Individual Exhibitions

2018 Messages from the Bays Mu Gallery Mosman, Sydney

2012 Eye of Horus retrieval installation project, curators, Margaret Roberts and Susanne Callahan

2006 Dec-2007 Jan lookout, installation of 18 hill and mound volumes,(ceramic) Mori Gallery 68 Day St Sydney

2003 kiosk (room work) object installation Mori Gallery,68 Day St Sydney

2001 Catchment, a field of beakers for Saint Hedwig of Silesia & Wingecarribee Swamp, Mori Gallery 68 Day St Sydney

2005 haze, volume studies, 1-7 ceramic, Mori Gallery 68 Day St Sydney

2003 kiosk(room work) object installation including seven songs glass installation Mori Gallery, Day St Sydney

2001 Catchment, a field of beakers for Saint Hedwig of Silesia and for Wingecarribee Swamp, installation of glass objects at Mori Gallery Day St Sydney (self published catalogue)

2000 Catchment MVA Graduate Show New space, Sydney. (catalogue),

1999 Sedge, installation, Mori Gallery Day St Sydney

1995 Sleight, installation, Mori Gallery. Day St Sydney

1992 Messages from the Bay, Terracottas, Mori Gallery, Leichhardt Sydney

1991 Virtual Vases, Mori Gallery, Leichhardt Sydney

1990 Transactions, Mori Gallery, Leichhardt Sydney.

1989 Audile, Mori Gallery, 56 Catherine St Leichhardt Sydney.

1988 Configuration II, Installation of Terracottas, Art Heritage New Delhi, India. (catalogue)

Configuration I, Installation of Terracottas,(self published catalogue)

Fine Arts Gallery Maharaja Sarajevo University Vadodora, Gujarat, India

1986 Object Scenarios, (catalogue) Central Gallery, Griffith University Queensland.

1985 Ceramics, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne.

1984 Vase Rattle and Box (Dislocation from Place), Mori Gallery.

1982 Attachment to place: Ceramics & Pictures, Mori Gallery.

Group Exhibitions

2018

Platform 18 curated by Tess de Quincy Linda Luke and Marcus Whale Articulate Project Space

2017

BOAT: curator participant Anna Ingham, sculpture Jan Taylor, drawing Toni Warburton Ceramics ARTICULATEUPSTAIRS http://articulateupstairs.blogspot.com.au/ July 16-30th 2017

Platform17 curated by Tess de Quincy and Linda Luke Articulate Project Space

water objects -echoes: Louise Boscacci and Toni Warburton Cross Arts projects Sydney http://www.crossart.com.au/

2016

Objects in Space Artists in the Garden, curator Glen Barkley, Peacock Gallery, Auburn Arts Studio.

Fieldwork- artist encounters, curator Gary Warner. Sydney College of the Arts Gallery Rozelle

Hillview Sculpture Biennial Sutton Forest

2015

Drawn to Form curators Merran Esson and Abdullah M.I. Sayed for Black town Regional Art Centre

Turn Turn Turn The Studio Ceramics Tradition at the National Art School, curator by Glen Barkley, National Art School Gallery Sydney

Contemporary Clay curator Brett Stone, Olsen Irwin Gallery Paddington

Collections curator Cath Foggarty China Clay, Clovelly.

Instruments of Democracy WRVAP group installation and performance in Cementa at Kandos Scout Hall, Kandos includes : Agit Pots – H2O meditations on water in blue and white- participation project.

Daughters, Mothers – Future Feminist Archive curator Jacqueline Milner, Sydney College of the Arts Galleries, Rozelle, the University of Sydney

2014

Colour Form Line- Articulate turns 4 curator Bill Seeto Articulate Project Space

domesticated Nov 28 – Dec 14 curator Leslie Giovanelli Articulate Project Space (TW heat haze collaboration with textile designer Robyn Donaghue)

Slow Burn ceramics by staff, students and alumni COFA Kudos Gallery.

