2019􏰀

A way to sync, live in the world, and the opposite of relax, Verge Gallery, Sydney􏰀
Artist-in-Residence, Parramatta Artists Studios􏰀
Artist-in-Residence, Enough Room for Space, Brussels, Belgium
Create NSW, Artists Support Grant

2018

Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Projects Funding
Artist-in-Residence, Enough Room for Space, Brussels, Belgium
Research and production assistant, Anna Craycroft, Motion Into Being, New Museum, New York􏰀
Cinematography and editor, Frances Barrett, Handle, Hessel Museum, New York

2017

The symbol for silence is called zero. Enough Room for Space, Brussels, Belgium
Research Residency, Enough Room for Space, Brussels, Belgium
Vagabond Time Killers, The Wassaic Project, New York, USA. Commissioned project, Summer Festival and Exhibition program
The symbol for silence is called zero. Enough Room for Space, Brussels, Belgium
Cementa17 Contemporary Arts Festival, Kandos, NSW, Australia

2016

Antiques Roadshow. Justin Balmain (Sydney); Petra Cortright (Los Angeles); Simon Denny (Berlin); Heath Franco (Sydney); Greatest Hits (Gavin Bell, Jarrah de Kuijer and Simon McGlinn / Melbourne); Ying Miao (Beijing); Amalia Ulman (Los Angeles / London / Gijón). Gertrude Contemporary, curated by Mark Feary, Melbourne
Too Lose Focus, Runway, Issue #30: [ECOLOGIES], 2016
Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant, The Ian Potter Cultural Trust, Australia
Writer-in-Residence, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Artist-in-Residence, Cementa17, Kandos, NSW, Australia

2015

The symbol for silence is called zero, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Darebin Art Prize Finalist Exhibition. Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Victoria, Australia
At Length : Italian baroque (SLUSH). Minerva Gallery, Sydney, Australia
NSW Artist Grant, National Association for Visual Arts, Australia
Artist-in-Residence, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY, USA
The Career Fund, Copyright Agency, Australia
Tonia Shoumatoff, Sydney Artist Comes to Wassaic Project, The Millbrook Independent, 30 December 2015
Stella Rosa McDonald, The symbol for silence is called zero | Girls Girls Girls, The Art Life, 15 June 2015

2014

As Long as it La Las (sts). NEAR/AFAAAR, Sydney, Australia
Note to self. The Walls, Miami Beach, QLD, Australia
Australia Council for the Arts, Visual Arts Board New Work Emerging Artist Grant
THE CLOSED DOOR/THE OPEN DOOR. Justin Balmain/JD Reforma. ALASKA Projects, Sydney, Australia
Artbar. Curated by Marian Tubbs and Caitlin Franzmann. Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Artbar. Curated by Hossein Ghaemi and Nick Dory. Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Hercules & Aphrodite presents, curated by Juz Kitson and Philjames. 525 King St. Newtown, Australia
John Fries Award Exhibition. Galleries UNSW, Sydney , Australia
Substation Contemporary Art Prize Exhibition. The Substation, Melbourne, Australia
Speculative Everything (SLUSH). Curated by Amelia Wallin. Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Rebecca Ross, Text to speak: Justin Balmain, ABC Open, 14 October 2014.
Stella Rosa McDonald, The John Fries Award 2014, The Art Life, 18 August 2014
Kate Brition State of the Art – The List and the John Fries Award, Raven, 14 August 2014
NSW Artist Grant, National Association for Visual Arts, Australia
Artist-in-Residence, Waverly Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia

2013

Firstdraft Gallery Board of Directors
Master of Fine Arts by Research, College of Fine Arts, Sydney, Australia
Parlour, curated by SuperKaleidoscope. Kaldor Public Art Projects, Pier 2/3 Walsh Bay, Sydney, Australia
Home Is Where One Starts From, (Slush, On Kawara, Jon Barbour, Stephen Bambury, Colin McCahon), Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Mono-no-aware Curated by SuperKaleidoscope. Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne, Australia

2012

Firstdraft Gallery Board of Directors
Oxford Riot: Songs for a..., Sydney Guild Presents, Sydney, Australia
Networked//:, Kudos Gallery, Sydney , Australia
Those That Are Myths. Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand
In Case We Never Meet. MOP Projects, Sydney, Australia
SLUSH (SLUSH). Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Melody Ellis, Spectacle/Obstacle, Das 500, 01 February 2012
Artist-in-Residence, Sydney Guild, Sydney, Australia

2011

Firstdraft Gallery Board of Directors
Spectacle/Obstacle, curated by SuperKaleidoscope. West Space, Melbourne, Australia
Spectacle/Obstacle, curated by SuperKaleidoscope. Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, Australia
I Am What I Play (with Marian Tubbs). Sydney Fringe Festival, National Art School Cell Block Theatre, Sydney, Australia
Spectacle/Obstacle catalogue, West Space Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Megan Garrett-Jones, Spectacle/Obstacle, Das 500, 04 June 2011
Meredith Birrell, Spectacle/Obstacle, The Art Life, 06 May 2011.
Kim Fasher and Sarah Mosca, Spectacle/Obstacle “Bombs, Bells and Bright Australia Council for the Arts, Visual Arts Board New Work Emerging Artist Grant

2010

Lesser Abstraction. MOP Projects, Sydney, Australia SuperKaleidoscope, Featured Artist November 2010.
Katie Dyer, Barometer, Artbank Now (October 2010), p.10-11

2009

Maybe, In the End, It Was a Dream. Otago School of Art Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand
Master of Fine Arts by Research candidature, Otago School of Art, Dunedin, New Zealand Artbank annual calendar

2008

Playground, Chalk Horse, Sydney, Australia
Salad Days: Justin Balmain, Diedre Brollo, Catherine Fox, David Wills. National Art School Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Katie Dyer, Salad Days: Justin Balmain, Diedre Brollo, Catherine Fox, David Wills. Catalogue Essay, National Art School Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2007

Artist Fellowship Program, National Art School, Sydney, Australia

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