Maeve Hickey, Artist & Photographer
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Projects and Presentations

If you are interested in featuring Maeve Hickey's work in a project or presentation, please contact her.

  • 2020: Photographs for Tales from the Desert Borderland
  • 2012: Cover and internal photos for Gender, Nation, and Religion in European Pilgrimage
  • 2011: Cover and internal photos for Mosaic: A Celebration of Irish Research (pub. IRCHSS)
  • 2010: "Landscapes of Faith": Currently in progress, this photographic series is an exploration of the interaction of people, place, and spirituality in Ireland and beyond.
  • 2009: "Chinese Ireland": Inspired by trips to China, this series gives a glimpse of the into the life of the Chinese community in Ireland.
  • 2006-2008: "America in Ireland": This project, sponsored by the Clinton Institute, examined the strong links between the United States and Ireland, and the U.S.'s influence on Ireland visually, culturally, and economically.
  • 2006: "Photographing Nogales through the eyes of children", Presentation for conference "Photographing the City", University College, Dublin, Ireland
  • 2004: Television interviews about "Lost and Found" on Univision Television and Radio Newfoundland
  • 2003-2004: "Ambos Nogales" Presentation, Arizona Humanities Council,
    Pima County Libraries, Tucson and Ajo Arizona
  • 2002:"Tunnel Kids" Presentations: Rice University, Houston, Texas; National Museum of Ireland, Dublin; and University of Texas, El Paso, TX
  • 2001:"Tunnel Kids" Presentations: University of Vienna, Austria; Project Theatre, Dublin, Ireland; Hull University, England; University College London, London, England; Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
  • 2000: "Tunnel Kids" Presentation, Oxford University, England
  • 1998: "Tunnel Kids" Arizona Humanities Council presentations: El Rio Community Center, Tucson, AZ; Boys and Girls Club, Nogales, AZ ; University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
  • 1997-2000: Numerous presentations of work in bookshops (Barnes and Noble, Borders, and Independents):New York, Texas, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Arizona
  • 1997-1999: Photographer, "Ambos Nogales Project", Arizona Humanities Council, School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1996-1998: Photographer, "Tunnel Kids Project", Southwest Research Center, University of Arizona, Arizona Humanities Council
  • 1994-1996: Photographer, "Road to Mexico Project", Southwest Research Center, University of Arizona, Tucson