Australia wide open Studio project Australian ceramics Association August 16-17 Studio 91 Marrickville,

Wollongong Watercolour prize (highly commended ) Wollongong City Gallery

The Course of Objects – Fine Lines of Enquiry, Manly Regional Art Gallery curator Susan Ostling

The Frontier Wars, Damien Minton Gallery Sydney

2013

Leave it in the Ground – WRVAP at Articulate Project Space

The Fuping Group, residency and exhibition, curator Grace Cochrane

Australia wide open Studio project Studio 91 Marrickville, Australian ceramics Association

Eternity Damien Minton Gallery

2012

Recycled Dreaming curator Bronia Iwanczak the Drawing Room X Arts Books

Art and Documentation Festival, Biblioteka Gallery, Lodz Poland.

Collection in Focus: Contemporary Glass, Art Gallery Western Australia

2011

Three installations Giovanelli Grech Warburton Articulate

Viva Mexico! Horror Vacuii Articulate

Riparian Rites WVRAP Maitland RAG

2010

In Good Company (Fuping connection) Masterworks Auckland

Cry Me A River, Williams River Valley Artists Project (WVRAP) Tin Sheds Gallery Sydney

Picture window, Toni Warburton Peloton

Lino Alvarez: Collaborations in Clay Bathurst RAG

Littoral, Carnegie Gallery Hobart Curator Vivonne Thwaite

2009

Where we know: Toni Warburton Peter Cooley Wollongong City Gallery

Making it New: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, curator Glen Barclay M C A Sydney

The good the bad & the muddy, Mori Gallery.

Coal Clay Water Wood, 9th Ceramics Triennial, curator & participant, Mori Gallery

Replacements: other drawing, reveries of the everyday, curator & participant, Tin Sheds Gallery

2008

Salute Fusions Gallery Brisbane curator Janet Mansfield

Art Room Adelaide curator, Vivonne Thwaite

Works from the collection ( incomplete entry) Art Gallery of Western Australia

2007

The cup show Helen Stephens Gallery, Bronte Rd, Waverly

Australasian Ceramics Museum of FLICAM Collection Fuping China.

Hill End Connection, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

Undermining Rivers Sydney’s Drinking Water Endangered by Long Wall Coal Mining, curator, Jo Holder at The Cross Arts projects with Deborah Vaughan, Patrice Newel and Julie Shepherd of Rivers SOS.

Grounded: artists activism and the environment, curator, Jo Holder Campbelltown Art Centre

2006

Clemenger Contemporary Art Award National Gallery of Victoria

The Crafted Object 1960s 80s, National Gallery of Australia

Mayday show curator, Joe Holder at Cross Arts Collaborative work: Toni Warburton with John von Sturmer and Daniel Wallace

2005

Transformations the Language of Craft curator, Robert Bell, National Gallery of Australia (Catalogue)

Lapped, curator, Peter Fay, at Campbelltown Regional Art Gallery (catalogue.)

2005 Common Ground, contemporary ceramics, curated by Merran Esson for Delmar Gallery Sydney (catalogue)

SCARTS Ceramics at Ceramic Art Gallery Sydney

2004

Ceramics at Boutwell Draper Gallery (catalogue)

Forty, Object Gallery Sydney

Reflections, SCARTS glass at Wagga Regional Art Gallery

Plane to Line and point Marie McMahon, Patsy Hely, Kitty Kantilla, Fiona McDonald, Leslie Giovanelli, Tin Sheds Gallery Faculty of Architecture, and University of Sydney

The Landscape Show (room work: Boatshed.) curated by John Kirkman,Lewers’ Bequest Penrith Regional Art Gallery

2003-5

At Home with Peter Fay National Gallery Canberra touring show (catalogue)

Future function curated by Helen Stephens) ceramics with Trisha Dean and Mrilirrtjarra women’s’ ceramic Centre, Manly Regional Art Gallery, Sydney. (Catalogue)

2002

New Acquisitions, Art Gallery of Western Australia

Sharawaggi and The Scholar’s Table, ceramics by Toni Warburton and Anders Ousback Ceramic Art Gallery Paddington essay John Mc Phee. (Catalogue)

Less is more; less is a bore, Ceramics at Brisbane City Gallery. (Catalogue)

The Vase Show and anniversary for the Inner City Clayworkers Gallery Glebe.

