If you go to one exhibition this year let it be the KCAT End of Year student show.
Over a hundred students of various art disciplines under one roof.This is a celebration of the most eclectic group of artists in Kilkenny. The work on show is diverse in theme and technique, full of colour, vibrancy and individuality.An encounter with an absorbing and enjoyable collection is promised.
This comprehensive course has been designed to help both school leavers and mature students who are interested in developing a portfolio for entry to Art College.
Through expert guidance, students will develop their ideas through research, working on a personal project and keeping a sketch book. Subjects covered include, drawing from observation, experimental drawing, ideas development, basic photography, collage, 3D building, painting, colour work and basic printing.
Features of this course include:
- Light, spacious, well-equipped studios
- Continuous assessment throughout the course
- Project based activities
- Outings to Galleries and Exhibitions
- Presentations from Third Level Art Colleges and former students and guest artists
- Interview preparation
- Access to IT and Art Library
- Tuition by dedicated and skilled artist teachers
- Affordable fee
The course runs from June 2017 through to January 2018 with 234 contact hours.
Two intensive four day weeks, two intensive weekends and 26 weekdays.
The course costs 250 euro.
KCAT is an inclusive centre. All are invited to apply for a place on this course, but applicants must be 16 years or over.
For more information please contact Alice Bennett, Education Coordinator on 0567786896 or 0567755115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
KCAT is seeking a dynamic Arts Education & Training Coordinator who is committed to learner-centered, equality-based education to drive our inclusive education and training programme.
KCAT runs a variety of creative courses in which people with and without special needs work together, each at their own level, with the emphasis being on artistic and personal development.
We aim to promote and support good practice in inclusive arts education, through the provision of courses and supports.
If you have good programme and people management skills, and want to make a real difference to inclusive arts education in Ireland, then download the job specifcation for more information
If you have read the job specification, and are interested in applying for this role, please complete the job application form by 5pm on Monday 4th April 2016.
Applications will be shortlisted with reference to the criteria outlined in the job specifcation. Interviews will be held in April. We expect the successful candidate to take up the position in April/May. If you have any further questions, you can email Anja Terpstra – Centre Coordinator email@example.com
Job Description – KCAT Education Coordinator
KCAT Job Application Form