Harriet Schwarzrock

Image: ‘between stillness and movement’, Canberra Glassworks 2018 Photo credit: Sam Cooper

Harriet Schwarzrock is a visual artist working in glass and mixed media. She has exhibited extensively and her work is widely collected in Australia and overseas. Her current research explores ideas of ‘connectedness’ through neon lighting technology.

Schwarzrock is the recipient of the 2019 Procter Fellowship, a revered ANU SOA&D annual award supporting research excellence and international exchange for a visual artist or designer working with glass. As Procter Fellow, she is undertaking a visiting artist residency in the glass workshop, following a period of international research into neon technology.

Schwarzrock’s practice is based in Queanbeyan, NSW, where she and her partner Matthew Curtis run a hot glass studio.





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