Angelica aims to amplify the voices of artists based on the island of Ireland who self-identify as women or minority gender, and are also from underrepresented cultural or ethnic backgrounds.
A CURATORIAL RESOURCE
Angelica was created to lead to fruitful relationships and new opportunities, designed to help curators and programmers to work with a more diverse art community.
CONTACT AN ARTIST TO OFFER OPPORTUNITIES LIKE:
SEARCH FOR ARTISTS BY KEYWORD, OR EXPLORE THE LIST IN FULL
A COMMUNITY OF CARE
Through engagement with Irish-based visual
artists of intersectional, minority cultural or minority ethnic backgrounds (WOC, Traveller, Asylum Seeker, Refugee), we hope to nurture a visual art community built on care and accountability.
CONTRIBUTING TO CHANGE
We created this resource with a view to contributing to change; our hope is that it will grow into an invaluable resource for curators and producers throughout Ireland.
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Angelica is a wildflower
A global nomad of temperate areas - including Ireland - and believed to have originated in Syria, it is a much-mythologised plant. Angelica is widely understood as an agent which promotes support and deeper meaning, one which eradicates apathy and surface-level perspectives.