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5. Friendly Zone Project (2007, 2008, 2009, ongoing) as part of the Kaunas Biennial Art and Publics Programme is an interdisciplinary art project involving Lithuanian and foreign artists in projects which respond to public space in Kaunas city. In November 2009 artist Jeanne van Heeswijk (jeanneworks.org) completed a day long performative film of life at Kaunas Castle Bus Station. 6. Board Member & Chair of Board of Kaunas Biennial (2006- 2010) Role: To ensure strategic visioning and develop world class programming for an international art event based in Lithuania. As part of his role he has developed Life:Art an online resource for artists working with others in context. 7. Programme Evaluator and Facilitator for the EU Tasis Project led by Leargas – The Exchange Bureau, Dublin. Role: Team trainer for a dedicated series of tailored training programmes in Dublin and Ryazan for College Principles in the territories of Moscow, Ryazan and Voronez during the life time of the project. 8. Community Arts Programmer (2003-5) City Arts Centre, Dublin ‘Civil Arts Inquiry’ Role: Programming inquiry into how citizens of Dublin engage with the arts. 9. Project Manager (2003-4) EU EQUAL ‘Diversity at Work’ Network project involving the Chambers of Commerce of Ireland and the National Consultative Committee on Racism and Inequality. Role: To project manage the project development phase, transnational programme and programme evaluation during the lifetime of the project. 10. Project Evaluator (2003-2004) of an innovative new programme entitled Youth Bank promoted by the Irish Youth Foundation, Youth Role: To record, document and publish the benefits of the programme. 11. Arts Programme Advisor (2000 – 2001) Soros Centre, Sofia Role: To support the development of project in the Play Against Violence for young people at risk in Bulgaria. 12. Founding Director of the Mainie Jellett Project (1995-2000), which was a small arts education and research organisation working in support of the community and voluntary sector in Ireland. The work involved undertaking research projects (sometimes commissioned and sometimes initiated because of an identified gap/need) related to the intersection between community art, education/training and cultural policy. 13. Community Arts and Links Coordinator (1994-1995) Finglas Partnership, Dublin, IE. Role: The Partnership Company was established as part of a new strategy to bring together the social partners at a local level. In this context I had responsibility to create structures to enable community participation in the social partnership programme at a local level. Arts and culture were an important aspect of the life of the local community and an important result of my role was to establish the first ever Irish local arts partnership arrangement between a partnership company and the Irish Arts Council. 2010/13 LECTURING EXPERIENCE

(i) VDU, Art Faculty 2013 Semester 1 2012: Module delivery to the MA Creative Industries on The Production of the Imaginary. (ii) VDU, Art Faculty 2012 Semester 1 2012: 16 hours to the MA Creative Industries on The Production of the Imaginary. (iii) Vilnius Art Academy, Kaunas Art Faculty Summer Practice 2012: Assisted in the week long programme with 2nd/3rd year

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