Neil Morris is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Printmaking at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Art School. Morris is a founder of the international event ‘Eight Days a Week: Liverpool/Cologne a Cultural Exchange’, an extensive ongoing program of artistic activities between the two sister cities. His artwork explores the relationships between a personal imagery and a sophisticated iconography and strives to maintain this pluralistic approach while making visual sense of a personal history. He has been involved in many international collaborative projects and has curated several exhibitions including ‘Graphic Authorship – Artists in Print’ (ISBN: 0-9542326-4-X).
“Interface Two” at Gallery‘K’, Liverpool Art School’; and “Malerei aus Liverpool” and “Von Zufalligen Linien und Rotlichen Flecken” (ISBN: 0-9547306-1-5).
Morris has exhibited extensively throughout Germany and has had recent exhibitions at Shanghai University and Orebro Castle, Sweden. His work is included in several publications, most recently Visible Signs: an Introduction to Semiotics, authored by David Crow,
Neil Morris & Pete Clarke where invited in September 2005 by ‘Impact/Kontakt’ the International Printmaking Conference in Berlin and Poznan.
Poland to make a presentation on ‘Eight days a week’ in the conference section ‘Diverse, unequal, different… interconnected’, exploring concepts of cultural exchange.
Neil Morris Outlines a Printmaking Residency at Liverpool Art School
Jutta Vollmer and Andreas Vietz are experienced printmakers and
active participants in the Cologne art scene. They established the
Kolner Graph ikwerkstatt in 1995 as a reaction to the demand for
printmaking workshops upon the closure of the Freien Werkstatten
(free workshops) in the early 90s.
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of the Bluecoats Art Centre, Liverpool, England.
Margaretha Schoening, Artist and Co-Curator of basement, Liverpool,
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