KATE POWER CV                                       EMAIL:katekapowkapow@gmail.com WEBSITE: katepowerartist.com

 

Education

2009-2014 Bachelor of Visual Arts, First Class Honours, South Australian School of Art

 

Solo Exhibitions

2016

Slipping Down, BLINDSIDE, Melbourne

Things Between You and Me, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia: Project Space, Adelaide

2015

Silent Sigh, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne

all that effort and desire, Fontanelle Gallery, Adelaide

 

Group Exhibitions

2017

Mothership, Fontanelle Gallery opening exhibition, Port Adelaide

Track, Adelaide Central Gallery, Adelaide

2016

Once There Was There Wasn’t, NARS Foundation Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

Major Tender, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia

Co-Curator of Vote For Me at FELTspace, Fontanelle Gallery and Format Gallery, Adelaide

The Five Hour Show, The Icelandic Association of Visual Arts, Reykjavik, Iceland

Interface, Gallery Central, Perth

2015

Unsettle, Paper Mountain ARI, Perth

Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition, Adelaide

2014

Grid Festival, Dymaxion Lab, Adelaide

2013

Ustopia, FELTspace, Adelaide

Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Sydney

Bigger Than Me, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide

2012

Format Always Wins, Format Festival, Adelaide

The Universe... or nothing, Format Collective Gallery, Adelaide

Roseanne Angry, Format Collective Gallery, Adelaide

Drawn In, Seedling Art Space, Blackwood

2011

Tooth and Nail Grand Opening Exhibition, Adelaide

 

Experience/Qualifications/Awards

2016

Adelaide Visual Art Critics Emerging Artist Award

Mentorship with Sarah CrowEST

Carclew Project and Development Grant Round 1

Helpmann Academy Grant Round 1

2015

Helpmann Academy Grant rounds 1 & 2

Carclew Project Grant Round 2

Art on Tap: Feel the Width, Australian Experimental Art Foundation with Louise Haselton and Sera Waters

Artist’s Voice SALA forum panel Feminism & Art with Brigid Noone, Jude Adams and Sasha Grbich

2014

2014-2016 Co-Director at FELTspace

Chancellor’s Letter of Commendation, South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia

Constance Gordon Johnson Prize for Sculpture

Liveness, sound and performance workshop with Christopher Williams, Aleks Danko and Jude Walton, facilitated by Julie Henderson

2013

Lean To / A Line Made By Leaving, performance with Aleks Danko and Jude Walton, Adelaide Botanic

Gardens

2012

Format Collective Visual Arts Coordinator

2012-present Volunteer at Vitalstatistix Theatre Company

 

Residencies

2017- British School at Rome, Italy (Helpmann Academy recipient)

2016- SIM, Samband Ilsenskra Myndlistarmanna (The Association of Icelandic Visual Art), Reykjavik,

Iceland

2016- NARS Foundation Residency, Brooklyn, New York City