Fading Roots is a photographic exhibition which showcases some of the work of two former students from Sallynoggin College of Further Education. Although both photographers have a starkly different outlook and style, their work highlights a very human sense of connectedness within an ever-changing society.
Alternate Voices is the end of year exhibition of IADT, Dún Laoghaire, 2nd year photography students that opens at Moxie Studios, Dublin, Ireland, on the 25th of April, 2013 at 6pm and run until the 2nd of May.
The images in the exhibition are the result of the exploration by the photographers of a quotation by Fred Richin in which he suggests that photographs in their ambiguity can provoke,motivating the reader to interrogate their meanings.” and the self-initiated bodies of work on display are the end result of their interpretation of that statement.As well as presenting more established themes, subject matter and photographic approaches, some photographers have concentrated on their own personal environment sharing with us a sense of their own subjective and intimate experience of the world.
→ Moxie Studios
→ Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology [IADT]
IADT 2nd year students exhibition Opening: April 25th, 2013, 6 – 9pmExhibition:
April 26th – May 2nd , 2013 Moxie Studios, Dublin, IrelandOpening Hours: 12 – 5pm
Residency (Group Exhibition)
'Residency' is a group exhibition which has been undertaken by a selection of third year Photography students in IADT. Each of the twelve students were asked to produce work inspired by the theme of nationalism, colonialism and its effect on our identity The exhibition will run for seven days; June 16th to June 22nd in The Library Project, Temple Bar. The opening night will take place on the 19th of June.
IADT Graduate Show 2015
IADT Exhibition opens on Friday, June 5th @ 5.30pm to 9pm and is open to the public until Wednesday June 10th and includes works by the Graduation Class of BA Hons Photography 2015
EXPRESSIONS - The Exhibition can be viewed during the Crothu Arts Festival Longford on 23rd – 26th July
Ireland’s largest dedicated art photography portrait competition and exhibition. The emphasis of this exhibition is on art photography. Rather than technically competent renditions of images of family, friends or pets it comproses of portraits of a high technical standard that are also creative and express an identity.
The RDS Student Art Awards - 28 July - 9th August 2015
The RDS Student Art Awards provides a platform that supports the transition from student to emerging artist through the Awards and Exhibition. Previous winners of the RDS Taylor Art Award include Walter Osborne, William Orpen, Dorothy Cross and James Hanley. - The 2015 RDS Student Art Awards Exhibition will be shown in the RDS Concert Hall is open to the public free of charge from Tuesday 28 July to Friday 31 July from 10am to 5pm (late night on Thursday 30 until 7pm). It will remain open throughout the 2015 Dublin Horse Show August (5-9) entry fee applies. -
Cream 15: A Showcase of Graduate Photography Talent 2015 - 9th October to 30th October 2015
After a hiatus of 2 years, the gallery will be returning to Brighton audiences with Cream 15, an exhibition featuring a new selection of some of the most interesting and diverse photographic graduate talent to emerge from 2015 at the University of Brighton Gallery, Grand Parade, Brighton BN1 from Friday 9th to Friday 30th October. The exhibition includes BA graduates from some of the most prestigious photography courses spanning the length and breadth of the country. Encompassing Universities and Colleges from Westminster to Glasgow; London to Newport and Brighton to Ulster and Southern Ireland, Cream 15 promises to be an exciting show.
emergence - 12th November 2015 to 22nd November 12-8 daily
Our upcoming group exhibition in Steambox, Dublin 8. Opening night the 12th November.
This event showcases the new work of recently graduated photographers from IADT Dun Laoghaire. It is a culmination of self-initiated projects taken on by thirteen members of the group. The mutual theme is to communicate issues stemming from human conditions, politics and culture. Everyone welcome :)