Morag Myerscough

Morag Myerscough has been BUSY during lockdown becoming an even bigger and bigger name creating public art and beautifully designed experience across the UK.

You might’ve seen Morag’s bright, bold, colourful work crop up around Leeds and Manchester working in collaboration with In Good Company Leeds to create artwork supporting the heroes of the pandemic.

Most recently, Morag has been part of a scheme led by Coventry Council to bring more art to the city centre and the result is a rainbow extravaganza and PURE JOY. This is an amazing example of how funding the arts can bring tourism and a new lease of life to regenerate an area creating amazing results. We love to see it! Now, who fancies a trip to Coventry for a instagram selfie? 🙋‍♀️

Written by:

Stephanie Maguire Senior UX Designer

Category:

What we like

Date:

16/06/2021

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