Catherine Marshall Talk : Rural Art Projects; The Tail That Wags The Dog, Glór Arts Centre

Friday 6th May, 11am – 12.30pm, Free of Charge. Catherine Marshall will look at the challenges she saw as Head of Collections in IMMA and at the projects that have emanated from so called marginalised communities. The importance of the Iniscealtra Festival in the development of the IMMA National Programme, Ex-P0, The Kathleen Lynn Project in Mayo and other key projects.






Catherine Marshall is an art historian, curator and critical writer. She was adviser to the Arts Council’s Touring Experiment and she was appointed as first head of collections at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 1995. She has curated many exhibitions of Irish art in Ireland, the United States, Canada and China. She is a board member for Age and Opportunity and was formerly on the board of the Douglas Hyde. She has published widely on Irish art.

Funded by Age and Opportunity BEALTAINE 2016 and VOLTage/Clare County of Culture 2016.