The Art and Research Collaboration (ARC) programme is a full time practical taught masters. All ARC classes are taught in Dublin city centre, either at the LAB or in the studios of the Irish Museum of Modern Art. ARC is co-directed by Maeve Connolly and Sinéad Hogan, and developed in dialogue with project partners such as Dublin City Council Arts Office, led by , the and the .
ARC students have frequently collaborated on group research projects, realising a public outcome such as an exhibition, publication or performance. Previous projects include ‘The Beholder’s Share’ (2015), ‘Statecraft’ (2016) and ‘ROSC: Fiction of the Contemporary’ (2017), all at IMMA, and ‘The Turf Depot’ (2017) at Oonagh Young Gallery.
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