ARC: Art & Research Collaboration

  • ARC lecturers and MAVIS alumni contribute to new book on curatorial education, published by Koenig Books, California College of the Arts and The Banff Centre, 2016
  • Aaron Healy introducing the IFI Player to ARC students in IFI Cinema 3, January 2017
  • IADT lecturer Dr. Linda King presenting her research on the history of design to ARC students at the LAB, February 2017
  • Visiting lecturer Matt Parker presenting his research on media infrastructures to ARC at the LAB, January 2017
  • ARC researchers visiting Dennis McNulty's exhibition at Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin, December 2016
  • Work Christopher Mahon in an exhibition at Kevin Kavinagh Gallery, curated by ARC researcher Benjamin Stafford, January 2017
  • Visiting curator Kate Strain with ARC researchers and Maeve Connolly at the LAB, November 2016
  • Curator Johanne Mullan unwapping Aspen 5 and 6 for ARC students at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, January 2017

 

The Art and Research Collaboration (ARC) programme is a practice-based and research-focused taught Masters delivered over two years, from September to May, in Dublin city centre. The ARC programme is offered by the Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) and it incorporates project partnerships with Dublin City Council Arts Office, led by the LAB, the Irish Film Institute (IFI) and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA).