Artist Name(s) Maeve Clancy
Artwork title Untitled
Context/Background Per Cent for Art Scheme for extension to new primary school (St John the Baptist Boys NS, Belgrove, Clontarf)

A double-sided multi-layered perspex wall depicting imagery of indigenous flora and fauna. The walls are precision-cut and depict the imagery, including mazes, measuring charts and visual puzzles in a vivid and child friendly way.


Apart from an inclusive selection process, some of the 6th class boys took part in the final selection process


Maeve Clancy lives and works in Dublin


Commission Type Schools/Colleges,Government Department
Commissioner Name Aisling Prior for the two boards of management of the two schools
Commissioning process Curated competition
Project commission dates November 1, 2011 - November 30, 2012
Partners The two school boards of managements, representatives of the teachers and the school boys, and Paul Keenan, project architect
Artform Visual Arts
Funded By Dept. Education and Science
Percent for art Yes
Budget Range 10000 - 30000 euro
Project commission start date 01/11/2011
Project commission end date 30/11/2012
Location Belgrove/St John the Baptist Boys' National Schools, Seafield Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3
County Dublin
Town Clontarf
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Public engagement

Maeve ran a series of workshops with the primary school boys



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