Postgraduate programmes in Design, Fine Art, Education and Visual Culture.
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Taught Masters in Design
Taught Masters in Education
Taught Masters in Fine Art
Taught Masters in Visual Culture
Doctoral Programmes - AD567
|PhD Fine Art|
|PhD Visual Culture|
All students follow a Structured Programme which supports their study and research in one of the pathways listed above.
NCAD MFA Fine Art Studio Award 2018
NCAD's School of Fine Art is delighted to announce for the third consecutive year a nine-month Studio Award to an experienced contemporary artist. The successful recipient will be based at NCAD's postgraduate facility, the Annex on James Street, Dublin 8 from September 2018-May 2019. Applications are welcome from artists across a range of contemporary art practice including painting, moving image, print, media, digital art, sculpture and expanded practices. The award consists primarily of the use of a studio and facilities at NCAD with some opportunities to contribute to the MFA Fine Art programme and the postgraduate community at NCAD.
For further information contact Sarah Durcan, MFA Fine Art programme leader: email@example.com
Application deadline: 5pm Friday 20 April 2018
E-mail the following items to: Hazel Crowley, MFA administrator firstname.lastname@example.org titling your e-mail as Studio Award 2018.
Application material should be sent as attachments not in the body of an email.
1. Your CV
2. Up to ten images of recent work with an accompanying list indicating title, date and media. Video clips up to 10 minutes duration can also be submitted links to video clips should be sent as separate attachments not inside email.
3. A one page artist’s statement
4. A one page expression of interest indicating why your practice in particular is relevant to the Studio Award context of the postgraduate MFA Fine Art programme and studios
This award is aimed at experienced contemporary artists with a track record of exhibiting both in Ireland and abroad. A postgraduate qualification in Fine Art is desirable. As the award is for a studio only, applicants will need to have their own accommodation.
MA Art in the Contemporary World & MA Design History & Material Culture
Following the success of the two Master’s programmes offered by the School of Visual Culture at the National College of Art and Design a scholarship worth full tuition fees will be awarded to a student on the MA Art in the Contemporary World and the MA Design History and Material Culture. The scholarships will be awarded on academic merit and all applicants are eligible, including EU and non-EU students.
For more information (including application procedures) on these opportunities and the research environment in the School of Visual Culture at NCAD, click here.
Deadline for scholarship applications: 30th April, 2018
You may also contact the programme directors:
Lisa Godson, email@example.com (MA Design History & Material Culture)
Other enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org