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Penny Barron is an Associate Lecturer in Fine Art Printmaking. She studied Postgraduate Higher Diploma in Fine Art Printmaking at The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, (1991-1993) and has since taught at a number of Universities including The Slade, Anglia Ruskin University and Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton). She has exhibited widely in solo and group shows internationally and has won several awards and prizes, including The Boise scholarship (1994) and more recently an Arts Council of Northern Ireland SIAP award (2017). She has been recently elected as a Fellow of The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (R.E.) in London. Parallel to her career as an Artist and Lecturer, Penny has worked on print research projects at The Centre For Fine Print Research, The University of the West of England, Bristol. She has also carried out consultancy work for John Purcell Paper, London and worked as a Master Printer at The Curwen Studio, Cambridge. Penny returned to live in Northern Ireland eleven years ago. She has established her own print studio, and is also a member and facilitator at Seacourt Print Workshop in Bangor.
21 Sep 1991 → 1 Jul 1993
Bachelor, University of the West of England
24 Sep 1986 → 14 Jun 1989
Fellow1 Jun 2008 → …
Member/Facilitator30 Jan 2008 → …
Summer School Tutor1 Aug 2007 → …