2007 Doctor of Philosophy, (Arts), Australian Centre, University of Melbourne. By exhibition, True Blue and thesis The Significance of Diaspora Politics in the Visual Arts. Supervised by Professor Nikos Papastergiadis.
1984 MFA, University of Reading. Supervised by Adrian Heath
1975/78 B.A. Fine Art 1st Class Hons., North Staffordshire Polytechnic. Taught by George Mallalieu and Arthur Berry.
1974/75 Foundation Course, St Albans. Taught by Arnold Van Praag.
1991 Diploma in Education, La Trobe University Vic.
Ben Uri Gallery, U.K., Fremantle City Collection West Australia, Museum Victoria, The National Sports Museum, Moreton Shire Council, Queensland, State Library of Queensland.
2016 Anglo-Indians Sail into White Australia, 1947. The Foundling Archive, Melbourne
2015 Talkback with Tania Ferrier and Laura Mitchell. ACU Gallery, Melbourne and Academy of Arts, Lynchburg, Virginia.
2014 Being Patient, St Vincent’s Gallery
2013 Being Eurasian: Anglo-Indians Sail into White Australia, 1947, Fremantle Arts Centre.
Moreland Summer Show: Current Tendencies
Darebin Art Award
ANL Maritime Art Awards Exhibition, Melbourne
Art in Science, Science in Art, St Vincent’s Gallery, Melbourne
2011 Landmark Caboolture Gallery, Queensland
2007 Socceroos V Iraq McCulloch Gallery Melbourne
2006 True Blue fortyfivedownstairs Melbourne
2005 Meta Ipswich Regional Gallery Queensland
2004 Unseen Brisbane Powerhouse
The Image of the Glasshouse Mountains Caloundra Regional Gallery
2003 Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? 60 Merivale Street Brisbane
Place Bribie Island Community Arts Centre
Heat Noosa Regional Gallery
Gunnery Studios, Sydney
2002 A4 Refugee Project Metro Arts & City Hall, Brisbane
2001 Ready, Set, Go Sporting Life and Australian Art
Global Arts Link, Ipswich. Curated by Tim Morrell
Business as Usual Gallery 482 Brisbane
Welcome to Queensland Global Arts Link, Ipswich
Burke’s Dreamtime Tours Doggett Street Studio, Brisbane
1997 Gallery 482, Brisbane
1996 Gallery 482, Brisbane
1995 Alice Prize exhibition N.T.
Logan Art Award
Timor, a Voice., QUT, Brisbane
1994 Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs
Northern Territory University Gallery
1984 Creation for Liberation, Brixton Art Gallery, UK Curated by Rasheed Araeen.
Spirit of London, Royal Festival Hall, UK
Bohun Art Gallery, Oxford, UK
1981 The Hatfield Road Group, Stoke-On-Trent Museum and Art Gallery, UK
1978 Graduate Selection, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK
1976 Burslem Town Hall, Stoke-On-Trent, UK
Morgan, L., 2016, Tania Ferrier, Artsource, W.A.
Morgan, L., 2014, Talkback Essay
Morgan, L., 2013, ‘Abdul Abdullah: art, marginalization and identity’ in Re-Imagining the City, Sharp, K., Grierson, E. (eds.), Intellect, London.
Morgan, L., Lobo, M., 2012 ‘Anglo-Indians, Whiteness and the City, South Asian Diaspora, Special Issue, Sahoo, A.(ed.), Routledge, UK.
Morgan, L. 2011 ‘The emergence of Black Art in Britain’, in Collaborations in Modern and Postmodern Visual Culture, Burke, J., Chapple, L., (eds.), Colloquy, Melbourne.
Morgan, L. 2011 ‘Paki on-a-bike’, book chapter in Intercultural Relations in a Global World, Lobo, M., Oke, N., Marotti, V., (eds.) Common Ground, Champaign, Illinois, ISBN 978-1-86335-904-7
Morgan, L. 2010, ‘ Zeitgeist moments’, book chapter in The Curator in the Academy, Forrest, D. (ed.), Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne.
Morgan, L. 2010, ‘David Bomberg: “possibly a great artist”’, Interior Worlds: Hidden Stories, doubledialogues.com.au, ISSN 1447 9591
Morgan, L. 2010, ‘Kodak Migrant Moments’ Livingstone, D. (ed.), Social Alternatives The Photographic Narrative: Alternative Exposures issue, 2010, Vol.29, No.4. ISSN 0155-0306
Morgan, L. 2010, ‘Teacher Professional Transformation using Learning by Design: A Case Study’, book chapter in Learning by Design, E-Learning and Digital Media, ISSN 2042-7530 http://www.wwwords.co.uk/elea/
Morgan, L. 2010, Diaspora art: negotiating the racialised terrains of Britain and Australia’, in ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, RMIT University, Australia, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 1-1 ISSN: 0111-8889
Morgan, L. 2010, ‘Academic reflections and mid-life crisis’, in The Doctoral Journey in Art Education: Reflections on Doctoral Studies by Australian and New Zealand Art Educators., Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp.185-205 ISBN: 9781921509766
Morgan, L. 2009, ‘An exegesis: from theory to practice and back again’, in Publication of the Conference Papers ACUADS 2009, Ross Woodrow (ed.), Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools, Brisbane, Australia pp. 1-10 (ACUADS 2009 Conference)
Cahill, D., Smith, H., Burrows, P. Morgan, L., Law, S., 2009, Education for Global Multicultural Citizenship, for the Department of Education & Early Childhood Development
Mansouri, F., Jenkins. L., Morgan.L., 2009, The Impact of Racism on the Health & Wellbeing of Young Australians for the Foundation for Young Australians ISBN
Morgan. L., 2008, The Significance of Diaspora Politics in the Visual Arts: art protest and belonging, Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co.KG, Berlin. ISBN 978-3-639-08964-6
Morgan, L., 2008, ‘Please Explain’ Art & Lies 11 http://www.doubledialogues.com Issue Nine Autumn 2008 http://www.doubledialogues.com/issue_nine/morgan.html
Morgan, L., 2005, Illegal Action paintings by Les Morgan 2005
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