Lives & Works Tarndanya/Adelaide, South Australia
tamara.baillie [at] gmail.com

Education

2016 Master of Visual Arts (Sculpture), University of South Australia
2006 Bachelor of Visual Arts (Sculpture), Adelaide Centre for the Arts

Solo Exhibitions

2018 Lighthouse, FELTspace, Adelaide
2017 Flow, Art Pod, Adelaide
2016 The Driest State, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide
2016 Awash, ArtSpace, Sydney
2015 Odradek, Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide

Group Exhibitions

2019 Nessun Posto, Trocadero Artspace, Melbourne
2019 Kaleidoscope, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide
2018 Measured Response, National Art School, Sydney
2017 Grain, Hart's Mill, Adelaide
2017 Walan Tinaagirbang/Strong Women, Firstdraft, Sydney
2015 Shimmer, JamFactory & South Australian Museum, Adelaide
2015 Odradek, Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide
2015 Ghostly Nature I, Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide
2015 ARI Co-Lab, Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide
2014 Our Mob: Behind the Glass, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide
2014 FELTmaps, FELTspace, Adelaide
2013 Past Illusions and Present Realities, Nexus Gallery, Adelaide
2013 Full Circle, UniSA, Adelaide

Awards

2019 ACE Open City of Adelaide Studio Resident
2018 British School at Rome Residency, Helpmann Academy
2018 ArtsSA Professional Development Grant
2017 Finalist, City of Whyalla Art Prize
2016 ArtsSA Emerging Mentorship
2014 Klein Family Foundation Studio at Fontanelle
2013 UniSA Chancellor’s Community Engagement Award

Bibliography

2019 Anne Marsh: Women’s Art and Feminist Criticism in Australia 1968-2018, (forthcoming)
2019 Max Koetsier: Nessun Posto, Trocadero Art Space, Memo Review, 17 August
2017 Emily McDaniel: Walan Tinaagirbang/Strong Women
2016 Sue Kneebone: The Driest State, catalogue essay
2016 Jane Llewellyn: Profile: Tamara Baillie, The Adelaide Review, December
2015 Catherine Clifton: Masking emotion, Adelaide Matters, November
2015 Jane Llewellyn: Ghost stories, The Adelaide Review, July
2014 Coby Edgar: Arts Breakfast, Radio Adelaide, 25th October
2013 Louise Nunn: Past Illusions and Present Realities, video interview