Joeleen Lynch | Membership & Project Manager

Joeleen joined Business to Arts as Membership and Project Manager in 2018. She is an arts manager and curator with over 6 years experience in multi-disciplinary arts programming, project management, artist consultancy, education and visitor experience.

Joeleen has held various roles in public art galleries, commercial galleries, pop up exhibitions, heritage sites and cultural initiatives representing organisations such as: The Eden Project (Cornwall), The Ark (Dublin), The Design and Crafts Council of Ireland, the Contemporary Art Programme for National Trust, Trust New Art and Year of Irish Design 2015. Joeleen is also a contributor to CCQ: Culture Colony Quarterly; a contemporary art magazine based in Wales.

As Membership and Project Manager, Joeleen manages and administers our Corporate Membership Programme. She also leads our consultancy projects with corporate members and clients, as well as conducting stakeholder interviews, research, surveys, analysis and content development for our publications, newsletters and website.

Joeleen graduated from the University of Aberdeen with an MA in History of Art, during this time she was awarded a place on the North American International Exchange Programme at the University of Guelph, Ontario. She later graduated with a Postgraduate Masters in Contemporary Curatorial Practice from Falmouth University.

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