rosie dahlstrom



Rosie Dahlstrom (b. 1993, Glasgow)


Artist and writer from Glasgow. Graduate of Painting & Printmaking at the Glasgow School of Art and recipient of the Phoenix Bursary. Currently working on a collaborative project entitled 'Princess Caroline' with Glasgow artist Kate Gallagher and living and studying in London.




Chelsea College of Arts, Master of Fine Art (Pending) 2019


The Glasgow School of Art, Bachelor of Fine Art with Honours (First Class), 2014




2016 - 2017  Seasonal arts tutor, Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine




2018   'Burns Unbroke', Summerhall, Edinburgh (25th January -10th March)


2017   '48 Point', Studio Members' Show, Trongate 103 (8th - 15th December)


          Galoshans Festival, Greenock (27th October - 3rd November)


          'Southside Salon', House for an Art Lover, Glasgow (12th - 28th May)


          'Princess Caroline' with Kate Gallagher, Glasgow Project Room, Glasgow

          (4th - 11th March)


2016    'Confined Spaces', The Old Gaol, Campbeltown (17th - 21st August)


2015    Phoenix Bursary Showcase, Reid Building, Glasgow School of Art

           (23rd July - 3rd August)


          RSW Annual Exhibition, RSA Building, Edinburgh (16th - 31st January)


         'The Real Face of Robert Burns', Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Alloway

         (21st February - 14th June)


         'Female Trouble', Solo exhibition, Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

         (5th - 30th March)


         'The F Word', Old Hairdressers, Glasgow (11th May - 12th May)


2014  School of Fine Art Showcase, McLellan Galleries, Glasgow (13th - 20th June)


2013  'Et Al', SWG3, Glasgow (3rd May - 10th May)


         'FLUSH', The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow (21st - 29th April)


2012  '2/2', The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow (12th - 20th April)




2017  Artwork for 'Take this to your grave (performance by Charneh Watson) as part

         of Into the New: Contemporaray Performance Festival, Glasgow


2018  Artwork for The Dragon & The Whales (family theatre show produced by

         Modest Predicament) as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018