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Certificate in Jungian Psychology with Art Therapy - Ireland Premium

IntroductionThis course mixes experiential with the theoretical in a venture that combines Jungian Psychology with Art Therapy. By using methods such as art-making, journaling and dream interpretation we shall engage creatively with psyche in a journey that promises to be both fascinating and educational.Thus, through experiential learning, the participant will get to know Jung’s model of the psyche and how to apply such insights in everyday life. For those in the healing professions, the course should enrich and enliven their existing skills. The Jungian approach is also especially suited to those with an artistic streak and also for practicing artists seeking to discover new ways of creative working.The Trainers:Jungian Psychology trainers include Benig Mauger, Bill Callanan, Christine Mulvey, Jean Fitzgerald and Mathew Mather. Art Therapists include Lyn Mather & Julie Aldridge. ... (Training Available by LIT Tipperary) Certificate in Jungian Psychology with Art Therapy

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Art History - History of Art - Ireland Premium

<p>This course is for those who already have a degree, preferably in the area of arts or sciences, and who wish to study art history intensively over one academic year (full time) or two (part time). It is designed for those who have an active interest in the history of art but do not already have a degree in the discipline.</p><p>It is suitable for those who are currently employed in some branch of the arts and want to obtain an academic qualification in the area or for students who require a conversion course to apply for graduate study, such as the taught MA or the MRes/MPhil/PhD research degrees at UCC (note that completion of the HDip does not guarantee a place on a graduate course).</p> ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Art History - History of Art

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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART AND DESIGN (PART-TIME) - Ireland Premium

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART AND DESIGN (PART-TIME) Applications from students who have previously deferred their studies in Art & Design at GMIT or any other 3rd level instituion are invited to apply, or who have developed a portfolio of work as an artist and are interested in gaining entry to a degree programme.What is this course about? ThisCourse provides a programme of study in painting for those who cannotattend college on a full-time basis. The student is introduced to thevisual language, materials and concepts of art practice. Attendance isfor one day each week of the academic year, on Wednesdays.What subjects will I study? Painting (using oil based and water based paints), History of Art Theory.CAreer Opportunities TheCourse equips the student for a career as a professional painter,community art worker, arts administrator, gallery curator, art teacher(following further study), illustrator and many related areas.Entry Requirements Application for the course is made directly to t ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART AND DESIGN (PART-TIME)

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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART AND DESIGN - Ireland Premium

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART AND DESIGN Why Study Art & Design? This is a general undergraduate degree in art, design and new media incorporating the opportunity to specialise in the areas of ceramics, painting, printmaking, sculpture or textiles. The programme combines traditional and contemporary approaches to visual research and art and design practices, including research methodologies, drawing, photography, digital media, art history, critical theory and professional practice taught by specialist practitioners and academics. Learners are encouraged to examine critically and respond to their contemporary environments through various languages of visual culture, craft, and design and art practices.This is a student-centred programme, taught through studio workshops, demonstrations, lectures, seminars, field trips and one-to-one tutorials.Programme Modules Core Visual Studies (the elements and principles of Art and Design,) Learning to Learn, Discipline Studies, Contextual Studies (id ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART AND DESIGN

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Jungian Psychology with Art Therapy (Special Purpose Award) - Ireland Premium

IntroductionThis course mixes experiential with the theoretical in a venture that combines Jungian Psychology with Art Therapy. By using methods such as art-making, journaling and dream interpretation we shall engage creatively with psyche in a journey that promises to be both fascinating and educational. ... (Training Available by Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)) Jungian Psychology with Art Therapy (Special Purpose Award)

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Art & Design Teaching - Higher Diploma in Arts (Level 8) - Ireland Premium

This programme will prepare you for a career in Art & Design Teaching. Emphasis is placed on the concept of teaching as a creative activity, demanding capacities for problem solving, inventiveness, imagination and sensitivity. The programme includes three blocks of teaching experience. Successful graduates, subject to the regulations of the Department of Education & Science, will qualify for permanent wholetime appointments as teachers of art in second-level schools. The minimum entry requirement for this programme is an Honours Degree in Art & Design (Level 8) or an equivalent qualification. ... (Training Available by Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)) Art & Design Teaching - Higher Diploma in Arts (Level 8)

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Year One Art & Design (Level 8) - Ireland Premium

The Year One Art and Design programme provides students with the necessary stimuli to encourage self confidence, self motivation, and an appetite for knowledge, which will drive their creative practice. Year One recognises the wide variety of backgrounds from which it draws its students. It recognises ethnic, cultural and gender diversity which are the basis of individual originality. The programme endeavours to provide students with the necessary skills, vocabulary and contextual knowledge to progress to the second year of Honours Degree studies in art and design. This is achieved through an extensive lineup of lectures, seminars and demonstrations. The Year One programme introduces students to the most current issues in art and design through the first hand experiences of contemporary practitioners. ... (Training Available by Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)) Year One Art & Design (Level 8)

