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  • 1746 - 2008 National College of Art and Design Faculty of Design
  • NCAD- Campus in the heart of Dublin city centre Faculty of Design
  • Course Options
    • - Bdes (Hons) = 4 year degree
    • MA = 2 year degree
    • PhD = up to7 years
    Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
  • Ceramics, Glass and Metals Department Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
  • What type of things do people make in the CGM department? Art and Design jewellery product design home ware installation sculpture silverware Furniture & lighting Architectural features Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
  • Ceramics Area:
    • all students get their own workspace
    • techniques include:
      • hand-building
      • mould making
      • Slip casting
      • glaze technology
      • sawdust, raku, high temperature firings
    Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
    • Glass Area:
      • only one glass course in Ireland
      • techniques include:
          • blowing
          • slumping
          • mould making
          • cutting
          • grinding
          • polishing
          • pate-de-vere
          • stained glass
    Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
    • Metals Area:
      • only course of its kind in Ireland
      • techniques include:
        • basic and advanced construction
        • casting
        • forging
        • hollowware
        • machining
        • electro-conductive colouring
        • computer aided design
        • industrial work placement
    Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
    • Computer Facility:
      • the CGM department has a dedicated room
        • internet/intranet
        • desktop publishing
          • adobe photoshop
          • adobe illustrator
          • digital presentation
      • the Metals Area have a dedicated CAD/DTP facility
        • rhinoceros/flamingo/penguin/bongo
        • digital photography and presentation equipment
    Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
    • Visiting lecturers:
      • Ceramics:
        • Dorothy Fieblemann,UK
        • Alison Britton, UK
        • Takeshi Yasuda, UK
        • Marek Cecula, USA
        • Edmond De Waal, UK
      • Metals:
        • Arline Fisch,USA
        • Wendy Ramshaw, UK
        • Otto Kunsli, D
        • Paul Derrez, NL
        • Elizabeth Callinicos, UK
    • Glass:
      • David Reekie, UK
      • Steven Dee Edwards, USA
      • Mieke groot, NL
      • Diana Hobson, UK
      • Dale Chihuly, USA
    Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
    • Your future in Ceramics, Glass, and Metals?
      • business set-up nationally and internationally
      • design industry professionals
      • academia
      • teaching
      • museum and gallery employment
      • multimedia
      • product design
      • consultancy
    Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design- Glass
  • B.Des Craft Design- Glass Faculty of Design
  • MA- Glass
  • MA- Glass Faculty of Design
  • B.Des Craft Design- Ceramics Faculty of Design
  • B.Des Craft Design- Ceramics Faculty of Design
  • B.Des Craft Design- Ceramics Faculty of Design
  • Faculty of Design MA Ceramics
  • Faculty of Design MA Ceramics
  • Faculty of Design MA Ceramics
  • Faculty of Design MA Ceramics
  • Faculty of Design MA Ceramics
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Faculty of Design B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • Metals –National Museum of Ireland NCAD Student Silver Collection
  • Metals - Industrial Partnerships
  • B.Des Craft Design-Metals
  • MA Metals
  • MA Metals
  • MA Metals
  • MA Metals
  • MA Metals
  • Department of Fashion Design
    • What is fashion design?
    • fashion designers produce ranges of clothing as in-house or consultant designers
    • fashion designers can also make diverse items that support the fashion industry
    Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
    • fashion career paths:
      • fashion design industry
      • fashion forecasting
      • fashion styling
      • design consultancy
      • design management
      • fashion journalism
      • fashion buying
      • merchandising and range building
      • film, television and theatre
    Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
    • course content:
      • broad based approach
        • conceptual design
        • technique
    skills development construction pattern cutting and grading illustration and presentation knitwear design industry analysis Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
    • Work placement:
      • Donna Karan, (DKNY)
      • Calvin Klein
      • Timberland
      • Tommy Hilfiger
      • Eddie Bauer
      • Armani
      • Diesel
      • Moschino
      • Sonia Rykiel
    Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
    • Established graduates:
      • Philip Treacy
      • Marc O’Neill
      • Ciaran Sweeney
      • Lucy Downes
      • Deidre Fitzgerald
      • Bernie Mc Coy
    Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
  • B.Des Fashion
  • KIA Cars Car Wrapping Design Competition B.Des Fashion
  • Department of Textile Design
    • What is textile design?
      • it is the design of printed, embroidered, or woven textiles
    Faculty of Design Textiles
    • Printed Textiles:
      • creative approaches to textile printing and painting
      • colour, drawing, design and print techniques are investigated
      • skill acquisition is geared toward future careers in textile industry
    • Career Paths:
      • in-house or freelance design with interior or fashion print houses
      • colourists
      • stylists
      • interior furniture industry
      • retail textiles industry
      • business set-up
    Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
    • Embroidered Textiles:
      • projects investigate:
        • design for fashion
        • design for interiors
        • design for industrial embroidery
        • design for textile art
      • skill acquisition:
        • design research and development
        • material and technology
        • CAD
        • professional practice
    Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
  • 4 th year Printed Textiles
  • 4 th year Printed Textiles
  • 4 th year Printed Textiles
  • 4 th year Printed Textiles
  • 4 th year Printed Textiles
    • Embroidery Career Paths:
      • studio based textile artists
      • jewellery and product design company set-up
      • fashion fabric production
      • costume design
      • film and television
      • millinery
      • conservation of textile art
    Faculty of Design
    • What is woven textiles?:
      • woven textile students develop research towards industrial or studio ends
      • woven textiles can be explored in both two amd three dimensions
      • CAD/CAM research for production of jacquard textiles
    • Career Paths:
      • cloth design for interior or fashion textiles
      • studio set-up
      • fine art textiles
      • textile buyers and consultants
      • conservation
      • teaching
    Faculty of Design Fashion and Textiles
  • Woven Textiles
  • Woven Textiles
  • Embroidery
  • Embroidery
  • MA Fashion
  • MA Fashion
  • MA Fashion
  • PhD- Embroidery
  • Department of Industrial Design
    • What do industrial or product designers do?
      • design for large scale production
      • design products people will want or need to use
      • design products that look good and are easy and safe to use
      • design products that can be made efficiently and economically
    Faculty of Design Industrial Design
    • What is the industrial design process?
      • design research and development
      • creative thinking
      • communication of ideas
      • manufacturing viability
    Faculty of Design Industrial Design
    • What skills do industrial design students learn?
      • problem solving ability
      • innovative solutions to specific design questions
      • visual flair
      • illustration ability
      • three dimensional conceptual understanding
      • model making ability
      • computer aided design
    Faculty of Design Industrial Design
    • Industrial design research areas:
      • the study of human interaction with design
      • ergonomics
      • universal design
      • material and manufacturing technology
      • CAD/CAM
      • history of design
    Faculty of Design Industrial Design
    • Industrial design career paths:
      • product design in all design sectors
      • furniture
      • lighting
      • sportswear and equipment
      • interior design
      • multimedia
    Faculty of Design Industrial Design
  • Industrial Design
  • Industrial Design
    • Graduate Employment Destinations
    • 86% in design related employment
    • 75% resident in Ireland
    • 80% obtained permanent work < 1 year
    • %
      • Industrial designers 43
      • Design management 14
      • Usability/interface 7
      • Multimedia/web 7
      • Education (teaching) 7
      • Packaging 5
      • Ad/graphic 5
      • Education (student) 5
    Industrial Design
  • Visual Communication
  • Visual Communication
  • Visual Communication
  • Visual Communication
  • Visual Communication