Students graduating from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) this year will be exhibiting their work at the NCAD Graduate Exhibition 2018, which will run from Saturday, 9th June to Sunday, 17th June 2018 at the Thomas Street campus and James Street Postgrad Annexe.
The annual exhibition will feature the work of graduates from 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 by postgraduates in Design will be on display.
Grad Week will see a packed programme of talks, events and workshops, culminating in a family-friendly Welcome Day on Saturday, 16th June, which will feature a range of drop-in art, design and craft workshops for children from different age groups.
The exhibition and all events are free to attend and open to the public.
Opening Times and Dates: Saturday, 9th June – Sunday, 17th June; Weekdays: 10am – 8pm; Weekends: 10am – 5pm
Venues: NCAD, Thomas Street Campus, 100 Thomas Street, Dublin 8; and The Annex, 101-103 James’ Street.
Admission: Free admission.
For more information, visit ncad.ie/news/view/ncad-graduate-exhibition-2018
Image courtesy of NCAD – Through her painting series, Invisibility Cloaks, Fine Art student Michelene Huggard highlights the dual reality experienced by many Syrian refugees: they arrive, wrapped in silver foil, on the shore of their new country, and are yet hidden in plain sight.