MA Fine Art graduate invited to speak at symposium at Tate Modern
2018 MA Fine Art Canterbury graduate, George Morl, has been invited to speak at the ‘Graduate Mobility: Navigating Professional Practice in the South East’ symposium at Tate Modern.
The symposium will take place on Sunday 3 March, 1-3pm, at the Tate Exchange, Tate Modern
This session with CVAN South East and Reading International explores questions of location and mobility for early career artists in the South East of England. With contributions by artists who have exhibited through the Platform Graduate Award in recent years.
George Morl recently graduated with MA Fine Art from University for the Creative Arts (2018). He was nominated and exhibited in the Platform Graduate Award 2016 at Turner Contemporary and was awarded the Darren Henley Creative Scholarship. Following this Morl has been invited by CVAN and Reading International to discuss the development, research, and curation of his first public solo exhibition ‘Precious Boys’ at Southend Museum at Tate Modern which was organised whilst he was a postgraduate student, and consider the challenges faced being an early career artists in realising it.