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Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland
The Blogsite for Design At AIT, showcasing the work of the students on the BA in Design [Communications], BA[Hons] in Design in Visual Communications, and the BA[Hons] in Design for Digital Media courses at the Athlone Institute of Technology.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

’Straying Closer To The Truth’



On Friday November 27th at 7.30pm, an exhibition entitled ‘Straying Closer To The Truth’ opens at the Franciscan Friary Multyfarnham, featuring a variety of artists who have availed of the two week residencies provided free by the Friars since May 2008.

Two of our staff members will be exhibiting. The show runs until Friday December 4th, and is open for seven days from 10am and will close soon after each evening programme has finished. A range of workshops, performances and symposia are open to any member of the public who wishes to avail of them throughout the week.

In case you’re wondering, Multyfarnham is six miles outside Mullingar off the main Dublin/Sligo road. It’ll be well worth the visit.

www.strayingclosertomulty.com

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Alright. We’re ready for you.









We’re open for business at the AIT Open Days tomorrow, Friday 13th November, from 10am to 1pm, and again on Saturday 14th at the same time. Why not drop in to see us?

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

AIT Open Days 2009

On Friday 13th and Saturday 14th November coming, the Athlone Institute of Technology Open Days are happening at the main campus on the Dublin road.

Design at AIT will have their usual space towards the stage end of the multi-purpose hall, and will be showcasing work from all year groups from the three courses we have on offer.

In our infinite wisdom, we have decided to move the portfolio advice service downstairs beside the exhibited work this year. This service is available to any student who is seriously considering applying to AIT for design in February 2010.

Some of our current cohort of students will also be on site to give you their view of the courses, as well as our staff members who will be very happy to talk to anybody interested in pursuing visual communications or multimedia as a career.