Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) is delighted to announce that Stuart Anderson, a recent graduate of the BA (Hons) in Applied Music has been named as a Winning and Highly Commended Entrant at the Undergraduate Awards 2017.
Kevin McElroy, a final year student on the BA in Media Arts and Technology, was recently announced as a finalist in the “Big Pitcher” event at Animation Dingle which is part of the Dingle International Film Festival.
DkIT Ceol Oirghialla's annual Spring Choral Concert takes place on Thursday 6 April in St Nicholas' (Green) Church, Dundalk at 7.30pm.
On the 10th of February, seven third-year film students travelled to Berlinale (Berlin International Film Festival), one of the world’s leading film festivals.
The excitement is mounting as students from the Music Theatre ensemble, Dundalk Institute of Technology get ready to perform 21 songs celebrating the themes of Love, Friendship and Family.
A weekend of words, music and drama celebrating the life of Dundalk-born Dorothy Macardle will take place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Dundalk Gaol.
“Every defining moment of my adult life has been hip-hop related. Most Irish men my age, when they think back to making their Confirmation will think of looking forward to how much money they would get.
Bachelor of Arts in Video & Film Production short film Strawberry will be shown at The Capital Irish Film Festival in Washington D.C this weekend. The festivals runs from the 2th – 5th March.
The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music Visiting Guest Series continues on Thursday 16 February at 3pm in P1081 with a workshop by Vinny Murphy on Acting for Camera.
The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music Visiting Guest Series continues on Thursday 9 February at 3pm in P1078 with a workshop by Seán Mac an tSíthigh entitled: ‘Video Journalism’.
A group of lecturers and students from Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) will travel to Norway this February to take part in the Rauland Winter Music Festival.
The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music will host their annual Christmas concert on Thursday 15 December in the Parish Church of St. Nicholas, Nicholas Street, Dundalk at 7:30 pm.
The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music has announced the recipient of the 2016-2017 Michael Van Dessel Choral Conducting Scholar Award.
The Creative Media Visiting Guest Series recommences on Thursday October 6 at 2pm in P1078 with a workshop by filmmaker Alan Lambert entitled: ‘Making Non-Narrative Feature Films in Ireland’.
The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music 2016-2017 Visiting Guest Series will commence with a public talk and Q&A session with Aaron Casey of the Irish Music Rights Organisation, IMRO this Thursday, 22 September from 2-3.30pm in P1078.
Family Portrait, a documentary film produced by students at DkIT about the experiences of children in one-parent families, has been selected for this year’s Fingal Film Fleadh.
A showcase of work from DkIT final year students from the BA Music & Audio Production took place on Wednesday, 25th May at the Spirit Store, a key local incubator for music in Dundalk.
The 22nd Music Research Colloquium will take place on Thursday 19 May in the Carroll Building commencing at 9.30am.
Game Composition Students Attend IDIG-2016 in RDS.
The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music Visiting Guest Series continues on Thursday 21 April at 2pm in the MacAnna Theatre with a lecture by Anne-Sophie Mongeau.
DkIT Choir and Chamber Choir will perform a concert of choral music on Thursday 14 April at 7pm in St Nicholas' Church, Bridge Street, Dundalk under the direction of Annalisa Monticelli and Dr David Connolly.
Congratulations to a team of Creative Media students on winning the Comedy and Entertainment Category at the Royal Television Society Annual Student Television Awards.