Curiouser and Curiouser art  exhibition

Curiouser and Curiouser art exhibition

Date: 7th May 2013 - 16th May 2013
Time: 9-5 | Monday - Friday
Venue: James Barry Exhibition Centre
Cost:Free

Curiouser and Curiouser
Art Exhibition

 

An exhibition by Cork Institute of Technology, Early Years Education and
Montessori Art Students, will be held at the James Barry Exhibition
Centre CIT(May 7th-16th) Their art work transports us to the world of
Alice in Wonderland, filled with strange and magical characters and
events. These resourceful CIT students use 'free and found' materials,
to create colourful wall pieces, imaginative stage props, shadow-puppets
and dioramas. The exhibition is the culmination of 2 teaching modules:
Creative Arts 3 and Theatre Production; Lecturer Evelyn Egan Rainy
Coinciding with the Art Exhibition is the Theatre Production students'
adaptation of Alice in  Wonderland directed by lecturer Julie Meaghan.
It will be staged on May 7th at CIT for children from local Primary
schools and some Early Learners.

A public auction of all Art pieces will be held on the evening of May
16th, with proceeds going to Cork University Hospital (CUH) Paediatric
Ward, Play/Education Room.

The 'auctioneer' on the night, is our very own, inimitable, Pakie O
Callaghan!
Exhibition Centre Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9 a.m.-5p.m.

 


Auction: May 16th at 7 PM in the James Barry Exhibition Centre Welcome
one and all!

 

 

 

CHARTIY ART AUCTION

An auction of all Art pieces will be held on the evening of May 16th at 19:00, with proceeds going to Cork University Hospital (CUH) Paediatric  Ward Play/Education Room.

 

Welcome one and all!

 

Alice in Wonderland

The forthcoming exhibition by Early Years (EYE Year 1 & 3) and Montessori (Year 3) students, will be held in the James Barry Exhibition Centre May 7th -16th. The students illustrate the magical story of Alice, as they transport us into her fantasy-world, full of strange and wonderous characters and events.
The costumes, props, wall pieces, shadow puppets and dioramas are the combined effort of  EYE and Montessori students.

The EYE students' individual Art pieces were created by using 'free and found' materials only; what would  generally be termed 'junk'.
The aim of the exhibition is to showcase the students' work, expressed in 2 and 3 dimensional forms, using a variety of techniques. These include printmaking, painting, paper weaving,collage and papier–mache.

The exhibition is the culmination of 3 groups Art-Module work, under the direction of their tutor Evelyn Egan Rainy.

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