Lily Lavorato






Lily Lavorato [b. London, 1995], currently living and working in Glasgow
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2023: Into the Wild (alternative artist development programme), Chisenhale Studios, London
2014 - 2019: BA Fine Art, University of Leeds

2023: Interdisciplinary residency at Hospitalfield, Arbroath, Scotland
2023: Into the Wild residency at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire, UK
2022-2023: Developing Your Creative Practice grant, Arts Council England
2022: Yorkshire Sculpture International Sculpture Network, Yorkshire, UK
2021: Winter Residency at Yonder Gallery, Slaithwaite, UK
2020: The Art House Graduate Residency, Wakefield, UK
2019: Alan Mohun Memorial Prize, awarded by University of Leeds, School of Fine Art

2021: A Passing Place, duo show with Amelia Frances Wood, Assembly House, Leeds, UK.
2021: Vivavuci, Viaraffineria, Catania, Sicily
2020: Possible All Along curated by Gill Crawshaw, Online Exhibition
2020: Anharmonic Online Film Festival, International
2020: Between the Slime: The Art House Graduate Residency Showcase, Wakefield, UK
2019: Cut the Mustard, Free Range Shows, Truman Brewery, London, UK
2019: Cut the Mustard, University of Leeds Degree Show, School of Fine Art, Leeds, UK
2019: Spread the Mustard, Freehold Projects, Leeds, UK
2019: This is a gift to, The Brunswick, Leeds, UK
2018: Somehow, Despite Her, University of Leeds, School of Fine Art, Leeds, UK
2018: If a June Night Could Talk, Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, UK
2018: Don’t Sift, Just Stir, Platform 3 artist residency at Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, UK
2018: Be There, Be Square, Platform 3 at Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, UK
2017: The Morning After The Year Before, Platform 3 at Studio 24, Leeds, UK
2017: Disrupted Dispositions, Kestrel House, Leeds, UK
2016: I Exist, Platform 3 at The Old Red Bus Station, Leeds, UK
2016: Prod, Platform 3 at La Bohème (East Street Arts temporary space), Leeds, UK

2023: Mud Kitchen as part of Into the Wild's 'Tiny Interventions', GROW Hackney, London, UK
2021/22: SAFEDI, Social Artists for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. SAFEDI is an AHRC fellowship led by MMU, SAN, & Axis working with social artists, marginalised communities and policy makers to rethink what inclusion in the arts means.
2018-ongoing: Party Mom Society co-founder and member.

2021: Review - A Passing Place by Holly Grange

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