Anne Mullee is a curator, researcher and art writer based in Co. Clare. 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 Certificate from DIT.
She is curator of The Courthouse Gallery & Studios, Ennistymon, Co. Clare, and maintains an independent practice as a curator and art writer. Current and forthcoming projects include Folk Radio, a public art project commissioned by Clare County Council for its Gaining Ground programme, with artists Tom Flanagan and Deirdre O’Mahony and the volunteers at X-PO in Kilnaboy, and All Bread is Made of Wood, a public art project commissioned by Fingal Arts Office Public Art Manager Caroline Cowley, with artists Fiona Hallinan and Sabina MacMahon, working in collaboration with Swords Castle and UCD Archaeology.
Previous projects include the site-specific group exhibitions To Follow The Water (2016, 73M Barge, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin) with artists Olivia Hassett , David Fagan, Mary-Jo Gilligan and Ciara McKeon, and The Artists’ Armada (2015, Waterways Ireland Visitor’s Centre and Grand Canal Dock, Dublin), with Carl Giffney, Ann Maria Healy, Gareth Kennedy, Seoidín O’Sullivan, Andreas Kindler Von Knobloch, Andrew Kötting (UK), Barry Lynch, Kathryn Maguire, Rosie O’Reilly, Conor Stafford, Ian Sinclair (UK) and Emma Houlihan.
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).
Her writing has appeared in Paper Visual Art, the Visual Artists News Sheet and Partnership & Participation: Community Archaeology in Ireland.