Jasmine Targett
Currently resides in Melbourne, Australia

Academic History
2014 PhD Fine Arts, Research in Glass, Monash University.
2008 Honours Degree, Bachelor of Fine Arts-Glass, Monash.

Selected Awards and Grants
2014 Senini Sculpture Prize, McClelland Gallery.
2013 New Work, Early Career Artist, Australia Council for the Arts.
2013 Australian Post Graduate Award for Research (2011-2013).
2012 Arts Project Grant, The City of Melbourne.
2011 Monash University Research Publication Grant (also 2011, 2009.)
2010 Emerging Artist Grant, The City of Melbourne.
2009 Morgan Philanthropic Arts Trust Grant.
2008 Latrobe Regional Gallery Contemporary Art Award.

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2014 Blind Spot, Linden Centre for Contemporary Art, St.Kilda VIC
2012 Crumbling Ecologies, Craft Victoria, Melbourne VIC
2011 Making Sense, Craft Victoria and Federation Square VIC
2011 Bubbling Up, Dianne Tanzer Gallerr, Fitzroy VIC
2010 We Follow the Light, Pieces of Eight, Melbourne VIC
2009 Losing the Unique, Shifted Gallery, Richmond VIC
2009 Inside the Realm of Invisible Spheres, c3, Abbotsford VIC

Selected Group Exhibitions
2014 Tom Malone Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia, WA
2013 Artecycle, Incinerator Gallery, Moonee Ponds, VIC
2012 Wonderland, Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, TAIWAN  
2012 Us and Them: Umwelten, Melbourne VIC
2011 Media Specific, Monash Faculty Gallery, Caulfield VIC
2011 Encore, Glass Artists Gallery, Sydney NSW 
2010 Tyro, Glass Plus Gallery, South Melbourne VIC
2010 Ranamok Glass Prize – Finalist. National Touring Exhibition
        ACT,  QLD, NSW.
2010 Greater than One, Monash Faculty Gallery, Caulfield VIC
2010 Reflections of the Modern World, Toyota, Port Melbourne, VIC
2010 Williamstown Festival Contemporary Art Prize, Substation, VIC
2010 Australian National Glass Prize, Finalist.
         Australian National Glass Gallery, Wagga Wagga NSW
2009 This is not a Design Fair!- Moth Projects, The Factory, VIC
2009 Colour Accord, c3 Abbotsford, VIC
2008 Beyond the Fjords, Great Dane Studios, Prahran, VIC

Catalogue Texts
2012 Porcelain Persuasions by Miriam McGarry
2012 Crumbling Ecologies by Debbie Pryor
2012 Collaboration Continuity and Community by Alicia Renew
2012 Jasmine Targett in Wonderland by John Gregory
2012 New Perspectives in Environmental Art by Linda Williams
2011 Making Sense: from the Sublime to the Meticulous 
         by John Gregory.
2011 Icons of Climate Change by Linda Williams
2011 Tom Malone Glass Prize 2011 by Stefano Carboni
2011 Media Specific by Alicia Renew
2010 Ranamok Prize 2010 by Tina Oldknow, 
         Curator Modern Glass - Corning Museum of Glass New York.
2010 Australian National Gallery Glass Prize 2010
          by Michael Scarrone.
2010 Williamstown Festival Contemporary Art Prize by Julie Collins.

2014 Craft Unbound - Looking through the blind spot
        Debbie Symons and Jasmine Targett on the collaboration
        between artists and scientists on Climate Change.
2011 Progress Leader Newespaper - A Glass Above by Holly McKay. 
2011 Carbon Arts – Making Sense, Jasmine Targett and 

         Debbie Symons by Jodi Newcombe
2011 Monash University Media Center - Art vs. Science 

         by Emily Walker.
2010 ABC 6pm News ACT and NSW – Jasmine Targett: 
         Atmosphere in the Ranamok Glass Prize 2010.
2010 University WA, SymbioticA Symposium: Unruly Ecologies 
         - Featured Artist- Jasmine Targett.
2010 Craft Arts International, No 79 - Pre-Text by Anita Taylor.
2009 Craft Arts International, 76 – Questions of Scalability 

Professional Related Experience
2014 Gallery Assistant - Hawthorn Townhall Gallery.

2012 Lecturer - Research Symposium - Art, Activism
         and Social Change - Monash University.  
2012 Director - Crumbling Ecologies Project
2011 Judging Panel - Fresh Awards 2011. Craft.
2011 Co-Director- Research Symposium - Art and the 
         Communication of Climate Science.
2010 Tipping Point Conference participant – Melbourne.
2009 Founding Member - Brown Paper Artist Collective.

Latrobe Regional Art Gallery, Morwell VIC
Hope Darling Philanthropic Arts Collection, New York, USA
Sun Sou, Ceramic Collection, JAPAN
Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, TAIWAN
Watson Private Art Collection, Camberwell VIC 
Morgan Trust, Mornington VIC

Professional Memberships
NAVA 2009- Present
Craft 2008- Present
Ausglass 2009- 2012