‘Sligo’s Identity’ examined for Culture Night
Students from IT Sligo’s Creative Practice Programmes examined Sligo’s Identity for their Culture Night exhibition, which was held in the Johnston’s Court Shopping Centre.
Ten visual, experimental and thought provoking projects by students of Creative Design, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Performing Arts and Fine Art revealed aspects of Sligo’s surroundings, history and culture that might not be widely acknowledged.
The skills brought by each of the creative disciplines were demonstrated in the diversity of displays, which included photography, collage, sculpture, set design, models and film.
Students Tamsin Breen, Nera Tanase, James Huxley, Vyginas Vezelis and Shane Irvine at one of the projects for Culture Night at Johnston's Court, Sligo.
Students, Melissa Coleman, Lia Doolan, Orlan Gorman and Gary McGirr at their project for Culture Night.
Student Ronan Doyle at Culture Night.
Head of Department of Computing and Creative Practices, Keith Mc Manus; Bernadette Donohoe, lecturer; Michael Roulston, lecturer; Clíona Brady, lecturer; Emmet Doherty, lecturer; Shane Fanning, Head of School of Engineering and Design; and Peter Scanlon, lecturer.