For Culture Night 2022, NCAD will open its campus to the public to invite participation with sound works by MFA Yr 1 students called KUH-KOF-UH-NEE.
This PUBLIC ART project is in association with PARTGO – Digital and Critical Views of Public Art Pedagogy, an international programme that aims at increasing knowledge and skills of public art and developing new study modules and integrating public art into the curricula of the participating art colleges. Funding for the project comes from Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership in 2019-2022. The artist Richard Carr has worked with the MFA students to develop this unique event.
After a break due to COVID, NCAD is delighted to be hosting a Culture Night event to encourage audiences to visit the campus and engage with student works.