Void Gallery has announced Maeve Butler as their new Head of Access & Engagement. She begins her post on Wednesday 4th April.
On her new position, Maeve said: “I am delighted to be joining the team at Void, I look forward to building upon the work of Void Engage and to working with local communities to create a culturally inclusive Access and Engagement programme.”
Maeve Butler has extensive experience working in the Visual Arts. Previous roles include Gallery Development Manager for Photo London; Assistant Curator in the Touring department of the Hayward Gallery organising the exhibitions, Elizabeth Price Curates, Art From Elsewhere and Listening; Exhibitions Manger and Galleries and Museums liaison for Antony Gormley Studio where she oversaw the installation of large-scale commissions and exhibitions worldwide; Exhibition Manager at the Royal Academy of Art, London where she managed various exhibitions including Anselm Kiefer; From Paris, A Taste for Impressionism and Mexico: A Revolution in Art. Maeve also spent 4 years working at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, working with a wide variety of contemporary and modern artists including Philippe Parreno, Douglas Gordon, Liam Gillick, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Lucian Freud, Rivane Neuenschwander and Isaac Julien. She was part of the founding team of Dublin Contemporary.