On April 3rd Scariff Library Gallery will host ‘’Populace’’ a visual art collaboration between transition year students from Scariff Community College Co. Clare, art teacher Mary Rouine and artist in residence Tara Keegan. The exhibitions theme ‘Populace’ examines our environment through the transformation of material, recycled books and found objects. As part of the project students were encouraged to share their own ideas and creative thinking processes becoming makers and transformers in their environment. Artist in Residence visual artist Tara Keegan is a Graduate of fine art sculpture & combined media from the Limerick School of Art and Design were she is currently studying a MA in Social Practice and the Creative Environment. Keegan is fascinated by the human body and it is ever present in her work. Currently her studio practice focuses on the body’s organic forms, growth, disease and cells through the medium of soft sculpture. The exhibition runs from April 5th – April 14th with the opening reception taking place on the 5th April at 5.30pm. This is a free event open to the public and all are welcome to attend.