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Scott Chaseling

Scott Chaseling

 
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Scott Chaseling
Born 1962 Australia
Lives and works in Canberra, Australia   

Educational Experience (selected)
1981. South Australian College of the Arts and Education (sculpture)
1982. North Adelaide School of Arts and Crafts (sculpture)
1990-91. Post Graduate Diploma, Canberra School of Art Australian National University (glass)

Professional Experience (selected)
2010. Guest Curator. “From the nipple to the bottle never satisfied” Nadania Idriss Contemporary. Berlin, Germany
2010-2011. Artistic Director. Berlin Glas. Berlin, Germany
2013. Curator. “Digest” Canberra Glassworks. Australia

Teaching Experience (selected)
1991. Lecturer, Monash University, VIC
1993-94. Professor, Tokyo Glass Institute, Japan
1995. Lecturer. Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney
1986-2000. Part-time+visiting teacher. Canberra School of Arts A.C.T

Solo Exhibition (selected)
2005. “SCOTT CHASELING” Habatat Galleries Chicago, USA
2006. “IMAGINED VIGNETTES” Leo Kaplan Modern. New York
2006. “NEXT CHAPTER” Habatat Galleries. Florida, USA
2008. “ANTIPODEAN JOURNAL” Sabbia Gallery Sydney Australia
2011. “DELUGE” Canberra Museum and Gallery. ACT Australia
2011. ‘’PX3’’ Canberra Glassworks (with Nicholas Folland)
2012. “LOST IN FABRICATION” Eisch Gallery, Frauenau, Germany

Group Exhibition (selected)
2011. ’’Miniatures“  Bilk Gallery.  Canberra, Australia
2012. “SPARK+FLAME“ Chazen Museum. USA
2012. ’’EAT“ Canberra Glassworks, Canberra, Australia
2013. “40 YEARS” Jam Factory Craft and Design. Touring Exh. Australia
2013. “TOM MALONE PRIZE” Western Australian Art Gallery. Australia

Awards (selected)
1993. 1st Prize Origins and Originality Ausglass Conference   
1996. Creative Glass Art Centre of America Fellowship USA 
1996. Cite des International des Arts, Paris. Power Bequest 
1996. Rosalie Gascoigne Award. Canberra Arts Patrons Organization
1996. The Canberra Critics Circle Award
1996. artsACT Grant   
2004. 1st Prize Ranamok Glass Prize
2005. Award of Excellence-Toledo Museum of Art
2006-07. Leverhulme Research Fellowship. UK
2007. Glass Sellers Prize. Runner-up. London UK

Collections: Public and Private Art Institutions in Australia, USA, Japan, Germany, New Zealand, UK