ATU hosts annual exhibition of students’ work


From this week's Galway City Tribune

From this week's Galway City Tribune

ATU hosts annual exhibition of students’ work ATU hosts annual exhibition of students’ work

The work of 72 students from the art, design, film, and documentary undergraduate programmes of Atlantic Technological University will be officially unveiled this Friday, June 2, at 2pm, in the Galway City Campus building on the Wellpark Road

Film and theatre director Lelia Doolan will open the annual Graduate Show which runs until next Friday, June 11, from 10am to 5pm and is open to the public. Featuring work across a range of media, the show from the ATU’s School of Design and Creative Arts provides students with an opportunity to display their creativity and innovation.

Work on display will include paintings, sculptures, installations, graphic design and illustration, digital art, film and documentary screenings, animations, video game designs, product designs, textiles and fashion designs.

Several hundred guests are expected to attend the exhibition, a popular fixture on Galway’s arts calendar.

“We are immensely proud of the hard work and dedication demonstrated by our students throughout the year,” said the Head of the ATU Dept of Creative Arts & Media Celine Curtin. “The exhibition is a celebration of their achievements and their remarkable talent.”

Students will act as invigilators throughout the week, giving visitors to the show a chance to chat with them.


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