Our Staff

Cliodhna Shaffrey

Director

Cliodhna is responsible for leading TBG+S to reach its strategic objectives and for creative direction across TBG+S three core activities Create, Exhibit, Engage.
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Michael Hill

Interim Programme Curator

Michael is responsible for the curation and delivery of the main gallery programmes with the support of the Curatorial Advisory Panel. He is responsible for the day-to-day management of studios.
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Muriel Foxton

Marketing + Fundraising Executive

Muriel is responsible for the programmatic and institutional marketing of TBG+S, and strengthening the organisations fundraising initiatives. Muriel is participating in the Fundraising Fellowship, DublinBusiness to Arts' New Stream programme in partnership with Dublin Culture Connects
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Róisín Bohan

Learning + Public Engagement Curator

Roisin is responsible for the curation and delivery of audience and education programmes at TBG+S.

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Orla Goodwin

Gallery + Studio Coordinator

Orla is responsible for coordinating supports for gallery and studio programmes, studio artists, front-of-house services, venue hire and coordination of the organisations’ interns and volunteers. She is responsible for coordinating Dublin Art Book Fair.

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Seerish Sanassy

Finance + Accounts Coordinator

Seerish is responsible for the efficient management of finance and accounts and for the coordination of the daily financial operations of TBG+S.
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Interns:

Grace Kristensen
Molly-May O'Leary

Front of House:

Sophie Behal
Stephanie Molloy

Fundraising Fellowship, Dublin
The Fundraising Fellowship, Dublin programme is a partnership between Dublin’s Culture Connects, an initiative of Dublin City Council; and the New Stream Fundraising Capacity Building Project operated by Business to Arts, which is now in its 8th year. Fundraising Fellowship, Dublin has offered four cultural organisations 50% part-funding toward the employment of full-time ‘Fundraising’ or ‘Marketing & Fundraising’ human resources over a 24-month period. The recruited Fellows are supported by a structured programme of training and mentorship with Business to Arts as part of the Fellowship. To date, participants in New Stream have raised in-excess of €17.9m as a result of the skills and learning implemented during the programme.