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Terence Erraught

Journalism & Media Communications

Dublin Main Campus
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Academic Qualifications: 
M.A. in Visual Arts Practices, BA (Hons) in Fine Art.

Terence Erraught is a lecturer and practicing visual artist based in Dublin. Terence holds a Master’s Degree (2011, M.A. in Visual Arts Practices) and an honours Degree in Fine Art (2007, BA (Hons.) Fine Art). Academic and industry based qualifications include Web based and online tools with a broad knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite (2009, Certificate in Digital Design for Website Production), video editing (2010, Apple Certified Final Cut Pro) and teaching (2015, Certificate in Training & Education). He lectures in the Faculty of Journalism, the faculty of Design and leads a short course at Griffith College Dublin in ‘Layout and Graphic Design’, ‘Visual Communications’, ‘Web Design’, ‘Online Screen Media’, ‘Film & Visual Culture’ and is a Master’s supervisor. Terence has received multiple awards throughout his creative career which have aided in developing his practice (2015; Fingal Arts Bursary, Fingal County Council, 2014; Travel and Training Award, Irish Arts Council, 2012; New Project Award, Irish Arts Council) alongside undertaking national and international residencies (2015; NIDA Art Colony, Nida, Lithuania, 2012; Curatorial Residency Award, Market Studios, Ireland). As a practicing visual artist, Terence’s work encompasses predominantly digital video, video installation and performative events with a strong focus on the use of paint, (recycled) cardboard, cameras and domestic materials. Artworks have been shown in galleries and festivals nationally and internationally including; Los Angles Centre for Digital Art (Los Angeles, California), Riverside Studios (London, England), The MART (Dublin, Ireland), Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (Dublin, Ireland), The LAB (Dublin, Ireland), Custom House Studios and Gallery (Mayo, Ireland), The Shed (Galway, Ireland), Cross Gallery (Dublin, Ireland), National Botanical Gardens (Dublin, Ireland).​