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Elizabeth Murton

Elizabeth Murton (Early Years Coordinator, Membership Development Officer at LEAN and artist) has organised early years arts training sessions on attachment and speech and language.


After studying at Goldsmiths, Murton founded and now facilitates Engine ChatChat artist critique which runs at venues such as Bow Arts Trust, London. She received commissions from Deptford X and The Crafts Council and Historic Royal Palaces. At Core Gallery, Deptford, Murton curated and produced A Theory of Everything a cross-disciplinary exhibition with discussion Tea Parties and a sell-out art-science Salon Event. Elizabeth has co-produced a number of art-science discussion events as part of ideas-matter-sphere.


Find out more @elizabethmurton

www.elizabethmurton.co.uk

www.enginechatchat.co.uk

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