NCAD Design Grad Wins Judges Vote at the ARTSTHREAD i-D Global Graduate Awards 2020
BA Interaction Design graduate Linas Staniukynas is the winner of the Interaction Design / Game Design Judges Vote.
Posted: Wednesday, 14th October 2020
30+ NCAD staff and alumni nominated in the IDI 2020 Design Awards
We are delighted to announce that NCAD staff have picked up an unprecedented 14 nominations - as well as 16 nominations for NCAD alumni - in the IDI 2020 design awards.
Posted: Wednesday, 7th October 2020
Creative Futures Academy
NCAD, IADT and UCD consortium successful in securing majority funding award for innovative Creative Futures Academy
Posted: Tuesday, 6th October 2020
NCAD Design grads double win at the ARTSTHREAD i-D Global Graduate Awards 2020
BA Product Design (2020) graduate Sabhín O'Sullivan and BA Interaction Design (2020) graduate Diarmuid Farrell scoop top prizes in the ARTSTHREAD i-D Global Graduate Awards 2020
Posted: Friday, 2nd October 2020
Lee Welch announced as the Studio Artist for 2020-21
The School of Fine Art is delighted to announce Lee Welch 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.
Posted: Wednesday, 30th September 2020
NCAD Graduates’ ‘Open Studios’
View the work of NCAD’s 2020 Graduates via virtual ‘open studios’
Posted: Monday, 28th September 2020
Winner of the Brown Thomas ‘Designer to Watch’ announced
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’.
Posted: Wednesday, 23rd September 2020
Kitchen Power: National Parallels
An international online symposium 16 and 17 September 2020
Posted: Friday, 4th September 2020
Artsthread Global Design Graduate Awards 2020
Congratulations to the eight NCAD students who have been shortlisted for the Artsthread Global Design Graduate Awards
Posted: Thursday, 27th August 2020
NCAD statement on the passing of former director Colm Ó Briain
The National College of Art and Design has said that the passing of Colm Ó Briain was a loss to the arts and culture infrastructure in Ireland.
Posted: Friday, 31st July 2020