New Event | Working With Curators – Tuesday 22 March

It is extremely beneficial for artists to have their work seen by curators. Outside of the potential for exhibitions, there is also the valuable opportunity to engage in a critical discussion of their practice. However, we do appreciate this can be a rather daunting process. What should you know and/or research in advance contacting a curator?

We introduce you to a panel of 3 curators who, in discussion, will help demystify the process. You will be able to take a closer look into the role and thinking of curators; seeing how they may engage with your work and offer some thoughts on how you might better equip yourself to connect with them.

The event is free for South County Dublin based Visual Artists.

The Panel is moderated by Catherine Hemelryk.

Panel
Catherine Hemelryk – Catherine is a curator and Director of CCA Derry~Londonderry and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts as well as External Examiner at Birmingham School of Art. Catherine is a mentor, guest lecturer, editor, consultant and advisor. Catherine was previously Artistic Director at NN, Northampton gaining NPO status under my leadership, and Curator at CAC Vilnius as well as freelance projects and curatorial residencies spanning Europe including GeoAIR Tbilisi, Sea Foundation Tilburg, Magacin Belgrade, Galerie Antje Wachs Berlin and Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire.
Ruth Carroll – Ruth is a curator and project manager with over twenty years’ experience in the visual arts sector. Currently Director of the Dock in Carrick-on-Shannon, she has a particular interest in work made in and around the rural and how visual art practice can be considered  as a way of agitating and disrupting the preconceptions of the rural. Current projects include Cliodhna Ni Anluain, Harry Walsh Foreman, Adam Gibney, Bennie Reilly, Celina Muldoon and a major research project looking at the North West as a place of production. She was previously Curator at the RHA in Dublin. She is also an expert in the contemporary art market, advising key private and public collections. She holds a BA Int. in Italian and English, a H.Dip. in Art Administration, a H.Dip. in Management Practice and a Diploma in Project Management from the IMPA.
Aoife Ruane – Aoife is the Director of the Highlanes Gallery and Board Member/Producer of Drogheda Arts Festival.
The event will take place online via zoom from 3-4.30pm on Tuesday 22 March.

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