Fliss Quick

CV & Education

Selected Exhibitions

“You are not wonderful just because you are a mother”, Artist Mother Podcast, (2021), At Home, Canterbury, New Zealand (2020), HomeMaker, Gallery Shush, Serbia (2018), HomeMaker, Canterbury, New Zealand (2018), Cartists, Coventry Transport Museum, Coventry, UK (2017), For Posterity, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK (2015), From Chaos to Comprehension, Atta Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand (2014), Unofficial Georgetown Arts Fest Opening Ceremony, Lebuh Armenian, Georgetown, Malaysia (2014), Collaborate-Makers Dozen, Manchester Craft and Design Centre, UK (2014), Random String Symposium, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, UK (2014), MAGIC CITY, Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco, USA (2013), From Chaos to Comprehension, Danske Kunsthåndværkere, Copenhagen, Denmark (2013), More than Gold, Studio Huddle, Toronto, Canada (2013), MADE TO MAKE, Bilston Craft Gallery, UK (2013), Matching Items Available, Online Exhibition (2013), 60/40 Starting Point Series, Siobhan Davies Studio, London, UK (2012), WOOD, Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco, USA (2012), Donning Oxford, O3 Gallery, Oxford, UK (2012), Meddle, ‘Life’s a Bench’, Munich, Germany (2012)

Residencies

Mothership, Dorset, (2017), Blueprint for Happiness, Banff Arts Centre, Canada (2015), WAA, Penang, Malaysia (2014), Random String, Ludic Rooms, Coventry, UK (2013), Open for Business, Strange Ways Collective, Birmingham, UK (2010-2011)

Curation

MAGIC CITY, Co-curation with Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco, USA (2013), Donning Oxford, Co-curation of Site Specific Jewellery, O3 Gallery, Oxford, UK (2012), Table Manners, Co-Curator, Birmingham School of Jewellery, UK (2010), Winding Thoughts Museum, Collaborator and Co-Curator, Papatowai, New Zealand (2008)

Awards

The Artist Information Company: Time Space Money Bursary (2021), Mary. E. Hofstetter Legacy Award for Visual Arts (2015)

Articles and Publications

To the Point: Pin Mechanisms and Brooch Back Design Daniela Malev, Edition Winterwork (2017), Art Jewelry Today, Europe Catherine Mallette, Sciffer Publishing, (2014), Specimens from the Dance Laboratory, Marilyn Zapf, Crafts Magazine, Sept/Oct, (2012)

Symposiums / Papers

HomeMaker: Reflections on a Domestic Practice, Work Work Work: Domestic Labour in Art, SECAC, Baltimore (2022)