Join Curatorial Assistant at the National Gallery of Ireland, and curator of the exhibition Nathaniel Hone: Travels of a Landscape Artist at the NGI in 2019 for a introductory lecture on the life and work of Nathaniel Hone.
In 2019 Nathaniel Hone's Pastures at Malahide was acquired to the Collection, presented by Roy & May Hayes.
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About Sarah McAuliffe:Sarah joined the National Gallery of Ireland as a Curatorial Fellow in 2018. She supports the curatorial department in the preparation of exhibitions and the management and display of the permanent collection. She devotes much of her time to acquiring photography for the Gallery’s collection, which has grown rapidly over the past three years. Sarah carried out her undergraduate and master’s degrees at University College Cork, 2011 – 2015, and over the past 5 years has worked in numerous roles in the museum sector, from education programming to marketing and fundraising. Sarah has curated a number of exhibitions at the National Gallery of Ireland, including Nathaniel Hone: Travels of a Landscape Artist and, most recently, View of Ireland: Collecting Photography and Moment in Time: A Legacy of Photographs. Sarah has administered and co-curated the Gallery’s Zurich Portrait Prize for the past three years.Sarah offers university talks and lectures on the history of Irish photography and has worked as a guest lecturer in UCC for the past two years. In addition to working with public collections, she researches and sources photography for private collectors.
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