Morphē is a national network of arts graduates and emergent artists.

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Morphē provides support and resources to Christian graduates and emergent artists to work with integrity in their creative practices – making a difference in the world of contemporary art.

We believe art is an essential part of what it means to be fully human. We have a vision for artists of faith to become a dynamic and transformative presence in today’s world of art.

We believe art—

We act out the following values—

Hospitality

We welcome artists of all faiths and none

Community

We seek to nurture community through meetings and shared meals

Collaboration

We often work in partnerships with other (Christian and non-Christian) organisations

Professionality

We focus on arts graduates and young professionals

Prophetic faithfulness

We challenge art practices that put fame or profit over justice and respect for people as created in the image of God

The Morphe team

Alastair Gordon

Alastair Gordon is co-founder of Morphē Arts, a painter and art tutor at Leith School of Art. He works from his studio in  South London and exhibits with galleries and art fairs across the UK, Europe and the US. Artist Website

David McCulloch (Cully)

Cully is co-founder of Morphē Arts. He is based in Dundee but also works with artists in Glasgow and Edinburgh. His multi-disciplinary art practice includes print and sculpture and encompasses the programming of two alternative gallery spaces - Nomas* Projects and Sharing Not Hoarding - with a focus on the role of the artist in society. Artist Website

Nathanael Orr

Nate is a singer/songwriter based in South East Wales. He is currently acting as vision champion for a startup that works to serve artists through production and community. Nate has been working with Morphe since 2020 and is supporting us in developing our online communications and media. Sound Cloud and Band Website

Sarah White

Sarah has been working for Morphē Arts since 2012, primarily in a mentoring role with visual artists. Commencing September 2021 she has taken on a new role as the Visual Arts Programme Curator (London based). Sarah completed her MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art in 2016. She has a multi-disciplinary arts practice across dance, sculpture, installation and writing. Artist Website

Autumn Term 2021: Join us this term for both online and in-person groups in Scotland and London