Sinéad Bhreathnach-Cashell is curator for the Northern Ireland Screen Digital Film Archive. In this role she works with artists, musicians and film-makers to give the public access to the UTV collection. Projects include Practised Hands, a live cinema event featuring performances by Alice Clark and Jayne Cherry, funded by Film Hub NI for the Linen Biennale 2018. Sinéad is also an artist and committee member of Bbeyond. Over the past ten years she has participated in a wide range of international exchanges and artist collectives.
Sinéad is a member of Array Collective who has been nominated for the Turner Prize 2021. Array is a group of individual artists rooted in Belfast, who join together to create collaborative actions in response to the sociopolitical issues affecting Northern Ireland.
Sinéad Bhreathnach-Cashell invites people to play. Building communities of practice, sharing spaces and getting together to do things has always been part of how she works.