Elizabeth Kilroy, currently based between Dublin and NY, is the Founding Chair Emerita of the New Media Narratives program at The International Center of Photography, NY. She is an adjunct Professor Photography and Imaging (DPI) in Tisch School of the Arts at New York and MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media program at School of Visual Arts, NY. Prior teaching experience includes, ITP NYU (Graduate), CUNY and Temple University, PA and the Magnum/NYU Summer Human Rights Program. Her students expand the role of photography as a collaborative process, creating art and telling stories using a variety of new tools, platforms and opportunities for engagement
She is a visual storyteller and creative technologist who has produced multiple interactive projects both personal and for clients, including Magnum. She produced and ran two full-day Hack the Photo events at ICP in 2017 and 2018, introducing photographers to the power of code. She explores work from web based immersive storytelling to audio landscapes, from filmmaking to photography, and from books to zines.
Her lastes project, The Baths was part of The Brightening Air Festival, 2021 and is linked below.
Her work as a curator includes real time curation for Charlotte Cotton’s Public, Private, Secret at ICP and her essay on the subject is published in the book, Public, Private, Secret: On Photography and the Configuration of Self. She has curated a variety of photograpy and digital media shows in NYC. She is the co-founder along with Daniel Dwyer, of Screen Arts School, Screen Arts Live and Screen Arts Media and Image Café. Image Café is presented in association with Fred Ritchin.