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Lynne Connolly

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Lynne Connolly

Born 1962, February 14, (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Website lynneconnolly.co.uk

Lynne Connolly is a photographer and book artist from Belfast.

Publications

Appears in

  • 2017, Visualising the Home, Conference paper Cumbria University
  • 2017, Staff Development Conference Chester – workshop on ‘More Than Looking’ July 2017
  • 2015, Warrington Works, Academic workshop University of Chester July 2015
  • 2015, Panel member – Professional Practise, University of Chester conference June 2015
  • 2015, Reviewer for Shutterhub, 
  • 2015 – 2017 Book/Exhibition reviewer for Redeye Network
  • 2014, Warrington Works, Paper on the Creative approach to student’s professional       experience. University of Chester
  • 2012, Journey – from Montage to Memento Mori and beyond.. Ebook May 2012
  • 2012, Perceptions: Identity and Ageing.  Ebook April 2012 
  • 2012, Roger Ballen Review, Cassone-Art, May 2012.
  • 2010, ‘Understanding SocietyIdentities.  Y177 Open University course book 2010.
  • 2004, Journey: a handbook to support the exploration of creativity in schools through 28 activities. Cape UK 2004
  • 2000, Source, Northern Ireland Photography Magazine, Issue 2; Issue 3; Issue 7.
  • 1998 ArtsLink‘ Arts Council of Northern Ireland – Artist of the Month.
  • 1998, Source, Photography Magazine.  N. 1
  • 1996, Showing Off’ Catalogue
  • 1994, Available Light’, Programme on Irish Photographers, Ulster Television
  • 1993, CIRCA, Autumn
  • 1988, Women in Focus’, Irish Women’s Photography

Exhibitions

Solo exhibitions

Group exhibitions

  • 2020,  CASC Gallery, Chester
  • 2018, Memory, Mimesis, Migration The Linen Hall Library, Belfast. (September 2018)
  • 2017, Visualising the Home, Carlisle Photo exhibition, Vallum Gallery
  • 2014,  Revisioning, Site specific solo exhibition – Eastside Arts Festival, Belfast. 1
  • 2012, The World’s Wife’, Obsidian Arts. (April)
  • 2010, IRIS Photos 2
  • 2005, CD Rom Cape Uk. Interactive Learning Media for Teachers and Creative Professionals.
  • 2004, Open University. Image production, diversity project.
  • 2000, Leeds Art Gallery, Group show, ‘Switched On’.
  • 2000, Commission N.I Arts Council. 3
  • 1999, WEVH, Online show. 4
  • 1998, Community Photography Project, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast
  • 1997, Showing Off, N.U.T. England,
  • 1995, Fine Art Show, Guinness Hop Store, Dublin
  • 1994, Signals, Festival of Photography, Waterford, Ireland
  • 1993, The Possible Referent‘, Old Museum, Belfast (solo exhibition)
  • 1993, The Gallery of Photography, Dublin
  • 1992, Cultural Counterpoint.  State University of New York, Binghampton
  • 1989, Brixton Art Gallery, London
  • 1988, Spectrum Festival of Photography, Rio Cinema, London
  • 1986, Camerawork, London
  • 1985, f. Stops, Chelsea School of Art, London

External links & References

  1. http://www.lynneconnolly.co.uk/projects/orangefield-3d-photography-project/
  2. http://www.irisphoto.org/members/lynne-connolly/ 
  3. http://www.artscouncil-ni.org/departs/all/report/MacNeice
  4. http://www.wevh.org.uk/showcase