Augustine O’Donoghue is a visual artist based in Dublin. Her work engages with a range of local and global socio-political issues and is informed by her involvement in political activism. O’Donoghue has previously collaborated with diverse groups of people, including students, travellers, migrant workers, academics, women’s groups and community organisations across Ireland, Latin America and Africa.
O Donoghue’s work has been widely presented in solo exhibitions, group shows and film screenings throughout Ireland – in venues such as the Goethe Institute, Limerick City Gallery of Art and Crawford Art Gallery – and internationally, in countries as diverse as China, Brazil, Canada, USA, France and the UK.
Ann Ryan is a socially-engaged artist based in Dublin. Ryan is a graduate of MA in Social Practice and Creative Environment, Limerick School of Art and Design. Recent projects include Continue in Their Refusal a collaborative project with the Limerick Youth Service to re-imagine The Limerick Soviet for its centenary year in 2019.