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					Fiona Hallinan Artist CV Born 29th August 1984 Email: fionahallinan (at) gmail (dot) com Web: http://www.notalittlepony.com Exhibitions 2009 The Gold Standard April, Group show, The Freezer, Skagastrond, Iceland. The Life and Times of Virginia Mountweazel March, Group show, Monstertruck Galleries and Studio, Dublin, Ireland. Real Foxes are Creeping Up: Limerick City January - September 2009, Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick, Ireland. 2008 The You That Is In It June 2008- March 2009, Group show Self as Selves, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland. Life at the Joy December, Group show, The Joy Gallery, Dublin, Ireland. People are Nature Too September, Conflux Festival, New York City, USA. Real Foxes are Creeping Up: Cork City June, Midsummer Arts Festival, Cork, Ireland. The Sea Sees Me May, We Are Here, Project Arts Centre in association with Dublin Docklands Authority, Dublin, Ireland. It’s an Audio Detour: Forever and Ever April 2008 ongoing, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland. The Sea Sees Me March, LightsOFF Festival, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland. Learning Is Fun February, Trinity Arts Festival, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 2007 An Exhibition In Five Chapters November, Group show, Contemporary Arts Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania. Playskip September, Msc in Interactive Digital Media end of year show, Regent House, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. It’s an Audio Detour: Work and Play May, We Are Here, Project Arts Centre in association wit Dublin Docklands Authority, Dublin, Ireland. A Symposium A Banquet May, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland. 2006 It’s an Audio Detour: A Christmas Special December, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland. It’s an Audio Detour August, Total Kunst Gallery, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland. September, Dublin Fringe Festival, Dublin, Ireland. City as Stage August, Mobile Academy, Warsaw, Poland. It’s an Audio Detour February, Trinity Arts Festival, Dublin, Ireland. Education: October 2007-December 2007 Internship in Education: New Media, Solomon R. Guggenheim museum, New York City, USA. October 2006- October 2007 Trinity College, Dublin: Completed an MSc in Multimedia Systems.

Msc Thesis: Alive Here and Now; How, using a live environment and a participatory audience, locative media such as that of Janet Cardiff and Rimini-Protokol allows for a new authenticity in art. August - September 2006 Mobile Academy, Warsaw: Chosen participant in the course City as Stage. 2002- 2006 Trinity College, Dublin: BA (Two Subject Moderatorship) in History of Art & Architecture (Primary) and Classical Civilisation. Achieved a II.I Grade. BA Dissertation: The Artist and the City; ‘New genre public art’ as a method of revitalizing the city. Relevant Experience The Joy Gallery, March 2008-May 2009: Acting curator of artist-run space, The Joy Gallery. South Dublin County Council, November 2008- December 2008: Assistant to the public art programme INCONTEXT3, hosted by RUA/RED, Tallaght arts centre. Dundalk IT, January 2008-June 2008: Employed as a part time lecturer in Project Management for Multimedia at Dundalk Institute of Technology. Acted as project supervisor for students’ final year projects. Trinity Arts Festival, Dublin, February 2007: Curated the show Learning is Fun, an installation of simultaneous lessons in amateur subjects that took place in ten residential rooms on Trinity’s campus. Designer for festival merchandise and documents. Openhouse Dublin, October 2006: Photographer for the Irish Architecture Foundation’s Openhouse architecture event. Meta-Morfoze, Slovenia, July 2006: http://www.meta-morfoze.net/ Selected theorist for the public art festival Meta-Morfoze. Created a publication for the festival’s catalogue entitled Public Art and Identity. Trinity Arts Festival, Dublin, February 2006: Worked in a team organising the first Trinity Arts Festival. Work included co-ordinating on the festival’s identity design, curating photography projections, organising a performance art workshop and creating the show It’s an Audio Detour. Raidio na Life, Radio Presenter. Museum of Modern Art Ljubljana, teaching art and craft in a children’s art workshop. This involved communicating with Slovene children and their parents and helping them to create art and craftwork. Jazz FM, Radio Presenter. Awards Culture Ireland Award to attend Conflux Festival, New York, September 2008. Percent-for-art Scheme Permanent commission of It’s an Audio Detour: Forever and Ever at Project Arts Centre, Dublin, April 2008. Arts Council Travel and Training Awards Internship at the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum, New York, October 2007. Edinburgh Festival, August 2005. Lone Twin Symposium, Lancaster University, February 2006.


				
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