editorial - Jasmine Targett - Glass Artist by Rebecca Cannon.

2010    Melbourne Jeweller - Losing the Unique: Shifted Gallery, Richmond by Karen Thompson.

2010    Melbourne Jeweller - Inside the Realm of Invisible Spheres at c3 by Karen Thompson

 

Documentaries and online media

2015    The Catchments Project Documentary, produced by The City of Melbourne

2015    Jasmine Targett featured in the Incinerator Art Award, produced by Incinerator Gallery

2015    The Incinerator Art Award - Art for Social Change produced by Incinerator Gallery

2012    Australian Artists exhibit in Wonderland at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei produced by Art Emperor

2010    Jasmine Targett featured in the Ranamok Glass Prize 2010, produced by ABC News ACT and NSW

 

Early Professional Related Study

2007    Bachelor of Fine Arts – Painting, Monash University.

2004    Diploma of Visual Arts, Box Hill Tafe.

2010    Silversmithing, NMIT.

2009    Hot Glass (Flame Working), Monash University.

2007    Hot Glass (Glass Blowing), Monash University.

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