The School of Visual Culture at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, is delighted to offer a Postgraduate Scholarship, worth full tuition fees, to a student on the MA Design History and Material Culture. This is a taught programme about objects: things you might sit on, drink from or wear; things you might cherish, throw away or never notice; things for special occasions and things you use everyday; things made by machine, things made by hand and things never made; spaces you might visit, inhabit or travel through; ideas about things, things about ideas. This course will change how you think about objects, how they are conceived, designed (or not), produced, interacted with, collected or disposed of.
Duration: The course can be completed full time in one year (two days per week) or part-time in two years (one day per week).
Application Deadline for scholarship applicants: 29 April 2016.
Application form and information available at http://www.ncad.ie/study-at-ncad/postgraduate/taught-masters/
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