Creative Campus an annual site-specific arts programme supporting emerging artists to create work that engages diverse audiences in South Dublin County.
Graduate Artists work with their peers to create artworks for public exhibition under the mentorship of the Creative Campus Team. Artists are brought through a process that considers the following:
Working collaboratively with project curators and fellow graduate artists to realise and create artworks for public exhibition
Creating art works that gives great consideration to the project theme and location
To create work that will engage an audience by encouraging active participation
To link with second level student artists through workshops
The Creative Campus team engages with two second-level schools from South Dublin County each year and selected student become core active participants. Creative Campus works closely with NCAD Access Office to select schools and two portfolio course scholarship are awarded to selected students annually.
Creative Campus is a partnership between Tallaght Community Arts, South Dublin County Arts Office and NOISE Dublin in association with the National College of Art and Design (NCAD).
For more information please visit creativecampusproject.com
Creative Campus takes place through partnership between South Dublin County Council Arts Office,
Tallaght Community Arts and NCAD.
Wednesday 06th, May, 2020
Creative Campus is an annual site-specific arts programme supporting emerging artists to create work that engages diverse audiences in South Dublin County. This year’s programme was due to take place from March to June and has now been rescheduled to take place this Autumn.
Tuesday 01st, May, 2018
Who needs a hero?
Are heroes and role models lost from society?
Around us there are heroes of differing categories; celebrity heroes, anonymous heroes, small gesture heroes and even false heroes. Perhaps the imaginative heroes have the most value...
Wednesday 20th, May, 2015
The Creative Campus '15 Exhibition was officially opened by Mayor of South County Dublin, Fintan Warfield. It was a great success with many in attendance including artists, their family and friends, fellow students from NCAD, staff from TCA and participant and staff of Dominics Community Centre, along with many other invited guests.
Monday 11th, May, 2015
Portfolio Crash Course Artists: Second Level Students facilitated by Bronagh Lee and Rebecca McCuske
As part of Creative Campus’ 15 our artists facilitated two workshops with secondary school students.