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We give all our home (UK) Undergraduate students at Plymouth College of Art up to £1,200 to help cover the cost of studying (which goes up to £1,400 if you do a four-year degree). Our Bursary is available to all students, and doesn't have to be paid back. Read on to find out more.
Now in the final year of her BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design & Surface Pattern degree, Abi Craig has gathered some impressive experience through working on live briefs, and creative internships. We caught up with Abi as she returned from a stint at British fashion brand Boden for a chat about what inspires her and what made her choose Plymouth College of Art for her degree...
Think you know solar panels? Head to Kaleider Studios in Exeter this Saturday for the unveiling of some incredible new solar panel art pieces, created by Art and Energy CIC with the help of the team at Fab Lab Plymouth, as part of The Environmental Futures & Big Data Impact Lab project.
Bank Job is a feature film and art project pushing for economic change led by artist duo Dan Edelstyne and Hilary Powell, who introduced the project to students during a visit to the college. Student Nathan Stark reports back on the day...
Join us at Tate Modern from Tuesday 12 to Friday 15 March 2019, where we invite members of the public to explore the issues that affect us all and create their own Propositions for Change as part of Tate Exchange.
Inspired by a childhood spent on the water, Plymouth College of Art alumni Jenny Ayrton's whimsical glass artworks have been selected to be showcased at London Glass Blowing this summer. Read on to find out more.
Part two of the 2018/19 South West Showcase, we sat down with artist Laura Phillips to talk about the process and inspiration behind her first solo exhibition – watch it now.
We chat to final year BA (Hons) Fashion student Chloe Gee, who recently spent two weeks working as an intern at the Vivienne Westwood London headquarters, working alongside the brand’s small team in the run up to their London Fashion Week 2019 show.
Illustration graduate Amanda West's latest collection is now being stocked by Wolf and Badger, home to some of the world's best independent fashion, jewellery and homeware brands. We chat with her to find out more about life after graduation for an emerging artist.
Students across our digital media programmes gained an insight into the world of television production from industry specialists during a visit from the Guild of Television Camera Professionals and the International Association of Wildlife Filmmakers.
BA (Hons) Graphic Design students Marie Mateo and Harry Richards are both in the final year of their degrees here at the college. We chat about working on real live briefs with real clients, through our in-house creative studio, The Agency.