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Photography Award 2017 Print E-mail

This is the eigth Inspirational Arts Photography Award.  When we established the award in 2009, we wanted to give something back to graduating students of photography who supported us then (and continue to support us now). We wanted to encourage new graduates of photography as they take the first difficult steps in their careers after college. The award provides an acknowledgment of their achievements, a showcase for their photography outside of the college context and an entry on their CVs.

Eight years Creating an outline for an essay later, we are delighted that the award is held in such high esteem and we hope it will continue to help graduates of photography in the early stages of their careers.

The award is open to all final year students on the BA Photography programmes at

·      Dublin Institute of Technology

·      Griffith College Dublin

·      Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dun Laoghaire

·      Limerick Institute of Technology

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We invite a leading What can i write my college essay about member of the photography community in Ireland to judge the graduate work What is a character analysis essay and to nominate one student from each college to go forward to the final Award Ceremony and Exhibition. This year we are delighted that Ángel González, Director of the PhotoIreland Festival and of The Library Project, Dublin, has agreed to judge the award on our behalf.

The four nominated Dissertation pour ou contre la television candidates for this year’s award are invited to show their work in a group exhibition at The Library Project, Temple Bar, Dublin from Thursday 5th October to Sunday 22nd October.

 

© Caterina Leone, (DIT).

From her series Chrysalis, 2017.

© Julie Smyth, (GCD).

From her series Inis, 2017.

© Christna Gismondi, (IADT).

From her series Reasons, 2017.

© Gabrielle Drimalovski, (LIT).

From her video film Scopaesthesia, 2017.