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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.
We sat down with BA (Hons) Fine Art student Molly Erin McCarthy to chat IRL vs digital, her favourite tools and the importance of experimentation.
After joining the first BFI Film Academy Plymouth, the 19-year-old with no prior filmmaking experience is now working on an upcoming Marvel Studios film.
MA Glass student Laura Quinn and alumna Chloé Rosetta Bell are featured as ‘The Next Generation’ in the new issue of Crafts magazine, for “breathing new life into materials and processes, while rethinking conventions”.
BA (Hons) Interior Decoration, Design & Styling student Susan Clements-Loftus has been working closely with the co-founder of Crowdfunder on her project The ZenCube, which aims at designing a restorative space for people undergoing chemotherapy.
With a mix of mainstream films, independent cinema and foreign language screenings, the Plymouth Arts Cinema September & October programme is offering an exciting range of films, Q&A's and special events. Read on to find out more, and for details on how to book your discounted student and staff tickets.
Pre-Degree graduate Pablo Jones-Soler, one half of directing duo BRADLEY&PABLO, created the music video for Silk City feat Diplo, Dua Lipa and Mark Ronson, which has been nominated for an MTV Video Music Award. We caught up with Pablo to find out more...
Second-year students from our BA (Hons) 3D Design Crafts programme are currently exhibiting large-scale site-specific work in the Formal Garden at Mount Edgcumbe, and the closing date for the exhibition has now been extended until the end of September.
Pre-Degree graduate Aloma Watson-Ratcliffe has spoken to the BBC about her journey, learning to live with HIV after diagnosis as a child.
Mentoring a group at the AYCH Creative Jam, BA (Hons) Interior Decoration, Design & Styling Lecturer Charlotte Beevor helped lead a series of intensive creative workshops and sustainability seminars during her time in Gijón, Spain.
Taking part in the AYCH Creative Jam, MA Glass student Laura Quinn got involved in a series of intensive creative workshops and sustainability seminars during her time in Gijón, Spain.
August is the perfect month to explore the city and everything it has to offer, with outdoor cinema screenings and a jazz festival making the most of the warm evenings - to make sure you don't miss a thing, we've put together a guide of some of the best arts, crafts and cultural events to see, do, and attend in our city this month.