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Information and support for Plymouth College of Art students, staff and our wider community about the Coronavirus.
Plymouth College of Art is one of the key partners of Green Minds, a project aiming to bring forward innovative and future-proofed ideas and create sustainable solutions within urban development.
We want to ensure that despite the lockdown, all of our graduating students have the opportunity to present their work to the public and to celebrate their status as graduating students of Plymouth College of Art. Image by Molly Erin McCarthy 'D-V-DREAMS' (2020) Gif- made for the online exhibition WELL NOW, WTF
Plymouth College of Art fashion students have responded to the Covid-19 outbreak using their learned skills and ingenuity.
As part of the British Council's Crafting Futures programme, Plymouth College of Art recently hosted master weavers from Saunders Weaving School in Mandalay, Myanmar. Students from our undergraduate and pre-degree textiles courses explored the importance of cultural exchange whilst learning traditional weaving methods from South East Asia.
In our latest Gallery Shorts series, we chat with Eleanor Duffin about her recent solo exhibition 'A Phantom Limb' in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art. From why she was drawn to sculptor Barbara Hepworth to what working with materials means as a woman - watch it now.
Graduates from Plymouth College of Art's BA (Hons) Film course have been recognised at the Royal Television Society’s Devon and Cornwall Student Awards.
Pre-Degree students aged 16 to 19 from Plymouth College of Art are still making and creating, despite the challenges of lockdown.
Elise Phillimore, who graduated from BA (Hons) Costume Production & Associated Crafts at Plymouth College of Art in 2018, has worked on an upcoming Netflix Original comedy film, Eurovision, as well as creating costumes for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Faced with the lockdown, our Multimedia Technicians jumped at the chance to show the endless possibilities of getting creative at home. Here, we sit down with them to talk about their isolation sci-fi film SOMNUS, created using their phones, everyday household objects and free digital software.
Jim Parkyn, Senior Model Maker and Aardman Ambassador, visited the college to give an exclusive clay modelling and character articulation workshop to our BA (Hons) Animation and BA (Hons) Game Arts students.
Students from across undergraduate and postgraduate study have assisted in installing bright and colourful murals in hospital spaces to encourage and stimulate staff and patients.