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Ireland's creative heroes of tomorrow premiere at IADT graduate exhibition



CIBO synthetic food user interface Credit: Stuart Greer

Get down to Dun Laoghaire to catch a glimpse of Ireland's creative future as this year's IADT Art & Design graduate exhibition kicks off.

Featuring some extraordinary work from the country's next generation of designers, artists, and film-makers, the Institute of Art, Design and Technology Dun Laoghaire (IADT) will be premiering its most recent graduates' work.

This year’s exhibition - which will be opened by Karen Hennessy, CEO of the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland - will showcase animation, photography (including some striking work by graduate Svetlana Zabelina), visual arts, film production, model-making, digital effects and design for stage and screen.

From traditional painting to future interfaces, a spokesperson for IADT said there "would be something for everyone to appreciate, enjoy or be inspired by".

"The output is innovative, challenging and industry ready. These graduates will be sought after," they added.

Ireland's largest provider of higher education in the creative arts, IADT will be showing off the work of graduating students in Visual Communication Design, Design and Digital Effects, Design for Stage and Screen, Photography, and Art.

Students of IADT's National Film School will also exhibit work in Animation, Model-making, Film and Television.

No booking is required, and the exhibition will open to the public for the next six days at the following times:

  • Friday: 5:30pm – 9pm
  • Saturday: 12pm – 4pm
  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 2pm – 8pm
  • Tuesday: 2pm – 8pm
  • Wednesday: 2pm – 8pm

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