b. 1994 Glasgow, Scotland

Meg Auld is a visual based artist in Glasgow. She has produced photographic and sculptural artworks that observe the inner workings of her own family dynamics. Her most recent work considers the sensory connections we have to objects and the effects they have on memory and mood.  

 

 

Education:

 

BA, Fine Art Photography, Glasgow School of Art (2018-2022)

 

 

 

Professional:

2018-2020 Assistant to Creative Director and member of the Learning and Engagement team - Studio Pavilion gallery, Glasgow

Selected Guest to represent Project Scotland and Scottish Contemporary Arts Network, ‘Art in Action’ (Visual Arts Manifesto, created in collaboration with Scottish Artists Union)

 

 

 

Press and Features:

Dec 20  Shop Project - W2 Retail, Jenifer Kent Studio

Nov 20  Teeth Magazine, Burning House Books edit

Nov 20  Random Access Zine (second issue) The Spaces In-between 

May 20  Streetlevel Gallery (online photo-challenge)

 

Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions:

Jan 20  Untitled (WIP) Collaboration with Rochelle Jolley, Online Exhibition 

Oct 20  Coordinates Show, Tradestoun, Glasgow

Mar 20  Focal Points, Wasps Studios Glasgow, Fine Art Photography Dept Glasgow School of Art

May 18  Betty, Richmond Building, Glasgow School of Art

 

 

 

Curation and Install: 

Mar 20  Focal Points, Curatorial Team, Wasps Studios, Glasgow

Nov 19  Pictures of Men, Pictures of Women, GSA student lead show, Glasgow

May 19  Installation and Creative assistant for Artist Sean Patrick Campbell ‘A Herald! in vibrant ends’

Apr 18  Glasgow International Programme at Studio Pavilion, curatorial and install assistant 

 

Workshops:

Oct 19  Freedom of Creativity (ages 5-12) two-day course as part of Learning and Engagement programme at Studio Pavilion, Glasgow 

Sept 19  Pinhole Camera Making, school visit co-ran with Artist Callum Rice at Studio Pavilion, Glasgow