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Think you know solar panels? Head to Kaleider Studios in Exeter this Saturday for the unveiling of some incredible new solar panel art pieces, created by Art and Energy CIC with the help of the team at Fab Lab Plymouth, as part of The Environmental Futures & Big Data Impact Lab project.
Third-year BA (Hons) 3D Design Crafts student Lucy Swift is working with 1963 Gallery, helping to curate and promote Light, Colour, Abstraction, a contemporary craft exhibition held at The Old Truman Brewery, London.
We highlight a selection of our talented 2018 graduates that are a must-see at this year's Degree Shows...
Students respond to Mount Edgcumbe's vast estate with large-scale ceramic, glass and digitally printed materials, addressing issues such as plastic pollution and homelessness.
Lecturer Glenn Carter reports back from teaching at the renowned UrbanGlass workshops in Brooklyn, New York.
BA (Hons) Product Design & Innovation student Lewis McCulloch Ryan has been announced as the winner of a design challenge set by Plymouth Gin to create a new iconic drinking vessel.
Glass artist and BA (Hons) Contemporary Crafts graduate Benjamin Lintell has been shortlisted for the Talente 2018 Munich Award.
BA (Hons) 3D Design Crafts student Florence Moore reports back on her Summer so far interning at London Craft Week.
We highlight several of our most recent graduates who have been spotlighted by international organisation The Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) in their graduate awards.
BA (Hons) Contemporary Crafts graduate Benjamin Lintell reports back on his time at internationally acclaimed centre for glass art education, Pilchuck Glass School.
Graduate Benjamin Lintell's new breathtaking collection of glass, 'Free Fall', explores the relationship between form and the emergent pattern constructed from individual paths of flowing movements.
Katelyn Mikkola, a Fine Arts major with a focus on ceramics, has joined us in Plymouth as part of our recent student exchange programme with Emily Carr University in Vancouver.