Julie Morrison, is a visual artist & research practitioner who’s work identifies cultural theory and people’s relationships within society.
Master of Arts Degree (Merit) The University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Arts Degree (2:1) The University of Chester
PGCE- Currently studying for her Post Graduate Certificate in Education. Julie lectures at The University of Central Lancashire and is a guest speaker at Preston College as part of her on going teacher training.
Julie is also a member of MAP Collective, a collective group based in the Northwest of England. Exhibitions and publications by Map Collective explore the visual effects of the Anthropocene and current changes to our planet.
October- November 2017 - Harris Museum, Preston, A modern visual reflection of the original Beattie Water Collections.
September 2017 - PR1 Gallery,Preston, West Bank Boyz, A visual representation of the male culture living under Israel occupation in Hebron and Bethlehem.
March 2017 - PR1 Gallery, Preston,MAP Collective, photographic landscape imagery that highlights the effects ofthe Anthropocene and changes of the world we live in.