Peter Reder was born in 1960 in London, where he continues to live and work. He studied music in London, theatre in Paris and has been creating original performance, video and installation works since 1993.

Peter Reder 2017 Curator

Stephen's practice is informed by the subliminal information provided by areas within Dublin. When people repress their creative desires in favour of a consumerist lifestyle a subconscious creative outlet is formed within their daily routines.

Stephen Burke Co-Curator

Aaron Smyth is a Dublin based Visual Artist. He is a recent graduate of the National College of Art and Design, Dublin receiving a first class honours degree in Fine Art Printmaking and he is the recipient of Graphic Studio’s ‘Graduate Award’.

Aaron Smyth Co-Curator

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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 Manager

Peter Reder

Peter Reder was born in 1960 in London, where he continues to live and work. He studied music in London, theatre in Paris and has been creating original performance, video and installation works since 1993. He has produced work in the UK for LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre), Traverse Theatre, National Theatre Studio, Photographers Gallery, South London Gallery, Somerset House, Brighton Festival, and internationally in Europe, Canada, USA, Singapore and Australia. His solo show ‘Guided Tour’ was chosen to be part of the British Council Showcase in Edinburgh in 2005 and in S.P.A.C.E. UK in Gijon, Spain in 2009.

His site-based work has been seen in some of the world’s great museums, galleries, and public buildings, including Somerset House in London, Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, National Museum of Singapore, Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh and Vancouver Art Gallery. Recent work includes the autobiographical piece ‘My Russian Childhood’, developed and shown at Battersea Arts Centre, JW3 and Rich Mix in London. He is currently co-creating a theatrical epic with Sir Mark Rylance.

Stephen Burke

Stephen's practice is informed by the subliminal information provided by areas within Dublin. When people repress their creative desires in favour of a consumerist lifestyle a subconscious creative outlet is formed within their daily routines.

These outlets and outcomes vary depending on the socio-economic characteristics which make up these areas. Stephen's practice attempts to unearth these works and to shed a light on to the unrecognised creative efforts of the subconscious artists who inhabit every city.

Aaron Smyth

Aaron Smyth is a Dublin based Visual Artist. He is a recent graduate of the National College of Art and Design, Dublin receiving a first class honours degree in Fine Art Printmaking and he is the recipient of Graphic Studio’s ‘Graduate Award’. As a member of the Gum Collective, Aaron is also the recipient of the Royal Hibernian Academy’s Group Studio Residency and a Black Church Printmakers Group Residency.

Aaron's work investigates lived experience, using corporal and metaphysical understandings of ‘being’ to discuss contemporary ideals of identity, power and gender. I do this by distorting the familiar allowing the work to push past the boundaries of the physical world to give a unique perspective on these themes.

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 '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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