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Morven Mulgrew is an interdisciplinary artist based in Glasgow. Working across performance, sculpture, costume and design she makes live work, costume and artefact concerned with the body. 


Interested in the homemade, the hand made, DIY and shonkiness as well as precision, shape and form, she likes abstract absurdities and grandiose gestures. She is a professional amateur and is making it up as she goes along. She makes mistakes.


She has recently taken up pottery, which she sells out of a market stall at The Barras in Glasgow's East End called ESTD. 


Graduating from Glasgow School of Art with a degree in Sculpture (2004), she then graduated from Cordwainer's College as a Shoemaker (2007) and Ecole de Theatre de Jacques Lecoq (LEM programme 2012).

She has been awarded the Inches Carr Bursary 2021, the A-N bursary 2020 and is currently working on new ceramic and performance work. 

You can email her at 

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Recent Work


Inches Carr Bursary Recipient

Awarded 5k to work on a ceramic project about grief, self healing, medicine, and wine through an exploration of a historical pot called a Posset Pot.


Life:LIVE! by Lucy McCormick, Battersea Arts Centre

Set, Costume and Performance for Lucy McCormick's musical show Life:LIVE!


Fantiques Roadshow, Stoke-on Trent and Walthamstow

Developement of Arts Council funded project, Fantiques Roadshow, a loving critique of cultural history, objects and who is the specialist.

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