Other Science Art projects
Niamh has over 15 years experience in live performance and media. Her second STEAM show, To Space
, toured internationally including Edinburgh Fringe (2015), Adelaide Fringe (2016), Edinburgh International Science Festival (2016), and Cheltenham Science Festival (2016) supported by Culture Ireland,and the Arts Council of Ireland. The show was made in partnership with European Space Agency
, Science Foundation Ireland
and CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory.
She has presented academic aspects of her work in STEAM at scientific conferences including CAP 2018, the International Astronautical Congress (2017,2016), European Geosciences Assembly (2018,2017,2016,2015), and European Planetary Sciences Congress (2015).
Her other work in science art & technology and public engagement includes Memory of Place (Festival of Curiosity, 2016, 2015), ’To Space’ (Edinburgh Science Festival 2016, Adelaide Fringe 2016, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015), Dream Big (Int. Space University, 2015) ‘Speaking with Plants’ (UCD Science Expression, 2014), That’s About The Size Of It (Dublin City of Science 2012, Dublin Fringe Festival 2011), Boys of Foley Street (ANU productions, Dublin Theatre Festival 2012). Her work has been supported by the European Space Agency (2015), Science Foundation Ireland (2014), The Arts Council of Ireland (2014, 2011), Arts@CERN (2011), Show in A Bag (2011), Dublin City Council Drama Bursary (2011), and is an alumnus of MAKE (2011), The SPACE Programme (2011), The Festival of Curiosity Residency (2013), and The Robert Wilson Watermill International Spring Residency, New York (2010).