BA (Hons) Visual Culture
National College of Art and Design
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Are you fascinated by the spectrum of human creativity: art, design, architecture, film, fashion, new media and digital culture? Are you interested in the history and theory of the objects, processes and cultural institutions that comprise our contemporary world? The BA in Visual Culture offers a unique opportunity to study the history, theory, and analysis of art, design, architecture, fashion, and screen culture in a leading art and design college setting. The programme is suitable for anyone with a broad interest in history, culture and society. Our Thomas Street campus, located in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties, is a busy hub of studios and workshops, enabling Visual Culture students to study alongside Ireland’s future artists, designers and makers.
You will be educated to become visually literate, expressive and articulate. On graduation, you will have gained a broad range of critical and research skills associated with an arts degree. Our graduates work in arts and heritage management, in exhibition curation and education, in festivals and events organisation, and the media.