In addition to the Creative Proposals Workshop hosted by TULCA in partnership with Galway County Council Arts Office, Artists can pre-book a one-on-one clinic session to discuss their practice or a current challenge or question they may have.
These clinic sessions work best when Artists take the time to submit information beforehand, which will be forwarded to the workshop leader.
Artists can send in anything that they would like feedback on, for example:
- A current draft proposal or application for funding
- A previous proposal or application for funding that could be discussed
- A draft CV, Biog or Artists Statement
- Documentation of your arts practice - some focused material that communicates what you do, for example - selected web pages are fine (rather than a full website); 10 jpegs; 2-3 short audio or video clips; short text or script for review, etc.
All advance material for review will need to be submitted no later than:
Monday 5 November by 12:00
The workshop leader will spend time before the workshop reviewing the information submitted so that the one-on-one clinics can be focused on the Artists current needs. Information should be submitted to email@example.com.
On booking into the clinic you will be allocated a 30 minute one-on-one session with one of the clinic leaders, on a first come first serve basis.
About the One-on-One Clinic Leaders
Annette Moloney is a curator and collaborator. Annette works with the Arts Council of Ireland as Adviser on the Government’s Per Cent for Art Scheme. During 2015 she received a Curator in Residence Award to develop ENDURANCE | RESILIENCE, a Curated @ Source project which explored the links between sport and human effort in contemporary art, located at the Source Arts Centre, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. A Fine Art graduate from Limerick School of Art & Design and the National College of Art & Design, she has a Masters in Visual Arts Practice from IADT (Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology), Dublin, specialising in Curatorial Practice. She is a proud member of the Munster Rugby Supporters.
Ceara Conway is an Irish artist and singer working in performance, song and traditional folk practices. She has completed numerous commissions, residencies and public art works including Dóchas/Hope ( 2018) Oireachtas na Gaeilge & Waterways Ireland, Thin Places (2015) Kings College, London; Vicissitudes (2013), Derry City of Culture and Making Visible, Irish Museum of Modern Art (2014). Since 2007 she has undertaken residencies with institutes such as the Taigh Chearsabhaigh Museum, UK & OTIS College of Art/Suzanne Lacy, Los Angeles, USA as well as several residencies in Ireland.
Ceara holds a BA in Glass and Architectural Glass, Edinburgh College of Art, a Post Grad in Community Arts Education, NCAD and has studied Glass & Photography at Alfred University,USA. Ceara also works with the Arts Council as a Creative Associate Artist and as a part time arts coordinator for the Embrace Art & Disability programme and the Artists in Schools programme with the Clare County Arts Office.