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nikkita morgan

Edinburgh
Mixed media textile artist

As an Irish political textile artist, my studio work encompasses a diverse range of art, design, and craft approaches. I predominantly use needlework to capture intricate stories: emblematically unravelling and re-working aspects of socio-political, cultural, and environmental issues. Alongside my practice, I devise and deliver textile-based workshops and projects within a range of educational and community settings.

 

I received my Master’s in Textile Design from Norwich University of the Arts and was a recipient of the Arts and Humanity Research Council Award for my course of study. Before embarking on postgraduate study, I was an undergraduate student at University of Wales: Trinity Saint David: Coleg Sir Gar studying a BA (Hons) in Textile, Art, Design & Craft. On completion of my degree I received the Textile Student of the Year Award.

 

Entangled Politics

Welcome to the North......Screen-print experiments

Welcome to the North....

Victory, Has our day come?

International Artists in Residence Programme - Community Engagement

Textile Art Project

St. Brigid's Patch

September 2022 #03

What Lies Beneath (screen-print)

September 2022

St. Brigid, patron saint of beer

What Lies Beneath

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