Press Notice - NCAD Annual CEAD Art Exhibition 2016

NCAD Annual CEAD (Continuing Education in Art and Design) Art Exhibition 2016


Monday, 4th July 2016


The National College of Art & Design (NCAD)’s Centre for Continuing Education in Art & Design (CEAD) will hold its annual art exhibition showcasing a diverse range of contemporary art and design by NCAD part-time students.

The exhibition presents an opportunity to see and buy original work at affordable prices. It is also a way to discover the wide variety of part-time and evening classes that the College offers, which are open to anyone to apply for and attend.

The work featured in the exhibition includes painting, sculpture, jewellery, fine prints, photography, ceramics, textiles, stained glass, multimedia and much more, by amateur, professional and award winning artists.

Displayed in the Design for Industry Building and NCAD Gallery on the Thomas Street campus, the exhibition opens to the public from Friday, 8th July and runs until 2.00pm, Thursday 14th July and admission is free.

NCAD is located a short walk from Christ Church Cathedral and is serviced by Dublin Bus on Thomas Street via routes 13, 40 and 123. There are also Dublin bike stations located close by on John Street West and High Street.

For further information on this year’s CEAD exhibition visit and the NCAD Student Union Facebook page:


Contact: David O’Donnell, DHR Communications, Tel: 01-4200580 / 086-1081139

Note for Editors:
• Interviews available on request.

About NCAD
The National College of Art and Design occupies a unique position in art and design education in Ireland.  It offers the largest range of Art and Design degrees in the State at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and is the only Irish university institution specialising in Art and Design.  NCAD has over 1,100 full-time students and a further 450 students who take award and non-award bearing part-time classes.  Further information is available at:

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