This workshop is designed to assist artists in how to balance everything outside of studio practice. This includes all of the critical things needed for a sustainable practice; research, administration, public image, applications, CV's, peer learning and how to organise your time.
The workshop is for artists of all career stages and produced to be accessible and free for everyone.
Sinéad Keogh is a multimedia performance installation artist and curator with a MA in Fine – Art from NCAD in Dublin. Catalysts for Keogh's practice include the Irish landscape, Greek mythology, folklore and queer feminist histories. Keogh has made work for festivals such as BIFPA and The Bram Stoker Festival and exhibited internationally in New York, Italy and New Zealand.
Keogh is also the founder, director and curator of Soul Noir: Festival of the Dark Arts, a Dublin based festival for the Gothic arts (2017 – present) and worked as the Creative Coordinator for the National Council for the Blind of Ireland from 2013 – 2021. Sinéad is interested in and supports artist run organisations, community engagement and equality in the arts.
Attendance is free, but booking is essential.
This is an online event. On booking you will receive a link to attend the workshop.