Allyson Keehan Programme Researcher Position

The artist and researcher will work with Hospitalfield over the next six months, on a placement funded by the Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities.

The focus of the work will be on on how we capture and communicate information about our programme.

Allyson Keehan is a PhD researcher at the Glasgow School of Art where she is an active member of the PhD cohort and has organised events and exhibitions, including a group PhD exhibition in the Reid Gallery in 2016 and a reading group in the Fine Art department. She is a founding member of Scottish Practice Research Network which works with the Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities in developing and facilitating practice-led research in Scotland and is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Painting and Printmaking undergraduate and postgraduate courses at GSA. Allyson has been a practising artist for over 15 years and completed her Masters Degree at the University of the Arts, London in 2004 and her Undergraduate Degree at Limerick School of Art and Design in 2002.

You can read more about the scheme on the SGSAH website…

Image: Allyson Keehan and other workshop participants.