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Ms. Catherine Giltrap

Curator/Head of University Art Collectio (Secretary's Office)

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ICOM The International Council of Museums, Member
ICOM Ireland Board Member
ICOM UMAC International Committee Board Member (UMAC is the international special committee of ICOM for University Museums and Collections)
Task force for the Protection of University Collections, European representative (under the umbrella of AAMG - Association of Academic Museums and Galleries)
Language Skill Reading Skill Writing Skill Speaking
Catalan Basic Basic Basic
English Fluent Fluent Fluent
French Fluent Medium Medium
German Medium Basic Basic
Irish Medium Medium Medium
Italian Medium Medium Medium
Spanish Medium Basic Medium
Mícheál Mac an Airchinnigh, Glenn Strong, Catherine Giltrap, Shane Brennan, Mike Brady, What makes a great mobile digital art exhibition, ElPub2011 Digital Publishing and Mobile Technologies, Istanbul, June 22-24, edited by Yasar Tonta et al. , Hacettepe University Department of Information Management, 2011, pp52 - 61, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Catherine Giltrap, ed., George Dawson: An Unbiased Eye. Modern and contemporary art at Trinity College Dublin since 1959., Dublin, Associated Editions, 2010, Notes: [Published on behalf of The Board of the University of Dublin, Trinity College. Supported by The Trinity College Dublin Association and Trust, and Joseph Gorman.], Book, PUBLISHED  URL
Catherine Giltrap, 20:20 Hindsight. Retrofitting research relevance to the University Art Collections at Trinity College Dublin., University Museums and Collections Journal, 3, 2010, p73 - 80, Notes: [UMAC (University Museums and Collections) is an international special committee of ICOM - The International Council of Museums.], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text


Irish and International art and architecture from the Gothic Period to the Present Day; Museum Studies / Museology; Cultural Heritage; University Heritage, Academic Museums and Collections; Collections Education & Outreach; History of Art; History of Architecture; Museum and Art Gallery architecture & design; Narrative Space; Object-Based Learning; Digital Humanities; Digital Culture.