Multidisciplinary visual artist currently living and working in Cork, Ireland. Originally from Latvia.
2014 – 2018 Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork Institute of Technology (Fine Art BA);
2013 – 2014 St. John’s Central College, Cork (Art, Craft & Design FETAC Level 5);
Two person shows:
2019 Annual Graduate Show – Anna O’Riordan and Katrīna Tračuma, Joan Clancy Gallery, Mweelahorna, Ring, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland (11th to 28th April);
◊ Annual Members’ Exhibition, Lavit Gallery, Wandesford Quay, Clarke’s Bridge, Cork, Ireland (28th February to 16th March);
◊ GOMA 3rd Annual Members Exhibition, Gallery Of Modern Art, Lombard Street, Waterford, Ireland (13th December 2018 to 13th January);
◊ Affordable Art, Christmas Market, 126 Artist-Run Gallery, 15 St Bridget’s Place, Galway City, Ireland (14th to 23rd December);
◊ A5 Art Fair, Galway Arts Centre, 47 Dominick St. Lwr., Galway, Ireland (30th November to 2nd December);
◊ The Fronteer Open 2018, 35 Chapel Walk, Sheffield, S1 2PD, UK (19th November to 2nd December);
◊ 50 under 50, Unit 6 Studio & Gallery, 6 Greenbelt holdings, Borough Road, Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK (1st November to 30th November);
◊ Present Perfect Continuous, Zverev Center of Contemporary Art, Novoryazanskaya Ulitsa, 29/4, Moscow, Russia (1st to 14th November);
◊ Soul Noir Festival of the Dark Arts, The Chocolate Factory Arts Centre, No. 26 Kings Inns Street, Dublin 1, Ireland (31st October to 1st November);
◊ Emerging Artists, Bils & Rye, 5 Market Place, Kirkbymoorside, York, UK (1st September to 2nd November);
◊ Impact 10 – ENCOUENTER, International Printmaking Conference, Santander, Cantabria, Spain (1st to 9th September);
◊ Stamped: letters from Rijeka, Cukarikafe, Trg Julija Klovića 4, 51000, Rijeka, Croatia (August);
◊ Galway Art Fair, Galway City Gallery, 15 New Dock St., The Docks, Galway, Ireland (30th July to 5th August);
◊ Everyday Encounters – Artlink Members Show, Artlink Ltd, Fort Dunree, Inishowen, Co. Donegal, Ireland (21st July to 13th August);
◊ Galway Fringe Festival, Galway City Gallery, 15 New Dock St., The Docks, Galway, Ireland (15th to 29th July);
◊ See/Saw Degree Show, CIT Crawford College of Art and Design, Sharman Crawford Street, Cork, Ireland (1st to 9th June);
◊ UNISON Art Exhibition, Newry Rainbow Community Center, Monaghan Street, Newry, Northern Ireland (28th August to 3rd September);
◊ UNISON Art Exhibition, Holywell Trust, Bishop Street, Londonderry, Northern Ireland (21st to 27th August);
◊ UNISON Art Exhibition, Queens Film Theatre, University Square, Belfast, Northern Ireland (14th to 20th August);
◊ GOMA 2nd Annual Members Exhibition, Gallery Of Modern Art, Lombard Street, Waterford, Ireland (17th August to 23rd September);
◊ Queeriosity, The Crescent Arts Centre, University Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland (3rd August to 2nd September);
◊ Habituation, Elizabeth Fort, Barrack St, The Lough, Cork, Ireland (26th to 28th May);
◊ Perceptions 2016: The Art of Citizenship, Crawford Art Gallery, Emmett Place, Cork, Ireland (9th September to 29th October);
◊ Reconnect, Nexus Centre, CIT Bishopstown main campus, Cork, Ireland (3rd March);
◊ Two Senses Art Showcase, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, Ireland (15th October);
◊ Possibilities end of year exhibition, St. John’s Central College, Cork, Ireland (23rd, 26th to 27th May);
Shortlisted for The Fronteer Open Student Prize;
Visual Arts Award, Galway Fringe Festival 2018;
Commended Entrant (reached stage 2) of the Global Undergraduate Awards judging process;
Joan Clancy Gallery Prize (Mweelahorna, Ring, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland);
Quotes – to be published in March 2019.
Print media features:
Broadcast media features:
Irish Examiner – Watch: Stunning art and design at Crawford College end of year exhibition.
Northern Visions TV – Queeriosity exhibition documentary.
Lavit Gallery, Wandesford Quay, Clarke’s Bridge, Cork, Ireland.
126 Artist-Run Gallery, 15 St Bridget’s Place, hidden Valley, Woodquay, Galway, Ireland.
GOMA Gallery Of Modern Art, 6 Lombard St, Waterford, Ireland.
Artlink Ltd, Fort Dunree, Inishowen, County Donegal, Ireland.