Student working in Fine Art studio

Exhibitions by Students and Staff at TUDublin School of Creative Arts.


TU Dublin School of Creative Arts Graduate Exhibition 2022We are excited to welcome you back to the TU Dublin School of Creative Arts Graduate Exhibition 2022.

The Graduate Exhibition of the TU Dublin School of Creative Arts is the highlight of the academic year for our students and staff. This online catalogue will represent the culmination of many years of full time study and gives our students the opportunity to showcase the results of their imagination, hard work and creative skills in a public arena. The exhibition will feature work from all our programmes and highlights the exciting and innovative range of work produced by our graduates across Fine Art, Furniture, Product, Interior, Visual Merchandising and Visual Communication Design.

The 2022 exhibition is particularly special as it is the first opportunity we have had to invite the public to our brand new East Quad Arts building and give everyone a chance to see our magnificent new studios and workshops.

Join us!

  • Launch June 2, 6pm
  • Open Daily June 3—11, 10am—5pm
  • East Quad, TU Dublin, Grangegorman, Dublin 7

For more information visit: https://dscax.com/

21st Nov - 26th January

This exhibition is the final in the third series of Futures, a sequence of exhibitions that endeavours to document and contextualise the work of early career artists and emergent practices, around who exists a growing critical and curatorial consensus.

The artists in Futures, Series 3, Episode 3 are selected from various artist-led initiatives, group shows and over a series of studio visits undertaken in the last 12 months by Patrick T. Murphy, RHA Director and Ruth Carroll, Curator.

The artists chosen for this year’s Futures exhibition are Anishta Chooramun, Jane Fogarty, Celina Muldoon, Sven Sandberg, Mary Sullivan and Harry Walsh Foreman.

For more on Mary Sullivan's work check out the feature article EMERGING LIGHT by TU Dublin School of Creative Arts Lecuter Glenn Loughran in this months Irish Arts Review

TU Dublin School of Creative Arts Lecturer in Fine Art, Mark Garry, will present a significant exhibition of his work at The MAC, Belfast.

Opening on 30th of January, this exhibition, across all three of the MAC’s galleries, will represent the most significant presentation of Garry’s work to date and has been developed specifically for the MAC over the last two and a half years.

The work comprises of an series of films, installations and individual works exploring interrelates subjects of landscape and music/sound, looking at each element from historical, social and cultural perspectives and amplifying points where these elements continue or intersect.

Formore information visit https://themaclive.com/exhibition/mark-garry-songs-and-the-soil

Dates: 30 Jan 2020 - 19 Apr 2020
Time: 11am - 5pm, 7 days a week
Price: Free Admission

The MAC,
10 Exchange Street West
Belfast, BT12NJ