NCAD 2017 Show

WATCH: Check out our video from the NCAD 2017 Show where we chat to some of the exhibiting students. The show runs until Sunday, 18th June and full details on opening times and exhibition tours are available here: http://www.ncad.ie/about/ncad-2017-show/ #NCAD2017Show

Posted by National College of Art & Design, Dublin on Thursday, June 15, 2017

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NCAD Graduate Exhibition

NCAD, Thomas St / The Annex, James' St , Saturday 9th June - Sunday 17th June 2018

Students graduating from the National College of Art & Design this year will exhibit their work at the College's annual Graduate Exhibition.

The NCAD Graduate Exhibition 2018 features the work of graduates from across NCAD's four Schools of Fine Art, Design, Education and Visual Culture, together with postgraduates from the MFA in Fine Art, MFA in Digital Art and MFA Design programmes. In addition, a selection of work in progress is on display by postgraduates in the MA Interaction Design and MSc Medical Device Design.

The exhibition presents an opportunity for the leading artists, designers and educators of the future to showcase their creative abilities as they launch their professional careers. It's also an opportunity for potential collectors, employers and innovators to spot the latest talent, and for curious members of the public to see the newest trends in design and art.

As part of this year's Graduate Exhibition, NCAD is presenting a series of free events that will give an opportunity for visitors of all ages to find out more about the wide range of work that goes on in NCAD during the year. The programme include talks, events and workshops, all led by NCAD staff and students, culminating in the Welcome Day on Sat 16th June. Events listed below are free and open to the public.

Guided Tours:

Study at NCAD: Focus on Joint Education and Fine Art & Design
Sun 10 June, 2.00pm – 3.00pm
Graduates in Fine Art or Design & Education will share their experiences of studying to be art and design teachers and practitioners, while bringing visitors on a tour of highlights from the undergraduate exhibitions in art and design.
Meet in Grey Square, to the left of the entrance to the Thomas St Campus

Study at NCAD: Focus on Fine Art (Undergraduate)
Mon 11 June, 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Fine Art graduates will share their experiences of studying at NCAD, while bringing visitors on a tour of highlights from the Fine Art exhibitions.
Meet in Grey Square, to the left of the entrance to the Thomas St Campus

Study at NCAD: Focus on Design (Undergraduate)
Tue 12 June, 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Design graduates will share their experiences of studying at NCAD, while bringing visitors on a tour of highlights from the Design exhibitions.
Meet in Foyer, Design for Industry Building, Thomas St Campus

Study at NCAD: Focus on Fine Art (Postgraduate)
Thur 14 June, 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Postgraduates in Fine Art will share their experiences of studying at NCAD, while bringing visitors on a tour of highlights from the MFA in Digital Art and MFA in Fine Art exhibitions.
Meet in Foyer, Annex Building, 101-103 James’ St.

Study at NCAD: Focus on Design (Postgraduate)
Fri 15 June, 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Postgraduates in Design will share their experiences of studying at NCAD, while bringing visitors on a tour of highlights from the MA in Interaction Design, MSc in Medical Device Design and MFA Design exhibitions.
Meet in Foyer, Design for Industry Building

Welcome Day:
Sat 16 June, 12.00pm – 5.00pm
A range of free drop-in art, design and craft workshops for children will be on offer across the campus. The workshops will cater for different age groups and parents can join in too.

For those wanting to find out more about the latest developments in the fields of Fine Art and Design, our Heads of School will lead informal and informative tours through the exhibitions.

Fine Art Now
Sat 16 June, 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Led by the Head of the School of Fine Art, Prof. Philip Napier.
Meet in Grey Square, to the left of the entrance to the Thomas St Campus

Design Now
Sat 16 June, 2.00pm – 3.00pm
Led by the Head of the School of Design, Prof. Alex Milton.
Meet in Foyer, Design for Industry Building


Date:
Saturday 9th June - Sunday 17th June 2018
Time:
Mon-Fri 10.00am - 08.00pm | Sat-Sun 12.00pm - 5.00pm
Price:
Free
Address:
National College of Art & Design, Thomas Street, Merchants Quay, Dublin, Ireland

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