Janie Nicoll is a Glasgow based visual artist, who works across a range of media; including installation, collage, printmaking, digital imaging, and assemblage. Janie trained in Painting at Edinburgh College of Art, and undertook an MFA, at the Glasgow School of Art. She has received many awards including the Richard Ford Award from the Royal Academy, London; and a John Kinross Scholarship from the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh. She has undertaken many residencies and collaborations including a year long Partners Residency at Callendar House, Falkirk; a Creative Lab, and a Counterflows Residency, at CCA, Glasgow; a Rough Mix Residency, at Tramway for Magnetic North Theatre Company; a Protest and Propaganda Artists Lab, for Metal, Liverpool. Having been President of Scottish Artists Union (2014 – 2017) she now works for SAU as Projects & Campaigns Manager; and is currently a Trustee for Engage, the National Organisation for Gallery Education. In 2018 she took part in Glasgow International with ‘In Kind Project’, with artist Ailie Rutherford, exploring the ‘in kind’ economy of the visual arts.