SETU|Waterford and Garter Lane Arts Centre are delighted to announce this year’s Visual Art Degree exhibition, My Teeth Hurt, My Hands Hurt, My Feet Hurt, opening to the public at Garter Lane Gallery from 3rd June running until 1st July.
This year’s exhibition brings together the work of the final year students to celebrate and share with the public the extraordinary artworks that has been produced by this diverse and talented group of emerging artists. My Teeth Hurt, My Hands Hurt, My Feet Hurt address themes as varied as identity within the digital age, time and our existence within it, climate change, trauma, loss, and dystopian worlds.
SETU|Waterford once again have the pleasure of collaborating with RDS Visual Art Award, GOMA, Cork Print Makers, The National Sculpture Factory, NOVAS and Garter Lane Arts Centre to be able to offer a number of prestigious industry awards. The announcement of the prizes will take place during the run of the exhibition on the College Street Campus (open from Wednesday 24th– Wednesday 31st May, 10am-4pm daily)
To find out more about each of the students and their work visit www.setudegreeshow.com or on the SETU Visual Art Instagram page, @setuvisualartdept
For further information contact Sandra Kelly, Visual Arts & Outreach Manager, Garter Lane Arts Centre: T 051 877153. E: firstname.lastname@example.org or Programme Leader, Dr Susan Connolly. E: email@example.com