Iarlaith Ní Fheorais ~ Keywords: curating, writing, performance, access, pathology, medical history, Crip, disability, abolition, anti-ableism, place

Iarlaith Ní Fheorais is a curator and writer, currently the curator of the 21st edition of TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, honey, milk and salt in a seashell before sunrise.

As a writer she has written for Frieze, Burlington Contemporary, Viscose Journal, Girls Like Us, and has an art and access column with Visual Arts News Sheet. She regularly contributes towards public programmes and lectures including at Somerset House, KW Institute, Konstfack University and Arts and Disability Ireland. Committed to anti-ableism in the arts, she published a free online access toolkit for artworkers in 2023. 

She has previously been Curator-in-Residence at VISUAL Carlow, Assistant Curator of Young People’s Programmes at Tate and Co-Director of Basic Space.


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