Katy Fitzpatrick

Katy Fitzpatrick has worked for ten years in the field of arts education, working primarily within the visual arts. Her main areas of interest are interdisciplinary, collaborative and participatory art practices, with a breadth of experience in gallery outreach and community based programming. She has curated multiple programmes, events and exhibitions with a focus in the past three years on family and children’s engagement with contemporary art, these include the large-scale project BP Saturdays at Tate Britain and Light Rhythms, a family exhibition responding to Patrick Scott’s work at IMMA. Previous full time roles include Children’s Programme Coordinator, Irish Museum of Modern Art (2013 – 2014), Curator, Early Years and Families, Tate London (2012 – 2013), Education Curator, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane (2007 – 2011) and Outreach and Centre Manager, Dance Theatre of Ireland (2005 – 2007). (Updated 2014)