Dazzling neon-glass installation attracts media attention
TY Students' Creative Engagement Project received extremely positive comments in a recent article in the Irish Independent.
Check out the full article: Pandemic fails to put a stop to students’ creative endeavours for innovative art exhibition
The official Creative Engagement Exhibition Catalogue has also been released with a wonderful feature on the project entitled Neon Wellness - Creative voice on page 20.
But most importantly of all, in many respects, for those of us students and staff who walk into the lobby in Chanel College on a daily basis, our day is now brightened and we can stop in the light to admire for ourselves the amazing and immense artwork mounted on the wall.
And contemplate the message that the TY artists want to convey and Luke Talbot put so well in the Irish Independent: "the main point of it is how we are all connected and the lines represent everyone's voice and creativity. The piece shows how we all come together in an environment like school and work together” .
Well done again and thank you to Ms Reilly and all the TY students involved.