Liz Wilson joined UCA in 2011 as a Printmaking Technician and Associate Lecturer. She received a Masters in Fine Art from the Royal College of Art in 2017, a Postgraduate Certificate in Post-Compulsory Education in 2009 and a BA (hons) in Illustration and Animation from the University of Gloucestershire in 2008.
Liz works with various course portfolios in Epsom, namely BA Fashion Promotion & Imaging, BA Graphic Design, BA Advertising, MA Design Innovation & Brand Management and MA Graphic Design.
She has exhibited and screened works within the UK and internationally within various Art Institutions including Taoxichuan Museum of Art, China; OGA, Rome; Parc de la Villette, Paris and Hockney Gallery, London. Working across the boundaries of print, moving image and sculpture her practice draws connections between the virtual space and physical copy, reflecting constant developments within technology and our complex relationship with images.
In recent months she received the first completely digital art commission for 'Art in Manufacturing', the headline-commissioning programme for the National Festival of Making (Supported by Arts Council England and Deco Publique). In 2018 her work was shortlisted for Bloomberg New Contemporaries, the Stanley Picker Tutorship (2017), In addition to being selected as ‘One to Watch’ by editor in chief for ‘After Nyne’ magazine (2017). She has also recently been awarded Arts Council Development Funding (2019), The Augustus Martin Print Prize (2017), Eaton Fund (2017), YLCE Award (2016), University for the Creative Arts Professional Development Grant (2015/16) and the Pushing Print Solo Award and Bursary (2015).