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Bríanna Ní Léanacháin is a visual artist based in Cork city. Her current interests centre around traditional and contemporary Irish culture, Rurality and the landscape, the experience of women, and the Irish language. Her practice includes a range of media – photography, video, performance, printmaking, installation, sound, and the written and spoken word.1

Bio & Career

She graduated from the Crawford College of Art and Design in 2021, where she received a First-Class Honours BA (Hons) Fine Art degree. She received several awards and residencies for her graduate work, Ina Ghrian, Ina Tír, Ina Chliabhán, exhibited in the 2021 Degree Show. Including the Ciarán Langford Memorial Bursary from Backwater Artists Group, the Lens Based Award from the Cork Film Centre, the Printmaking Graduate Residency at CCAD 2021-2022, MTU Purchase Prize Award and was Longlisted for the RDS Graduate Awards. 2


Solo exhibitions

Group exhibitions

  • 2022, Ar Scáth A Chéile / In Eachother’s Shadow, James Barry Exhibition Centre, Cork
  • 2021, Origins 2021, St. Carthage Hall, Lismore Castle Arts
  • 2021, HAUSU@CYPRUS, Cyprus Avenue, Cork City
  • 2021, Subject to Change, MTU Crawford College of Art and Design
  • 2020, Hausu Collective Exhibition, Temporary Exhibition Space, Cork City
  • 2019, Touch, Travelling exhibition with Crawford College of Art and Design Textile Department, Latvia and Estonia
  • 2017, Portraiture, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork City

External links & References

  1. “About” Bríanna Ní Léanacháin
  2. “About” Bríanna Ní Léanacháin