We know what a crucial decision you're making when choosing where and what to study when you are looking at universities, and it is so important you find out as much as you can about the courses you're interested in.
Our Open Days are a chance for you to get a feel for Plymouth College of Art and the range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses we offer, and to see for yourself just what sets us apart from other universities, both academically and creatively.
This Open Day takes place on Saturday 28 September. Experience first-hand how our students are pushing the boundaries in art, design and digital media – and see all the resources that are helping them along the way.
At our Open Day you can get a unique guided tour of our students' incredible work, meet staff, and get a feel for the vibrant and energetic atmosphere here at the college. Every course area – from Illustration to Photography, Fashion to Animation, Fine Art, Film, and more – is entirely open to the public, and you'll be able to explore the wide range of arts, craft, design, and digital courses that we offer.
Allie Wood studied at Plymouth College of Art for five years in total, starting as a pre-degree student and then successfully graduating in 2016 with a first class BA (Hons) in Graphic Design. As well as working as one of our mentors for undergraduate students, Allie has worked as a graphic designer since graduating, both with creative agencies and as a freelancer. Sponge say, "Creativity is woven into everything we do. We bring inspired ideas, people-centred approaches and innovative thinking to all projects, no matter what the technology or parameters," and we're excited to welcome them to this Open Day to talk about careers in the creative industries, offering advice and inspiration.
You'll be welcome if you turn up to the Open Day on the day but if possible, please secure your place by clicking on the link below.
What: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Open Day
Where: Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, Plymouth, PL4 8AT
When: Saturday 28 September 2019, 10am-4pm