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Jessie Nelson, who was awarded the Golden Button award for Outstanding Technical Ability at the Degree Shows, is on her way to the Edinburgh Fringe for a mixture of freelance stage dressing and volunteering across the festival.
Nicola Simpson, who is preparing to graduate from BA (Hons) Commercial Photography for Fashion, Advertising & Editorial, was shortlisted for the annual AOP Student Awards and selected as runner-up for ‘Best in Show’ at Free Range this year.
We have appointed Nicola Rosewarne as Subject Leader for our UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Performing & Production Arts for 16 to 19-year-olds, an A-Level equivalent course launching at Palace Court in September 2019.
We talk to Stephanie Owens, our new Head of School, Arts + Media, about bridging the gap between science and art, giant iridescent sculptures, and her work on The Matrix.
Cut off from 21st century life, a group of six artisan makers, including MA Contemporary Crafts graduate Niamh Wimperis, were transported back into a remote Victorian Arts and Crafts world where they were tasked with breathing life back into an original property.
Graphic Design graduate Tom Gordon talks to us about his proposition for our latest campaign. From Foo Fighters and Katy Perry to the iconic Rolling Stones, we chat to Tom about his work for some of the biggest names in the music industry and his advice for emerging designers...
Alan Qualtrough, BA (Hons) Graphic Design and MA Visual Communication graduate, is a retired journalist and editor. He explores whether the traditional craft of letterpress can be used to interrogate truth in the production and conception of social media. Read on to find out more about his practice, and his proposition 'Empower Community'...
Extended Diploma Art & Design (Creative Media Production) student Billy Langdown talks to us about his proposition for our latest campaign. Read on to find out more about his passion for social justice and how is love for film production grew at Plymouth College of Art...
We sit down with Peter to find out more about him, covering everything from his early career as a designer at the Moulton Bicycle Company to helping three students create a capsule for a one-way trip to Mars.