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Arts History of Art - Ireland Premium

<p>History of Art, with its emphasis on visual analysis and critical thinking,&nbsp;is a vital discipline in a world dominated by images, where the primary vehicle of culture is visual. Despite this, many people feel ill at ease with visual information and do not understand the way in which images make an impact and produce meaning. The study of History of Art will enable you to:</p><ul><li>think analytically and write persuasively</li><li>build your own criteria for making value judgements</li><li>understand the art intervenes in the social, political, psychological, and philosophical contexts from which it emerges</li></ul><p>The course will provide you with a firm foundation on which to build an understanding of the visual culture and physical environment of modern-day Ireland, set within both its European and wider global contexts.</p> ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Arts History of Art

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BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) IN FINE ART - Ireland Premium

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) IN FINE ART Main Areas of Study Studio Practice in Ceramics, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture; Art History and Critical Theory; Photography and Digital Media.Other Essential Information Each of these disciplines has its own staffing, structure, and space: shared elements create dialogue and interaction within the fine-art student body.Students are encouraged to embark on ideas-led as well as specialisation-led approaches to work.There are also lectures by visiting professional artists through the professional practice programme.Post-graduate Studies GMIT honours (level 8) qualifications are recognised worldwide for post-graduate entry. Depending on the areas of specialisation and the standard achieved in the learner's practice and portfolio, most art and design related post-graduate opportunities are open to a graduate of our level 8 programme, both nationally and internationally.   ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) IN FINE ART

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The Culture of the Big House: art and culture of the Anglo-Irish - Ireland Pro Plus

January 2012Type of Course: Short-Term Courses Duration: 8 weeks Fee: 190 Venue: West Wing 9, UCC Lecturer: Mr James G.R. Cronin, Centre for Adult Continuing Education and School of History, UCC, Dr Dagmar “ Riain-Raedel, Ms Regina Sexton, Centre for Adult Continuing Education, UCC and Dr Eibhear Walshe, School of English, UCC Times/Dates: Monday 23rd January to 12th March, 7-9pmCourse Content The Irish “Big House” has a long-established history, made familiar by the fiction of Sommerville and Ross, Elizabeth Bowen, and others. The Big House was a tribute to the Anglo-Irish ascendancy, and many of these homes were destroyed during the Irish Civil War. The earliest of the great houses were built during the early eighteenth century. A half century later, Ireland's golden age of Palladianism saw the construction of magnificent homes such as Castletown in Co. Kildare and Strokestown Park, Co. Roscommon, later followed by a return to the gothic style such as Castle Wa ... (Training Available by UCC Adult Education) The Culture of the Big House: art and culture of the Anglo-Irish

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Additional Art Courses & Classes in Ireland

Irish Art from Barry to le Brocquy - Ireland Pro Plus

October 2011Type of Course: Short-Term Courses Duration: 6 weeks Fee: �‚�90 Venue: Crawford Art Gallery, Emmet Place, Cork Lecturer: Dr Liam Lenihan, NUI Fellow, School of English, UCC Times/Dates: Thursday morning 29th September to 3rd November, 10.15am to 12.15pm Course ContentThis course explores Irish art from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century through the fascinating and distinguished careers of six Irish artists: James Barry, Daniel Maclise, John Hogan, John Lavery, Jack B Yeats and Louis le Brocquy. Not only will participants get a change to survey Irish painting and sculpture, they will see significant events in Irish history – from the 1798 Rebellion to the Easter Rising – through the lens of Irish artists and their representation of major historical events. Fusing art and politics, this course will stimulate and inform both the viewer of Irish art and the reader of Irish history.James BarryDaniel MacliseJohn HoganJohn LaveryJack B. Y ... (Training Available by UCC Adult Education) Irish Art from Barry to le Brocquy

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Introduction to Art Therapy COURSE CLOSED - Ireland Pro Plus

Venue: Western Gateway Building, room G08, UCCArt therapy is a specialized form of psychotherapy that is largely underpinned by psychoanalytical theories. This course combines the theoretical with the experiential in a hope to give participants an embodied experience of the art therapy process. It is aimed at those interested in exploring the realms of the psyche, soma and creativity. This will include an exploration of the visual art-making processes and mind-body connections, as viewed from the perspective of art therapy. The course may be of interest to those who are studying/working in mental health care context (psychotherapists, counsellors, nurses) or to those who are interested in employing reflective art therapy practice in research. It may also be useful for anyone who is interested in creatively approaching and exploring the use of self in reflective learning context. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Introduction to Art Therapy COURSE CLOSED

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Art Appreciation - Ireland Pro Plus

