© 2018 by Ruth Brenner.

CV

Education

2017 - present   Practice-led PhD, University of Sunderland.

2015 - 2017       MA Ceramics, University of Sunderland.

2010 - 2012       Master of Fine Art, Newcastle University.

2007 - 2010       BA (Hons, First Class) Fine Art, Northumbria University.

 

Grants & Awards 

2019 - Ashurst Emerging Artist, Sculpture Prize 2019.

2013 - Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award 2013.

2010 - Paul Mason Sculpture Prize.

Selected Exhibitions

2019 - Material <---> Artist (solo exhibition, curated by Briony Marshall), Ashurst Prize Winner's Exhibition.  Currently on view at the Ashurst Gallery, The Fruit and Wool Exchange, Shorditch. 

2019 - Shortlisted Artist, Ashurst Emerging Artist Exhibition, Ashurst Gallery, The Fruit and Wood Exchange, Shorditch.

2018 - Light Embodied, Pembroke College JCR Art Gallery, Oxford.

2018 - Condenser (2018-2019), The Elemental Sculpture Park, Cirencester.

2018 - Incognito, The Old Biscuit Factory, London.

2017 - Materiality Exhibition, Holy Island, Berwick.

2017 - We'ar, MA Glass and Ceramics, The National Glass Centre, Sunderland.

2016 - Through a Glass Darkly, Research project between Durham and Sunderland Universities.

2016 - Reflections - Glass: Water: Art: Science, The Haining, Scotland.

2015 - The Nature of Things (Solo Exhibition), Newcastle Art Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne.

2013 - RBS Bursary Awards Exhibition, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London.

2013 - WAC 2013 Exhibition, Wells, Somerset.

2013 - Terra Incognita, presented by MIMA Emerging Curators, ARC, Stockton.

2013 - Connecting Principles, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne.

2012 - Master of Fine Art 2012, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Residencies

2017 - Materiality, Holy Island.

2016 - Reflections - Glass: Water: Art and Science, The Haining, Selkirk.

2015 - The Nature of Things (Amber Rosin - Experiment), Newcastle Art Centre Residency, Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne

Other

2019 - Bartlett Crit, The Newcastle Fine Art Degree Show Critique, Newcastle University.

2010 - Work in private collection - S. Jones, Director and Publisher, a-n Magazine UK.