NCAD Metals and Jewellery Graduate Show 2017

NCAD, Metals and Jewellery Graduate Show 2017

We had a great day in Dublin this month visiting the NCAD graduate show. One of the new graduates, Emma Larkin, kindly gave us an insight into the work on display. We missed the NCAD degree show last year and it is a pity to see that this year, similarly to Belfast the number of graduates is much smaller. However there were some very interesting pieces, such as Caoimhe McGuckin’s shoe brooch with lovely details (front & back) and Jessica Whittle’s Connectivity range which included individually made display cases for each piece. See the images below for more details.

Graduates this year include: Caoimhe McGuckin, Emma Larkin, Hannah Lawlor, Jessica Whittle, Sinead Christie and Sophie Scullion.

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NCAD Metals and Jewellery Graduate Show 2015

We had a great day trip down to Dublin yesterday to see the NCAD graduate show. Below are some snapshots of the work, really stunning and diverse ranges. Congratulations to all the students!

We were particularly interested in seeing Jaki Coffey‘s MFA ‘Lust at Sea’ collection. We had the pleasure of exhibiting her amazing, curate your own skip (‘Lust in Found’) graduate work last year as part of our ‘Chain Reaction Exhibition‘ so her iconic yellow designs immediately caught our attention.

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 NCAD metals & Jewellery Graduate show runs from 13th to 21st June, 2015 then you can catch them at New Designers 2015 in London! (Stand JC18, Part 1).

NCAD Metals and Jewellery Graduate Show 2014

This year’s graduates from NCAD metals and Jewellery put on a brilliant show. Below is a small overview of the nine Metals and Jewellery graduates this year from the National College of Art and Design Dublin. Click on the image for further information.

Good luck to them all at the New Designers Exhibition in London!

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