Frontyard Projects Residency in August.
Gemma Deacon and I will be having a 2 week residency at Frontyard Projects @frontyardorg which is A Not-Only-Artist Run Initiative. A pro-active, flexible space for practical skills-sharing, community cultural engagement and critical research. Their aim is to challenge, facilitate and nurture collaborations between people with a passion for culture and to build a more resilient and sustainable independent arts community for the future.
We are working on our Museum Of Rejection The Museum of Rejection is an arts project that explore stories of rejection. We are not limiting MoR to professional rejection as its consequences extend to all areas of our lives.
So for our residency we will be doing a call out for rejection stories and coming up with a system that will collate this information in meaningful and interesting creative way. Stay tuned.
Kil.n.it temporary studio
I have this studio which I share with three others for 3 months until they are able to use it as a classroom again. It's been good to put my art materials out again. What happens after this, well I'm not sure yet.
I am a finalist in The North Queensland Biennial Ceramics Award 2020
The work will be shown at the Perc Tucker Regional Gallery from 24 July – 20 September 2020 Online of course.
Here is the link to the prize-
Working in at Kil-n-it Experimental Ceramics Studio.
Kil.n.it is a studio for ceramic artists in the inner west of Sydney. I'm using my prize money to get some 'non-share' shared studio space. Working on some ideas for Meroogal Women's Art Prize and loving it. Because of the current situation, the shared studio can't be shared so I have it to myself and spread myself right over the available tablespace. It's quiet and I can concentrate well then go and have a chat with my friend and colleague @ebonyrussellart in her studio. All at the appropriate distance.
MASTERS GRADUATE SHOW 2019 NATIONAL ART SCHOOL (NAS) Sydney, Australia
I Come with Baggage installation is photographed by Peter Morgan
FINALIST IN FRANZ INTERNATIONAL PORCELAIN PRIZE 2019
Ceramic works photographed by Carolyn Mackenzie- Craig.
Affordable Art Markets and LOCAL Pop at Pop In Space
Anne Kwasner's unique and whimsical hand-made ceramics at the Affordable Art Markets and LOCAL Pop at Pop In Space.
Come down to the Affordable Art Markets at Pop In Space at 74-76 Pyrmont Bridge Bridge Road, Camperdown Sundays from 10am in November 2016 (13th, 20th and 27th
Drawing exhibition 20th to 30th March 2013
your invited to an exhibition of my drawing work at the Sheffer Gallery in Darlington, Sydney. Running from 20th - 30th March the opening is on Saturday 23rd from 4-6pm. Hope you can make it.
Also in this exhibition are works by Natalie McCarthy and Duncan McColl.
New York Residency - April 2012
As part of my Art Start money I'll be going to new York for some research of museums. On the back of this I applied for a residency whilst I was overt there and been accepted to the Vytlacil residency.
Located in historic Sparkill, New York, the Vytlacil Campus is an integral part of the Art Students League based in Manhattan. I'll be there for 4 weeks (probably September 12) then 2 weeks in NY City.
No complaints here.
Australia Council Arts Start Grant - Nov 2011
Was successful in getting this professional development grant in Nov 2011 for artists from the Australia Council. Gives me $10,000 of support to build my art profession. A great boost.
Redlands / Westpac Art Prize - April 2012
Been invited to be part of this great prize with ceramicist Stephen Bird as my mentee. Created new work called IMPRINTS, currently on my home page, based around mythical feet.