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From styling your stand to starting a conversation, The Contemporary Craft Festival director Sarah James gives her top tips on selling at an event in the run-up to the festival in June.
We sat down with our BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice team to find out their top picks of the best online platforms and apps to get you started in media.
Principal Andrew Brewerton appears alongside Graham Brown-Martin and Ross Ashcroft on the talk show Renegade Inc. to debate what innovation in education might look like.
Part of our In Conversation series where our community of artists, designers and makers interview each other about college life, we sit down with Extended Diploma Creative Media Production student Bertram Jayarajah and Foundation Diploma in Art & Design lecturer Laura Edmunds.
Have you applied for Post-16 study with us? We caught up with some of our Course Leaders for their top tips on preparing your portfolio and interview.
Looking for advice on putting together your portfolio for interview? We caught up with some of our Programme Leaders for their top tips on the application process.
We’ve picked our top seven must-see designer-makers at this year's Contemporary Craft Festival. Known as one of the largest and most prestigious craft events in the UK, we return to sponsor the event and take part in the Festival Pottery Showdown. Don't miss out on the festival, taking place at Bovey Tracey, Devon from 10-12 June 2016.
With Making Futures invited to Beijing, China and Cheongju, Korea – and Principal Professor Andrew Brewerton speaking in Paris, France – through our creative innovation and groundbreaking continuum of arts education we’re helping to put Plymouth on the global map.
Plymouth Arts Centre is a nationally-renowned, Barbican-based centre for contemporary visual art, independent cinema and creative learning. Here, Film Programmer Anna Navas picks her five must-see films of the year especially for us.
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