Do you really want to delete project Art Auction Fundraiser for Cill Rialaig, Patrick Guilbaud 2016?
Do you really want to delete project 'UTOPIA LTD.' Makeshift Ensemble at Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2016?
Do you really want to delete project Design-Island's 'Irish Design Works' exhibition, Galway 2016?
Do you really want to delete project ATHBHEO exhibition at Cork Printmakers, 2016?
Do you really want to delete project 'Shop Around the Corner', Daria Akimenko at Quarter Block Party, 2016?
Do you really want to delete project 'There Isn't in Anything Only Awhile' exhibition, Alchemy 2016?
Experienced gallery assistant with demonstrated history of working in the contemporary and fine art industry. Skilled in organisation, exhibition coordination, curating, interpersonal relations, cataloguing, database management, strategic planning, financial reporting as well as Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Office. My time on the Master of Arts (MA) programme in Cultural Policy and Arts Administration from University College Dublin is coming to a close and I am eager to put into practice the skills I have developed and refined on this course. I have a strong academic background and ambitions to progress my career in arts management. My enthusiasm to learn and good work ethic will lead me to do a great job at any given opportunity.
Working closely with Director of the Gallery Noelle Campbell Sharp, I am learning a great deal about the practise, marketing and sale of contemporary fine art. I am expanding my skills in arts management and business development through regular exhibitions and fundraising events. My responsibilities include cataloguing, administration, assisting in the development and funding aspect of the gallery, database management, artist and buyer liaison and handling of art sales.
As curatorial assistant, I will be assisting in the management and production of Ireland's largest open submission. From this I develop a deeper understanding into the dynamics of a exhibition-making in a contemporary art gallery. My responsibilities will include administration, cataloguing, logistics, exhibition and event management.
Makeshift Ensemble is a theatre company and I worked with them for the duration of 'Utopia' which was performed at the Tiger Dublin Fringe. I was responsible for the overall budget and managerial functions of production and scheduling. I collaborated with the creative team in the development of strategic marketing campaigns and in planning a production timeline to ensure a successful opening and run.
I am a visual artist originally from Galway, my practise comprises of printmaking, painting, installation and video. I spent time practising in Cork as a member of Sample Studios and Cork Printmakers. I have exhibited nationally and internationally.
This program is deepening my understanding of management in the cultural sector, art law, financial planning and public policy as it relates to art and culture. I have gained a strong understanding of organisational strategy and people management. My internship at The Origin has allowed me to put these skills in to practise and soon I shall begin an internship at the Royal Hibernian Academy as a requirement of my course where I will apply these skills in a contemporary art gallery environment.
Here I specialised in contemporary printmaking practises and theory. I graduated with a First Class Honours (1.1) and upon graduation, I was awarded Cork Printmaker's Bursary for 'Excellence Shown on Fine Art BA'. Parallel to my artistic practise, I took modules in contextual theory of visual contemporary culture. I developed an aptitude for critical thought and independent research skills. I exhibited in a produced many exhibitions, sparking my passion for arts management.
Cork Printmaker's awarded bursary and six-month residency.