Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca. Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, National College of Art and Design, Monday 9th December 4:30pm.
Apply for a postgraduate programme at NCAD. Design, Fine Art, Visual Culture, Education. Priority deadline: 28th Feb. 2020.
Want to study at NCAD? The NCAD Prospectus is now online. Find out about your course choices for 2020-21. Your place is here!
NCAD conference on Politics and Spaces of Performance since the 1990s - 2nd - 4th April 2020
Information on the NCAD Conferring Ceremony, Monday 18th November 2019
An agreement between NCAD and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) to collaborate on healthcare innovations was signed on 31 October.
NCAD Student Jess Majekodunmi Wins International Essay Prize 2019, awarded by the Design History Society.
NCAD School of Fine Art announces Alan Phelan as Artist in Residence for 2019-20.
NCAD Vision, Values and Strategic Focus 2019-2024.
NCAD graduating students will exhibit their work from Sat 8th June until Sun 16th June. All Welcome! View website here.
Curious about studying art and design? Open Learning has no entry requirements, all are welcome to apply for a Scholarship.
This short film captures the student teacher's experience of working on the change lab project.
See the NCAD Fashion 2019 Graduate Collections film.
Congratulations to NCAD student Kate Dennehy (Dept. Communication Design), who has been shortlisted for the Royal Society of Art Student Design Awards.
Wondering how to leverage your Art / Design qualification? See how NCAD graduate and director of design Brenda Delaney did it!
Art in the Contemporary World is a podcast about art, ideas and some other stuff too. The first episode is a conversation about and with artist Liam Gillick.
With a Louise Bourgeois show running at Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz, NCAD graduate Simone Rocha reflects on the artist.
Congratulations to our award winning design staff Emma Creighton, Jamie Murphy, JP Dowling, and Natalie Coleman. Well done all!
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.
Welcome to the Alumni section of the website. Here you will find details of opportunities for graduates and how to keep in touch with NCAD.