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“Copy that, Kapton”, a review of Sam Keogh’s Kapton Cadaverine performance at the Kerlin Gallery

“The space that situates the performance is so thoroughly inseparable from the performance that it would have been non-sensical to not textually indulge in this rich scenario by Sam Keogh. Everything from the control panel the astronaut heavily interacts with to the see through plastic panelling of the walls in the spaceship that allows the audience to see the performance from all sides in a voyeuristic fashion are all aspects of the symbiotic relationship the space shared with the performing body.” – Sara Muthi responds to Sam Keogh’s performance and exhibition at the Kerlin Gallery, up now on in:Action

Open Evening – Postgraduate Opportunities in the School of Visual Culture

Come to NCAD on 12 March to hear about our MA / MFA programmes

Running for more than a decade, our MA Design History and Material Culture and MA / MFA Art in the Contemporary World programmes give students exceptional opportunities to develop skills as writers, researchers and thinkers. Both are located in the School of Visual Culture in the National College of Art and Design, a unique vantage point from which to develop and extend an interest in contemporary art or the history and current practice of design. And based in the centre of Dublin, both programmes enjoy close working relations with major institutions like IMMA and the Irish Architecture Foundation, as well as the vibrant art and design communities in the city.

To learn more about postgraduate opportunities in the School of Visual Culture, we are hosting a postgraduate study evening on Monday 12th March 2018. This event will be a chance to meet staff from our MA Design History and Material Culture or our MA / MFA Art in the Contemporary World, to hear about new classes and projects planned for 2018-19, to meet current students, and to hear about funding opportunities.

The evening will start with a brief introduction to NCAD and the School at 6pm followed by two separate sessions with the teams from both programmes. Participants will also have a chance to talk one-to-one about the opportunities that the two programmes offer students both during their studies and in their future careers.

If you would like to participate in this event, please email indicating whether you have an interest in MA Design History and Material Culture or in MA / MFA Art in the Contemporary World.

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