Articles tagged with: NCAD
MART Experiments presents ‘An Experiment in Life Drawing’
curated by Lynda Phelan
Open Call for Participants – Deadline: 28 May 2015
Date (s) of Experiment: 13 + 14 June 2015
@ The MART, 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6.
5pm on Friday 27th March, in the Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, NCAD, Dublin.
// Wine reception to follow //
J. M. Mancini (Ph.D., M.A., Johns Hopkins; B.A., University of Virginia) is Senior Lecturer in History. Before coming …
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NCAD Gallery presents the Cé leis é? exhibition talk
Cé leis é? and Systems Aesthetics hosted by Francis Halsall.
Friday 9th January 2015, 4pm, Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, NCAD.
Francis Halsall will host a discussion of NCAD …
January 29th – 31st 2015
Opening reception 6-8pm January 29th
The Project Space at PP/S presents Transferrals, an NCAD MA Graduate show by Art in the Contemporary World (ACW) alumni John Busher and Aisling Ní Chlaonadh.
An exhibition and parallel event series to mark the Black Church Process project.
Thursday, 20th November – Tuesday, 16th December 2014
Image:The Golden Age has yet to come (2012) by Jesse Jones. Silkscreen on mirror/glass.
NCAD Gallery …
MA Art in the Contemporary World, Public Research Seminar
Fri 28th November, 2-4pm, Harry Clark Lecture Theatre, NCAD
The critic John Kelsey argues that many of today’s most significant artists take “repetition as their starting point, and …
Visual Culture, NCAD is delighted to offer the first Postgraduate Scholarship for MA studies.
Following the successes of the two Masters programmes offered by the Faculty of Visual Culture at the National College of Art and …
Update: We will be starting at 10:30 in the IFI cafe on Eustace St. Not Braadstone as stated below!
Students and tutors of the ACW Masters@Visual Culture NCAD are joining Brian Dillon and Jeremy Millar from …
‘Excess Baggage’ is an exhibition of work by Irish based artists with mixed background and disciplines who work with emerging technologies, in Tallinn, Estonia March 2013.
The format consists of each artist carrying their work with …
“The ‘Educational Turn’ and other Detours: Art, Curating and the Academy – Distinguished Speaker Series”hosted by the School of Art History and Cultural Policy (University College Dublin) and the Faculty of Visual Culture (National College …
The following is a response by Barry Kehoe to the NCAD Masters in Fine Art/Art in the Digital World (MFA/ADW) graduate show that took place in June 2012.
…Je me souviens, they’re memories that have …
Schedule of talks as part of the NCAD Gallery exhibition:
Friday 2nd March, 12 – 2pm NCAD Gallery.
Presentations by Creative Limerick Spaces: Faber Studios, Ormston House and
Wednesday 28th March at 5pm Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, …
For the next three Fridays (Dec 2nd, 9th and 16th) the MA Art In The Contemporary World (ACW) will be running seminars at the Hugh Lane Gallery which are devoted to considering the relationship between …
Ella de Burca and Ciara McMahon
Opening: 1st December 2011. 7pm – late
(This is a BYOB event with live music by Liselle McMahon,)
Show continues daily: 2nd – 6th December 2011, 12am – 9pm.
Former NCAD MA students, …
Dublin Underground: An Exhibition Of Works Below Surface Level
Opening: Thursday 10th November
Exhibition Dates: Friday 11th -Sunday 13th November
This exhibition takes place this week at 2 Vicar Street and is organized by a group of 4th …
An International Curating Event
Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GRADCAM)
MA Art In the Contemporary World (NCAD)
Harry Clarke Lecture Room (NCAD)
Wednesday 16th November 14:00 – 20:00
What is the current condition of curating and curatorial practice?
‘A Public Mosaic’ – An experimental collaborative project of work by NCAD MA, Art in Contemporary World & UCD MA Architecture students
Image credit: James Kennedy, Gatewalls, UCD, 2011
This collaborative process began with a series of discussion between UCD and NCAD students at Newman House opposite St. Stephens’ Green, Dublin. Over a period of weeks people worked in …