Monica Flynn is a visual artist,  cultural organiser and freelancer based in Dublin, Ireland. Her creative work encompasses collaboration, audio-visual media, drawing, photography and text.

This work is often presented as installations, staged events or as works co-authored with the audience and aims to engage others in dialogue or shared experience.  Shifting between performance, event making and artist-curator roles, Monica is interested in the connection between the individual, society and our belief systems, asking questions about collective agency.

Recent curatorial work includes: co-curation of Still, We Work: Representations of Women and Work (June 2015) with Hollie Kearns and Rosie Lynch (Workhouse Union) Callan, on behalf of the National Women’s Council of Ireland. Developed by project curator Valerie Connor and commissioned by the NWCI to coincide with the anniversary of the 1913 Lock Out, Still We Work involves specially commissioned works by artists Miriam O’Connor, Vagabond Reviews, Anne Tallentire and Sarah Browne and toured Ireland in 2015; a role as curatorial co-ordinator of Lived Lives: A Pavee Perspective (Nov 2015) by artist Dr. Seamus McGuinness (GMIT) and Prof. Kevin Malone, School of Medicine (UCD).

Monica holds an MA Visual Arts Practices from IADT, Dun Laoghaire (2008) and has over 14 years experience in Arts and Cultural Management (UCD, 2000).  As a co-founder and co-director of The Market Studios, Dublin (2007 – 2014), which she established with Claire Behan and Deirdre Morrissey, she has an abiding interest in artist-led initiatives.  She is currently a member of Common Place Studios, Dublin and also works part-time as Professional Development Officer with Visual Artists Ireland.