Public Engagement

TU Dublin School of Creative Arts Public Engagement.

 

The Public Art Working Group (PAWG) was set up at the end of 2013 to implement the recommendations set out in the Grangegorman Arts Strategy. The aim of the PAWG is to build and connect with a diversity of artists and arts practices which will complement national arts policy and leave a lasting legacy in Grangegorman. The group consists of a range of experts from the world of art, architecture, and public services. Kieran Corcoran ,Head of the School of Creative Arts represents TU Dublin on the working group.

www.ggda.ie/public_art

 

 

The school runs a highly innovative BA Visual Art programme on Sherkin Island ,Co Cork

https://sherkinisland.ie/

 

Uilinn West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen The school runs a new MA in Art and Environment in association with the Uilinn West Cork Arts Centre ,Co Cork