25 November 2014

2008-2011   MFA (by Research) Drawing, College of Fine Arts, UNSW, Sydney
1998-2000   Full time study in Bachelor of Fine Art (Ceramics), National Art School, Sydney
1991-1993   Bachelor of Arts (Design), Curtin University, Perth, WA

2010-present    Lecturer/Sessional Lecturer, Ceramics, National Art School, Sydney
2008, 2012        Sessional Lecturer, Ceramics, College of Fine Art, UNSW
2004-2010         Sessional Lecturer, Ceramics and Public Programs, National Art School, Sydney
2001-2011         Sessional Teacher, Ceramics and Fine Art, Campbelltown TAFE, SWSI
2009                      Teacher, Ceramics Term Classes, Sturt Centre for Contemporary Craft
2004-2005         Workshops and evening class Tutor at Campbelltown Art Centre, Sydney

Exhibitions (*solo shows marked by asterisk)
Sixty: The Journal of Australian Ceramics 60th Anniversary, an Australian Design Centre national touring exhibition, Australian Design Centre, NSW, Araluen Arts Centre, NT, Cairns Art Gallery, Queensland
*In Place, Skepsi Gallery@Malvern, Melbourne, with Amy Kennedy
The Vase and Flower Show, curated by Sassy Park at 7 Clovelly Road, Randwick, Sydney
Exchange, Stacks Projects, Sydney
Intriguing Charm, Skepsi@Malvern, Melbourne
Share my Table, Australian Ceramics Triennale, Hobart,
Cadence, Sturt Craft Centre, Mittagong, NSW
Clay, Collect Space, Jam Factory, Adelaide
Gifted, Skepsi@Malvern, Melbourne
A butcher, a baker and a bunch of makers, Berrima Museum, Berrima
Earth: Contemporary Ceramic Art, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney
Unbounded, Stacks Projects, Sydney
Clay Intersections, Australian Design Centre Touring Exhibition: Hawkesbury Regional Gallery,
Hamilton Gallery, Canberra Potters Society Gallery, Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery
Thinking Outside, Jam Factory at Seppeltsfield, Adelaide
*New Songs, Skepsi Gallery@Malvern, Melbourne with Amy Kennedy
Distinctive, Skepsi Gallery@Montsalvat, Melbourne
17.08.16, Home@735, Darlinghurst, Sydney
Clay Intersections, Curated by Cath Fogarty, Australian Design Centre, Sydney
The ‘F’ Show, NORTH Contemporary Art Space, North Sydney
Drawn to Form: The Matter in Hand, curated by Abdullah M.I. Syed and Merran Esson, Blacktown Art Centre, Sydney
Pedestrian, curated by Jaime Tsai, Rayner Hoff Space, National Art School, Sydney
The Cup Show, Chinaclay, Sydney
Gifted, Skepsi Gallery@Malvern, Melbourne
*A flickering moment, Showcase at Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria
The Course of Objects: the fine lines of inquiry, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney
Quiet Conversations, Skepsi Gallery@Montsalvat, Melbourne
Expressions of Self, Skepsi Gallery@Montsalvat, Melbourne
MULTI_GRIP, Articulate Project Space, Sydney
Vitrify: Alcorso Ceramic Award, Jam Factory, Adelaide
Engaging Form, Skepsi Gallery@Montsalvat, Melbourne
Artwords and Artworks, NAS Project Space, Sydney
*Between Objects and Images, COFAspace Gallery, COFA, Sydney
*Between Objects and Images, Project Space, National Art School, Sydney
Arresting: Exceptional Australian Contemporary Ceramics, Skepsi Gallery, Melbourne
Shelf Life, Delmar Gallery, Sydney
Time + Place, curated by Vicki Grima, Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong
Winter – Time of Water, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney
Tim Olsen Drawing Prize, Kudos Gallery, Sydney
*Magpie Songs, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne, with Don Court
La Tasse et sa Sous-Tasse, Musée de Carouge, Geneva, Switzerland
Conversations, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney
LINK: Ceramics from Kongju and Sydney, NAS Gallery, Darlinghurst, Sydney
Six Southern Highlands Ceramic Artists, Sturt Gallery, Mittagong
A New Look – Functional Ceramics, curated by Janet Mansfield, Cudgegong Gallery,
Botanicals, curated by Kylie Johnston, Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design, Sydney
Salute, curated by Janet Mansfield, Fusions Gallery, Brisbane
Tim Olsen Drawing Prize, Kudos Gallery, Sydney
Australian Woodfire Survey, Freeland Gallery, Sydney
*Memory and Invention, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney
ICMEA Emerging Artists Competition (Finalist), Fuping, Shaanxi, China
Soothe, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne
Cup Show, All Hand Made Gallery, Sydney
Ceramics at the National Art School, ClayEdge Ceramic Conference, Gulgong.
Tea Bowls: Survey of Australian Contemporary Ceramics, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney
Clay STATEments, curated by Patsy Hely, National Ceramics Conference, Brisbane
The Colour of White, Sturt Gallery, Mittagong
Encrusted Woodfire Survey, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne
Small Wonders, Delmar Gallery, Sydney
Walking the Line, curated by Leslie Harding, Cell Block Theatre, NAS, Sydney
Winter Exhibition – Chilli, curated by Merran Esson, Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong
On the Table, Planet, Sydney
Common Ground, curated by Merran Esson, Delmar Gallery, Sydney
Between Seasons Show, Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong
Oribe and Cloth, All Hand Made Gallery, Sydney
Winter Exhibition – Porcelain, Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong
Love Your Work, The Muse Gallery, Sydney
Table Talk, Mura Clay Gallery, Sydney
Birthday Exhibition, Mura Clay Gallery, Sydney
Treasures of the Three Kings, Beowulf Gallery, Sydney
Graduate Show, Cell Block Theatre, National Art School, Sydney
Port Hacking National Pottery Competition & Exhibition, Hazelhurst Arts Centre, Sydney

