Michelle Browne is an artist and curator based in Dublin, Ireland.

She studied Sculpture at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin and a Masters in Art Praxis at the Dutch Art Institute based in Arnhem, Holland. Much of her work is performance based and collaborative. She has performed and exhibited both nationally and internationally recently taking part in My Brilliant Friend, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin; Future Histories at Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin as part of a series of works commissioned for the 2016 Easter Rising Centenary Celebrations; Excuse me I'm not finished, NCAD Gallery, Dublin; Forecast, Kilkenny; Using the Museum, Van Abbemuseum, Holland; Motivational Deficit, Crawford Gallery, Cork.

In 2017 Michelle was selected from over 500 applicants worldwide to take part in Creative Producers International , a global talent development programme led by Watershed in Bristol. Michelle is one of 15 creative producers from around the world who will engage in new kinds of conversations with creative communities, citizens and city authorities, to become change makers in their cities. For more information about Playable City click here .
Michelle has curated a number of exhibitions including Between You and Me and the Four Walls for IETM at Project Arts Centre in Dublin 2013, Tulca Season of Visual Art 2010 and These Immovable Walls: Performing Power at Dublin Castle 2014. She has been commissioned and supported by The Arts Council of Ireland, Dublin City Council, Culture Ireland and The Office of Public Works. Michelle is currently lecturer in Sculpture and Expanded Practice at NCAD.

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