CIT students showcase their skills in CHROMA – The Next Generation exhibition

The culmination of more than thirty weeks work is on display at the James Barry Exhibition Centre in Cork’s Institute of Technology (CIT) as the students of Media Communications come together to showcase their work in CHROMA – The Next Generation.

Both the Visual Communications and Multimedia degree programmes have come together to display their final year projects. The work is a mix of digital platforms and print based design.

Their drive and innovation, mixed with the latest digital technologies, will highlight the skills of a new generation of graduates from CIT.

Head of Department, Rose McGrath, is delighted with how innovative the students have been.

“I’ve been involved with these exhibitions over a number of years and the creativity and the ability of the students continues to astound me.

"This exhibition shows the dedication of all the students, and the staff, on each of the courses.”

CHROMA – The Next Generation is also of interest to local industry as they pay attention to the new talent coming into the sector.

Chris Davies of Doddle Creative says, “I look forward to the exhibition each year to see the new talent emerging and their creative process”.


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