2012 Finalist, Vitrify: Alcorso Ceramic Award
2007 NAVA Marketing Grant
2000 The Janet Mansfield Ceramics Prize, National Art School, Sydney
2000 Winner, Student Wheel thrown Section, Port Hacking Pottery Competition
1999 FONAS scholarship for Outstanding Student in Second Year Ceramics, NAS
1991, 92 Member, Vice Chancellor’s List: Outstanding Academic Performance, Curtin University

Bibliography – Articles, Reviews and Catalogues
Smith, S.E, ‘Susie Smith reviews 17.08.16’,
Crowe, J. (2015, September 4). ‘Tania Rollond’s Uncertain Objects Unpack Time Through Drawing’, CFile Online [Blog post]
Syed, A M I. ‘Drawn to Form: The Matter in Hand’ exhibition catalogue, published by Blacktown Art Centre, August 2015
Maas, A. ‘Expressions of Self: Australian Ceramics Excellence’ exhibition catalogue, published by Skepsi Gallery and Montsalvat Arts Centre, August 2013
Maas, A. ‘Engaging Form: Exemplary Australian Ceramics’ exhibition catalogue, published by Skepsi Gallery and Montsalvat Arts Centre, September 2012
Musée de Carouge, ‘La Tasse et sa Sous-Tasse’ exhibition catalogue, published by Ville de Carouge, Carouge (Genève), 2009
Esson, M. (co-curator) ‘LINK: Ceramics from Kongju + Sydney’ exhibition catalogue, published by the National Art School, July 2009
Foulds, G. Review, ‘A Salute to Australian Ceramics’ Ceramics Art and Perception, Issue 77, 2009, pages 25-29
Finch, K. ‘Tania Rollond: Journeys’, Ceramics Art and Perception, Issue 70, 2007, pages 49-54
Esson, M. (curator) ‘Common Ground: Contemporary Ceramics’ exhibition catalogue, published by Trinity Grammar School, Society of the Arts, April 2005
Harding, L. (curator) ‘Walking the Line’ exhibition catalogue, published by the National Art School, July 2005

‘Studio Visit’, Ceramics Monthly, January 2016, also featured of front cover of this issue.
‘thinking about drawings about objects about looking’, Journal of Australian Ceramics, April 2012
‘Inside my Studio’, Journal of Australian Ceramics, July 2009, pages 56-57

Conferences, Lectures and Mentoring
2015 Presentation to Ceramic Study Group, NSW, May 2015
2014 Mentor to Thomas Quayle, The Clitheroe Foundation Emerging Sculptor Mentorship Program
2014 Panel presenter Art Forum Lecture ‘Drawing and Process’ National Art School
2012 Panel presentation at ‘Subversive Clay’ Australian Ceramics Triennale, Adelaide
2011 Presented lecture to Postgrad students NAS (Drawing)
2011 Presented lectures for COFA (MFA Seminar), and Undergrad Students COFA (Design)
2011 Attended ‘Material Matters’ Ceramics Conference, ANU School of Art, Canberra
2010 Presented Art Forum Lecture, National Art School
2009 Presenter at Australian Ceramics Triennale, Sydney
2008 Attended ‘Marking Time’ Drawing Conference, UNSW and ‘Sturt Woodfire’, NSW
2007 Presented lecture and attended 2nd ICMEA Conference, Fuping, Shaanxi, China,
2005 Presented lecture for ‘Artists Unplugged’ series, Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong
1998 Attended ‘Edge’ 9th National Ceramics Conference, Perth

Shepparton Art Museum, Bendigo Regional Art Gallery, East Gippsland Regional Gallery, National Art School, Sydney, FuLe International Ceramic Art Museum, Fuping, Shaanxi, China, private collections in Australia, United Kingdom and Japan