Virtually There (2010 - Present)

Managed and designed by Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership, Virtually There is a long-term virtual artist in residence programme, connecting professional artists in their studios with school children and teachers in the classroom through the use of virtual technologies. The project supports the development of long-term artist–teacher partnerships and offers a framework for enquiry - and arts-based learning for children in nine participating schools in Northern Ireland.

The Virtually There project is supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. Independent research is currently being conducted to explore the impact of the project on all participants: artists, children and teachers. The findings of this research will be published in 2020. Virtually There is also taking place in four regions in the Republic of Ireland.

Publication of Virtually There book 2014.


24 Hour Race (2017 - 18)


Rescue Me (2014)


Running, Mapping, Drawing (2013)

Robin Price and Sharon Kelly engage in a reactive, collaborative process, entailing real drawings, filmed drawing activity and interwoven sequences of animated data and drawing process.


The Liminal Space of the Runner (2013)

Exploring the parallels between running and art.


Lebensfries (2012)


4 Quartets (2009)

A dance, music and visual art collaboration inspired by TS Eliot's poems of the same name


The Tears of Things (2005)


Create Linen Ireland (2003 - 05)


Multi-Media Maps (2000 - 03)


National Maternity Hospital Dublin - Lifting the Veil (1994 - 95)