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MA in Social Practice & the Creative Environment (Level 9)

Off Campus

Next off campus visits and events;

PUBLIC Seminar Series - Thinking Allowed

All welcome. Ongoing Weds 12.45 - 1.15pm
A weekly Wednesday lunch-time seminar, open to the general public and exploring the work in progress of graduate students on the MA in Social Practice and the Creative Environment. Using multi-disciplinary approaches, students discuss the possibilities in Art and Design of social intervention, participation, and community through their own practice-based research. Thinking Allowed in the Hunt Museum brings together for just half an hour, town and gown, faculty, students and other citizens, to engage in conversation.
Hunt Museum Limerick

The ethics of collaboration within socially engaged arts practice'
Presented by Fire Station Artists’ Studios in association with the National College of Art and Design (NCAD)
Dave Beech, (UK writer/ artist), Jesse Jones (artist) and Dr Aine O Brien (Director of the Forum on Migration and Communications FOMACS)
Chaired by Liz Burns (Fire Station Artists’ Studios)
Friday 11th March: 2-4pm
Venue: New Lecture Theatre
NCAD, 100 Thomas St, Dublin 8.

Terminal Convention will be an internationally significant art, film, music and discursive event featuring some of the worlds leading and emerging international artists, musicians and academics. The project takes place 17-27 March 2011, and is set in the former Cork International Airport, Ireland and Cork city centre music venues.
Seminar Series - Art in the Making
Clare Street Campus, LSAD
Art in the Making - Facebook

Past Off Campus Events

25:25 – Conference on Irish Local Arts Development
University of Limerick is playing host to a conference marking the first appointment of a local authority arts officer in Ireland, focused on the subject of local arts provision and development
Conference website

The Big Cheese Poverty Party, Limerick City
Leading off from a group psychogeographic investigation of Limerick city the SPACE students created a visual presentation in conjunction with prominent blogger Bock The Robber’s performance ‘The Big Cheese Poverty Party’. The visuals were designed as a projected backdrop for a 15 min polemical piece that referenced the traditional stump political rally. This was performed in a negotiated space in the City Centre.

Gideon Koppel - Sleep Furiously
Screened at the Storm cinema, Limerick on 19th Jan. Gideon was invited by MA SPACE and LSAD. 'Critics and film-makers adore it, while artists and creatives grasp for superlatives, dubbing it “the Welsh Être et avoir”, referring to the French documentary charting a year in the life of a rural school' The Sunday Times


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