Katherine Glenday, Curriculum Vitae 


University of Cape Town, Bachelor of Arts (Honours), 1984 

University of Natal (now University of KwaZulu-Natal), Bachelor of Fine Arts (Ceramics and History of Art), 1982 

Grants / Awards / Residencies 

2006 – 2021 Annual Residency with Rose Shakinovsky and Claire Gavronsky  (Goedgedacht farm Western Cape and Poppiano Italy.)

2019 Free State Arts Festival, Bloemfontein

2011 Three-year artist and curatorial grant from Millennium Trust

2004 Klein Karoo National Arts Festival (KKNK), resident craft artist, Oudtshoorn

2002 Gold medalist, Vita Craft Now, Johannesburg

2001 Silver medal, National Ceramics, Johannesburg

1993 National Arts Festival, resident ‘craft artist’, Grahamstown

1984 Gold award, National Ceramics, Durban

Select Solo Exhibitions 

2021 Relationalities, Ateliers Courbet, New York

2021 Formed by Light and Fire, Thrown Contemporary, London

2019 Between, Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town

2017 Solo Exhibition, Les Ateliers Courbet, New York.

2014 This Personal and This Particular, The Forge, Kalk Bay, Cape Town

2008 Movement to Light, Amaridian Gallery, New York

2001 Tuning Narcissus, Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town

1997 The Kim Sacks Gallery, Johannesburg 

Select Group Exhibitions 

2021 Formed by light and fire, Throw Contemporary, London.

2019 Conversations with Irma, Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town.

2016 First Central Plains Ceramics Biennale, Henan Museum, Zhengzhou, China.

2012 SOFA NEW YORK 2012, New York

2011 Conversations, Amaridian Gallery, New York

2010 SOFA NEW YORK 2010, New York 

2010 SOFA CHICAGO 2010, Chicago

2008 Exchanges, The Forge, Kalk Bay, Cape Town

2006 Sound Still, Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town (curator)

1995 Fletcher Challenge, Auckland

1992 International Exhibition of Ceramics, Taipei

1985 Recent South African Ceramics, Johannesburg Art Museum, Johannesburg 

Public Collections 

Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg 

King George IV Art Gallery, Port Elizabeth 

William Humphries Museum, Kimberly

Museum of Art and Design, New York

South African Museum, Social History Collections, Cape Town 

The Tatham Art Gallery, Pietermaritzburg

University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg