School of Creative Media & Visual Arts
The School of Creative Media and Visual Arts offers a wide range of awards across its departments, which include art and design, fashion, photography, multimedia, radio broadcasting, and journalism. Facilities in the school include a new state of the art iMac Lab, iMix online radio studios, Media Suite, and specialised Art rooms
Release your creative talents and develop your skills and ideas base for future creations
My time at LCFE has really boosted my confidence in both my work and my creativity"
Art & Design Department
Courses in the Art & Design Department offer the learner opportunities to develop their Art & Design skills and techniques; learners are given guidance on selecting and creating a portfolio of their best work
Dan Kenny from the department answers your questions.
Our Fashion Department provides learners with a comprehensive knowledge of the fashion trade, with a strong focus on practical skills using traditional and contemporary techniques. Our learners also have the opportunity to develop a fashion-focused portfolio to progress in the education/ fashion industry
Margaret Ryan from the department answers your questions.
Changes in the technology sector have led us to develop vibrant new Multimedia courses within our Multimedia Department. Progression opportunities offer graduates the chance to pursue careers in exciting industries like games design, animation, and software development
Our vibrant, Creative Media Department constantly strives to meet changing broadcast and production industry needs. Courses delivered in a high-tech learning environment, enable learners to gain invaluable experience in the College’s Apple iMac Lab and our brand new Broadcast Media Centre incorporating an online campus radio station - iMix
The Photography Department aims to develop learners’ creative and technical knowledge to enable them to embark on careers as professional photographers and/or to pursue further studies in the photography field
My course has helped me realise my full potential as a creative professional photographer and I am now moving on to Higher Education"
Head of the Department of Creative Media, Eoin McCarthy, answers your questions.