This informal discussion will provide you with an opportunity to learn about the role of a curator, their thinking and selection processes, understand how they may engage with your work and offer some advice on how to prepare yourself to connect with them.
There will also be a limited number of one-to-one sessions with Sara following the group workshop. To book one of these please email your CV and three work samples to: email@example.com
- Welcoming refreshments and networking from 12.30
- Group session with guest speaker begins at 1pm
- Complimentary lunch from 2pm
- Pre-booked one-to-one sessions from 2.15pm
Sara Greavu (Curator of Visual Arts at Project Arts Centre, Dublin) is a curator, writer and organiser. She has a particular interest in how art can recognise existing social structures, propose alternative histories and genealogies, and prefigure different social relations. Previous curatorial and development roles include Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry, VOID, and Outburst Arts, Belfast; in addition to working independently. Institutional and independent projects have included artists such as Paul Maheke, Rosa-Johan Uddoh, Renate Lorenz & Pauline Boudry and Phil Collins, and new commissions by Aideen Doran and Eimear Walshe, among others. In CCA she initiated the two-year residency programme, Our Neighbourhood, which engaged with local communities of place and communities of interest, alongside artists Sarah Pierce and Sarah Browne. In 2019, in partnership with artist Andrea Francke, she developed Knowledge is Made Here, an alternative pedagogical practice, produced with queer, trans and non-binary young people. Open the book at a different page, a research project with artist Ciara Phillips and former members of the Derry Film and Video Workshop, dealt with intertwined political and cultural initiatives in Derry in the 1980s.