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  • LIT - Staff Info
    ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie Staff Info LIT Art Design Courses LC110 First Year Art Design Staff Info Staff Info Home Staff Info Des MacMahon 061 293 396 Des MacMahon lit ie www desmacmahon ie ABOUT Des Mac Mahon is currently a lecturer in First year LSAD He has been involved in the Print Dept since it became a full time course in one way or another as a student a technician and as a lecturer He has been involved in teaching on every level of the course from first year through to post graduate Des was actively involved in the setting up of the Limerick Printmakers and remains an active participant in this group He is a practicing artist and printmaker and exhibits regularly Mary Nagle Year 1 staff Mary Nagle lit ie ABOUT From 1982 to present she has been engaged in professional graphic design practice Projects undertaken have ranged from cultural educational and corporate Sarah O Flaherty Sarah OFlaherty lit ie ABOUT Sarah O Flaherty works as a professional artist at her sculpture studio she also has a bronze foundry Cork Bronze She has completed a number of large public commissions and exhibits her work on a regular basis Kieran Whitelaw Year 1 staff Kieran Whitelaw lit ie ABOUT Kieran Whitelaw has his own ceramic studio in Killaloe He is actively involved in the wider ceramic community giving and attending workshops making his own work and designing prototypes for industry He has acted as a judge and mentor for the Craft Council of Ireland and as MC for the Ceramics Ireland symposium in Thomastown 2009 2011 As part of the Limerick Ceramic Group Kieran and the group staged an exhibition Then Now June Sept 2011 Over the last 15 years he has been involved in the Nenagh Summer camp for children with special needs Roisin Lewis MULTIMEDIA DRAWING AND LENS BASED MEDIA STAFF Roisin Lewis lit ie ABOUT After graduating from NCAD with a BA in Fine Art Róisín completed an MFA at the University of Ulster and an MSc in Multimedia systems at Trinity College Dublin The focus of her work in general is the artistic analysis of perception and in particular the correlation between spatial and temporal experience and drawing processes She exhibits in Ireland and internationally and teaches drawing at LSAD Michael Canning Year 1 staff Michael Canning lit ie ABOUT Michael Canning has maintained a studio practice in the areas of painting sculpture and printmaking since 1992 exhibiting in Ireland and internationally since that time He is represented in Ireland by Hillsboro Fine Art Dublin and internationally by Waterhouse and Dodd London and New York Paul Gardiner Course Leader Animation Motion Design Paul Gardiner lit ie

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  • LIT - Exhibit
    Admissions Registration Support Computer Services Disability Specific Learning Difficulties Exams Flexible Learning Learning Support Library Student Union OTHER SERVICES Accommodation Careers Chaplaincy Counselling Development Office Financial Assistance International Office Millennium Theatre Student Health ONLINE RESOURCES Moodle Print Account Student Email Student Portal Timetables Turn it in LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie CAMPUS LIFE CAMPUS LIFE Academic Calendar News Events Services Accommodation Office Culture Community in Limerick Millennium Theatre SPORTS CLUBS SOCIETIES Clubs and Societies Sports Recreation Student Radio Student Union Green Campus LOCATIONS Moylish Clare Street Ennis George s Quay Thurles Clonmel LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ENTERPRISE RESEARCH ENTERPRISE Enterprise Ladder Innovation Vouchers Hartnett EAC National Franchise Centre Enterprise START Market Link Enterprise News Events RESEARCH Research LIT Masters Ph D Research Opportunities Research Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information

