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LCFE 9th Annual Photography Exhibition Opens

Date: 18 Mar 2011

Another major event on the Limerick College of Further Education calendar took place this month. 1st Year photography learners are exhibiting a selection of their work at the College’s 9th Annual Photography Exhibition which opened at the South Court Hotel, Raheen, on Wednesday 16th March and runs for the rest of the year.

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Work by: Leanne Aherne

The learners recently embarked on the annual Photography Department’s tour, visiting various towns and cities in the North African Kingdom of Morocco. A selection of the images, captured by learners on the trip, are also part of the current exhibition.

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Work by: Mary McCarthy

The photography exhibition will run at the South Court Hotel for the entire year. Members of the public interested in purchasing any of the works can do so by contacting the relevant learners directly. Previous LCFE photography exhibitions at the venue have been highly successful. Commenting on the current showcase, Eoin McCarthy, LCFE Photography Department, said, “Staging an exhibition like this requires a huge commitment on the part of learners and the teaching staff at the College. We were again delighted to give members of the public an opportunity to view the calibre of work by LCFE photographic learners in this open setting.”

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Work by: Tom Micks

Limerick College of Further Education is currently accepting enrolments for courses commencing September 2011. The Photography Department at LCFE currently runs two 1-year full time courses. Learners who successfully complete the courses receive FETAC Level 5 and Level 6 awards in Photography. At the end of the 2nd year learners also receive a Higher Professional Diploma in Photography. Both courses are designed to enable learners to develop an understanding of the variety of roles and skills undertaken throughout the photographic industry.