The CEAD Student Exhibition, NCAD, June 30 to July 07 2017
The CEAD, NCAD Student Exhibition opens on Friday 30 June, and runs until Friday 07 June. The Exhibition takes place in the Design Building, NCAD, 100 Thomas Street, Dublin 8 and all are welcome.
Exhibition opening hours
Friday 30 June 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday 01 July 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday 02 July 2 pm to 5 pm
Monday 03 July 10 am to 5 pm
Tuesday 04 July 10 am to 5 pm
Wednesday 05 July 10 am to 5 pm
Thursday 06 July 10 am to 5 pm
Friday 07 July 10 am to 2 pm
The annual CEAD Exhibition showcases the work of our non-credit and accredited evening and part time students, many of whom go on to study Art and Design at degree and masters level at NCAD and beyond.
Work on show ranges from Painting, Drawing, Textile, Jewellery, Photography, Sculpture, Print, Stained Glass, Embroidery, Ceramics, Letterpress, Watercolours...
The work of our Certificate and Diploma graduates is part of the exhibition.
Have a look at the CEAD Gallery to see what CEAD students get up to in the evening!
For CEAD Students exhibiting in the show
Collecting work form the CEAD Exhibition:
If you have work in the CEAD show or if you have bought work, remember that you need to pick it up between 2pm and 4.45 on Friday 7 July. The committee will not be back in the College after Friday and the space is needed for summer courses etc. so the work cannot be stored beyond Friday.
The college campus closes at 5pm sharp.
Thanks to all who participated in and supported the CEAD exhibition 2017.
The CEAD Student Exhibition application form
and conditions of entry available to donwload HERE
The application form is in .pdf format. If you do not have the software to edit .pdf, you can do so for free online, using the search criteria: "edit pdf online".
For the attention of all CEAD students,
please contact NCAD ESU, firstname.lastname@example.org,
for all information on the CEAD Student Exhibition 2017, including:
- submitting work for the exhibition
- setting down / picking up / storing all work
- organising of show
- collection of work, sold & unsold