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Limerick School of Art & Design


Head of School Mr. James Greenslade, B.Tech, M.Tech


Head of Department of Fine Art Ms. Tracey Fahey, BA, MEd, MIDI


Head of Department of Design Mr. Mike Fox, M.A.


For further information contact


Limerick School of Art & Design Tel: 061 293871 www.lit.ie/LSAD


Limerick School of Art & Design (LSAD) is a world renowned centre of fine art and design with an award winning reputation.


We offer Honours Degree (Level 8) programmes in Design – in Fashion, Visual Communications, Ceramics, Fashion Knit and Textiles, Animation and Motion Design, and in Fine Art – in Painting, Printmaking & Contemporary Practice, Sculpture & Combined Media and Photography & Lens Based Media. On our Clonmel campus, we also offer undergraduate programmes in Game Art & Design, Digital Animation Production and Creative Multimedia.


The college also has a dedicated Centre for Postgraduate Studies which offers a number of postgraduate courses of study; a Professional Masters in Education (Art and Design with Digital Media), an MA in Art and Design (Social Practice and the Creative Environment), an MA in Art and Design Education, an MA in Interdisciplinary Design Practice and research accreditation for research postgraduate programmes (in fine art, design and curatorial studies) up to Masters (Level 9) and PhD (Level 10). For more details see www.lit.ie/postgraduate


A significant factor in LSAD’s success story is the student-oriented philosophy. Incoming students of first year Art and Design (LC110) share a common first year which allows them to experience different areas in fine art and design which informs their final selection of a discipline.


Today, LSAD offers an


attractive option to students of fine art and design. Its


significant history and dynamic reputation make it an appealing choice for students.


Graduates include artists John Shinnors, Jack Donovan, Donald Teskey and Nevan


LeHart and designers Joanne Hynes, Una Burke, Richard Seabrooke and Karen Morgan. The long history of student success in national and international art and design competitions shows the high creative standards of the student body. These competitions include the Triumph International Awards, Persil Fashion Awards, Gillette Venue Awards, the Golden Egg Awards, the AIB Fashion Bursary and the Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Design Awards. Students have also worked on a number of outstanding fine art public commissions with partners in Limerick Civic Trust, City of Culture and the Emergency Services.


Please feel free to drop in and view the LSAD Gallery, which frequently hosts exhibitions of art and design. More formal tours can be arranged by appointment.


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