Void Art Centre are delighted to welcome three new members to the team: our new Front of House and Invigilator, a role supported by Jobstart, Alex Cregan, the Coordinator of Production and Dynamics, Sinéad Feeney, and our Press and Marketing Officer (maternity cover) Cecelia Graham.

You can find out more about Alex, Sinéad and Cecelia below.


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Alex Cregan (they / him) is our new Front of House and Invigilator, a role that is supported by the JobStart scheme for those aged 16-24 years old. Alongside their role at Void, Alex is a writer and poet based in Derry city. They have publications in The Paperclip Vol. III, Belfast Pride’s Poetry with Pride 2023 edition and the Feb 2024 edition of Beyond Queer Words. Alex is interested in exploring means of advocacy and inclusivity in arts spaces.




Sinéad Feeney (she/her) is Void’s new Coordinator of Production and Dynamics, a role that seeks to promote care principles and empathetic approaches to stakeholder liaison and logistical management of the gallery’s everyday running. Sinéad has a background in textile design and garment production, and has previously worked in Ireland, UK and the Netherlands within global fashion houses. Now working in art and design higher education and community facilitation, Sinéad provides support and technical expertise to multiple stakeholders.



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Cecelia Graham (she/her) is currently providing maternity cover support in Void’s Press and Marketing Officer position. Alongside this, Cecelia is an independent curator. Within her practice, Cecelia explores collective knowledge gathering and non-hierarchical labour practices in order to challenge notions of hyper-productivity, disciplinary borders and power structures often relied on within institutions. Challenging the language of professionalism, Cecelia seeks alternative modes of advocating for and supporting a community of artists that resist strict, slick outputs.