Siobhán Clancy’s practice explores models of socialization that impact on individual wellbeing in contexts of health, disability, education and young people. Her work presents on narratives that are frequently silenced, censored or stigmatized through the performance of story in participatory dialogue and multi-media including digital media. In the past, her work has been supported by RFSU Sweden (2014), Derry City of Culture with Void Gallery (2013), Dublin City Council Arts Act Grant (2010), The Arts Council and Create (2009). Other awards have included residencies with DIY 10 – Lancaster, GB (August 2013), Disposable Film Festival - San Francisco, USA (March-May 2012), art@Work - Boyle, Co. Roscommon (June-September 2011), Helium Children’s Arts and Health (2009-2012), National Council for the Blind of Ireland (2008-2012) and ArdBia - Berlin, Germany (Dec 2009-Jan 2010). Clancy’s academic background includes BA (First Class Hons) at NCAD, Arts, Participation and Global Development at CIT and Crawford College of Art and Theatre of the Oppressed at NUIG. She recently completed an MA in Community Education, Equality and Social Activism (First Class Hons) at Maynooth University for which she submitted the thesis ‘Enda- We need to talk about abortion: Reframing Abortion Discourse through Dialogical Arts’.