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Meet our Art curators

Art Curators (1095 x 616)

Senior Curator of Art

Contact Anne

Overall responsibility for the Fine Art collections. Particular responsibility for paintings, sculpture, fine art photography and time-based media.

Senior Curator of Art

 Contact Kim

Overall responsibility for the Applied Art collections including the specialist areas of ceramics, glass and furniture. 

Since 2009 Kim has also curated the Troubles Art collection.

Curator of Art

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Anna’s primary responsibility is the works on paper collection. This includes approximately 8000 prints, drawings and watercolours of Irish and international art between the 17th and 21st centuries.

Anna also looks after the Arts Council of Northern Ireland Collection of contemporary art.

Anna's main research focus is redressing the imbalance of the representation of women artists in art history, primarily with the Ulster Museum fine art collection. She’s is a member of the British Women Artists, 1750-1950: a Tate British Art Network Sub Group. Her publication Making Her Mark (2019) explores women print makers.

Anna is co-lead of the Northern Irish Art Network, a British Art Network research group supported by Tate and Paul Mellon. She also works closely with the Seamus Heaney Centre at Queens on a yearly Ekphrasis (poetry about paintings) project with post graduate students.

Anna has recently joined the Advisory Panel for ‘Acts of Union’. An interdisciplinary research project focused on the social and cultural history of mixed marriage and love across the divide, in modern Ireland. The project is based at QUB funded by UKRI.

Curator of Art

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Responsible for the Ulster Museum collection of historic and contemporary fashion and textiles. Also responsible for Ulster Museum collections of jewellery, silver, and dolls and toys.