Our Team

As Creative Director of Workhouse Union, Rosie Lynch leads the strategic development and artistic ambition of their projects, research, public engagement and making activities. Working alongside a diverse team, she focuses on creating strategic partnerships and relationships as well as funding opportunities for their work. As a co-founder of Workhouse Union, she has been vital in developing the seven-year Nimble Spaces engaged research and co-housing process and connecting to our broader community in Callan and further afield. 

Hannah McCormick is a theatre-maker and workshop facilitator with substantial experience working with young people. As our Programme Producer, Hannah coordinates the logistics of each activity, liaising with artists and participants to establish strong support structures in our collaborative work.

Sinead Phelan works across all aspects of research, design and communication. As Research Producer, Sinead safeguards qualitative engagement in activities for all involved, grounding the programme delivery in relevant contexts.

Recent and current artists and designers that we are working with include: An Endless Supply, Paul Bokslag, Michelle Browne, Eimear O’Connell, Ed Devane, Kate Fahey, Bridget O’Gorman, Tim Harper, Gareth Kennedy, Mollie A King, LiD Architecture, Sarah Lincoln, Ruth E Lyons, Méahé Design (Kaye Toland and Amber Perng), Deirdre O’Mahony, Fiona McDonald, Jennie Moran, Ita Morrissey, Ríonach Ní Néill, Rosie O’Reilly, Vagabond Reviews, Studio Weave, Todo Por La Praxis, Luis Vega, Katherine Waugh, Jane Walker and Lucas Wilson.

Previous team members include Eilís Lavelle, who fostered the growth of our public engagement work between 2016 and 2020; co-founder Hollie Kearns; creative producer Orlaith Treacy and Etaoin Holahan of Fennelly’s of Callan.