Anne Mullee is a curator, researcher and art writer based in Dublin, Ireland. She holds an MA in Cultural Policy and Arts Management from UCD, a HND in Fashion Journalism from the University of the Arts (London), and a Certificate in Art & Design from Technological University Dublin (TUD).
From 2016-19 she was curator of The Courthouse Gallery & Studios, Ennistymon, Co. Clare, where her fundraising policy generated over €75k in programme and capital funding. This allowed Mullee to reinvigorate the Gallery’s programme, including instituting a new Learning and Engagement Programme and an International Artist Residency.
Recent independent projects include Folk Radio (2020), a public art project commissioned by Clare County Council for its Gaining Ground Public Art Programme 2017-20, led by artist Tom Flanagan with the volunteers of the X-PO in Kilnaboy and fellow artist Deirdre O’Mahony. All Bread is Made of Wood (2017- ), commissioned by Fingal Arts Office Public Art Manager Caroline Cowley, is an ongoing enquiry with artists Fiona Hallinan and Sabina MacMahon, working in collaboration with Swords Castle and UCD Archaeology.
Mullee is the recipient of awards from the Arts Council, European Connections in Digital Arts (EUCIDA), Clare County Council and Dublin City Council, and has participated in residencies at The Good Hatchery (Co Offaly) and Kooshk Residency (Tehran, Iran).
She has discussed her work at institutions including IMMA, glór, and the Botanic Gardens, and has been a visiting lecturer at IADT and Burren College of Art.
Her writing has appeared in Paper Visual Art, the Visual Artists News Sheet and a variety of academic publications.