Sunday, April 19, 2015

Summer School: City Life: Architecture, Art & Design - Dublin

City Life: A Shared Summer School
Celebrated for its rich cultural heritage and history, Dublin is at a crucial point of transition. Currently re-negotiating its approach to urbanity, the city is an exemplar of many of the most critical challenges facing the contemporary global metropolis.
In July 2015 (13th – 31st), UCD and NCAD will join forces to offer a unique summer school programme giving students the opportunity to pursue their disciplinary and scholarly interests through a creative and critical engagement with the ongoing transformation of Dublin today.
Revolving around a shared focus in contemporary critical urbanism, participants choose from one of five specialist programme tracks:
  • Architecture 
  • Culture, Memory & The City
  • Interaction Design
  • Researching Urban History & Material Culture
  • Spatial Arts And Visualization
Programme features: 
  • A base in Dublin’s inner city, which will be both setting for and subject of the School’s programme.
  • Intensive workshops, studio sessions, plenary lectures and seminars.
  • Unique access to leaders in the cultural and creative sectors, including practitioners, artists, museum directors, urban government officials, and critical thinkers.
  • A three-week programme progressing from skills acquisition, studio work, and research to final projects to include exhibition, presentation, and publication.
  • Accommodation in the heart of the city, minutes from the summer school’s headquarters. 
Further details about individual tracks and practical information are available on our website – - or contact with any queries. 


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