Andrew (Sid) Siddall is an Artist, Maker and Designer working in live art,theatre, installation and outdoor spectacle. He has been transforming both public and private interior and exterior spaces for over thirty years and works with a wide range of materials from found and recycled to cutting edge digital.

Andrew (Sid) Siddall CO-Curator

Mirjam Keune works as an artist with children and adults in community settings and on collaborative art projects. She was the curator and student mentor for Creative Campus 2014.

Mirjam Keune Co-Curator

Shane Keeling graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2018. Keeling works predominantly in ceramics but he engages all forms of visual arts in his practice.

Shane Keeling Artist

Peter is a sculptor, maker, and problem solver. He most often dream up ways to communicate his ideas in a simple but profound way.

Peter Slyman Artist

Andrew (Sid) Siddall

Andrew (Sid) Siddall is an Artist, Maker and Designer working in live art, theatre, installation and outdoor spectacle. He has been transforming both public and private interior and exterior spaces for over thirty years and works with a wide range of materials from found and recycled to cutting edge digital. He specializes in work which directly engages young people and communities as both audience and participant and works regularly in multilingual settings across Europe and beyond.

He is currently teaching at the CASS School of Art, Architecture & Design in his home city of London where he leads an Interior Design studio and runs the BA course in Design for Theatre & Film.

Mirjam Keune

Mirjam Keune works as an artist with children and adults in community settings and on collaborative art projects. She was the curator and student mentor for Creative Campus 2014. Mirjam Keune graduated from NCAD in 1994, she has exhibited in the Irish Museum of Modern Art and the Royal Hibernian Academy and has facilitated several collaborative Art projects.

Shane Keeling

Shane Keeling graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2018. Keeling works predominantly in ceramics but he engages all forms of visual arts in his practice. Keeling’s work tackles difficult societal issues facing contemporary Irish culture using satire and humour in order to make his chosen topics more palatable for the viewer. His work relies heavily on the coupling of humorous illustrations and unapologetic, brazen text in order to convey his message.

Keeling was awarded a residency in the National College of Art and Design in 2018 in preparation for his first solo show ‘BadMan Oh Man’ in association with First Fortnight. Keeling has had articles published on RTE’s website about art and mental health as well as radio a radio interview on ‘RTE Radio 1’. His work has been displayed in several galleries around Dublin and Ireland including Gallery Zozimus, Origin Gallery, National Botanical Gardens, NCAD Gallery and the Wexford Arts Centre. Keeling also runs a workshop entitled ‘BADBEASTS’ which is targeted at all boys secondary schools.

BADBEASTS explores themes of creativity and mental health and aims to deconstruct the idealised version of masculinity instilled in young men by their peers.

Peter Slyman

Peter is a sculptor, maker, and problem solver. He most often dream up ways to communicate his ideas in a simple but profound way. He aims to keep it fun so the making processes are always fresh and enjoyable, as this will helps him to develop the art into a more immersive piece / installation.

Material wise he has been exploring different ways to produce sculptural forms using a variety of materials including grass, wood, metal, clay etc. Through this process he tends to figure out what works best for both himself and his practice as a whole and also considering what’s best given whatever time constraints he finds himself under.


Previous Aritist Curators



Creative Campus '18- By a Better Deed

Curator: Terence Erraught
Project Manager:Jennifer Webster
Artists: Emma Brennan, Siuán Ní Dhochartaigh
Participating Artists:Daria Cassidy, Megan Fay, Róisin Ní Mhaoldhamhnaigh, Sailí Áine Ní Mhurchú, Jordan O’Toole
Participating Schools:Colaiste de Híde and Mount Seskin Community College

Creative Campus '17 - D24 - A User's Manual

Curator: Peter Reder
Project Manager:Jennifer Webster
Artists: Aaron Smyth, Stephen Burke
Participating Schools:Deansrath Community College and Killindarden Community School with the participation of Tallaght Young Film Makers


Creative Campus '16 - Centenary

Curator: Jim Cathcart
Project Manager:Jennifer Webster
Artists: Lauryn Gaffney, Michaela Roddy, Tara Singleton, Megan Leech, Amy Eiffe, Christian Heath, Natalia Kalksztejn, Kristan Murphy
Participating Schools: Deansrath Community College, Mount Seskin Community School


Creative Campus '15 - Between

Curator:Catherine Barragry
Project Manager:Jennifer Webster
Artists: Stephen Burke, Rebecca McCusker, Andrew Fulcher, Bronagh Lee, Stephen Burke
Participating Secondary School: Moyle Park Community College and Mount Seskin Community School


Creative Campus '14 - Think Outside The Book

Curator: Mirjam Keune
Project Manager:Jennifer Webster
Artists: Georgina Smyth, Mark Holburn, Sarah Ward, Ciaran Doyle, Joanna Graniczkowska, Mayka von May
Participating Schools: Killinarden Community School and Adamstown Community College


Creative Campus '13 - Vestige

Curator: Siobhan Carroll
Project Manager:Chloe Brennan


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