Marion Harrison is an artist, curator and lecturer based in Leeds, UK.
‘Whichever way’ was broadcast live on Resonance Radio 104.4fm on 26 April 2011, as part of the Short Fuse series, in collaboration with Soanyway.
This recording of the hour-long broadcast, hosted by Marion and Derek Horton contains contributions from Paul Cordwell, Graham Dunning, GH Hovagimyan, Barry Hughes, Richard Kostelanetz, Brighid Mulley, Harold Offeh and Alex Staiger. The broadcast also features an interview with GH Hovagimyan in which he discusses his experience of the Downtown scene in New York in the 1970’s and 80’s and relates it to his current collaborative practices in new media.
1999 – current – Associate Senior Lecturer, Fine Art, Leeds Beckett University, UK
(2011-2014 – Course Leader, UG Contemporary Art, 2015 - Course Leader Post Graduate APD)
2014 – Higher Education Academy Senior Fellow
2000-2002 – Senior Lecturer, Graphic Arts and Design, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
1999-2001 – Lecturer in Foundation Studies, Harrogate College, UK
1999-2001 – Lecturer in Photo Media Studies, Leeds College of Art and Design, UK
2011 - Teacher/Advisor on European Exchange Academy, Beelitz Heilstatten, Berlin
2010 - Teacher/Advisor on European Exchange Academy, Beelitz Heilstatten, Berlin
2009 - Teacher/Advisor on European Exchange Academy, Beelitz Heilstatten, Berlin
2007 – Lead Artist, Gallery 37, Chicago/Leeds
2006 – Lead Artist on Alternative Education Programme, Leeds UK
2005 – Teacher/Advisor on European Exchange Academy, Beelitz Heilstatten, Berlin
2005 – Guest Teacher, Sint Lucas Art School, Brussels, Belgium
2004 – Lead Artist on Alternative Education Programme, Leeds UK
2004 – Teacher/Advisor on European Exchange Academy, Beelitz Heilstatten, Berlin
2002 – Lead Artist, Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK
1998 – Lead Artist, Photo 98, Pavilion, Leeds City Art Gallery, UK
European Exchange Academy 2004
The European Exchange Academy (EEA) was founded in 2003 as an answer to the growing incapability of regular European art academies.
2016 – Breaking Up Pt1 + Broadcasting the Barricades – Work aired on Radiophrenia, Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Art
2016 – Sounding Leeds – Paper given at symposium, The Tetley, Leeds, UK
2016 – Four Words – curated by Alan Dunn, Liverpool Media Wall, supported by Arts Council England, Seedbed, Metal Liverpool and Ocean Outdoor.
2015 – Untitled #3 – A publication in collaboration with East Street Arts and Thompson Brand Partners to mark the Bristish Art Show 8, Leeds .
2015 – Project Radio – Exhibition space and online radio broadcast emphasising the collaborative potential of sound art and radio within the gallery space. The project coincided with the opening of the British Art Show, Leeds. Funded by Leeds Inspired Grant Award and Arts Council. Hosted by &Model.
2014 – RadioCity – Curated and devised with Harold Offeh, a 12 week radio, audio and performance learning programme at Tate Britain,UK
2014 – Open Studio Commission, East Street Arts, Leeds,UK. Broadcast on Resonance FM – 10th March 2015
2011 – Whichever Way – an audio curatorial project with 8 artists in collaboration with Soanyway, online publication, www.soanyway.org.uk. Broadcast on Resonance FM, UK
2010 – Short Fuse – an audio curatorial project with 14 artists. Broadcast on Resonance FM, UK and Clocktower Radio, NY
2010 – ArtBowl –AMF Bowling, Merrion Centre, Leeds
2009 – Collage 68 – Revolution CD, A Dunn.
2009 – Radio ‘Broadcast’ No 1 / 9th December - www.live365.com
2009 – The New Obsolete, Artsway Project Space, London
2009 – Consolidation Job 352 – www.soanyway.org.uk
2007 – Team Helsinki. (Submission for Greater Helsinki Vision 2050)
2007 – Odoo/Current – Genghis Art Gallery, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
2006 – Grant for Arts Award, Arts Council, England
2004 – ‘The Guest House’ – Paper at the Politics of Cultural Memory Conference, Manchester, UK
2001 – Into The Night – Film for Leeds City Art Gallery, UK
1999 – Production Designer – Wilfred, Parade Films, UK
1998 – Lot 382 – Batley Art Gallery, UK
1998 – Open Art – Middlesborough Art Gallery, UK
1995 – Artist Show – Leeds City Art Gallery, UK
1995 – Women’s Open – Gallery II, Bradford, UK