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CIT DEGREE EXHIBITIONS
Welcome to the CIT Degree Exhibitions 2014 website. This site showcases the work from the Visual Communications, Multimedia, Fine Art, Applied Art and Interior Architecture final year students. You can view the profile of each student, which contains relevant links and previews of their work. Enjoy!

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The Multimedia and Visual Communications graduates from the Department of Media Communications would like to invite you to the 2014 Graduate exhibition, “Contrast”. The "Contrast" exhibition will host CIT's final year student projects in the BA (Honours) in Visual Communications and a number of the BA (Honours) in Multimedia projects. The “Contrast” exhibition will open in the James Barry Exhibition Centre, CIT, Bishopstown Campus on the 29th of May at 7pm until 10pm and will go on till June 10th, open 10am - 4pm daily.
VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS STUDENTS
Aileen Keenaghan
Kate Delaney
Ciara Carroll
John Sheehan
Patrick O'Mahony
Hugh Heffernan
Olivia Shum
Tadgh O'Tuama
Ray Tierney
Cliodhna O'Connor
Seán Daly
Helen Mulcahy
Mitchell O'Regan
Jim Spillane
Darragh O'Sullivan
Francis O'Dwyer
Lydia Palmer
Martyna Potocka
Pat Fox
Jane Melia
Emma Fleury
Siobhain Cotter
Luzie Ardelean
BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) IN VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS
The course aims to produce graduates who will be knowledgeable, capable and highly motivated in the practice and theory of Visual Communications. It aims to equip graduates with the knowledge, skills and competencies required to effectively function as a designer at an independent and professional level. The course pays particular attention to the development of each student's ability to respond to visual design problems in an individual, inventive and creative manner. By developing student's research, design planning and production skills the course aims to produce graduates who can display the capacity for innovation in the area of Visual Communications.

Through the course structure, students develop their knowledge of the design process, production techniques and the professional business environment. It incorporates areas such as design principles and practice, creative image making, typography, creative technology, print technology, illustration, photography, video, contextual and business studies. This course also has academic modules, which are designed to develop the students' knowledge of visual culture through research, argument construction, written communication and presentations.

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CIT CRAWFORD COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
The Department of Media Communications
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Visual Communication
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Multimedia

Dept Phone: +353 21 4335810
Head of Department: Rose McGrath
Head of College: Orla Flynn
The Multimedia and Visual Communications graduates from the Department of Media Communications would like to invite you to the 2014 Graduate exhibition, “Contrast”. The “Contrast” exhibition will open in the James Barry Exhibition Centre, CIT, Bishopstown Campus on the 29th of May at 7pm and will go on till June 10th. The Multimedia symposium will host CIT's final year Multimedia student projects, poster display and student presentations. The “Contrast” symposium will be held on Thursday May 15th, 6- 8pm, in the Berkeley Building, CIT, Bishopstown, Cork. This runs for one evening only.
MULTIMEDIA STUDENTS
Anne McEvoy
David McSwiggan
Sarah Pattison
Eadaoin McCarthy
Maeve Power
Dylan Goveas
Joe Winfield
Ciaran Brohan
Steve Nolan
Jazz Glennon
Emily Ip
Tomás Martin
Vitaliy Makhnanov
Eoghan Lynch
Luke Twomey
Shane O'Neill
Rebecca Noonan
Viktorija Gečaitė
BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) IN MULTIMEDIA
Multimedia combines the creativity of art and design with the skills and knowledge of computer technologies and programming to create interactive digital media products such as online and mobile applications, screen based or environmentally interactive designs.

The course is designed to foster a range of interests and abilities including art, design, music, technology and computing. As the students progress through the programme they are encouraged to develop particular specialisations based on their individual interests and talents. Areas of specialist study include e-learning, games development, interaction design, interactive programming, 3D/animation, video production and audio technology.

By placing particular emphasis on individual and team based projects students learn how to integrate the various skills and competencies required to produce an effective multimedia product.

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CIT CRAWFORD COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
The Department of Media Communications
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Visual Communication
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Multimedia

Dept Phone: +353 21 4335810
Head of Department: Rose McGrath
Head of College: Orla Flynn
The REGEN exhibition at the Architecture Factory will be held on Thursday June 5th at 6pm and everyone is invited. the exhibition features all the work from the Department of Architecture programmes in Interior Architecture and Architectural Technology from year 1 through to Masters and PhD.

The main body of the exhibition features the graduating work of the honours degree programmes. All the projects are based on building adaption and reuse of projects around Cork. The Interior Architecture group were invited by Cork County Council to propose adaptions for buildings on Spike Island, in Cork harbour. The exhibition will run Monday-Friday from the 5th to the 19th of June inclusive in the Architecture Factory, CIT, Bishopstown, Cork.
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS
Gemma McCarthy
Nicola Ryan
Lukasz Kot
Deirdre McAuliffe
Eric McGrath
Tomas Vincevicius
Sharon Brady
Ethan Desmond
Paulina Leszczynska
Elaine Galvin
Katy Graepel
Aleksandra Kitlinska
Martin Dimov
Siobhán Grandfield
Ciara Daly
Kate Nelligan
Aidan Smyth
Fiona O'Sullivan
BSC (HONOURS) IN INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (LEVELS 7&8)
Interior Architecture involves the design of interiors of buildings, their layout and space planning, fitting, technical and structural resolution, furnishing and decoration, and the preparation of all technical drawings and written documentation, necessary for the carrying out of the work.