Do you love art? Would you like to develop a deeper understanding and knowledge of the subject? Covers a range of art periods from Giotto to more modern contemporary art. Optional museum and gallery visits. ... (Training Available by Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute (DFEI)) Art Appreciation

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Painting Ireland: Art and National Identity, 1850 - 1950 - Ireland Pro Plus

Venue: Glucksman Art Gallery, UCCThis course looks at the history of Irish art from 1850 to 1950. It will act as a continuation of the course offered in 2014, which looked at the period from 1750 to 1850 (although, it doesn’t matter if students didn’t attend last year). Our focus will be on the role of visual culture in the formation of an Irish national identity. It has five main themes: at home and abroad; picturing people; modernity; revival; display. A visit to national art collections will be included. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Painting Ireland: Art and National Identity, 1850 - 1950

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An introduction to art therapy - Ireland Pro Plus

Venue: Western Gateway Building, Room G09, UCCArt therapy is a specialized form of psychotherapy that is largely underpinned by psychoanalytical theories. This course combines the theoretical with the experiential in a hope to give participants an embodied experience of the art therapy process. It is aimed at those interested in exploring the realms of the psyche, soma and creativity. This will include an exploration of the visual art-making processes and mind-body connections, as viewed from the perspective of art therapy. The course may be of interest to those who are studying/working in mental health care context (psychotherapists, counsellors, nurses) or to those who are interested in employing reflective art therapy practice in research. It may also be useful for anyone who is interested in creatively approaching and exploring the use of self in reflective learning context. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) An introduction to art therapy

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art and design - Ireland

Level 5 NQAI Qualifications Framework FETAC Code: AAXXXCourse:Art and DesignThis is a one year, full time coursewhich gives students a solid foundation in the necessaryskills, knowledge and attitudes required for furthereducation and a career in Art, Craft or Design. The broadmix of subjects on offer gives students the opportunity tofind their own strengths and to prepare a portfolio forsubmission to colleges of Higher Education. DescriptionWe provide an intensive year oflearning to introduce a wide range of skills and practices.We encourage the development of ideas through drawing andpersonal research. This course is Certified by FETAC andcovers a broad selection of practical and academicdisciplines. On completion of the course the student shouldhave a body of work which shows a wide range of experienceas well as a sense of focus and direction. In the second andthird terms of the year many of the students will beapplying to third level colleges of Art and Design. Guidanceand assistanc ... (Training Available by Inchicore College of Further Education) art and design

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Community Art - Ireland

Community Arts Programme“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up” - PabloPicassoThe Community Art programme was set up in 2005. This programme has given members of the Ballybough Community the opportunity to rediscover and reconnect with their innate talents and abilities. It is a testament to what can be achieved by people when their creativity is encouraged. The intention of this programme is to help widen the level of participation and engagement in art and cultural activity in this community. This programme also enable participants gain practical knowledge of the visual arts and in so doing, connects them to art within their own community Since its establishment a number of public art installations have been created.“IN OUR HANDS”Located in the Ballybough Community CentreThis mosaic is the proud achievement of the participants on the Larkin Centre’s Community Education Programme (2007 - 200 ... (Training Available by The Larkin Unemployed Centre) Community Art

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Fine art classes/ Painting - Ireland

Receive professional tuition on acrylic painting and drawing from art classes run by a highly experienced, practising artist. Meet other like-minded people in a nice relaxing atmosphere and improve your skills in a quick and easy way. Join our practical lessons to develop your own unique style and get confidence with expressing yourself in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. ... (Training Available by Mad Art Studio) Fine art classes/ Painting

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Art Therapy (MA) (Taught) - Ireland

Course CodeCR_ATHPY_9Field of StudyArtType of Course:Postgraduate Diploma,Masters DegreeType of Qualification:MAType of Study:Full timeApplication Closing Date:Not Specified(Training Available by CIT Crawford College of Art & Design) Art Therapy (MA) (Taught)

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Foundation Art - Ireland

Foundation Art jQuery(document).ready(function(){ jQuery("#gallery-90cd6cb0 .flickr-thumb img").flightbox({size_callback: get_sizes}); }); //-->This is a new addition to our full-time and part-time courses. This one-day course is a foundation course in basic art skills and is suitable for those wishing to develop or improve their proficiency in Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. Forthcoming modules in Combined Materials and Printmaking will also be available. No previous experience is required to participate.Content will include:Drawing: mark making, texture, natural and built environment, using a variety of media such as charcoal, pencil, conté, pastel, etc.Painting: principles of colour mixing, experimentation with techniques such as impasto, glazing, watercolour etc., using acrylics and watercolour.Sculpture: basic three dimensional structures in mixed media, clay, stone or wood.Duration: September – JuneHours: 9am – 4pmPart Time: Mon ... (Training Available by KCAT Art and Study Centre) Foundation Art

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