Terence’s practice encompasses predominantly digital video, video installation and performative events with a strong focus on the use of paint, (recycled) cardboard, cameras and domestic materials.

Terence Erraught 2018 Curator

Emma Brennan is a 2016 graduate of the National College of Art and Design. Curating and exhibiting in numerous group and solo shows during her time there.

Emma Brennan Artist

Siuán Ní Dhochartaigh is a research-driven multi-disciplinary artist working predominantly in photography, video, text and installation. Siuán graduated from the National College of Art and Design with a First Class Joint Honours in Fine Art and Visual Culture.

Siuán Ní Dhochartaigh Artist

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Jennifer Webster is arts project producer and a drama facilitator. Between 2003 and 2005 Jennifer was artistic director with community based Tallaght Theatre Group. She studied performance at the Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin.

Jennifer Webster Project Producer

Emma Brennan

Emma Brennan is a 2016 graduate of the National College of Art and Design. Curating and exhibiting in numerous group and solo shows during her time there. She has participated in a number of live art festivals including Livestock and the Dublin Live art Festival, as well as curating the inaugural NCAD Live Graduate Performance Showcase in 2016. At the core of her practice is an interest in how we as a society perceive and assign value. In particular she is interested in questioning the relationship between producer and consumer. Honing in specifically on that relationship in terms of the artist and the viewer. The questions surrounding this relationship often manifest themselves in her work as performance based pieces or through video installation.

She has recently completed a residency with the Draoicht, Blanchardstown where she is exhibiting her most recent work in their PLATFORM exhibition series as well as interning as assistant curator to artist/curator Sharon Murphy. Brennan is also an active member of the Dublin theatre scene and has recently been appointed No Drama Theatre’s events manager for their tenth anniversary year in 2018.

Siuán Ní Dhochartaigh

Siuán Ní Dhochartaigh is a research-driven multi-disciplinary artist working predominantly in photography, video, text and installation. Siuán graduated from the National College of Art and Design with a First Class Joint Honours in Fine Art and Visual Culture. Her recent degree showcase comprised of tapes of performative artist’s talks and lectures, doctored publications, and obscured installation forming the supposed archives of Gallery 287.

Gallery 287 contextualised the personal within the institutional confines of contemporary art establishment; the format of an archive offered a clinical remove from bodily and intimate works.

Terrence Erraught

Terence’s practice encompasses predominantly digital video, video installation and performative events with a strong focus on the use of paint, (recycled) cardboard, cameras and domestic materials. His artworks have been shown in galleries and festivals nationally and internationally including; Los Angles Centre for Digital Art (Los Angeles, California), Riverside Studios (London, England), The MART (Dublin, Ireland), Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (Dublin, Ireland), The LAB (Dublin, Ireland), Custom House Studios and Gallery (Mayo, Ireland), The Shed (Galway, Ireland), Cross Gallery (Dublin, Ireland), National Botanical Gardens (Dublin, Ireland).

Areas of exploration include humour, everyday absurdities, site specific engagement and the incorporation of domestic objects. Inspiration arises from the era of vaudeville, classical oil painting traditions and compositions, film (with a wide range of sources spanning from 1980’s comedies to Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton).

Jennifer Webster

Jennifer Webster is arts project producer and a drama facilitator. Between 2003 and 2005 Jennifer was artistic director with community based Tallaght Theatre Group. She studied performance at the Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin. In 2007, Jennifer set up Carousel Theatre School based at Rua Red (South Dublin Arts Centre).
Jennifer is a Drama Facilitator with Tallaght Community Arts Project Doors to Elsewhere, a weekly drama workshop for adults living with a disability. Jennifer was Project Coordinator on a community/inter-generational project If You Were In My Shoes commissioned by Nás na Ríogh Housing Association and led by Creative Producer/Director Tony Fegan, 2012/2013.

In 2009 Jennifer, in partnership with Tallaght Community Arts set up Act Up Theatre Festival – A One Act Theatre Festival for secondary school in South Dublin County. Her work as producer includes Flock – By Aoife Courtney at the Big House Festival 2013, From the Inside Out a TCA production supported by Community Foundation of Ireland, Creative Campus a TCA Project in association with South Dublin County Council Arts Office and NCAD and Aeridheacht/Taking the Air a site specific 1916 commemoration project involving over forty young performers (a TCA project in partnership with OPW/Pearse Museum and South Dublin County Arts Office).


Previous Aritist Curators



Creative Campus '17 - Centenary

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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