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Immersion in Irish Material Culture: Creation & Curation

Campus Full time 5 days July 2017 Ireland Dublin

The programme enables participants to explore and experience Ireland’s rich material culture heritage. [+]

Best Course Studies in Craft 2017. Immersion in Irish Material Culture: Creation & Curation About this programme The programme enables participants to explore and experience Ireland’s rich material culture heritage. Participants will explore the field of material culture curation and gain an understanding of how leading designers conceive, research, develop, execute, communicate and reflect on their ideas. Based in Dublin and Kilkenny, the programme includes talks, field trips and studio visits to museums, galleries and leading craft, design and applied art studios. Through informed discussions, expert presentations and demonstration workshops, participants will examine the current theory and practices of Irish material culture and come to understand its development, rich legacy, context and curation. The programme will be led by Alex Milton, Programme Director of Irish Design 2015, in partnership with Design and Craft Council of Ireland and leading design academics, Angela O’Kelly, Head of Design for Body and Environment at the National College of Art & Design and Mary Ann Bolger, lecturer in design history and theory at Dublin Institute of Technology. The programme will include: Presentations by leading academics and experts in Irish material culture. Field trips to the National Craft Gallery, the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland, and studios of leading designers and craft makers. Guest talks by leading design commissioners and retailers Curatorial critique of students creative proposals with course tutors and external industry experts Demonstration workshops How much will it cost? The programme will cost €1,000 to include information sessions, workshops, materials, lunch and refreshments. Excludes accommodation and other meals. Uversity can certify your attendance at this short programme. Should you require official documentation to be produced, please contact Uversity. When will it take place? This programme will take place in Dublin and Kilkenny and will run twice in 2017. 17th – 21st July 21st – 25th August Both programme offerings are subject to a minimum enrolment of 10. How to apply We welcome participants of all ages and backgrounds. All applicants will be asked to submit a maximum of 300 words critique of a piece of craft, applied art or material culture. [-]