Deirdre Feeney CV


Current              PhD Candidate, School of Art, Australian National University, Australia
2001 – 2005      BVA (Hons) Glass, School of Art, Australian National University, Canberra
1994 – 1997        BA (Hons) Psychology & French, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Select Solo + Group Exhibitions
2012     Translucence, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
             Engaging with Glass Tacoma, William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, USA
             Glassimations, International Animation Festival, Deakin University Gallery, Melbourne
             European Glass Context 2012, Bornholm Art Museum, Bornholm, Denmark

             Glassimations, Canberra Glassworks, Canberra
2011      Engaging with Glass, Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Ireland
             Glimpse, Chalk Horse, Sydney
Canberra Glassworks, Canberra
2010     Seventh Eve, Craft Victoria, Melbourne
             RBS Emerging Artist Exhibition, Sydney
             Half Light, (Beam), Canberra Museum And Gallery, Canberra
             PowerHOUSE, Canberra Glassworks, Canberra
White Hot, Yuchengco Museum, Manila, Philippines
2009    Memory of nothing, Level 17, Victoria University, Melbourne
             Double Bill, Crucible, Artisan Gallery, Brisbane
             Maestros : Australian Studio Glass & Ceramics, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney
             White Hot, Silpakorn Gallery (Silpakorn University) Bangkok, Thailand (Asialink)
             White Hot, Vietnam Fine Art Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam
             White Hot, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan
2008    Tell the walls i’m coming, Craft Victoria, Melbourne
Woollahara Small Sculpture Prize, Sydney
Cube Open, CUBE, Centre for the Urban Built Environment, Manchester, UK
             In The Making, Craft Victoria, MelbourneStill Life, Brenda May Gallery, 2 Danks St, Sydney
             Gather, Craft ACT, Canberra

Grants, Awards & Professional Practice
Current     APA PhD Scholarship, Australian National University                  
2014         National Film & Sound Archive SAR Fellow, Canberra, Australia
2012         Irish Representative at EGC 2012, Bornholm, Denmark                 
                Juror for GAS student award for Toledo OH, USA.
2011         Arts Tasmania New Work Grant
Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant
                TA, Glass & Animation Workshop, Pilchuck Glass School, Washington, USA
                Lecture, National College of Art & Design, Dublin, Ireland
                Presentation, Peripheral Vision, Ausglass conference, Sydney College of the Arts
2010        Tom Malone Prize Winner, Art Gallery of Western Australia
                Procter Fellow Artist-In-Residence, School of Art, Australian National University
                RBS Emerging Artist Award Shortlist, Sydney
2009       Australia Council for the aRts New Work Emerging Grant
                Stephen Procter Travelling Fellowship Recipient

2008       Woollahara Small Sculpture Prize Finalist
2007       Australia Council for the Arts New Work Emerging Grant
               Tom Malone Glass Prize Finalist                             
               Cheongju International Craft Biennale Competition Finalist
               Woollahara Small Sculpture Prize Finalist
               Agendo Finalist
2005       TA for Bernard Dejonghe, Brianconnet, France
2004       TA for Bernard Dejonghe at Northlands Creative Glass Centre, Scotland

Public + Private Collections
National Museum of Ireland
Art Gallery of Western Australia
Private Collections

Recent Publications

2013        New Glass Review, Vol 34 Corning Museum of Glass, NY, USA
2012       Translucence, Exhibition Catalogue, Art Gallery of Western Australia
               Glassimations, Exhibition Catalogue, Deakin University Australia
2011        Sydney Morning Herald, Glimpse 29th January, 2011
2010       Tom Malone Prize 2010 catalogue, Art Gallery of Western Australia

               The Age, Art of glass seems like the real thing, 19th March 2010
               The Canberra Times Uniting Past and Present, 27th March 2010
2009      New Glass Review, Vol 30 Corning Museum of Glass, NY, USA
2008         New Glass Review, Vol 29 Corning Museum of Glass, NY, USA
              White Hot, Contemporary Glass, Asia Link, The University of Melbourne