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To coincide with our Degree Shows 2017, we've picked four stand-out projects from our BA (Hons) Costume Production & Associated Crafts students. From Beyonce inspired burlesque to Sci-Fi humanoids and mythical creatures — these costumes are unmissable.
We're back again for another year at the Contemporary Craft Festival at Bovey Tracey, Laura Wasley picks her top five designer-makers to watch.
BA (Hons) Film graduate Tom Kirkman has spent time travelling around Bangladesh filming for hit TV show Chronicles of Nadiya, documenting the Great British Bake Off winner on her food exploration.
Textile designer, printmaker and Foundation Diploma in Art & Design graduate Beth Jones returns to India for her internship with Upasana — a sustainable fashion label addressing environmental and social issues through its clothing lines.
BA (Hons) Photography graduate, Nicholas White has been shortlisted for the Zeiss Photography Award 2017 for his ‘Black Dots’ series. Visit Somerset House, London to see Nick's work as part of the WPO’s annual exhibition, the ‘Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr’ from 21 April – 7 May.
Championing the photographic achievements of women, alumni and photographer Amber Leach discusses her Women in Photography conference and how it brings together female creatives.
UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Fashion & Textiles graduate Billie Jacobina has just debuted her latest collection at London Fashion Week 2017. Billie’s “extreme, but wearable” aesthetic garnered huge support at the show, teamed with an award win of Fashion Scout’s One to Watch.
Winner of the Postgraduate Student of the Year Award, commissioned for the Mayflower 400 and currently developing her own product range Onnen Design, illustrator Ashley Turner moved from Nashville, USA to study on our Masters degree in Entrepreneurship for Creative Practice.
We talk to BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing & Printmaking graduate Julie Ellis about her new solo show, 'Earth & Air: The Episodic Memory of Place', at Ocean Studios.
Interested in international study? Tatsu Ishikawa is a BA (Hons) Graphic Design graduate who left his home near Tokyo, Japan, to join the college. We talked to him about making the move to study in the UK, how the college helped to make it a smooth transition, and his experience of studying in Plymouth.
Game Arts graduate and Concept Artist at Rebellion, Jack Eaves visited the college to give BA (Hons) Game Arts and BA (Hons) Animation students tips on how to succeed as a concept artist and a peek into his day-to-day life at one of Europe's leading game developers. We sat down for a chat...
A selection of our students, staff and alumni are exhibiting in ‘Plymouth in Practice’, two new exhibitions at the birthplace of British studio pottery – The Leach Pottery, St Ives, showcasing the rich and creative ceramic practice exemplified by the college.
Graduate Henry South, Senior Artist at Industrial Light and Magic, returned to the college to lead a Q&A with our students. Henry has worked on films and television series that include Guardians of the Galaxy, Gravity, Edge of Tomorrow, Doctor Who and Harry Potter - to name a few! We sat down for a chat to hear his advice for aspiring visual artists...
Congratulations to our class of 2016! We celebrated years of hard work and creativity on Sunday 27 November at our 2016 Graduation ceremony. Hosted at Theatre Royal Plymouth, we awarded Honorary Fellowships jointly to Sir John Sorrell CBE and Lady Frances Sorrell OBE, and to Katie Greenyer, Creative Director of Pentland Brands.