Griffith Creative Show 2022

Griffith College, Thursday 9th June - Thursday 16th June

Come along to Griffith College Dublin's Creative Week, launching on June 9th, to see our Graduate Student Showcase and celebrate the creativity and innovation of our graduating class of 2022.

Griffith College's Creative Show encapsulates the creativity, imagination, drive, and determination of our students, offering them a platform to display their work and inspire future years to come. There will be work on display from the following courses:

· Fashion Design
· Film & TV Production
· Graphic Communication Design
· Interior Architecture
· Interior Design
· Interactive Digital Media
· Photographic Media

The Creative Show will launch on June 9th at 5:30pm at our campus on South Circular road, running until June 16th.

Exhibition Times
· Thursday, 9th June – 5:30pm to 9:30pm (Launch Night)
· Friday, 10th June – 12pm to 6pm (Computing exhibit closed)
· Saturday, 11th June – 12pm to 6pm
· Sunday, 12th June – 12pm to 6pm
· Monday, 13th June – 12pm to 6pm
· Tuesday, 14th June – 12pm to 6pm (Design Faculty exhibits ends)
· Wednesday, 15th June – 12pm to 6pm (Photography and Film only)
· Thursday, 16th of June – 12pm to 6pm (Photography and Film exhibit ends)

For more information on the event, please contact

Thursday 9th June - Thursday 16th June
Griffith College, South Circular Road, Saint Catherine's, Dublin 8, Ireland

Google Map of Griffith College, South Circular Road, Saint Catherine's, Dublin 8, Ireland

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