Valeria Ceregini is an Italian Irish-based art historian and visual arts curator with an international practice working across disciplines with artists from various media. She has over 10 years of curatorial experience and has collaborated with numerous international institutions and organisations working together with visual and performative artists, curators and writers through exhibitions, publications, and talks. 

She is often working as a catalyst, networking with artists and organisations for the perfect match. She is also invested in mentoring and supporting artists, creating sociocultural projects and mediating with institutions to offer the best exhibition experience to visitors through a compelling outreach. 

Valeria extensively exhibited and toured her exhibition projects across Europe, such as Karvansarai by Art Nomads, Living through paintin(ing) by Richard Gorman, Breaking Borders (group show), SABOTAGE (collective project), Over Nature (group show), and Painting through its poetical emotions (travelling solo exhibitions). Among her most recent projects, she is teaming up with Scéal Arts Collective in partnership with Our Balbriggan, Fingal County Council and Arts Council of Ireland to curate a series of events as part of ‘Reclaiming the Arts’ community project.

She is the recipient of multiple bursaries and awards from the Arts Council of Ireland, Culture Ireland, Creative Ireland, Irish Embassy, Mondriaan Foundation, European Programmes for residencies, and other national and local authorities


Valeria Ceregini’s curatorial practice spans all visual arts with a research interest in the environment gradually losing its bio and geodiversity to become a cultural product, an anthropocentric vision of the social world.

She explores the role of art in contemporary society – the perception of our cultures and place in the world – notwithstanding that technologies have changed human activities and languages in the Capitalocene era.

Also, she is interested in interdisciplinary collaborative practices and community engagement to facilitate human connections around creativity and togetherness. Her aim through social gathering – especially with minorities and neurodiverse people – is to reclaim spaces for the arts and create a strong network among the art practitioners.

Valeria Ceregini is supported by Arts Council of Ireland & Culture Ireland

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