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From industrial clay sculptures and mischievous wolves in Plymouth to picket line protests in London, our crafts programmes came together last month to respond to Tate Exchange artist Clare Twomey’s theme of production.
Following on from 2017’s Tate Exchange takeover we were invited back for their 2018 programme, inspired by artist Clare Twomey’s theme of production. Plymouth College of Art is a Tate Exchange Associate.
Barnaby Barford, who has had solo shows across Europe and the USA, visited the college to run a masterclass for 14 to 16-year-old members of the National Art & Design Saturday Club.
BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing & Printmaking students Amelia Webster and Marie Taylor have collaborated on a research project with Q-Art, an art education research, publishing and events organisation.
Premiering at Saatchi Gallery and showcasing the pioneering approach to making being undertaken at Plymouth College of Art, Thinking Making by the Freelands Foundation explores what it is about 'making' that is important to staff and students and why this approach is working.
BA (Hons) 3D Design Crafts student Joanne Tyler presents her interactive learning platform, Light Up, as part of Tate Exchange.