Fine Art - Print Contemporary Practice

Limerick Institute of Technology


Course Name Fine Art - Print Contemporary Practice
Course Provider Limerick Institute of Technology
Course Code 21145 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Higher Education Direct Entry
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Honours Bachelor (Level 8 NFQ)  More info... Major Limerick Institute of Technology Level 8 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Limerick City
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Limerick Admissions, apply to:
Admissions Office, LIT,
Moylish Park,
Tel: 061 293262

Applications received after 1st May will only be considered for places as vacancies arise.

Tipperary Campuses Admissions, apply to:
Admissions Office,
LIT Thurles Campus,
Nenagh Road,
Co. Tipperary
Tel: 0504 28072
Qualification Letters BA (Hons)
Duration 3 Year Specialisation following LC110 First Year Art & Design (Common Entry).

Class Hours: 23 hrs per week. As the programme progresses, the course of study becomes increasingly self-directed.
Entry Requirements Entry into Print Contemporary Practice is by competition and selection during LC110 First Year Art & Design (Common Entry).
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Interview Yes
Portfolio Yes
Course Content

The Print Contemporary Practice (PCP) programme has been developed with the needs of the student as core to the delivery of this fine art specialisation. The programme focuses on scaffold learning and teaching methodolo...

Subjects Taught

Year 2: Development of skills acquisition. The student will have acquired a basic understanding of printmaking techniques in Year 1. The focus of Year 2 will be building on those skills and growing a broader base of techniques while simulta...

Comment LOCATION: Clare Street Campus, Limerick
Careers or Further Progression WHAT CAN I DO AFTER THE PROGRAMME?
Graduates are encouraged to explore numerous exit pathways from the programme. The programme offers graduates transferable skills that are adaptable for the field of fine art, education, management, design, administration and cultural development. Graduates work as independent printmakers, printmaking studio directors, printmaking technicians, interdisciplinary artists, art educationalists, teachers, researchers, curators, graphic artists.
Further Enquiries Contact: Ms. Fiona Quill,
Programme Leader
Tel: 061 293871
Graduate website: