Please follow this style guide for your biography. Maximum 200 words. Please write in the third person (see example below). Feel free to leave blank sections that are not relevant to you, but please follow the order provided.
- XXX is an [artist/musician, etc]
- Based in/originally from [choose 1]:
- Name of town or village
- Area of Clare – north, south, east, west
- Co. Clare
- He/She has a [name of qualification] from [awarding institute, year] and a [name of qualification] from [awarding institute, year]. You may enter as many you wish.
- His/her work is primarily concerned with [brief description]
- He/She has had solo exhibitions/performed in [max 3]
- Year; Venue; Title of Exhibition; Curated/Produced/Directed by [if relevant]
- He / She has participated in group exhibitions in [max 3]
- Year; Venue; Title of Exhibition; Curated by [if relevant]
- He / She has recorded albums / podcasts etc [max 3]
- Year; Title; Collaborators [if relevant]
- He/She has worked on projects/programmes [please add a description, including:]
- Year; Venue; Name of programme; Curated by [if relevant]
- He/she is a member of [name artists collectives, membership organisations etc]
- He/She is a recipient of [list awards, bursaries, grants; etc; and the year that they were received]
- His/Her work has been
- Purchased by [name and date]
- Commissioned by [name and date]
Siobhán Mulcahy is based in Ennis, Co. Clare. She holds a MA in Fine Art from Limerick School of Art and Design (2000). Her work is primarily concerned with developing site specific responses to climate change/painting the landscape of Clare/giving a voice to local communities/participatory arts practices/socially engaged practice etc.
She has exhibited in the Venice Biennale, (2020, 2021) and Clare Museum (2021). She has participated in RHA Annual Showcase, Dublin (1999) and the glór Open Submission (1997) curated by Mick O’Dea RHA.
She is a member of VAI and the Ground Up Artists Collective. She is a recipient of Clare County
Council’s Tyrone Guthrie Bursary Award (2010), Arts Council Visual Arts Bursary (2015), Clare County
Council Arts Grant (2019). Her work has been purchased by The Arts Council of Ireland (2020) and
commissioned by Bank of Ireland (2000).
In order for us to present your work in the best possible way, images should be of good quality – in focus; well-lit (but with no glare or reflections); no extraneous walls or furniture in the background. Images should be of the work alone, without any captions, filters or other overlaid text/graphics.
Our recommended technical specification is:
- JPEG format (.jpg; .jpeg files)
- Between 1000 and 3000 pixels along the longest side
- Maximum 4MB file size
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