Governance

Anaglyph CLG T/a Leitrim Sculpture Centre

New Line, Manorhamilton, Co Leitrim
Company Number: 272258
Registered Charity Number: 20037888

LSC was incorporated on the 18th September 1997, as a company limited by guarantee not having a share capital.

Charitable status was granted by Revenue to the company on 4th March 1998 - CHY 12715.
We are registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority and our listing can be viewed at:
https://www.charitiesregulatoryauthority.ie/Website/CRA/CRAweb.nsf/0/63E7C5BCE2CFB1B380257D7A003C4047
By virtue of the Charities Act 2009, the Directors of the company are deemed also to be charity Trustees.

Click here to view the company’s Memorandum & Articles of Association.

The Members of the company are Anna Macleod (Chair), Dr. Perry Share, Anna Legge, David Spence, Janice Hough, Joanne Laws and Eileen Gillen.

Click here to view the Trustees/Directors' Report and Financial Statements for the previous year.

The Report and Statements are presented in a form which complies both with the requirements of the Charities Act 2014, and also the Charities Statement of Recommended Practice (Charities SORP) applicable to charities preparing their accounts in accordance with the Financial Reporting Standard (FRS102) applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

The Board of Directors are committed to working towards compliance with the Code of Governance for Community and Voluntary Organisations (www.governancecode.ie) and with the Principles of Good Fund Raising, as drawn up by the Irish Charities Tax Reform Group (ICTRG).

The company has 2 employees whose remuneration lies within the range €35,000 - €45,000. Sean O’Reilly, Director and Richard Cavaliero, Finance & Operations Manager.

Board of Directors

Dr. Perry Share
Perry is the Head of School of Business and Social Sciences at the Institute of Technology Sligo and a resident of Manorhamilton. He is a published sociologist with research interests in technology, language, culture and social policy. He brings to the board experience in strategic and operational management, a broad interest in the arts and culture, and an interest in the development and sustainability of non-metropolitan communities.

Anna Legge
Anna has wide ranging experience in programming performing arts, as the former Director of The Glens Centre in Manorhamilton. During her time at The Glens, she established many partnerships with key artists and managed to set up the centre as a production hub. She previously worked in the County Council Arts Office, where her duties included programming the arts throughout the county.

David Spence
David is a former chair of the Leitrim Community Forum and continues to take a role in community development. He is currently a board member of the North Leitrim Men’s Group and the Community Television Association. David works as an Artist and Filmmaker based in the LSC.

Anna Macleod
Anna Macleod is a visual artist and independent researcher based in Leitrim, Ireland. She has exhibited widely nationally and internationally. Residencies and exhibitions undertaken during 2015 inclusde, Food Water Life, themed residency with Jorge and Lucy Orta, Banff Art Centre, Alberta, Canada, Joya, Arte & Ecologia, Spain, Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Co Leitrim, Ireland & Broken Hill Art Exchange, New South Wales, Australia Water Conversations – A Survey of Works 2007 – 2015 at The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Ireland. ‘Staid na Talún - A State of Land’, Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Co Leitrim, Ireland, Water conversations - Broken Flow, Broken Hill Art Exchange, New South Wales, Australia. Group shows include: Et si on s’était trompé? Centre Culturel Irelandais, Paris, France, Embassy of Water, Paddington Reservoir, Sydney, Australia & For Them, Voice Gallery, Marrakech, Morocco. Anna Macleod is a former lecturer and
Programme Chair of Fine Art at Dublin Institute of Technology. www.annamacleod.com

Janice Hough
Janice Hough is an assistant curator with the Engagement and Learning Department at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, primary role being programmer of the museum’s residency. Hough works extensively with national and international creative practitioners and is immersed in the development of research and studio production, public dissemination of practices, open call systems and the establishment of programming policies and visions, hospitality and exhibitions emanating from the residency at the museum. Hough is also a curator on various group exhibitions such as Precaution, 2005; Action All Areas, 2013; Unseen Presence, 2014 and More Than One Maker, 2015. During 2016, to bridge the legacy of the residency whilst addressing how to revision its future Hough is curating a collaborative residency programme between IMMA & Grizedale Arts to create an international collective of established and emerging artists working together to bring A Fair Land to IMMA’s iconic courtyard for August 2016. Hough was a founding member of VISIT, a Dublin city-wide open studio event and a founding member / regional representative of Artists Studio Network Ireland. Some past presentations include TransCultural Exchange’s Conference in Boston; Location One, New York and has moderated numerous discussions at IMMA.

Joanne Laws
Joanne is an arts writer, editor and researcher based in county Roscommon. She has recently been appointed Features Editor of the Visual Artists' News Sheet, where she will commission and develop new writing for an Irish arts readership. She is curious about ethnographic and archival functions of the arts, as well as the role of arts education and research in generating new forms of knowledge. Joanne is a member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and a regular contributor to international arts publications including Art Monthly and Frieze. She was previously assistant editor for the online resource publicart.ie and coordinator of the Roscommon Visual Artists Forum (RVAF). Joanne won 'VAI/DCC Critical Writing Award 2012/13' for her extended essay 'Commemoration – A Forward-Looking Act'. She has previously developed research reports and policy documents for organisations such as 126 Artist-Run Gallery, Kilkenny Arts Office and Youth Work Ireland.

Eileen Gillen
Eileen is an education professional with expert knowledge of the higher education landscape both nationally and internationally and has an in-depth knowledge of the operation, structures and dynamics of higher education institutions. In addition to having studied and worked abroad gaining language and inter cultural skills, she has managed the Erasmus+ programme for IT Sligo and has extensive experience of building and maintaining relationships in an international context. Currently undertaking a PhD with NUIG, she is interested in how creativity can be applied in higher education contexts in order to invigorate the teaching and learning process and enhance regional sustainability. Eileen is a writer and is the 2016 Leitrim Guardian Literary Award winner. Current projects include a performance installation examining the dynamics of motherhood and ageing.