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  • Admissions - ApplicationForms
    Handbook LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie CURRENT STUDENTS STUDY SUPPORT Access Admissions Registration Support Computer Services Disability Specific Learning Difficulties Exams Flexible Learning Learning Support Library Student Union OTHER SERVICES Accommodation Careers Chaplaincy Counselling Development Office Financial Assistance International Office Millennium Theatre Student Health ONLINE RESOURCES Moodle Print Account Student Email Student Portal Timetables Turn it in LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie CAMPUS LIFE CAMPUS LIFE Academic Calendar News Events Services Accommodation Office Culture Community in Limerick Millennium Theatre SPORTS CLUBS SOCIETIES Clubs and Societies Sports Recreation Student Radio Student Union Green Campus LOCATIONS Moylish Clare Street Ennis George s Quay Thurles Clonmel LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ENTERPRISE RESEARCH ENTERPRISE Enterprise Ladder Innovation Vouchers Hartnett EAC National Franchise Centre Enterprise START Market Link Enterprise News Events RESEARCH Research LIT Masters Ph D Research Opportunities Research Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie Admissions LIT Admissions Pages ApplicationForms Admissions Application Forms Professional Master of Education in Art and Design with Digital Media Art and Design Teacher Education Application Pack MA in Social Practice and the Creative Environment SPACE Application Form Information Sheet

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  • LIT - News
    Radio Student Union Green Campus LOCATIONS Moylish Clare Street Ennis George s Quay Thurles Clonmel LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ENTERPRISE RESEARCH ENTERPRISE Enterprise Ladder Innovation Vouchers Hartnett EAC National Franchise Centre Enterprise START Market Link Enterprise News Events RESEARCH Research LIT Masters Ph D Research Opportunities Research Centres Postgraduate Courses R D Strategy Shannon ABC European Projects DEVELOPMENT Development Office Industry E U Funding National Development Plan LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie ABOUT ABOUT About LIT Welcome From The President Academic Council Governing Body Useful Information Academic Calendar Freedom Of Information Reports Procedures Plans Useful Links Vacancies LIT STAFF Search the staff directory CONTACT US Contact Details LIT Moylish Park Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 293000 Fax 353 61 293001 Email Information lit ie News LIT News News Home News MA in Interdisciplinary Design Practice 20 05 2013 Course Description LSAD has just launched a new MA in Interdisciplinary Design Practice an exciting and dynamic programme that aims to develop interdisciplinary design practitioners design professionals who understand how design interacts with the wider world who can comfortably fit into a number of design roles and who can work confidently and competently with other design marketing and business practitioners This is a one year 90 credit MA developed in conjunction with stakeholders in the design profession including professional bodies and employers The MA in Interdisciplinary Design Practice reflects the value of a collaborative interdisciplinary approach to design as problem solving the importance of awareness of global issues in design and is designed to fill industry identified gaps in the skill sets of designers graduating from degree programmes in terms of business enterprise and marketing Open to

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  • LIT - LC518 Digital Animation Production
    a new type of graduate who possesses a unique blend of artistic and technological skills In this programme you will learn how to create design and develop 2D 3D animation that meets the needs of a range of sectors in the creative industries In addition to developing your artistic ability you will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to produce a range of digital media assets and the ability to publish these in a wide variety of formats The programme provides advanced modules in both the creative and technical processes involved in producing computer generated animation Who is the programme suited to The programme is suited to individuals with an artistic ability who wish to produce high quality digital animations by combining their artistic creativity with technical know how Top 3 Reasons 1 With state of the art facilities and an abundance of links to the animation and design industries LIT LSAD Clonmel s Digital Animation programme is your best choice for a career in the area of Digital Animation 2 Take lectures with award winning animators from leading Irish animation and games development companies Gain valuable work experience in practising studios help create broadcast quality animations and collaborate with professionals 3 Study on a college campus with a reputation for innovative and diverse digital media However we don t skip on traditional methods either learn key skills and techniques not to mention the ability to create contacts and work alongside members of Ireland s animation community Class Contact Hours Year 1 24 hours per week Year 2 24 hours per week Year 3 18 hours per week Year 4 16 hours per week Other Information Pen and Pixel Exhibition LIT LSAD Clonmel hosts the Pen and Pixel exhibition annually a digital media festival that brings our Digital Animation and Creative Multimedia students face to face with industry specialists Check out http www penandpixel ie for more information Our Clonmel campus also has an active and exciting Animation Society Field trips are an integral part of the creative programme and involve participation and attendance at art exhibitions conference and seminars and sharing ideas with like minded people Useful Links http www facebook com animation lit Year 1 Multimedia Technology Web Development I Drawing Principles I Visual Communications I Audio I Interpersonal Development Drawing Principles II Visual Communications II Interactive Programming I Animation I Visual Storytelling for Animation and Games 3D Modelling I Year 2 Drawing Principles III Visual Communications III Video I Media Writing Interactive Programming II Illustration for Animation I Drawing Principles IV Photography Critical and Contextual Studies Effective Teamwork Animation II Computer Generated Imagery Year 3 Animation III Preparation for Professional Practice Audio II Management of Digital Media Projects Historical Contextual and Research Studies Professional Development Illustration for Animation II Video II Public Relations Employment Placement Narrative Compositing and Pre Visualization Year 4 Animation IV Motion Production I Production Processes Studio Project Dissertation Emerging Technologies and Trends in the Digital Media Industry Motion Production II Venture Management Media

