Tuesday, September 4, 2012

NCAD Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programme 2012-13 (Part 1) for second level Art Teachers.


We have organized six workshops to take place in Part 1 of the NCAD CPD Programme between October and December 2012. All workshops and facilitators are back by popular demand. Descriptions for each of the individual workshops and details of facilitators, dates and venues can be accessed HERE shortly.

CPD 01: Batik Facilitator: Maureen Roche

CPD 02: Graphic Design Facilitator: Mary Fannon

CPD 03: Portfolio Preparation Facilitator: Fiona King

CPD 04: Textile Jewellery Facilitator: Angela O’Kelly

CPD 05: Animation Facilitator: Aoife Gilligan

CPD 06: Screen Printing Facilitator: Andrew Kenny

Part 2 of the NCAD CPD Programme will include six more practical workshops, Study Tours and Art History and Appreciation lectures. Details will be published in November.

As these workshops prove to be very popular we would advise you to fill out the online booking form HERE and return the CPD Payment Form as soon as possible. Confirmation of a place on a workshop will be sent by email once the booking fee has been received. Booking fees will be returned if the course is over or under subscribed only. The booking fee per workshop is €25. Cheques or Postal Orders only should be made out to Faculty of Education CPD.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Blackrock, Drumcondra and Dublin West Education Centres who work very closely with us in the organization and funding of the NCAD CPD Programme.  Many thanks also, to our extremely talented and hard working facilitators without whom this CPD programme would not as successful as it is.

We look forward to meeting you at an NCAD CPD event in the near future,

Patsey Bodkin CPD Coordinator

Nuala Mc Carthy CPD Administrator (cpd@ncad.ie)

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

CPD Up-Date 2012 - Primary and Post-Primary PART 2.

Details of NCAD's CPD Programme for Primary and Post-Primary teachers are currently available on the CPD pages. Follow the links below.

CPD Post-Primary 2011 - 2012 Part 2.
CPD Primary 2011 - 2012 Part 2.

Monday, October 3, 2011

CPD Post-Primary 2011

Applications are currently being accepted for CPD courses for Post-Primary teachers of Art & Design. Part 1. of this year's CPD Programme, together with application details, can be viewed HERE.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Access Day - March 2011

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NCAD Access were delighted to welcome 110 pupils from 12 secondary schools that are linked to the College Access Programme for our annual Access Day that took place on Friday 4th March 2011.

Working closely with the art teachers in our linked secondary schools, NCAD Access aims to provide a practical opportunity of engagement to pupils with staff and students from Faculties throughout the NCAD. Access Day allows pupils to make informed choices when it comes to making decisions about whether or not they wish to apply to art college and in particular to the NCAD.

Pupils that attend Access Day are nominated to do so by their art teachers and it is hoped that this opportunity will inspire and motivate pupils to pursue their interest in art and design.

NCAD Access would like to thank staff and students from the College for their ongoing support and engagement with the Access Programme.

This year our art and design workshops included Printmaking, Photoshop in Media, CD Collage in Visual Communication, Cuttlefish Casting in Metals, Drape Draw Design in Fashion, Paper Ball in Textiles, Hot Glass Cast in Glass, Digital Photography and Drawing through Printmaking in Education, Sculpture, Chairs: The Sketch and the Chair and Designer for the Day in Industrial Design.

NCAD Access would also like to thank teachers and pupils from the participating schools:

• Hartstown Community School
• CBS Synge Street
• Loreto College, Crumlin
• St Marks Community School, Tallaght
• Mercy College, Coolock
• Presentation Secondary School, Warrenmount
• Collinstown Park College, Clondalkin
• CBS James Street
• Trinity Comprehensive School, Ballymun
• Firhouse Community College, Tallaght
• Killinarden Community School, Tallaght
• Mercy Secondary School, Goldenbridge

Photos from ACCESS DAY 2011 Workshops HERE.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

3Yr Education - Stewart's Hospital Project 2010

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Stewart's Hospital is a charitable foundation, with more than 140 years tradition in the provision of care for people with intellectual disability. The institution was the first in Ireland to offer such support for people with severe disabilities. Services are provided regardless of age, religion, socio-economic background and encompassing every degree of intellectual disability.

3rd Yr Education students undertook a two week placement in Stewart’s Hospital in September working with the clients. In Rosscourt, NCAD students, trainees and clients worked on the theme of the ‘Salmon of Knowledge’ celebrating the multiple intelligences of the group through making fish using various media. The group in the Coach house explored the work of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) and developed individual boxes around the theme of the clients personal dreams.
The work is currently exhibited on Floor 2 of the Design building.

View a sample of the work HERE.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

PGD Ubuntu Project Presentations 2010

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Fiona King, PGD Ubuntu Project Coordinator with Deirdre Hogan and Tamzin Batteson from The UBUNTU NETWORK.

PGDiploma students in the Faculty of Education engaged in a four day workshop which facilitated them to identify, assess and evaluate how best to embed Development Education (DE) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) issues and concepts into the Art, Craft and Design syllabus. The student teachers worked collaboratively to create a body of work that demonstrated an informed and creative visual exploration of various issues relating to the umbrella theme of Changing landscapes. The student teachers examined a broad range of human development issues and environmental concerns through a variety of art practices. Issues focused on themes of Human Dignity, Gender Equality, Intergenerational Justice, Stewardship and Globalisation.

A selection of images from the workshop can be viewed HERE shortly.

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PGD Class of 2010-2011