Students of MA in Creative Practice showcase their work
Metamorphosis exhibition comes to a close in GMIT's Creative Arts campus
Date Article Written:
Monday, September 30, 2019
Metamorphosis, an exciting exhibition of work by eleven graduating artists from GMIT’s MA in Creative Practice was opened in GMIT's Centre for the Creative Arts and Media (CCAM) recently by artist Michael Minnis. Below are pictures by Aengus McMahon showing the students with their work, and lecturing staff, with work ranging from performance to photography using augmented reality, and from paint and print to new form journalism.
Celine Curtin, Head of Department says: “The MA in Creative Practice endeavours to engage students in a range of creative disciplines through dynamic discourse, exchange of ideas and transformative learning. Works are also on show in Engage Studios, Salthill and in NUIG. The exhibition is the culmination of twelve months’ work by the students who are due to graduate in October.
For further information on GMIT’s MA in Creative Practice, see: https://www.gmit.ie/creative-arts-and-media/master-arts-creative-practice
Students of the MA in Creative Practice at their recent exhibition “Metamorphosis” in GMIT CCAM. L to R: Michael Browne, Galway, Madeleine Shinnik, West Cork, Ola Jagielska (front), Galway, Luke Moloney, Galway, Fionnuala McKenna, Westport and formerly Leitrim, Danielle Lambert, Farrah Monro, Derry, Elizabeth Curran, Galway, Michael Lally, Galway, Michelle Hill, Galway, Martin Maguire, Spiddel, Galway, and artist Michael Minnis who opened the exhibiton. [Photo by Aengus McMahon.]