Morgan Beale

Morgan was based at Rainham Hall, a National Trust property in Havering, East London, and worked on learning programming and community engagement projects, including arts workshops focused around wellbeing through the process of making. Morgan is an artist-maker interested in accessibility and representation. Having graduated in Costume Production in 2018, they now specialise in sensory costume and props for people with additional needs. Morgan is passionate about sustainable, slow-made crafts, and makes bespoke sketchbooks, journals and art books, such as their book on transgender representation in film which was exhibited at the Society of Bookbinders International Conference 2019, also in 2019 year, they also created a podcast with co-host Samiir, which by honestly discussing their diverse projects and offering advice as early-career artists, is building a community of arts students and recent graduates. After starting with New Museum School, Morgan was inspired by the cohort and the diversity of new ideas that everyone brought, especially in highlighting underrepresented histories and engaging new audiences.