July 2014


European Conference on Cultural Studies (ECCS2014)
The Thistle Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom,
24 th July – 27 th July 2014
Paper Title: New Imaginings: Trans-cultural Belonging in Contemporary Women’s Painting

March 2014


The Nearby Faraway, curator Feargal O’Malley
7th March – 17th May 2013
FE MacWilliam Gallery, Banbridge, Co Down

The Nearby Faraway is a multi-generational exhibition that looks at the transient nature of influence, revealing visual and formal af finities and methodologies between artwork and artists from NI.

The exhibition consists of works from multiple public and private collections. Artists include: Willie Doherty, Paul Henry, John Luke, Colin Middleton, Nevill Johnson, Paul Seawright, Philip Napier, Locky Morris, Elizabeth Magill, Mary McIntyre, Willie McKeown, Tim Millen, William Scott, Eoghan McTigue, Siobhan Hapaska, Conor McFeely, Tony Hill, Damien Duffy, Hannah Starkey, Eddie Rafferty, Patrick Jolley, Victor Sloan, Majella Clancy, Dougal McKenzie, Jennifer Trouton, Darren Murray, Andrew Nicholl, Ryan Moffet t, Stephen Madden, Cian Donnelly, Brendan O'Neill, Joseph Beuys, Alaistair MacLennan, Una Walker, Aisling O'Beirn, Dan Shipsides, Peter Spiers and Pe ter Richards.




Irish Wave /Shadows
Curated by Fion Gunn, Ma Yanling, Niamh Cunningham & Sean Campbell
19th March – 26th March 2014
China Central Mall, Bejing, China



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MiniPrint Finland, group exhibition 28th March – 18th May 2014
Hyvinkää Art Museum,

October 2013

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Moments of Inception, curator Eoin Dara,
17th October – 16th November 2013
QSS at Bedford Street, 31-33 Bedford Street, Belfast, BT27JH

Review of ‘Moments of Inception” by Slavka Sverakova


November 2013


RUA RED Winter Exhibition, curated by Paul Mc Aree and Claire McEvoy
23rd November – 24 th December 2013
RUA RED Gallery, Tallaght, Dublin

Exhibiting artists include: Evan Buggle, Majella Clancy, Edel Cox, Aidan Crotty, Victoria J. Dean, Michael Dignam, David Fagan, Margot Galvin, Seán Guinan, Olivia Hassett, James Hayes, Paul Heary, Gus Hughes, Myra Jago, Denis Kelly, Laura Kelly, Bartose Kolate, Kirsti Kotilainen, Elaine Leader, Paul Mac Cormaic, Eimear Jean McCormack, Séamus McCormack, Sean Molloy, Jacqueline Nicholson, EimearO’Connor, Tadhg O’ Cuirrín, Hilary O’Mahony, Vida Pain, Gavin Porter, Michael Power, Victoria Smith, Adele Stanley, Robert Tucker, Chanelle Walshe.




20/20 Print Exchange,
November 2013
Cow Lane Gallery Salford, touring to various venues in the UK



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Precious Cargo 11 th November– 25 th November 2013
London Street Gallery, Derry/Londonderry
A selection of work and new acquisitions from the collection of the Arts Council
of Northern Ireland.

November 2012


Painting, Gender and Space: Aspects of Contemporary Women’s Painting Practice in Context, published article co-authored with Dr Louise Wallace, University of Ulster, Belfast


4th - 26th October

Project Space, Golden Thread Gallery, Switch Room, 84 Great Patrick Street, Belfast BT1 2LU


(re)viewing is an exhibition of current work by Majella Clancy and is an examination of painting in an expanded space. It explores social, cultural and geographical space across representations of class, gender and race. Clancy examines her own female Irish rural history by re-using old family photographs, in particular, images that depict specific class and gendered spaces and their surrounding environment (the West of Ireland landscape)