Some film production students at work.
Happy Halloween from all the staff and students @nmtc
Watch our Halloween video here.
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Students made the most of the good weather today and organised a few photo shoots in and around St. Stephen’s Green. Some behind-the-scene photos by Dejan.
Our MA programmes have launched with an intensive two-week Research Methods module delivered by Dr. David Butler.
Students have begun working on their major project proposals, supervised by Dr. Kelly McErlean.
Students will participate in a ‘Skills Audit’ this week before beginning technical skills classes in traditional/digital photography and 2D/3D moving image production.
Dr. Paul St. George of LMU visited NMC on Friday 28th Sept to meet our MA Photography, MA Digital Film & Animation and MA (by Project) students.
Paul discussed the Research Methodologies modules and presented samples of LMU graduates ‘major projects.’
Our HND and HNC students have got off to a flying start with many assignments, projects, films, photo shoots, theatre productions, digital effects already under way. Students from different courses are already interacting to co-produce creative works.
The following ‘effects-laden’ 1min film was made by Ogundipe Adebowale (Mr Briggs) – BTEC HND Creative Media Production (Moving Image) 2012.
Congratulations to all our BTEC HND and FETAC graduates of 2012.
Graduates received their transcripts of awards today at a ceremony in the College in Harcourt St.
NMC graduate Basil Al-Rawi has been featured in Marco Bohr’s ‘Visual Culture Blog.’
Basil graduated from the NMC Film Production course in 2006. He has recently completed a MA Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster.
The Visual Culture Blog article on the Basil’s work in the group photo exhibition The Voice of the Grain can be seen here.
More info on the exhibition can be seen here.
Our tutor Sean McDermott [BatCat Games] has released a new game called ‘P-3 Biotic’. Watch the short intro vid below
Our BTEC HND courses are an excellent entry point for full-time employment.
Employers appreciate the level of work undertaken by HND graduates to produce professional portfolios and to achieve Distinction grades. In our experience employers regularly choose BTEC HND over traditional degree graduates due to a greater level of employable skills and the ability to integrate seamlessly into the workforce.
Our 2yr HND courses can also be followed up with a 1yr Hons Degree. This is a highly flexible student-centred route to third-level success.
Our 2012 graduates have achieved a high number of Distinction and Merit grades in both BTEC HND and FETAC courses.
Many graduates have already secured their first-choice third-level places (including 1yr BSc Hons) at Colleges in Ireland and abroad including DCU, Colaiste Dhulaigh and Ballyfermot College.
We are currently preparing our new BTEC Higher National Certificate programmes to begin in Sept.
NMC tutor Sé Merry Doyle’s documentary film ‘Dreaming the Quiet Man’ is enjoying rave reviews in the local and international press.
The film features interviews with Hollywood greats including ‘The Quiet Man’s’ leading lady Maureen O’Hara, film directors Peter Bogdanovich, Martin Scorsese and film actor Gabriel Byrne.
You can read more about the film here.
Our Student Showcase 2012 is taking place Wed 23rd May 18.00 – 21.00hrs.
Refreshments will be served and entertainment will be provided by resident DJ. This event is free, but ticket only – please email email@example.com to book.
Facebook link available here.
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Thanks to everyone who came to the Showcase last night. We had a great time!
The official Irish Eurovision blog ‘Eurovision Ireland’ have published an article on NMC ‘Ireland Bring Technology to Eurovision 2012‘.
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We had a video conference today with Bradford College project participants to discuss the dyptych collaboration.
HND Photography students Ivana Patarcic and Guilherme Novaes have successfully completed a test Diptych shoot for our latest cooperative project with Bradford College.
Ivana and Guilherme chose to collaborate on the theme ‘Open Spaces’. Working together ‘live’, they shot their respective images ‘at the same instant’ in Ireland and Austria.
In accordance with the diptych project guidelines the photographers stayed in constant communication (in this instance by mobile phone) during the shoots to discuss their locations and potential images. On agreement, they shot the two photographs at exactly the same time.
We are delighted to announce we have established inter-institutional arrangements for the Erasmus exchange programme for 2012/13 with the European School of Visual Arts Angoulême/Poitiers.
EESI prepares students for the French equivalent of the BFA (the three-year Diplôme National d’Arts Plastiques) and MFA (the Diplôme Supérieur d’Expression Plastique). The disciplines offered – comic art, digital art, emerging practices – put the emphasis on exploring the relations between thought, criticism, the production of visual works and research.
Our post-grad courses will be open for Erasmus exchange applications.
FETAC student reviews were completed today. All students are progressing to third-level programmes both at NMC and Dublin Colleges/Universities.