2001

dealbatus, Toni Warburton, double damask, Margaret West two installations. Mori Gallery, Sydney

Drawing curated by Marie McMahon with Toni Warburton and Sue Pedley, Tin sheds Gallery, University of Sydney, and Faculty of Architecture

The Sum of Disparate Parts, Staff and Students of Gymea TAFE, Hazelhurst Art Centre Community Gallery.

2000-01

Federation, curated by John MacDonald, National Gallery Canberra (catalogue)

2000

Mirror: tea tree water table, table top component of installation with Patsy Hely and Susan Ostling. Gallery 482, Brisbane.

Green, a collaborative installation Toni Warburton, Margaret Roberts and Leslie Giovanelli at Kudos Gallery College of Fine Arts (COFA) University of New South Wales Sydney. University of New South Wales

Wingecarribee Swamp, curated by Phillip Kodela, Toni Warburton and Stephen Mori and David Tranter, Mori Gallery, Sydney, a fundraiser for web site designed by Sharon Beder and commissioned by David Tranter for Roberston Environment Protection Society (REPS) www.uow.edu.au/arts/beder/wingecarribee

1999

White, Ceramics Art and Perception Gallery, Paddington

1998

Initial. Curated by Judith Ducquemen, Installations at Gallery 132, Balmain (catalogue)

1998.

Nature as Object, Perth International Craft Triennial, curated by Robert Bell, Curator of Contemporary Craft, Art Gallery W.A. (catalogue)

Ground, Canberra Sculpture Forum, site specific collaboration with Susan Ostling (catalogue)

Contemplating the Bowl, Distelfink Gallery, Melbourne.

1997

Toni Warburton, Wake, Ceramics, (installation), Tim Maguire, (Paintings) Kelly Thompson (Ikat), Dari Vongpoothorn, (installation) Mori Gallery.

Multiplication, the multiple object in art, curator, Zara Stanhope, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria.

North Queensland Ceramic Award, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville,

Home Brand, curated by Jan Guy and Mitsuo Shoji contemporary ceramics at Casula Powerhouse, Liverpool (catalogue)

In Context, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Potters Society.

Australian Crafts for Tea curated and performed by Margaret Price, Australian Embassy Tokyo.

1996.

Misread in the Fortress, curator, Jan Guy, Kinesis Gallery, Leichhardt.

Vessel, curator, Peter Saines, ANU, Canberra School of Art Gallery.1996 Ceramics Conference. (Catalogue)

Delinquent Angel, Australian ceramics at Faenza, curated by Jo Pacoe 1995-6-7 toured Italy, Kyoto. Sydney (catalogue)

1995,

Interlock, staff and students, Ceramics, NAS, Artspace.

Under a Hot Tin Roof, Tin Sheds Gallery.

Oceanic Influence, curated by Nick Waterlow, Ivan Dogherty Gallery, COFFA. (Catalogue)

Being with Objects, curator Helen Stephens, travelling show, Orange Regional Gallery, Crafts Council of NSW, and Shepparton Art Gallery Victoria. Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville Nth Queensland. (Catalogue)

Women Hold up Half the Sky. Curated by Roger Butler: Australian National Gallery, Canberra travelled to Monash University Gallery Melbourne Victoria.

1994

Walking the Street, Newtown. Terminal 21 performance of airline stewards and aircraft crash cards with Jean Hartman and Bruce Tindale.

Place: Product, curator, Susan Ostling, Ipswich Regional Art Gallery. (Catalogue)

1993

Shhh… Curated by Jo Holder, Mori Gallery, Sydney

Wish Hard, Curated Jo Holder, pre renovated Wollongong City Gallery formerly the Council Chambers (catalogue)

1992

Ceramic Design Group, Rod Bamford, Rebecca Chapman, Peter Cooley, Michael Keighery, Patsy Hely, Toni Warburton. Mori Warehouse, Sydney,

Newtown Walking the Street Festival.

