A five-week online events programme on the politics and spaces of performance since the 1990s -15/4/21 to 15/5/21.
ACW exhibition 'in three courses' at Goethe-Institut Irland, April 2021. Curated by Art in the Contemporary World (ACW).
Online information sessions for applicants interested in postgraduate study at NCAD in 2021-22. From 20 to 28 April. Design, Fine Art, Visual Culture, Education.
Applications NOW OPEN for postgraduate programmes starting in Sept. 2021 and Jan. 2022 at NCAD.
Selected final year and postgraduate students have returned to campus for periods of time-critical work in advance of their final assessment.
Open webinar on new approaches to teaching art and design developed over the last year. April 15, 2021. 12:00 noon to 1:30pm.
MA Service Design graduate Marie Salova has been shortlisted for a prestigious Service Design Award 2020.
This short film captures the student teacher's experience of working on the change lab project.
Join us for the BA Visual Culture Taster Event 2021. Wednesday 24 Feb. 4.30pm. All welcome!
The Virtual Creative Arts Spring School will take place from Sat. 27th February - Sat. 27th March 2021.
'Memory and Intermediality in Artists’ Moving Image' by Sarah Durcan will be launched at the Douglas Hyde Gallery on Wednesday 10 February 2021, 6pm
Join us on Sat. 27th March, 11 to 1, for this virtual event. Find out about part-time study options at NCAD. Certificate and Higher Diploma levels.
Watch NCAD's virtual Conferring Celebration, Monday 25th January 2021.
NCAD Open 2020-21. Find out all you need to know about preparing your portfolio and applying for an undergraduate place at NCAD in 2021.
Information on all programmes, entry requirements and admissions procedures for applicants to NCAD in 2021.
Visit our Portfolio Site for the Portfolio Guide, as well as information, events, portfolio courses - and more - to help you prepare your portfolio for NCAD.
Monday 22nd to Wednesday 24th March 2021. Learning for Work. Learning for Life. Learning for Fun.
Radio Joinery Panel talk Monday 18th January 2021 – 1pm, via Zoom
School of Design students and grad's see their work acknowledged at 3 recent prestigious design awards: ICAD Awards, DCCI Future Makers Awards, IDI Graduate Design Awards.
NCAD graduates have yet again swept the board at the Design and Craft Council of Ireland Future Makers awards.
...at the ARTSTHREAD i-D Global Graduate Awards. BA Interaction Design grad Linas Staniukynas is the winner of the Interaction Design / Game Design Judges Vote.
NCAD staff have swept the boards at the IDI 2020 design awards, with 6 winners in their categories.
...in the ARTSTHREAD i-D Global Graduate Awards 2020. BA Product Design (2020) Sabhín O'Sullivan and BA Interaction Design (2020) Diarmuid Farrell awarded top prizes.
Lee Welch announced as the Studio Artist for 2020-21. Lee will be based in the Annex studios, James St, and will be contributing to the MFA Fine Art programme.
Our digital catalogue of the work of our 2020 Graduating Students; an extraordinary group of students who have completed their journey at NCAD during extraordinary times.
NCAD, IADT and UCD consortium successful in securing majority funding award for innovative Creative Futures Academy.
This year’s winner of the Brown Thomas ‘Designer to Watch’ bursary is NCAD's Una Curran, who was chosen for her collection, ‘Entangled Traces’.
Congratulations to the eight NCAD students who have been shortlisted for the Artsthread Global Design Graduate Awards 2020
A showcase and celebration of the studio work of NCAD Year 1 students across Fine Art, Design and Education.
#TogetherForDesign is an EGFSN report which forecasts the demand for design skills to 2025 and outlines the steps for Ireland to meet this need.
The latest Art in the Contemporary World show on @dublindigitalradio is now available.
New Art in the Contemporary World radio show episode on Dublin Digital Radio. ...the end of art, the end of nature, the end of money, the end of the world & more...
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.