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Monica Flynn Visual Arts Curator

Monica Flynn

Monica Flynn

Monica Flynn is an artist-curator, based in Dublin. Her work involves collaboration and production of socially engaged projects, exhibitions and events.  This work aims to engage others in dialogue or shared experience. Originally from Co. Laois, her experience of growing up on a dairy farm informs her interest in eco-social arts, and her interest in land and place.

Recent curatorial work includes: the exhibition In Trust In Gratitude In Hope at the Laois Arthouse, Stradbally (Dec 21 – Mar 22) and the visual arts programme for Bealtaine Festival (2019 – to present). Supporting presentations such as: Land Workings a new work by artist Nigel Rolfe co-curated with Francis Fay as well as commissions for Bealtaine Festival (2020 – 2021) Tar Isteach (2020) with artists Monica de Bath, Maeve Collins & Julie Griffiths; How Are You (2021) with artist Ceara Conway a music and scent based gift for family carers and Flikkers: Come As You Were (2022) with artist curator Francis Fay & activist Tonie Walsh, celebrating the germinal Dublin LGBTQ+ Club scene of the 1980s. 

Monica holds an MA Visual Arts Practices from IADT, Dun Laoghaire (2008) and has over 20 years’ experience in arts and cultural work since receiving her H.Dip in Arts & Cultural Management (UCD, 2000).  She also works on a regular basis as a creative producer with Helium Arts, the national children’s arts and health charity.

    • Principal Funders:
    • Link to HSE website
    • Link to Arts Council website
    • Supported by:
    • Link to RTE website

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