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Sarah Iremonger studied Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin and The Crawford College of Art and Design in Cork. She also has an MA in European Fine Art from the Winchester School of Art, Southampton University. Iremonger has exhibited nationally and internationally as an installation and digital media artist. She is a member of the Backwater Artist Group in Cork and is on the committee for the Cork Art Trail. Recent exhibitions include the "Research and Process Room" for the George Petrie exhibition at the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery in Cork 2004 and "Lumpy Art History" at the Turku Art Museum in Finland 2003. Recent awards include Arts Council Project and Bursary awards in 2002 and 2004, a CRC Cultural Relations Committee award from the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism in 2003 and an artist in residence fellowship at the Kunstlerhaus Schloss Wiepersdorf in Germany in 2002. Iremonger completed a commission "The Up-sidedown Mountains" for the OPW at the Northside Civic Centre in Coolock, Dublin in 2003, works as Visual Arts and Residency Co-ordinator for the Sirius Arts Centre in Cobh, Co. Cork and ran as a Candidate for the 2004 local elections.