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Culture Night at CTI Senior College

Published 11 months ago 25th September 2021 by Editor

A collaboration between CTI Senior College’s Fine Art, Art Metalwork & Art Portfolio learners and Clonmel’s Tidy Towns Heritage Committee.

In partnership with Clonmel Tidy Towns CTI Senior College are displaying a series of posters entitled, Inspired By, outside our campus on the Mall.

This collection of work, by the students of CTI Senior College’s Fine Art & Art Metalwork courses.celebrates the architecture of Clonmel and explores the relationship between the artist and their surroundings, where familiar places are looked at in new ways.

The general public can follow the trail which informs us of the noble history of our streetscapes while we experience the creative insights shared by the artists:

2020- 2021 Fine Art QQI Level 6

Scots Free Church, Anglesea Street by Thomas Tobin Clonmel Courthouse by Lucy Whyte
Mulcahy House by Kaylyn Carey Keyes

2020-2021 Art Metalwork QQI Level 6

White Memorial Theatre by Emma Ryan
Privates’ Mess Building, Kickham Barracks by Gillian Pirlot
Old St. Mary;s Church by Mary Corcoran
Parkes Chemist, Gladstone Street by Maurguerite Kent
Franciscian Friary by Deirdre Fraughen
Main Guard by Paula Taylor
Richmond Mill by Karen Hughes

2018-2020 Art Portfolio QQI Level 5

CTI Senior College, The Mall by. Evan Meaney
Kaylyn Carey Keyes
Gillian Murray

Zoe Velthuysen Ross Hewitt Megjia Kernikova Conor Hogan Fabian Kolodnyski Lucy Whyte

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