Deborah tells how WIT gave her a good foundation to start her Art career

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Deborah Reidy's "Portrait of sculptor Mark Maher" as exhibited at the prestigious Royal Hibernian Academy Dublin (WD152)

BA (Hons) in Visual Art Graduate, Deborah Reidy's graduate exhibition was a series of self-portraits portraying the seven deadly sins

"To have my work hanging next to Ian Cumberland's work and in the same room as other artists I admire, like Colin Davidson and the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) members, is an absolute honour. It inspires me to keep going and work even harder at it.

My time at WIT helped me to develop the discipline to work on art every day. I enjoyed first year especially where I spent a lot of time on the basics of drawing and colour theory. It is a great course for trying out different disciplines and developing and following through with concepts for projects.

My graduate exhibition in WIT was a series of self-portraits portraying the seven deadly sins.

WIT gave me a good foundation to start my art career."


Study BA Hons in Visual Arts at WIT

The Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts at WIT is a four-year level 8 course. the course recognises the continuing significance of more traditional art forms of art, such as drawing and painting, and these are incorporated into the programme. New media and the development of a comprehensive understanding of contemporary critical theory is also heavily focused on in the programme.

Students who qualify from the BA (Hons) in Visual Art will find employment as: Professional Artists, Computer Animators and Arts Management.

Students who meet certain requirements and wish to seek out further education can take part in the MA in Arts & Heritage Management at WIT.

Course Code: WD152

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Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in  Visual Art

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