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Creative Ireland, commission to respond to The Black Pig’s Dyke  2017-2018

Upcoming 2017: Solo show, Catherine Hammond Gallery, Ireland. Opening 11th August, running to 31st August 2017

Upcoming 2017: Crystalline, Highlanes Gallery, Ireland. Opening 7th October, running to 29th November, 2017

Upcoming 2017: Feature in Irish Arts Review October 2017

Upcoming 2018: Solo show, Henry Fox Talbot Museum, The National Trust, UK

Upcoming 2019 Solo show, Limerick City Gallery, Ireland

 

2017

Review The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/science/blog/2017/mar/17/crystalline-doomed-arctic-expeditions- and-stars-collide-to-create-quietly-powerful-show

Featured with Chris Drury;  David Buckland, Cape Farewell and Heather Davis on April 2017 of Interalia,  issue, Earth, (www.interaliamag.org) http://www.interaliamag.org/articles/siobhan-mcdonald/

UN Climate Action unfccc has featured Siobhan McDonald this week. She is first in the series: 'Artist of the Week,': http://newsroom.unfccc.int/climate-action/art4climate-siobhan-mcdonald/,  https://twitter.com/UNFCCC, https://www.facebook.com/UNclimatechange/?fref=nf, https://www.instagram.com/p/BRdYCwpDo8M/?taken-by=unfccc

Review in the Sunday Times by John O'Sullivan: Sunday Times

Review of Crystalline: Apollo International Art Magazine by Tom Jeffreys.  Read here: Apollo

Text on Siobhan McDonald's Art in the The Guardian. Read here: Guardian publication.

The European Space Agency: http://blogs.esa.int/artscience/2017/02/21/from-stone-age-to-space-age-how-artist-siobhan-mcdonald-used-charred-bone-to-bring-past-and-future-together/

Front Cover of Nature Geoscience: The journal Nature Geoscience have published the fruits of my project ‘Cyathea australis,’ this month and have selected one of my images from the series for the front cover: http://siobhan-mcdonald.tumblr.com/: http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/v9/n11/covers/index.html

Radio Lyric FM broadcast Friday 7th October at 7pm:  "Crystalline,' A 40-minute documentary on the work of artist Siobhan McDonald. http://www.rte.ie/culture/2016/1011/823162-my-arctic-voyage-of-self-discovery/

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2016 Royal Geographic Society, London. Artist talk and presentation: http://conference.rgs.org/AC2016/2b0e7eeb-be80-4b91-937d-4c4c7fee9f56: The Nexus of Art and Geography: practice as research.

2016 Awarded European Research Council (ERC) grant to pursue the frontier of research.

2016 Awarded Art Council of Ireland: Travel and Training grant.

2016 Imago Mundi Project June 2016, Luciano Benetton. Invited artist: Traveling International Exhibition. Curated by Ciara Gibbons and Sean Kissane.

2015 Public art commission for the School of Biology and Environmental Science, University College Dublin.

2015 The Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin. Artist Talk and presentation: "Atmospheres in Conversation,"  Thursday, October 29, 2015 - 18:00 to 19:15. Paccar TheatrePhysicist Tom McCormack and Artist Siobhan McDonald, both from University College Dublinwill discuss their recent collaborations from their own unique perspective. Rainbows, atmospheres, and the sun provided common areas of interest but can collaborations such as these lead to greater understanding or perhaps a mutual exchange of knowledge? City of Physics 201

2015 Awarded collaborative project with Bank Of Ireland, New York.

2015 Awarded BAI Sound and Vision RTÉ lyric fm. The radio programme is being funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Irelands Sound and Vision Funding Scheme. Rockfinch is producing the 40-minute documentary on the work of artist Siobhan McDonald. The programme will be broadcast on RTÉ lyric FM in early

2015 June 4-6 2015 Oslo, Norway

http://nymusikk.no/en/artikler/susan-stenger https://player.vimeo.com/video/213723715: "The Deep" nyMusikk’s festival of adventurous music presents: "Deep Songs: Commissioned by Oslo’s Only Connect festival to be premiered in June 2015.  The presentation of Susan Stenger's 'Deep Songs' will include projections of a series of images created by Siobhan McDonald, and will combine composed sound (including parts for Norwegian Hardanger fiddles) with subterranean sounds recorded in Iceland. https://vimeo.com/130531723. Special thanks to Culture Ireland for supporting Siobhan McDonald on this project.