This year’s Visual Art degree exhibition at SETU addresses themes of identity within the digital age, time and our existence within it, climate change, loss, and dystopian worlds.

‘My Teeth Hurt, My Hands Hurt, My Feet Hurt’ opens on Thursday 25 May from 6-9pm at SETU’s College Street Campus. This year’s exhibition publicly shares the extraordinary artworks that have been produced by a talented group of emerging artists.

SETU have collaborated with Garter Lane Arts Centre, RDS Visual Art Awards, GOMA, Cork Printmakers, The National Sculpture Factory, and NOVAS to offer prestigious industry awards. The announcement of the prizes will take place at the opening event on Thursday.

Exhibiting students include James Atkins, Burke, Brigitta Butler, Maddie Cahill Byrne, Maia de Faveri, Michael Doyle, Dave Grant, Caoilfhionn Hanton, Maria Loughlin, Rachel Roberts and Eamon Wall.