Interior Architecture is specific to a building’s interior. It stands at the intersection of Architecture, design of the built environment, sustainability, and conservation. Unlike interior design, it is architecture within the confines of an existing building. As such, the course requires a level of technical competence to compare with that of the architect, as the responsibilities to the client and community are similar.

At CIT, Interior Architecture covers the spectrum of industry specialisms. It involves the initial design and plan for use to accommodate a changed purpose, or a significantly revised design for adaptive reuse of the building shell. It considers structural adaption, sustainable redevelopment strategies, the use of light, air movement, ventilation, horizontal/vertical circulation, and servicing. The practice of Interior Architecture responds to multiple user needs and a wider social responsibility.

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CIT FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE
The Department of Architecture
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Interior Architecture

Dept Phone: +353 21 4335950
Head of Department: Katherine Keane
Head of Faculty: Joe Harrington
Welcome to the Degree Show 2014, Na hOibreacha - The Works. We are proud and excited to give you the chance to experience the work of final year BA (Hons) Fine Art & BA hons Contemporary Applied Art students.

The show opens on Friday the 6th of June at 6pm. The degree show is a fantastic opportunity to catch a glimpse of some of the innovative work produced by students graduating from CIT Crawford College of Art & Design’s Department of Fine Art & Design.
FINE ART & APPLIED ART STUDENTS
Elizabeth Heffernan
Aisling Noone
Hilary Clarke
Mara Muller-Tolk
Peter Martin
Caoimhe Walsh
Elouise Flannery
Sarah Salm
Kevin O'Sullivan
Maria O'Sullivan
Grace O’ Leary
Bridget Loughnane
Kathleen Hurley
David Mathúna
Pat Galvin
Des Fitgerald
Lucy Somers
Constance Roberts
Danielle Hughes
Caoimhe Heaney
Colm O'Brien
Karen O'Shea
Joanna Shuks
Patricia Kickham
Louise O'Shea
David Galvin
Luke Sisk
Lisa Robinson
Ari Downey
Áine Curran
Andrew King
Siobhán O'Connor
Ciarán Kavanagh
Sarah Delaney
Bronagh Griffin
Max McNamee
Mark Dooley
Hayden O'Donnell
Helen Stringer
Peta Beagan
Darragh Wilkins
Mary O'Connor
Margarite Long
Helen Devitt
Gráinne Stewart
Femke Vandenberg
Kevin O'Shea
Lee Lucey
Bren Smyth
Thomas Sanctuary
Deirdre Hurley
Miroslava Pavelkova
Yestin Reboul
Aude D. Gottmann
Ber O'Shea
Róisín Foley
Melanie Mook
Joseph Keating
Róisín Bohan
Lorraine Hogan
Eamonn Shanahan
Siabh Nicoleta Wall
BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) IN FINE ART
The Fine Art programme provides a studio based education in Fine Art, with emphasis on personal creative development. Fine Art describes any art form developed primarily for aesthetics or concept rather than utility. Students are introduced to the skills and philosophies of the practicing artist, and the course prepares them for active careers in the visual arts or for further study to Masters degree level.

Fine Art offers a series of very varied career paths. The course aims to instill individualism and independence. Graduates may build careers as practising artists. Other careers include teaching, photography, multimedia and crafts, and students may find employment in art criticism, as exhibition organisers and art handlers, in foundries, and as technicians and craft assistants.

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BA (HONOURS) IN CONTEMPORARY APPLIED ART (CERAMICS, GLASS, TEXTILES)
Contemporary Applied Art encourages fresh ideas, inventive use of materials and techniques, and offers students the opportunity to critically engage with current practice. The course combines studio projects with practical workshop based sessions, alongside contextual academic studies where ideas, historical reference and making are integrated.

The new and exciting Contemporary Applied Art Degree course explores contemporary ideas, use of materials and offers students the opportunity to creatively develop and make objects. The course combines studio projects and practical workshop based sessions, where idea development and making are integrated. Students have a base studio, where individual and group tutorials, crits and presentations take place. The contextual academic modules combine lectures, seminars, workshops, and tutorials, encouraging a high level of debate and interaction. The programme is staffed by practicing professionals, and visiting lecturers who regularly contribute specialist expertise.

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CIT CRAWFORD COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
Department of Fine Art & Ceramic Design
BA (Honours) in Fine Art
BA (Honours) in Contemporary Fine Art (Ceramics, Glass, Textiles)

Dept Phone: +353 21 4335200
Head of Department: Trish Brennan
Head of College: Orla Flynn