Working in Clay Today, curated by John McPhee, Australian National Gallery Canberra, and National Touring exhibition.

Vic Health Craft Award, Guest Curator, James Mollison. National Gallery of Victoria (catalogue),

1991

Transformations curator; Diane Lloyd, Bondi Pavilion (catalogue)

Fata Morgana 1, Gallery Constantinople, Fata Morgana 2, curator; Tess Horowitz Legge Gallery Redfern Sydney.

1990

4th National Sculpture Triennial, National Gallery Victoria (catalogue)

Architecture of Light, Mori Gallery Sydney

Three Artists from Australia, curator Peter Timms Auckland New Zealand. (Catalogue)

1989

Inside the Greenhouse, Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney University.

1988

The 80s a New Generation, Australian National Gallery.

A New Romance, curated by John Mc Phee Drill Hall, Australian National Gallery.

Indian Petrochemical Corporation (IPCL) sponsored Terracotta Workshop Exhibition, Vadodora, Gujarat India.

1987

Fire and Earth, Manly Art Gallery.

Recent Acquisitions Drill Hall, Australian National Gallery.

1986

Earth Plastics, Penrith Regional Gallery,

Brickworks, figurative sculptures made by local artists at Ralph Britain and Son’s Brickworks Reading Pitts, Griffith University. (Catalogue)

5 Artists in Manly, curator Peter Timms, Manly Art Gallery. (Catalogue)

1985

Perspecta, curated by Ursula Prunster, Art Gallery of New South Wales; (catalogue)

OZ Drawing Now, curated by Arthur MacIntyre Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries;

Queensland Film and Drama Centre 1975- 85 curated by Margriet Bonnin, Griffith University,

Selection Exhibition, Guest Curator Tony Bond, Manly Art Gallery;

Australian Crafts Survey, Meat Market Melbourne;

Caltex North Queensland Invitational;

Fremantle Crafts Centre Invitational

Australian Crafts Survey, Meat Market Melbourne;

1984

Landscape Mori Gallery.

1983

Living in the Pacific, Curator Ace Bourke, Crafts Council Gallery Sydney

Opening Show, Mori Gallery 68 Catherine St Leichhardt Sydney

1982

The Hieroglyph ’81,

Inner City Clayworkers, Potters Society, Mori Gallery and Terrapotta, Newtown.

1981

Students Gallery (now Mori).

1979

Group Show Students Gallery. (Now Mori)

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Fellowship

1986 awarded a Commonwealth Institute Research Fellowship taken up at as a non collegiate student in the Sculpture Department at Maharaja Sarajevo University Vadodara, Gujarat, India. (November 1986- September 1988)

Residencies

2013 Fuping Group, Sturt Workshops, Mittagong

2008 National Art School Ceramics studio, artist in residence: drawing and clay

2006 Residential workshop; FLICAM International Ceramic artists program Fuping Pottery Village and Factory, China. Works created were retained for the Australasian Ceramics Museum.

2006 visiting artists program Ceramics Studio Sydney College of the Arts

2005 artist in residence at Haefliger’s Cottage Hill End sponsored by National Parks and wildlife.

2005 and 2002. Visiting artist: Mrilitjarra Ceramics Centre, Warburton WA.

1997 Tokyo residential studio assisted by VACB.

1995. Residency, Ipswich Regional Art Gallery Queensland for Place Product curated by Susan Ostling, (Catalogue) participating artists Rod Bamford and Marie Backen.

1987-1989 Commonwealth Fellowhship residency as non collegiate research Student at MS University

1985 Artist in Residence, Ceramics Workshop. Griffith University QLD Artist in Residence Griffith University QLD. Research outcomes: Object Scenarios a series based on research into the Nuclear Industry, Colonialism in the Pacific, Science and ethics.

