Maeve Clancy creates work for children and adults using cut paper, pop up, story and drawings. She has worked on music videos for singer Lisa Hannigan, mounted solo exhibitions, and writes both fictional, documentary and historical comics. Past commissions include a pop up book for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 international advertising campaign, a large scale installation at a National Trust property in Somerset, UK, and a solo exhibition at Corte Eremo, Mantova, Italy.
She was an invited artist at Dublin WorldCon 2019, a large international science fiction convention, and designed 'Sruth na Teanga', an immersive theatre experience as part of Galway 2020 City of Culture. Recent commissions include a graphic novel about Michael Davitt, a series of animations for Cruinniú na nÓg 2020 shown on RTE, and a cut paper installation for An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk in December 2020. Current ongoing work involves telling the story of Rouba and Noura Merzah, two recent refugees from Syria now living in Ireland.