NCAD showcases work of graduating students through online catalogue and open studios September 22, 2020 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) published its digital catalogue documenting the work of its graduating students across all of its departments, including fine art and design. The catalogue was officially launched – via an online call with …
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young people speak out
Young Social Innovators calls on young people to be a force for good March 2, 2020 Building a nationwide movement of creative, caring and engaged citizens among Ireland’s young people will be to the fore of the Young Social Innovators Speak Out Tour 2020, which launches today (02.03.20) in the Mansion House, Dublin. The event will …
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NCAD NMI
NCAD and National Museum of Ireland announce partnership February 18, 2020 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) and the National Museum of Ireland (NMI) have announced details of a new partnership, which will see the two institutions collaborate on a series of projects over the next three years. Under …
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The Story of Your Stuff 2020
Hey, what’s the Story of Your Stuff? EPA invites second-level students to consider the environmental impact of everyday items January 16, 2020 The young people who influence the trends of today will be the decision-makers of tomorrow and are encouraged to consider how their everyday decisions can have a positive impact on the environment – and the world. That’s according to Dr …
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Science Gallery International
Emory University, Atlanta joins Science Gallery Network January 16, 2020 Science Gallery International announced that Atlanta-based Emory University, one of the world’s leading research universities, will become the latest member of its global network of Science Gallery locations. The announcement was made at a signing ceremony held in Trinity College …
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Dark days of War of Independence
Dark days of War of Independence the subject of new National Library photographic exhibition November 20, 2019 Dublin’s Custom House engulfed in flames, Cork’s Patrick Street reduced to rubble, families ejected from their homes by British forces, and the immediate aftermath of outbreaks of violence and bloodshed are among the scenes displayed in the National Library of …
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Gen Z
New research shows over half of Gen Z show strong interest in working in the public sector or for themselves November 12, 2019 Young people in Ireland would like to work in the public sector, or to run their own business. That’s according to new research published by Young Social Innovators (YSI), which was carried out as part of the Young Social Innovators …
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NCAD Strategy
New NCAD strategy to challenge traditional approaches June 18, 2019 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) has published its new strategy, Futures, Bold & Curious (2019 – 2024). Director of NCAD, Professor Sarah Glennie, said: “It is our ambition that, as we embed our new strategy, every student …
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NCAD Show 2019
NCAD Show 2019 showcases students’ strong ‘social imagination’ and a diversity of ‘making practices’ June 7, 2019 Work produced by graduates from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is striking evidence of the students’ keen social awareness and their ability to critically reflect on challenging questions. Through a diversity of making practices, it displays many …
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NCAD Fashion Showcase 2019
NCAD fashion showcase brings striking cultures together May 27, 2019 Diverse cultural and familial backgrounds, articulated through both traditional craft techniques and new design processes, are to the fore of this year’s fashion collections presented by graduates of the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) Fashion Design degree at …
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