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Liz strongly supports accessible education and opportunity in the Arts and Humanities through flexible learning. She has worked in the arts since graduating (Modern English Literature with Visual Arts) in the 1980s and has professional experience in studios, galleries and publishing as well as higher education.  Since achieving her teaching certificate she has worked in education for twenty years gaining further professional and academic qualifications to remain informed and engaged on current issues, practices and debates.

Liz also maintains her own creative and professional practice to inform her work in arts.  She is currently registered for a part time research degree on representations of place in post war England, is a co-director of the AHRC funded Ph The Postgraduate Photography Research Network and a member of various associations for e-learning, learning development and arts specialisms.  Details of other groups and interests can be found here.