Thursday, June 02, 2005

Today in the Event Guide

Stevo will be proud.

The article:


If you’re looking for variety in an exhibition, this year’s DIT Graduate Exhibition offers just that. The exhibition is based in two venues in Temple Bar – The Photo Archive and Film Base (formally the Art House). This year’s exhibition is titled Cream of the Crop. It’s an apt name for the showcase, given that it features many already established photographers, along with media arts students displaying their video drama and documentary and radio production.

Photography’s next big things will display their final projects, which are a culmination of four years in DIT’s graduate programme. It’s an excellent opportunity to see the hottest and freshest photography and photographers in Ireland. DIT’s School of Media students scooped five awards at the recent Oxygen Smedia awards, including photographer of the year, Miss Lili.

The subjects presented at the exhibition include an exciting take on Alice In Wonderland, Insomnia and ballerinas with buffalos (ah, students!). All of the work is also for sale, so if you want to pick up an exciting one off piece or art, you know where to go.

The DIT Graduate Show runs in The National Photographic Archive, Meeting House Square 31st May – 10th June, and in Film Base on Curved Street from 31st May – 4th June. Admission is free.

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