Lynnette Moran | PRODUCER
Lynnette Moran is a Creative Producer, Art Director & Festival Director specialising in Live Art, Theatre, Visual Art and Digital platforms; with distinct experience of producing collaborative & socially engaged arts practice & public art commissions.
Lynnette is Exec Creative Producer with ANU productions & Louise Lowe since 2013 – Ireland’s leading contemporary production company with an unprecedented reputation for ground-breaking and seminal work. In 2019, Lynnette Moran and Louise Lowe co-created Faultline, an ANU and Gate Theatre Co-Production. She is one of two core producers on all productions to date including The Anvil (MIF, Manchester International Festival),The Lost O’Casey (The Abbey Theatre and Dublin Theatre Festival), TORCH (Arts Council England Ambition & Excellence Award), Hawknest (The Gate Theatre), Zero-Hour, These Rooms (LIFT, London International Festival of Theatre), Hentown, The Sin Eaters (DTF), Pals – the Irish at Gallipoli (Dept of Arts & Heritage & National Museum of Ireland), Vardo and Angel Meadow and many more.
In 2009, Lynnette established Live Collision, Ireland’s leading annual curated international festival of Live Art and Ireland’s first independent Creative Producing House working with exceptional artists nationally & internationally. The festival is currently in it’s 11th edition.
In 2021, together with Producer Matt Smyth, Lynnette co-founded field:arts – a support agency to cultivate growth, sustainability and ambition across the independent contemporary arts sector in Ireland supported by Arts Council Ireland’s CPS award. Lynnette’s current artist portfolio includes artists Amanda Coogan, Maia Nunes and Mufutau Yusuf.
Lynnette was previously Associate Producer at Create for six years during which time she was co- founder & Lead Producer for CAPP (Collaborative Art Partnership Programme) between (2014 – 2018), an unprecedented four year transnational partnership across six European countries and nine partner organisations co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union focusing on collaborative & socially engaged practice and commissions across Europe.
Lynnette is an EFA (European Festival Association) alumni and recipient of the EFFE’s award for outstanding commitment to work of social relevance with a global outlook. Lynnette has directed over 25 works for theatre and gallery spaces, as well as for screen and digital media.
Lynnette began her career in London, cutting her teeth with some of the UK’s leading arts organisations including LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre) and BAC (Battersea Arts Centre) where she developed her practice as a Creative Producer. She holds a BA Hons Degree in Fine Art and an MA in Performance Art from Goldsmiths College, London.