Sarah Tracton is a multi-disciplinary 2D and 3D artist.  An award-winning filmmaker, Sarah is a recent BFA graduate in Ceramics at the National Art School, East Sydney. 

In the final year of her BFA, Sarah refined a technique of of building architectural porcelain slabs from pouring wet porcelain slip onto a smooth plaster surface. Marbled chromatic landscape panorama coloured surfaces akin to landscape topography are the result. Each piece is unique, with vast variations in coloured surface patterns. 

SOLO EXHIBITION
 2018     Hearing it for Silence, St Heliers Street Gallery, Abbotsford Convent 

GROUP EXHIBITION

2018      
Crosspoint Perceptions, Testing Grounds
2016      Small Works, Group Show, Project 504
              Ephemeral Nature, Group Show, Gallery Klei
2015      Tools & Containers, National Art School, Stairwell Gallery. 
2008      24 Hour Monitor Exhibition, NT Museum of Contemporary Art

AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS

2018      Macquarie Group Emerging Artist Prize - Finalist
              Klytie Pate Award and Exhibition - Finalist
2017      Connected Art Prize, No Vacancy Gallery Melbourne - Finalist
               ACMD Acquisitive Art Prize - Finalist
               Victorian Craft Awards - Finalist
               Contemporary Art Awards - Finalist
               Kylie Platt Award and Exhibition - Finalist
2016       Creative Fellowship - State Library of Victoria
               Australia Council for the Arts Skills and Development Artist Grant
               Contemporary Art Awards - Finalist
               Make It Award, MakerSpace Sydney - Finalist
               North Queensland Ceramics Prize - Finalist
2015       Australian Association of Ceramics Prize for 3rd Year - National Art School
               Kenneth W Tribe Scholarship                                                                                                                       
2011       Australian representative for the JENESYS (Japan- East Asia Network of Exchange                                   
               for Students & Youths) East Asia Future Leaders Program in Social Welfare, Japan Foundation
2009      Churchill Fellowship Award
               Screen Australia Travel Grant - Emotions Documentary Film Festival, Athens. 
               The Way We Live Film Festival, Munich
2008      ATOM Award, Best Short Form Documentary - Finalist                                                                      
               Pamela A Walker Award Superfest - Winner                                                                                            
               Harmony Film Festival, Best Film - Winner                                                                                                             
               World of Women Film Festival, Best Documentary - Winner  
               World Deaf Film Festival Gallaudet - Highly Commended
               Katoomba Film Festival - Best Sound  
               Shepparton Shorts - Best Documentary
               Perspectiva, Moscow - Highly Commended
               Sprit of SHHH Award
2006      3rd Year Drawing Week Prize - Winner                                                                                               
               Waverley Art Prize - Highly Commended
 

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Fine Arts, National Art School East Sydney
Bachelor of Arts in Communications, UTS Sydney
Interactive Digital Media Scholarship VFX, Metro Screen
Documentary Filmmaking Scholarship, Metro Screen

INTERVIEWS

ABC Life Matters interview with Natasha Mitchell, Radio National - Learning to hear again

ABC 702 interview with Adam Spencer - Is it possible to live a soundless existence?