Sally-Anne Kelly is a visual artist based in Dublin. In 2011 she graduated with distinction from an MA in Performance Design & Practice from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. In 2010 she studied experimental scenography and movement at the Jacques Lecoq International School in Paris. In 2012 she received a visual arts bursary and film project award from the Arts Council of Ireland for a new film that was exhibited at a solo exhibition of collaborative works in the Galway Arts Centre in March 2013. This work was also featured in a solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Institute, Sapporo as part of the Sapporo International Arts Festival 2014. In 2014 Kelly began a residency at Fire Station Artist Studios, Dublin as a recipient of the Sculpture Workshop award and bursary. In 2015 she was Artist in Residence at Draíocht Arts Centre, Dublin.
Exhibitions and film screenings include ‘The Poetry Project’ presented online and as part of culture night at the Royal Hibernian Academy, ‘The Earth Rings In Your Ears’, Eight Gallery, Dublin and ‘In The Kitchen, In Bed, In Public,’ at The Hungarian House Of Photography, Budapest. Solo exhibitions include ‘The Moonless Ocean’ at the Contemporary Art Institute (CAI02), Sapporo, Japan, ‘The Observer & I’, Galway arts Centre, Galway and ‘The Unnameable’, RUA RED, Dublin which was accompanied by ‘The Unnameable’ Photography book which has gone on to be exhibited at Tokyo Art Book Fair (2012 &2013), Dublin Art Book Fair, 2012 and at the Book Awards at Les Rencontres d’Arles in 2013.
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