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Morwenna Kearsley is a Glasgow-based artist working predominantly with photography, text and occasionally moving image. She often photographs objects that reveal part of who we are, as individuals and communities, from museum artefacts and personal effects to discarded scraps, draped fabrics and textiles. She often collaborates with other artists and non-artists via workshops, evening classes and community arts projects. She studied for a BA(Hons) in Photography, Film & Imaging at Napier University, graduating in 2007. With the support of a Leverhulme Scholarship for Fine Art, she received an MFA from The Glasgow School of Art in 2015.
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