Tue 29 & Wed 30 Sept 2015
Journalist, Producer, Curator
Emma Morsi is currently juggling post-student lifestyle, taking on invaluable opportunities withinYoung Arnolfini and Salaam Shalom Charity Youth Council, producing her digital magazine Nocturnal and working freelance as a photographer, journalist and curator.
Particularly interested in everything, Emma loves to take on new endeavours and has recently published the third issue of Nocturnal. By being part of Young Arnolfini Emma has worked with international artists and co-lead creative workshops for the Arts Council. She is currently part of the Situations and Rising Arts Agency’s Situations Rising collaboration as a digital storyteller for the upcoming Theaster Gates Sanctum project.
For the second year in the row Emma is covering No Boundaries 2015 as Watershed’s Young Journalist. She was part of the Creative Talent Lab in Bristol and has since written for Watershed in a freelance capacity. Emma had gone on to take part in the shortlisting of the Playable City 2014 Award as well as a speaker for the Making the City Playable 2014 conference.
Other roles have seen her styling and photographing for leading independent Bristol-based brands Shop Dutty Ltd and Seven 7 and co-curating the phenomenal National Portrait Gallery’s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition at M Shed.
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