‘Vision 2020’ exhibition at the West Cork Hotel

Eleven art students from the West Cork Campus, College of Commerce will be showcasing their ‘work-in-progress’ at an amazing new exhibition space at the West Cork Hotel, Skibbereen from February 8-14.

Curated by Aisling Roche and Paula Marten, the exhibition, which will include ceramics, painting, drawing and sculpture will showcase the work of these passionate and enthusiastic students, as they individually and collectively progress on their creative journey.

Through a diverse range of disciplines and techniques the group explore, challenge and re-imagine personal experiences or subjects covering a range of themes including, Growing and Forgotten Language, Flowing and Natural Forms, Masks and Emotions, Time and Remembering, Found Items Reanimated, Finding Oneself, Seasons and Reasons, Meditation and Healing, and Rebirth and Renewal.

Students will also be giving demonstrations throughout the week for people to learn more about the various mediums and processes involved in creating the work. Come and experience this exciting new work from a unique group of fresh and innovative emerging artists.  

Renowned supporter of West Cork art and artists, Catherine Hammond, will officially open the exhibition on Saturday, February 8 at 2pm. 

The exhibition is open Monday to Friday, 11-6pm, with late opening until 8pm on Thursday, February 13.  

WCP Staff

WCP Staff Writer

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