Nadia J. Armstrong is an Irish artist and writer who is currently studying on the ACW MFA programme at NCAD. … More
Solstice presents a significant exhibition of work by Irish artist Isabel Nolan ‘A delicate bond which is also a gap’. … More
Laragh Conroy, Gráinne Murphy, Rónán Ó Raghallaigh Return GalleryGoethe-Institut Irland 37 Merrion Square East Dublin 2 18 May–11 June 2021 … More
‘Foreignments’, an interactive webapp commissioned in partnership with The Lab Gallery, DCC, deals intimately with the process of acculturation. The … More
A publication produced through the module My Fair Lady: Radical Publishing and the Shaw Collection, led by Nathan O’Donnell, as … More
Great article in the Irish Times by Michael Cronin about Adrian Duncan’s latest book Midfield Dynamo. Cronin Praises Adrian’s work … More
On Thursday 6th of May 7pm – 8pm Researcher, Artist and ACW Alumni Hannah Tiernan will present her paper on … More
REOPENING 1ST-30TH JULY: A three-part exhibition at the Goethe-Institut Irland’s Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World (ACW). … More
Leila Anglade, Alison Lowry, Alex Pentek, Belinda Quirke As part of RE/MAINS OF THE DAZE: an exhibition in three courses … More
Nadia J. Armstrong, Tom Creed, Catherine Fay, Anna Maye, Katharina Steins. In developing their response to Les Immatériaux, the NOUVEAUX … More
Simon Bhuiyan, Brian Cooney, Kristen Olson, Aisling-Ór Ní Aodha After the Century focuses on research conducted around The Short Century … More
Monday, March 8th Only! • Available from 9 AM ET & 2 PM GMT • free tickets here! Two Miles … More
19th-28th February 2021, NCAD Gallery – LINK Aoife Banks, Dominique Crowley, María del Buey, Brendan Fox, Seanán Kerr, Gráinne Murphy, … More
Seoidín – artist and educator who works with ACW, has two very recent publications available in the Dublin Art Book … More
In Sept 2020 Aemi launched their second online exhibition with Fiona Marron’s film After Automation, accompanied by a commissioned text by Jessica … More
Love Notes from a German Building Site, the debut novel by ACW alum Adrian Duncan, has been awarded the inaugural John McGahern Book Prize 2020.
m u d r o o m is an experimental ambient audio installation, transformed into a one-hour virtual livestream featuring … More
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A season of propositions, performances, experiments and scenarios by the MFA Art in the Contemporary World.
Sue Rainsford is a fiction and arts writer. Her practice is concerned with explicit fusions of critical and corporeal inquiry, as … More