[Tuesday: 3 September 2013 ]
Current Events

Below is a short list of events that may be of interest to researchers and practitioners in CCAD. If you wish to have an event listed that is relevant to research practice please email details to [email protected]

Call for Papers

  • IAAH Call for Papers
    24th Feb 2012
    The Irish Association of Art Historians sponsors an annual study day which highlights new and in-progress research currently being undertaken throughout the country in art & architectural history, design history, material and visual culture studies.
    The 2012 IAAH/Artefact Study Day will take place on Saturday, 14 April.

Call for Artists

  • The IRON-Research Project
    20th Feb 2012
    This IRON-R project presents a rare opportunity for visual artists in Ireland to make new artworks through a unique, if nearly obsolete, cast-iron process over a 5-day period.

Conferences/Symposia

  • MA:Art + Process Day Symposium: Exploring Research Processes and/as Fine Art
    Monday March 5th 2012
    10.00 am 4.00 pm
    River Room, Glucksman Gallery, University College, Cork
    The new MA: Art and Process which began in February 2012 at CCAD is hosting this day symposium as part of an on-going series of research seminars and events titled Art+Process:Research; which focus on different aspects of art processes practiced by artists, curators, writers, audiences; all of whom collectively comprise the field of fine art production and reception today. Artists Stephen Brandes, Thomas McGraw, and Mark Garry have been invited by the college to present their research practices individually and on a concluding panel hosted by critic and curator, Gemma Tipton, who will also be a contributor....
  • Journeys Across Media
    19th April 2012
    Journeys Across Media (or JAM) is an annual interdisciplinary conference, run for and by postgraduates working in the Department of Film, Theatre & Television, University of Reading.
  • CERC2012
    26th-27th of April 2012
    The Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC) is the result of a long standing research cooperation between the Institute of Technology Cork, Ireland and the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Germany.
  • DIS 2012
    June 11-15, 2012
    Designing Interactive Systems is the premier, international arena where designers, artists, psychologists, user experience researchers, systems engineers and many more come together to debate and shape the future of interactive systems design and practice.
  • EVA London 2012
    10th 12th July 2012
    The EVA London annual conference promotes and presents the development and application of electronic visualisation technologies, in art, music, dance, theatre, the sciences and other fields.
  • ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness
    September 19 - 24, 2012
    The Eighteenth International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness is a symposium and series of events exploring the discourse of global proportions on the subject of art, technology and nature.

Exhibitions/Festivals

  • Ars Electronica, Linz
  • EV+A 2012
  • Rencontres d'Arles 2012

Galleries/Creative Art Centres

News & Activities
Conferences/Symposia

The Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC) - 26th-27th of April 2012 Darmstadt Germany.
CERC is the result of a long standing research cooperation between the Institute of Technology Cork, Ireland and the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Germany. CERC is supporting actively the activities of the EuTec consortium ....
See cerc-conf.eu for further details.


Exhibitions

The Wandesford Quay Gallery operates as a showcase and publication space for art and design research activities. The full list of activities at the gallery can be found here.


Research Active Staff

If you are looking to identify a supervisor for your research project get a list of staff actively researching as part of formal research programmes and as part of their professional practice here.


The Crawford College of Art (CCAD) is a constituent school of the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and creative arts research is supported by CIT through the CCAD.