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  • Contemporary Glass Society — Event

    We are hosting the Contemporary Glass Society's regional event, with a talk from internationally exhibiting glass artist Heike Brachlow and a hands on workshop, this is the perfect networking opportunity. Open to all, the event will be running on Saturday 5 September, 10am-4pm – with a discount for members.

    Date 05.09.15, 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Acts of Making 2015

    Acts of Making is a city-wide two-week festival that celebrates contemporary craft through performances, live installations and workshops – all linked to works by Catherine Bertola, Keith Harrison, Owl Project, Mah Rana, Clare Twomey and Richard William Wheater.

    Date 12.09.15—26.09.15
  • Students create work for artist Michael Petry’s latest exhibition

    Students and staff from our BA (Hons) Glass programme have created the glass art for renowned American artist Michael Petry's latest installation at Pallant Gallery in Chichester. The exhibition is open to the public from 4 July 2015 to 1 March 2016.

    Posted 04.08.15
  • In Pictures: Contemporary Crafts Festival 2015

    We were back once again with our free workshops and Craft Pop Up shop at this year's Contemporary Crafts Festival at Bovey Tracey – as one of the largest and most prestigious craft events in the UK, it showcases the work of some the best artisans the UK has to offer.

    Posted 04.08.15
  • Fine Art grad Andy Cluer secures residency at KARST

    BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate Andy Cluer has been selected for a residency at Plymouth contemporary art space, KARST. Hosting international exhibitions and artists, KARST's studio complex houses nine artist studios including a designated project/residency space, providing an affordable, professional and secure working space for contemporary artists working within the city.

    Posted 27.07.15
  • Illustration grads selected as highlights of New Designers

    BA (Hons) Illustration grads Dom Tsoi and James Rae have returned from prestigious graduate show New Designers named as the highlights of the exhibition by design agency Jelly. With a range of illustration styles and outputs between them it's no wonder they've been noticed at one of the UK's biggest graduate design shows.

    Posted 24.07.15