Works in the Stockroom are pieces that have been shown as part of a gallery show at Mr Kitly or curated by Mr Kitly.
See here for Kirsten's production work available in the shop.
Kirsten Perry’s educational qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts (Gold & Silversmithing) from RMIT for which she received First Class Honours, a Bachelor of Design in Industrial Design from RMIT, and an Advanced Diploma of Electronic Design & Interactive Media, RMIT. She also attempted 2 years of a Master of Fine ART by research at Federation University from 2012 - 2014.
Kirsten has exhibited in a range of local and international galleries, from commercial, to artist run initiatives and publicly funded spaces. Solo exhibitions include Not Wow (2016) Mr Kitly, Melbourne, Bad Hair Day (2014) Mr Kitly, Melbourne, Ahh (2013) Craft Victoria, Melbourne, Stevie Dreams (2012) Lowrise Projects, Melbourne, Home Time (2016) Craft Victoria, Melbourne, Uncanny Beigeness (2011) C3 Gallery, Melbourne and N-n-nervous (2011) No No Gallery, Melbourne.
Kirsten has been a finalist in the Victorian Craft Award 2017, Mansfield Art Glass incorporating Ceramics Exhibition, Mansfield (2017), the KAAF Art Prize at the Korean Cultural Centre, Sydney (2016), the 30th Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award 2016 at the Gold Coast City Gallery (2016), North Queensland Ceramic Awards at Pinnacles Gallery, Townsville (2016), Victorian Craft Award at Craft Victoria (2015), Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award at Manningham Gallery (2015), 25th Alice Craft Acquisition at Alice Springs Crafts Council (1999), City of Hobart Art Prize at Carnegie Gallery (1997) and the 8th Biennial Craft Event at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (1997).
Her work was acquired by the Gold Coast City Gallery in 2016.