Creative Campu'22 programme is delighted to be based in St. Enda’s Park, Rathfarnham.
The intention of this year's programme is to explore in detail the environs of St Enda’s Park
To create installations of work that personally respond to the physical landscape of the park and the imaginative worlds that exist just below the surface.
Creative Campus'21 programme was based in North Clondalkin Library. Our graduate and participating artist navigated the area in and around the new North Clondalkin Library.
We were delighted to welcome NCAD graduate artists Joanne Clerkin and Claire O'Sullivan to this year's programme. They will work alongside our 2021 curator Jonathan Stokes and producer Jennifer Webster.
Creative Campus 2020 was located in the beautiful valley of Glenasmole in the
NCAD graduate artists Julia Collins and Andy Wielens worked alongside
artist/curator Jonathan Stokes and producer Jennifer Webster to create works
inspired by the valley and its community.
We were delighted to invite students from Mount Seskin Community College and Glenasmole National School to become participating artists in Creative Campus 2020.
May 18, 2019
County Library, Tallaght was the location for Creative Campus’19. Our creative exploration/theme was the interface between the interior of the library and the exterior of Chamber Square.
Over a three-month period from March – May, Creative Campus '19 artists and co-curators explored all aspects of Chamber Square, the buildings that surround it and the people who use it. Creative Campus graduate artists and participating second level students re-imagined Chamber Square as a thriving hub of activity, a celebratory public space, a place to Linger4Longer.
May 08, 2018
Creative Campus 18 was located in the Pearse Museum, St. Enda’s Park, Rathfarnham. Drawing on the location and its history, the project investigated contemporary perceptions and interpretations of who or indeed what a hero is. This three-month project was heavily focused on the participation of second level students in conjunction with our curators and artists to produce a collaborative body of work. The passive and proactive roles of the group were engaged with while investigating the subject through a variety of art forms such as creating installations with sculpture, digital video and live art actions.Read More
June 17, 2017
Creative Campus ’17 is an investigation of Tallaght, exploring a wide variety of locations in and around the area in a spirit of curiosity and celebration. Over a three-month period our artist curators have explored aspects of its history, geography and culture. With the participation of Tallaght Young Film MakersRead More
July 23, 2016
Centenary was the theme of this year Creative Campus. Creative Campus’16 participating artists were asked to address the theme of our 1916 centenary celebrations, the proclamation and what it represented to them.
Creative Campus’16 participating artists were given the opportunity to work with curator Jim Cathcart at his studio at The Making Space – Tallaght.
August 10, 2015
Dominics Community Centre was the location for Creative Campus’15. Creative Campus’15 participating artists were asked to address the theme of community engagement. Tallaght Community Arts has been working with Dominics Community Centre over the past five years in an ongoing arts development process.Read More
May 18, 2014
The traditional library exists in a physical space, it focuses on storage and preservation, cataloguing and quiet learning. Libraries now exist as hybrid spaces, as much virtual as real, the library network animated by and situated within communities of users. Sources of information based on paper, coexist with digital and online archives. The South Dublin County Council Library network and in particular County Library Tallaght served as a framework for the work of the participating artists.Read More
Apirl 22, 2013
Creative Campus 2013 – was curated by artist Siobhan Carroll with artist Chloe Brenan as project manager. The venue was a store in The Square Shopping Centre Tallaght. The theme was an exploration of South Dublin County’s industrial heritage. The team visited sites where former industries were located and met with staff of these places, in particular the Saggart Paper Mill.Read More