Devised Brickworks: life sized ceramic figures made by selected local participants hosted by Britain’s Brick Factory. Clay sponsored by Rochedale Brick and Pipe. Community participation press moulded tile colonnade on site at the Ceramics Studio.

Research outcomes:1985 Brick works (catalogue) at Britains Factory and Queensland Film and Drama Centre solo exhibition Object Scenarios Griffith University Group exhibitions. Selected Object Scenarios were included in Perspecta 1985 Art Gallery NSW and Inside the Green house. Tin Sheds Gallery Faculty of Architecture University of Sydney 1986.

Individual research grants

2002 New work grant, Visual Arts/ Craft Board of the Australia Council.

1994 Professional development grant V.A.C.B, travel and research into representations of Australian Flora in Australian decorative arts crafts and Indigenous art in public Museum Collections in Tasmania, South Australia, Northern Territory, and NSW.

1988-1989 VACB Grant field trips: research mud granaries of Kaatch. Based at Bharat Bahavan Tribal Institute, Bhopal.

1986 Commonwealth institute Fellowship

Collaborative research grants

2006. Australia/China Council grant for air fares to participate in International residency program at Fu Ping pottery village completed works included in Australasian Ceramics Museum with Fiona Fell and Michael Keighery (commissioner)

2002. Ceramics Studio Sydney College of the Arts. Research technology grant.

1992. Professional Development Grant Ceramic Design Group. Project assisted by VACB Australia Council for collaborative research into limited edition and serial production.

1989 1990s Committee of Management, Art Workers Union. Grants from NSW Ministry for the Arts and VACB Australia Council. Funding for Artists Housing Project and to employ an industrial officer

1985 86 South Sydney Visual History Project. VACB Australia Council funded ceramic artist and social history researcher on collaborative project with Susan Ostling and members of Redfern Factory Community Centre to research histories of land use, in Redfern from before white settlement to the present for production of Ceramic Tile Murals about land, community and industry. Installed at the Factory Centre and in the library foyer of Redfern Primary School.

1984: Workshop Development Grant Crafts Board of the Australia Council with Patsy Hely and Susan Ostling,for Glebe Estate ceramics workshop

1978 for Leichhardt Work Experience Project established and taught in the ceramics studio. Funded by the Schools Commission

Awards

1997. the North Queensland Ceramics Award, work acquired by Perc Tucker Regional Gallery ownsville, QLD.(Judge: Gwyn Hansen Piggott)

Curatorial research projects

2009 Curator/convenor/participant, Replacements other drawing, reveries of the everyday. Tin Sheds Gallery. University of Sydney

2009. Curator/participant/speaker/ writer, Coal, Clay, Water, Wood. Julie Gough (coal) Stephen Harrison (clay), Catherine Rogers (wood). Toni Warburton (water). NSW Ceramics Triennial, Mori Gallery.

2006 Curatorial Advisor to Mosman Art Gallery for Norman Hetherington retrospective.

2002 Curator, designer, researcher, for exhibition “The Art of Norman Hetherington, Mr Squiggle, marionettes, cartoons, graphics and fun” featuring the work of Norman Hetherington cartoonist and creator of the television character and program Mr Squiggle. Commissioned by Sue Wallace artistic director 5th One Van International Festival of Puppetry. Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre. Jan 20th –27th

2000-2001 Researcher, facilitator, co-editor of image and text with Jo Holder and Stuart Slough for Trade Union web site (savecurrawong.org) established for Friends of Currawong to try save the historic Unionists’ holiday site at Pittwater from being sold by Labour NSW.

2000. Co-Curator with Dr Philip Kodela, Stephen Mori, Luke Parker advisor Dr David Tranter from Robertson Environment Protection Society (REPS) awareness and fundraising exhibition about the destruction of Wingecarribee Swamp by peat dredging (permitted under coal mining legislation).

The Proceeds funded Dr Karen Beder to develop a web site ( no longer active)

(http/www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/sbeder/wingecarribee/government/relevant.html)