Dawn Williams is a curator, project manager and facilitator with over fifteen years of experience working with contemporary artists at the Crawford Art Gallery, Cork. Recent exhibitions and artist film screenings include: Philip Toledano: Maybe: Life & Love; Brian O’Doherty: There is no thing here but much else (2018); Jasmina Cibic: the Nation Loves It (2017); Kathy Prendergast OR (2015) and Prelude Speaker: Contemporary Castletown (2013). She is currently working on a survey exhibition, co-curated with Wiliam Laffan Naked Truth: The Nude in Irish Art (July 2018). Dawn Williams is a visiting lecture at CIT CCAD in Professional Practice-Curation MA:AP & B.A. Fine Art. She has a MA:Visual Art Practices/Curation (IADT Dublin) and has written for a number of publications and catalogues.
Broad spectrum of contemporary practice including filmic practices. To reflect contemporary and historical survey programmes. Interested in exploring new platforms for exhibition and presentation of artists ideas and practices that allows a wider frame for audience engagement.