Kristin Burgham is a Melbourne based ceramicist. She is interested in industrial ceramic production processes and found objects. Her hand built porcelain assemblages are imbued with colour, scale and memory.

Her works acknowledge and reflect on industry and its social history. Burgham is a recent fine arts graduate who had a life in media before working with clay fulltime. 

 

Exhibitions 

2021    March                                                   UPCOMING         

             Preliminary Structures  - Melbourne Design Week 

             Creo Gallery, Cremorne, Victoria.

2021    March                                                    UPCOMING 

             Ceramics Gallery - Stockroom ( solo exhibition)

             Stockroom, Kyneton, Victoria.

2021     January                                                  UPCOMING 

             Small Works Art Prize

             Brunswick Street Gallery, Brunswick, Victoria.

2020    December                                                UPCOMING 

            INSIDE

            Craft Victoria, Watsons Pl, Melbourne, Victoria.

2020    November 

             HOME:MADE Emerging Design Showcase

             Design Canberra, Craft ACT.

            Design Canberra Auction 

            Design Canberra, Craft ACT.

2020    January 

            RMIT Ceramics Association Prize Winners Exhibition, 

            CLAD Bendigo Pottery, Bendigo, Victoria.

 

2019    December 

            New Blood, Twenty Graduates 

            Red Gallery, Fitzroy, Victoria. 

2019    November 

            RMIT Bachelor of Fine Art Graduate Exhibition,

            RMIT University. Melbourne, Victoria.

2019   August

           Small!

           Fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne, Victoria

2018   July 

           Object Narratives

           First Site Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria

      

 

AWARDS

2019 - RMIT Academic Award sponsored by Clayworks, Victoria 

2019 - RMIT Ceramic Association Award 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS 

 

Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton, Victoria

 

RESIDENCIES/STUDIO

2020 - Shakespeare Grove Studios residency granted by City of Port Phillip