UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy Alumni Research Support Award
Launched in 2018, the School of Art History and Cultural Policy Alumni Research Support Award was established to support up to three annual Research Support Awards to the sum of €500 each. These grants are open to postgraduate students who are currently registered for the taught MA, MLitt or PhD programmes in the School. The Alumni Research Support Award is made possible by the alumni of the School of Art History and Cultural Policy and is intended to flexibly support and/or enhance programme study and research expenses. >>>Donate
UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy Alumni Newsletter
Annual Alumni Lecture 2023
SAVE THE DATE | Thursday, 7 December 2023, 6:00pm
Ruairí Ó Cuív | Public Art Officer in Dublin City Council
Ruairí Ó Cuív is Public Art Officer with Dublin City Council since 2008. Previously he was an independent curator and arts consultant specialising in public art, exhibition curation, feasibility studies, evaluation and research. He was director of Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (1991-96), curator of exhibitions at the Douglas Hyde Gallery (1989-91) and Royal Hospital Kilmainham (1987-89). In 1982 he co-founded Ireland’s first professional art installation and transport company. He began his career as a History of Art lecturer and also as an archaeologist.