Conall Cary is a visual artist and printmaker based out of Ireland. After studies at the University of Oregon, he went on to study at the Centre for Creative Arts & Media in Galway, before completing an M.A. in Digital Cultures from University College Cork, focusing on online digital representation of visual arts content in Ireland.

Conall has exhibited widely throughout Ireland and internationally, and has completed residencies in Scotland, Finland, Ireland and America.

He has most recently represented Ireland in the International Printmaking Triennale in Krakow, Poland, and the Sights and Sounds of Ireland Today video art exhibition at the Dupont Underground in Washington D.C.
Supported by: Creative Scotland, The Arts Council of Ireland, Galway City Arts Office, Wicklow County Arts Office, and Cork City Arts Office.

Per Cent for Art Commissions: Cork, Sligo, Mayo, and Waterford.

Permanent Collections: Irish Office of Public Works, National Print Collection of Finland, The Zuckerman Museum of Art, Georgia, USA, University Hospital Cork, Sligo/Leitrim, and Waterford. 

Print Media Technician at the MTU Crawford College of Art & Design since 2014.