Applications have opened for the NCAD Scholarships in Ireland 2020. the deadline for the scholarship is 8th August 2020. National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is providing the scholarships for Masters degree in the field of Fine Arts.
- The Fine Art MFA taught program creates a stimulating and challenging environment for practitioners who wish to push the boundaries of their art practice, to situate their practice in the context of contemporary art and to acknowledge the productive interplay between practice and theory.
- Additionally, the potential in this course is ultimately to advance great artwork which matters to you and to others.
The candidates should meet the given criteria for NCAD Scholarships in Ireland 2020
- Applicants of NCAD Masters Scholarships in Fine Arts in Ireland, 2020 should be available to spend time between these locations and NCAD during their practice.
- Additionally, applicants should possess digital skills and other abilities.
- Also, the candidates must have a flexible ‘can do’ attitude while working with specific people and contexts.
- Similarly, they must achieve an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent (with a minimum of 6 in the writing section).
- Furthermore, applicants must submit a letter of 400 words describing their interests and capacities along with the application form.
Value of Scholarship
- The successful recipient of the scholarship will receive partial funding.
About the Program
- The MFA Fine Art program aims at artists and Fine Art graduates who are interested in advancing their art practices, engaging with contemporary art and theory and considering what art might be in relation to today’s social, cultural and political worlds.
- Furthermore, the MFA Fine Art is a practice-based course, structured through key pathways of contemporary art such as media, painting, print, sculpture.
- Also, it supports practices that emerge from transdisciplinary spaces like performance, moving image, archival, text-based and other expanded practices.
About the College
- The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is Ireland’s oldest art institution, offering the largest range of art and design degrees at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the country.
- Moreover, originating as a drawing school in 1746, many of the most important Irish artists, designers, and art educators have studied or taught in the college.
- Also, NCAD was always in central Dublin, and in 1980 it relocated to the historic Liberties area.
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