ICAD to exhibit winning works in lieu of ceremony

Covid-19 forces postponement of this year’s creatives awards until 2021

24th May, 2020
ICAD to exhibit winning works in lieu of ceremony
Rory Hamilton of ICAD: ‘It’s about celebrating the best of Irish advertising’. Picture: Eugene Langan

A major public exhibition of work by Ireland’s leading creatives will take place in Dublin in November, as part of a new awards plan from the Institute of Creative Advertising and Design (ICAD).

The exhibition will be held in lieu of this year’s annual ICAD Awards, which were due to take place next month at The Library of Trinity College Dublin, but which have now been postponed until 2021.

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