Morphē is a network of artists, musicians, writers, designers and performers across the UK. They support graduates as they transition into professional practice by offering free mentoring and hosting events.
Shieldfield Art Works (and previously, as Holy Biscuit) has been part of the national arts network Morphē Arts since 2011. Since then, HB/SAW’s work has been deeply enriched by the teaching, community and practice of those in the network, and have exhibited and supported the work of Alastair Gordon, Cully McCulloch, Owen Daily, Liza Cucco, Zannah Cooper, Lucinda Metcalfe, Oliver Mezger and Making Faces. In 2012 we worked with Morphē on our conference Recreation exploring the tensions and connections of art and faith.