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  • LSAD Masters
    Diploma in art and design teaching at 2 2 and or Honours degree in art craft design at 2 2 Pre requisite currently teaching in mainstream education or involved in art craft or design work in an alternative educational setting for example further education higher education PLC museum gallery arts centre health facility For further information contact Muriel Dinneen School Administrator Limerick School of Art and Design LIT Clare Street

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  • LSAD Masters
    engagement practices For example alongside VLE course management forum discussions and the like blogs are used for profiles and art and design curriculum work whilst wikis provide a platform for the co creation of research materials The following chart is intended to highlight distinctive aspects of the programme especially in relation to participation and contribution What the Programme IS NOT What the Programme IS Participants in the programme will not be working in isolation The central point of the programme is to create a community of practice The community is a close knit group of art educators participants and tutors who work together to examine and follow through on new ideas The programme is not delivered in the traditional sense of participants being given content to cover and respond to Some content for example in the form of articles and web sites will be presented though mainly participants will be working together in association with tutors to search for content and co author reports For this reason participants will need to be highly motivated and pro active The programme is not about the use of technology as such Online communication is core to the programme so participants will develop skills in using Web 2 0 social software However the main point is one of taking advantage of the technology to encourage and support ongoing conversations within the community about ideas and work Participants in the programme will not be expected to undertake written thesis Instead of a formal academic thesis participants will complete short often multi media based assignments in collaboration with other community members and a short research report Research focuses on self study a living inquiry into one s personal artistic professional life Assessment is not something that is tagged on at the end and conducted just by tutors The programme involves participants monitoring work so self and peer assessment methods are integrated into the programme activities In effect much attention is given to how participants see their own and others learning and take responsibility for their own input and decisions The programme is not a pre packaged entity The idea of nurturing a community of practice is by definition a work in progress something that is a creative challenge and opportunity for all concerned In this regard the programme is better thought of as an organic entity as a voyage of discovery rather than a blue print In short participants will need to commit themselves to contributing to the community in order for it to grow The programme does not specify an exact workload input for participants per week Because it is online the programme is flexible which means that participants workloads can vary according to circumstances That said you could imagine your workload being in the order of eighteen hours per week broken down roughly into five hours communicating and collaborating with the online community five hours searching and reviewing content and other periods spending time making art design work In other words the pattern of

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  • LSAD Masters
    ceramic forms mostly for presents so she is attracted by the concept of connecting her own work with her teaching even though she is quite unsure about how this might work Reckoning that her students private use of technology is increasing at considerable pace each year she is concerned as well that she is missing out on the use of digital equipment and the Internet in her teaching So there are a number of reasons why she is thinking of applying to the MA programme chief among them being that she sees teaching as her life she has a passion for art and design and for teaching and is intrigued by the notion of joining an online community especially one that would function on the basis of both shared autonomy and self direction She has a longish career ahead of her still but at this stage she senses that to grow professionally she needs to grow personally She thinks she would be energised by both the creative studio element and the group work aspects of the programme and she knows deep down that she has a lot to offer other art and design teachers in terms of her experience and commitment TEACHER PROFILE TONY Tony originally from Dublin teaches in a co ed school in Co Mayo He only recently obtained a full time post having worked on a part time basis at the school for the past four years In that time he became involved in several extra curricular school clubs and as he would put it built up the subject almost from scratch He is proud of the way he and the students have turned the artroom into an open plan multi purpose space with displays of work on every surface even the beams of the ceiling are

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