Bray Institute of Further Education holds graduate show day
CREATIVE and academic students at Bray Institute of Further Education got to demonstrate their talent last week, with an open evening as well as graduate art and fashion shows.
The students at BIFE have been putting their time and energy into their work throughout the academic year.
The college art and design exhibition was underway from Wednesday to Friday of last week, with a range of pieces and collections showing a wealth of ability and knowledge at the Novara Road facility.
The fashion students held their show on Thursday night, with an open evening also on Thursday. The open evening included in- formation, demonstrations and displays from across the college, including gym instruction and sports studies.
There were also representations by the television and film production course, furniture design, culinary arts and many more.
Some of the material included at the range of events included fashion designer Hollie Davies’ collection ‘Break the Stigma’, about anxiety and panic attacks.
The courses available at BIFE include everything from computing and science, to business, dance, sport, child care, beauty therapy and much more. To find out more and find out how to register, go to www.bife.ie.
Fashion Design student Hollie Davies with her collection ‘Break the Stigma’, about anxiety and panic attacks.
Anya Paine, Emma McEneaney, Melissa D’Agostini and Robert Hennessy.
Brendan Culleton, Irina Maldea, Una Roe and Gill Roe.
Sarah McSharry, James Creamer and Dillon Theodor in the art, craft and design room.