Welcome to all new students joining us in 2021 and welcome back to all our continuing students. For information on registration and start dates follow the link.
In Sept. 2021 students can expect regular and timetabled access to the studios and workshops with face-to-face teaching planned to resume for seminars and classroom settings.
Guidelines on how to protect yourself and others from contracting COVID-19.
The priority deadline for receipt of applications for Design, Fine Art and Visual Culture postgraduate courses starting in Jan. ’22 is Monday 13th September.
NCAD is offering a number of scholarships to incoming Visual Culture MA students. These scholarships will recognise excellence, outstanding achievement & potential.
BA Textile Design 2016. 'People are becoming far more aware of supporting small businesses, so it's a great time to get your name out there on social media.'
BA Fine Art (Glass) 2012.'Experimenting with a new technique or following an obscure research path could inspire a whole body of work.'
TIME TRAVEL & RE-IMAGINING THE PAST IN PLACE. A series of talks, convened by NCAD and IMMA, Participating speakers include Emily Jacir and Bik Van der Pol.
Download your Portfolio Guide to find out all you need to know about submitting your digital portfolio to NCAD in 2022.
Digital platform showcasing the extraordinary work of our 2021 graduates. Fine Art, Design, Education, Visual Culture.
Silvia Loeffler's new exhibition - which offers a Deep Mapping of Dublin’s Central Library - opens on 1st October 2021
NCAD, IADT and UCD consortium successful in securing majority funding award for innovative Creative Futures Academy.
The latest Art in the Contemporary World show on @dublindigitalradio is now available.
NCAD Vision, Values and Strategic Focus 2019-2024.
The National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL) is a public research resource dedicated to the documentation of 20th century and contemporary Irish visual art and design.