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Let student art collective dOgMiLk take you to the land of uncertain futures, no promises and no time... welcome to Notopia.
Students pitch and design Issue 1 of Laud, a course newspaper that gives a look inside BA (Hons) Illustration at Plymouth College of Art.
Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs (AYCH) has a range of exciting FREE programmes available in 2020! A great opportunity for all young people aged 16 to 30 years old with an innovative idea or positive ambition and entrepreneurial mindset.
As part of the Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs (AYCH) project, Plymouth College of Art and Plymouth Youth Services hosted a Creative Jam (Hackathon) to challenge young people to shape the future while developing digital, creative and enterprise skills.
Ellie Stoten, third-year student of BA (Hons) Film & Screen Arts shares her experience working with Production Designer and Art Director Ed Turner on his latest project
Emily Myers, designer from London brand agency BrandOpus delivered the Chrysalis Student Awards brief to our Graphic Communication students
Looking for advice on putting together your portfolio or showreel for your university interview? We caught up with some of our Programme Leaders to get their top tips on how to prep for your interview like a boss.
Helen Markes, Extended BA course leader, discusses the difference between the two courses and how to decide which suits you best.
Lily Cumming, BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design and Surface Pattern graduate tells students about her current role at one of the biggest interiors and furniture brands in the world: IKEA.
Collaborating with expert curators, students from the BA (Hons) Commercial Photography for Fashion, Advertising and Editorial programme have assisted in photographing archival items for collections at The Box.
Explore the latest exhibition in The Gallery, Torsten Lauschmann's War of the Corners, a body of work consisting of video projections, light, sound and sculptural instruments programmed and automated to create a fictitious post-human place of worship, with photos by Dom Moore.