‘The Paper Trail: Researching Jack B Yeats’, National Gallery of Ireland, 10 November 2016, http://www.nationalgallery.ie/Exhibitions/Creating_History/Blogposts/November10.aspx
‘The Cultural Cost of 1916: The Property Losses (Ireland) Committee and the Royal Hibernian Academy’, Inspiring Ireland/Digital Repository of Ireland, http://inspiring-ireland.ie/cultural-cost-of-1916-property-losses-ireland-committee-and-royal-hibernian-academy
‘Edmond Delrenne: Witness to 1916’, Irish Arts Review, Winter 2015. http://www.irishartsreview.com/edmond-delrenne-witness-to-1916/
‘Browne, Vincent’, ‘Coll, John’, ‘Landweer, Sonja’, ‘McKeogh, Aileen’, ‘Nolan, Evin’, ‘Rainey, Clifford’, and ‘Trimble, Gary’, in Sculpture 1600-2000, Art and Architecture of Ireland, Volume III. Royal Irish Academy and Yale University Press, 2014.
‘Dear Dirty Dublin’: Representations of the city in the art of Harry Kernoff RHA (1900-1974)’, Artefact, Journal of the Irish Association of Art Historians, 2011.
‘Art and the City: Owen Walsh in Dublin c.1953 – 1978′, in Colour and Light: Owen Walsh 1933 – 2002’, edited by Niamh Nic Ghabhann.
Co-convenor, Blast at 100: A Centenary Symposium, Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin, 2 July 2014. In addition to co-convening a day-long international symposium, I also co-curated an accompanying exhibition in the Long Room of the Old Library, Trinity College Dublin. This is currently available to view as an online exhibition http://bit.ly/1tHvqNS
From July 2012 – March 2013, I worked as a Research Assistant for volume five, ‘Twentieth Century’, of the Art and Architecture of Ireland series, published by the Royal Irish Academy and Yale University Press in 2014. For full details see http://bit.ly/1vReXls