Digital Video and Story Telling

When: Semester Two. Course starts 16th January 2024 (date tbc) and runs on Tuesdays from 6.30pm - 9.00pm

Course Application Open Date: 1st December 2023

Course Application Deadline: 12th January 2024

Course Fee: €300

Tutor: Colette Lewis


What is the course about?

This course offers students the opportunity to advance their skills in the creative and technical application of digital video production processes. It focuses on developing the students’ knowledge and practice of visual literacy principles in storytelling approaches used in documentary, fiction, and artists’ moving image practices. Students will research and develop their own video project and learn to critically reflect and evaluate their own work within the dynamic and expanded field of moving image culture. It is expected that students will work outside of class hours to create video content to develop a video project for group discussion and analysis.

Tutor Profile

Lecturer Colette Lewis is a visual artist and educator working in lens-based digital media and social art practices. She has taught lens-based media for over ten years in various institutions in Ireland. She received an MA in Visual Art Practices from Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology. Her work has been exhibited and screened in Ireland, UK and France including the Short Irish Film Showcase, Liverpool Irish Festival, IndieCork Film Festival, EV+A International, Limerick and TULCA, Visual Arts Festival Galway. She has received numerous funding awards for her practice from the Arts Council of Ireland and Cork City Council. Colette has a studio at the Cork Artists Collective, is a Board of Directors member, and was a founding member of The Guesthouse.


These part-time, evening courses provide students with an opportunity to experience the potential of visual arts practice, through sustained engagement with materials, techniques, processes, research and art contexts.  Each course is an accredited module (5 credits) on the National Framework of Qualifications, where 60 credits equate to the workload of a full-time academic year on a degree programme.  It may be possible, therefore, to use these credits as part of one of our full-time programmes in the Department of Fine Art and Applied Art.  Students interested in pursuing this option should contact and bear in mind that they would need to submit work for assessment at the end of the module.


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