Graduates 2023

  • Mary Blake
  • Terence Mc Eneaney
  • Rebecca Mills
  • Eoin Leydon O’Connor
  • Gabrielle Flynn

Our vision is to provide learners the opportunity to immerse themselves in shared creative, critical and practical worlds, producing artists who are fully competent in their craft, who value collaboration, and who are industry-ready to work in the creative arts sector.

Throughout the MA, learners specialise in their chosen area but valuable cross-fertilisation takes place between the disciplines, so they’ll be challenged to engage in other practices. Maybe they think they’re a fine artist, interior architect, theatre designer, novelist or sculptor but deep down inside there’s a short story writer, poet, dramatist or product designer fighting to get out! Maybe it’s the other way around. Whatever the case they’ll learn a lot, and will have fun finding out.

Once learners get onto the programme, they will be part of a small unique group who will be taught by a range of tutors from different specialisms, as well as by regular guest artists in relevant cognate areas. We aim to develop voice, craft, technique, critical thinking and imagination, in a space which allows learners to engage in their own practice.

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Course nameNFQ LevelGraduate LevelFavourite
Master of Arts in Creative PracticeLevel 9Postgraduate

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