Cleo Fagan is the founder and director of Superprojects and curates/coordinates all projects. She has been curating projects for young audiences since 2011. In 2009, she received her MA in Visual Arts Practices on the curatorial pathway, from IADT. Between 2005 and 2008 she was the curator of Stone Gallery - a gallery that sought to bring the work of a new generation of artists to a new generation of collectors. Since 2007, she has also curated a number of independent exhibitions in a variety of contexts - from living-rooms to former creches, gallery spaces to public transport.
2017 Everything is in Everything: collaborative artwork commission with artist Clodagh Emoe and 4th year second level students, curator
2016-17 Bracken Educate Together school, Balbriggan; The studio that has no roof: Per Cent for Art commission; with architects zero-degree machine, curator
2016-17 Dublin's Culture Connects: ALIGHT!, with CoisCéim BROADREACH, and Ships Passing in the Night with James Ó hAodha; project manager
2016 Fingal Arts Office; Waves: project for secondary schools with artists Clodagh Emoe, Sean Lynch, Ruth Lyons, Eoghan Ryan, Feb-May, curator, in partnership with Julie Clarke
2015 Kildare Arts office; Stormglass: one-day workshop event for National Play Day with Ruth Lyons, Sept
2014–15 The Ark, Children’s Cultural Centre, Dublin; July 2014 - May 2015, Visual art programming assistant and curator
2011–14 Mobile Art School, artists-schools initiative; various programmes, Sept 2011 - November 2014, director and curator, with Jennie Guy
2013 Exhibition for Soundwaves Festival, Skerries, county Dublin with artist Pilvi Takala; September, curator
2012 Exhibition for Soundwaves Festival, Skerries, county Dublin with artist Sarah Hurl; September, curator
2010 Multiple site project Pause for Ranelagh Arts Festival, Dublin; September, curator
2010 Screening of artists’ work. Studio 6, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin 2; May, curator
2009 Exhibition Small Works Big Picture, Mockingbird Arts, Dublin 1; Altar Simpl, Skerries; May, curator
2008 Exhibition 3 Days (Left) in 1 Room, Studio 6, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin 2; August, curated with Caroline Cowley
2007 Exhibition, Our Shared Existence, Ard Bia Gallery, Galway; December, curator
2007 Exhibition, On Reflection, Independent project, Dublin 2; May, curated with Caroline Cowley
2007 Exhibition, 1 in 10, Broadstone Gallery, Dublin 1; February, curator
2005–08 Stone Gallery, Dublin 2, curator / gallery manager
2008 Masters Visual Arts Practices, curatorial pathway, IADT, Dublin
2001 Certificate in New Media and Creative Design, Arthouse, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin
2000 Diploma in Communications and Media Production, Colaiste Dhulaigh, Coolock, Dublin
Texts / Press
2007 Drawing is a verb. Drawing is a noun, Stone Gallery; Circa 119, Spring Issue 2007, pp. 62 – 65; Siún Hanrahan.
2007 Shift, Susan Connolly solo exhibition, Stone Gallery; The Irish Times, January 2007; Aidan Dunne.
2007 Cloudbusting, recent graduate show: Stone Gallery; The Irish Times, Wednesday 5 September 2007; Aidan Dunne.
Artistic Collaborators and Artists / Artists’ work she has worked with includes:
James Ó hAodha
Vanessa Donoso Lopez
James Ó hAodha
Padraic E Moore