I was looking for a Performing Arts course with a recognised qualification. I had contacted other colleges but I felt the interview process at NMC was most informative.
The course was excellent. The modules were covered fully and expertly explained. It was apparent how much the tutors love what they do.
The quality of feedback on how to approach assignments was very high. In my opinion the strengths of the course are the tutors, the quality of material delivered, the small class sizes and the approachability of the tutors, administration and management.
NMC is an excellent college. The Performing Arts course builds communication, confidence and education.
One of the main strengths of the (MA Photography) course was the combination of both practical and substantial academic research elements that enabled me to discover a series of hypotheses that I could incorporate into my major project proposal.
The course provided great insight into the area of contemporary photographic practice and allowed scope for a diverse area of exploration.
The college location made life that little easier for me and the tutors were very approachable, knowledgeable and direct in their comments and advice.
Following a number of successful external examiner visits our BTEC HND and HNC results are out this week. Many students have achieved Distinction grades and intend to progress onto MA-level programmes.
Several students received a perfect score of 16 Distinction grades at HND level.
‘A Play on Ulysses’ – (an adaptation of James Joyce’s great novel) by Iris Park and Nastaise Leddy is currently rehearsing in Studio 13. A live street performance with up to 30 actors, musicians and crew will take place on … Continue reading →
Lovemovies has launched a new partnership with National Media College inviting students to create a new message / trailer that highlight the issues surrounding copyright protection and the effects of illegal downloading on the Irish Film Industry.
The winning entry will screen in cinemas nationally this September as part of the ad reel messages before the main feature film.
Supported by the Industry Trust for IP Awareness, LoveMovies.ie is a dedicated space to show some love to Irish audiences who support the Film Industry by choosing to watch, buy, download, stream or rent legitimate film.
Our new cafe Studio 13 will soon be open to the public serving drinks and snacks in a creative space
Lovemovies will be in the college on Wed. to launch a campaign on copyright and creativity.
The actors taking part in the Bloomsday performance of ‘A Play on Ulysses’ in Blackrock will be rehearsing at NMC this year. We will be shooting character stills in the studio in May. Good luck to director Nastaise Leddy and all the cast.
MA Photography + MA Digital Film & Animation Graduation
National Media College is proud to present the thesis exhibition of our brand new MA programmes (accredited by London Metropolitan University). Each graduate offers their unique commentary on the contemporary nature of visual art. MA Programmes
It’s Jan 2014 and we are again collaborating with MA Photography students of Bradford WWI Film School to develop a fascinating series of photographic research projects. Our regular visits to Bradford WWI bring us into contact with a culturally diverse … Continue reading →
Our BTEC HND Performing Arts students performed their play ‘Changing Places’ in the newly refurbished Studio 13 (basement, 13 Harcourt St.).
The play was based on their interpretation and critical analysis of the works of various playwrights including Samuel Beckett, Bertolt Brecht, Lewis Carroll and William Shakespeare.
‘Changing Places’ was directed by Esther Doorly.
Stage Manager – Harry Delaney.
‘Changing Places’ by BTEC HND Performing Arts 2014 – National Media College, Dublin.
Students are busy preparing for the Christmas Showcase of their work-in-progress to be held 19th December. This 1-day event will feature live performing arts, films, 3D animations, interactive media, photography, presentations and feedback sessions.
Our Industry Guest Lecture series has been a great success. We were delighted to welcome a wide range of industry luminaries including Se Merry Doyle, Robbie Fry, Stephen Murnane, Imogen Murphy and Tim Morris.
The series will continue next term.
We are also pleased to announce that we are working with Bradford WWI Film School. We have already organised tutor exchange and will be welcoming Bradford WWI students to Dublin in 2014.