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BA (Hons) Costume Production and Associated Crafts student Jerry Moore talks ruffs, the Rainbow Portrait and not having to make tea, following his two week placement with one of the world's best-known theatre ensembles, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC).
We were back in St German's this year, celebrating the summer at Port Eliot Festival with free workshops and a Craft Pop-Up Shop in our tipi. Festival-goers enjoyed workshops ranging from fashion design and making to bookbinding, portraiture – and more.
Four students from our BA (Hons) Costume Production and Associated Crafts programme have been commissioned to create two of the costumes in Knee High’s touring adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca.
Renowned prop maker Jeannie Fletcher held a two day workshop with our BA (Hons) Costume Production and Associated Crafts students earlier this month. Jeannie is known for creating the iconic witch hats for West End show Wicked alongside her work in pantomimes across the UK.
BA (Hons) Costume and Associated Crafts student Jerry Moore recently created a costume for the Mayflower 400 project – the international project celebrates the link with Plymouth, UK and Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Students from Fine Art, Film, Photography, Animation, Fashion, Illustration, Contemporary Crafts, Design for Games, Graphic Design and more across BA (Hons), Masters study and pre-degree showed off their excellent work as the college opened its doors for a week.
Did you catch City College's production of Much Ado About Nothing at Royal William Yard? Find out how our first year BA Costume students helped bring Shakespeare's characters to life.
Plymouth College of Art Costume students helped celebrate the countdown to Christmas by creating lanterns for the Festival of Lights event in the city centre last month.