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BA (Hons) Costume Production & Associated Crafts graduate Sara Whetherly reports back from New Zealand, where she attended the finals of The World of WearableArt competition with her Exuvia Prodigium design.
BA (Hons) Fashion and BA (Hons) Jewellery graduates join Dutch design collective Envisions at Dutch Design Week to display their playful and innovative work.
We catch up with filmmaker and college graduate Brent Zillwood to chat about the success of his latest film, Life Between Lives, following its screening at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Mercedes-Benz South West is touring events with a stylish one-of-a-kind smart car, featuring designs by BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design and Surface Pattern graduate Sarah Court.
We sit down with Jack Viant, BA (Hons) Illustration alumnus and Short Course tutor to find out what you can expect from his 10-week Illustration course for beginners and how he became an illustrator.
We highlight several of our most recent graduates who have been spotlighted by international organisation The Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) in their graduate awards.
We sit down with BA (Hons) Photography graduate Maciej Krzyminski to talk about his latest series 'Seven Trees', the importance of collaboration and his journey at the college.
BA (Hons) Contemporary Crafts graduate Benjamin Lintell reports back on his time at internationally acclaimed centre for glass art education, Pilchuck Glass School.
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.