The Queens of Art

Scéalta Ealaíne

Sheila Flaherty : drawing in graphite of Frida Kahlo Sheila Flaherty : a drawing in graphite of Frida Kahlo

It seems like everyone is “curating” these days – curating content, curating conflict, curating fancy dinners, curating haircuts – you name it – it’s just not about organising art exhibitions anymore…

But since I’m curating an art exhibition myself as part of the Harold’s Cross Community Festival, I thought I’d fill you in on some of the lesser known facts of curating – like having to scrape away the pigeon droppings(!).

Now, we had our artist, a good one – Sheila Flaherty – but despite there being several empty shops in Harold’s Cross, we didn’t have a gallery. That is – we couldn’t gain access until the very last minute. (The pigeons, however, had plenty of access – and no respect for ‘pop-up’ artists or curators).

And curating is not simply about rearranging the pictures, it can also involve furniture…

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