ARC: Art & Research Collaboration

  • Audience members at You Can't Un-See Something, choreographed sculpture by artist and ARC researcher Christopher Mahon. Lambert Puppet Theatre, Monkstown, Dublin, 20 April 2016.
  • Archive research, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2016
  • ARC year one critique at IMMA studios, 2016
  • 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
  • Joanne Reid, Two Bags (ends up), 2016. Found paper bags, white glazed ceramic tiles, MDF. Dimensions variable on installation; Dead End, 2016. Neon, cables, transformer approx. 17 x 30 x 1cm. Photo: Jamin Keogh
  • Angela Anderson, Something Dear at IKEA, 2016. Video of interviews with co-workers from IKEA, Ballymun, Dublin. (13.04 mins) Recorded by Jamin Keogh and Edited by Fiona Gannon. Photo: Jamin Keogh


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).