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The Rotary Club of Plymouth have awarded pupils from secondary schools across Plymouth awards for artworks in their Young Artist of the Year competition.
Brownie Cove Express, an upcoming game co-created by BA (Hons) Fine Art student Sam Machell, has been shortlisted for the Emerging Talent category of the Ludicious and Swiss Game Developers Association Awards.
See the winners of the Plymouth Rotary Club’s annual competition for young artists, which has celebrated the wealth of creative talent from across the city's schools for over 20 years.
We're excited to announce the winners of the British Ceramic Tile live client brief, Emma Corner and Abi Craig, with designs inspired by nature in the modern space.
Showcasing budding talent from emerging young creatives, the Rotary Club's Young Artist of the Year 2017 competition was open to all students in secondary education across Plymouth.
We catch up with BA (Hons) Photography graduate Josh Huxham to find out about his 'SILENCE' series, exploring identities, lost stories, and memories through collage to connect with those closest to him through visual language.
BA (Hons) Costume Production & Associated Crafts graduate Sara Whetherly reports back from New Zealand, where she attended the finals of The World of WearableArt competition with her Exuvia Prodigium design.
We highlight several of our most recent graduates who have been spotlighted by international organisation The Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) in their graduate awards.
We sit down with BA (Hons) Photography graduate Maciej Krzyminski to talk about his latest series 'Seven Trees', the importance of collaboration and his journey at the college.
BA (Hons) Illustration graduate Jake Williams has won the prestigious Business Design Centre New Designer of the Year award at the 32nd annual New Designers festival.
With subjects ranging from hoarding habits and deformity to gender neutrality and the relationship between art and fashion, we take a look back at our phenomenal Graduate Fashion Show 2017 in photos...
Photography students Sam Lyne and Margo Ryszczuk have been selected by Rankin for ‘Dying Matters’ touring exhibition alongside Margo winning a Summer placement with the photographer.