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GMIT Creative Arts and Media students exhibit in Galway

Date: 
Monday, May 12, 2014

Author: 
GMIT Centre for Creative Arts and Media (CCAM)

GMIT Creative Arts and Media students are exhibiting their work in four seperate locations in Galway city during May, 2014.

By Degrees:

Third year painting students at GMIT’s Centre for Creative Arts and Media (CCAM) are presenting an exhibition of selected artworks from Saturday, May 10th until Sunday, May 18th in Galway city centre at No 8 Lombard Street (beside Anthony Ryan’s), across from St. Nicholas Church.  The exhibition is open daily from 12pm to 7pm.

The exhibition was launched by Galway based writer and artist Michaele Cutaya, co-founder of “Fugitive Papers”.  A varied and unique selection of paintings, mixed-media and video artworks are on display.

For this eclectic mix of young and mature students this is a first public exposure.  There are 17 artists exhibiting work encompassing painting, video, installation and drawing.  The artworks touch on a range of themes and ideas dealing with the identity, landscape, histories and subjective responses to the situations in which people find themselves.

Traces Remain:

‘Traces Remain’ exhibits new work by 27 Ceramic and Sculpture students from GMIT’s Centre for Creative Arts and Media (CCAM), BA Art and Design Level 7 programme.  The exhibition takes place in the Fairgreen building in Galway city centre from the 10th to the 17th of May 2014, and was launched by guest speaker Aideen Barry (www.aideenbarry.com)

Traces Remain features new work from artists Suzi Coombs, Aisling Dunne, Barbara Glynn, Robert Hession, Katie Higgins, Blaithin Hughes, Caimin Jacob, Senan Lynch, Brian Naughton, Hazel Quigley, Molly Ashton, Robert Delaney, Elizabeth Flanagan, Maeve Gallagher, Zarah Hickey, Stephen Keane, Emma King, Amy Kramer McGrath, Danielle Lambert, Roisin Maher, Laura McCloskey, Saoirse O’Neill, Emma O’Toole, Dominic Punch, Gillian Rattigan, Briona Reynolds, Hubert Rigney & Anne-marie McKee.

13 Threads:

Students from third year of the Textiles degree at GMIT’s Centre for Creative Arts and Media (CCAM) are holding their annual exhibition from May 16th until May 31st in Galway City Museum. The exhibition opens at 4pm on May 16th with guest speakers Dr Seamus Mc Guinness and Tony Magner.

Editions:

Third year Print students are showing new work in the Quadrangle Art Gallery at NUIG from Friday, May 16th at 7.30pm.

By Degrees GMIT CCAM
Traces Remain GMIT CCAM
13 Threads GMIT CCAM
Print Students Show GMIT CCAM