Exhibitions

  • Salt Spring Island Ceramic Awards

    Very honoured to have been awarded 2nd prize at this year’s SSICA: https://www.ssicaceramicawards.com

  • IWFE - 2018 Schaller Gallery

    Coinciding with Cultural Confluence exhibition
    An online exhibition at Schaller Gallery in Michigan, USA

    Guest Curator – Tara Wilson
    Coinciding with “Cultural Confluence” wood fire symposium in Helena, MT, October 18-20, 2018

    Makers in this exhibition include:

    Bandana Pottery – North Carolina, USA
    Matthew Blakely – England, UK
    Josh DeWeese – Montana, USA
    John Dix – Kobe, Japan
    Robin Dupont – BC, Canada
    Perry Haas – Montana, USA
    Shawn Ireland – North Carolina, USA
    Shinsuke Iwami – Mashiko, Japan
    Sandy Lockwood – Australia
    Ken Matsuzaki – Mashiko, Japan
    Scott McClellan – Montana, USA
    Scott Parady – California, USA
    Elena Renker – Auckland, New Zealand
    Akira Satake – North Carolina, USA
    Martin Tagseth – Saskatchewan, Canada

  • Canadian Craft Biennial National Contemporary Exhibition

    I will be participating and exhibiting new works in the inaugural Canadian Craft Biennial national Contemporary exhibition at the Art Gallery of Burlington this fall.

    The Art Gallery of Burlington, in collaboration with Craft Ontario, is proud to present the first Canadian Craft Biennial from August 19, 2017 – October 29, 2017. The launch of this inaugural event during Canada’s 150th anniversary, will serve as a spotlight to celebrate and educate on the importance of contemporary craft throughout Canada’s diverse history and future. Under the theme Can Craft? Craft Can! the Biennial will explore What and who is ‘Canadian Craft’? and analyze ideas regarding the agency of craft.

  • Make and Do Mother's Day Sale

    New works on makeanddo.ca just in time for Mother’s Day.

  • Wood-Fired Invitational

    Bringing together nineteen artists from five countries for a special exhibition to showcase the language of fire and clay.

    William Baker
    Josh Copus
    Will Dickert
    Robin DuPont
    Judith Duff
    Michael Hunt + Naomi Dalglish
    Kazuya Ishida
    Eric Knoche
    Sandy Lockwood
    Shozo Michikawa
    Lindsay Oesterritter
    Hyangjong Oh
    David Peters
    Ben Richardson
    Tim Rowan
    Akira Satake
    Jeff Shapiro
    Catherine White

  • Celebrate Canada 150 - Willock & Sax Feature Artist

    CELEBRATE CANADA 150 – June Feature – NEW WORK by Robin DuPont, Willock & Sax Gallery
    Banff, Alberta, Canada

    June 9-30, 2017 – celebrating creativity and art in Canada’s birthday year with ceramic vessels that focus on surface texture and pattern.

  • Mobile Contemporary Ceramics: FORM

    As part of the 7th triennial Canadian Clay Symposium in Burnaby, BC, our renovated Airstream Trailer will be on the road again. This time onsite at the Shadbolt Centre and feature the works of contemporary ceramics artists:

    Katy Drjber
    Robin DuPont
    Carole Epp
    Martina Lantin
    Sarah Pike
    Martin Tagseth
    Christopher Watt

    Exhibition hours: March 18th 9am – 6 pm
    Registration for the symposium will be closing on March 13th, 2017

  • Groundwork Exhibition

    Shane Norrie Contemporary Gallery: We are very proud to represent amazing Canadian ceramic artists in our gallery, many of whom have been working with clay for decades. This exhibition celebrates the extraordinary talens of every one of them and will also introduce ceramic artists that are new to the gallery.

    Opening Celebration: Saturday, March 11, 2017
    7 – 9 pm

  • AKAR Yunomi Invitational 2016

    I have been invited to participate again in this year’s AKAR Yunomi Invitational. Online exhibition opens May 13, 2016 http://www.akardesign.com

  • CHEERS! Call for entry

    I am excited to have been asked this year to jury the 4th annual Medalta’s International Exhibition CHEERS! This theme is integral to our daily lives, in how drinking vessels can elevate a ritual, stimulate a conversation or thought and function purely to nourish our souls and selves.

    Apply online with the perfect tumbler, whiskey set, coffee mug, teacup, stein, tea bowl, growler, bottle, or flask. If your vessel is part of a celebration, whether it’s a perfect cup of coffee or a pint at the end of the day, we want to see what you’re celebrating with.

    Submissions to be completed online from March 17th to June 10th 2016.
    Entry Fee: $20 Canadian. (for those of you in the US that’s about $15 USD)