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Did you know we may be able to help out with some of your travel expenses when you visit one of our Open Days, or attend your interview? Read on to find out how to make your claim.
We give all our home (UK) Undergraduate students at Plymouth College of Art up to £1,200 to help cover the cost of studying (which goes up to £1,400 if you do a four-year degree). Our Bursary is available to all students, and doesn't have to be paid back. Read on to find out more.
From 5 – 8 June, MTV Music Week will take over venues across the city with live music, curated panel talks and workshops - including a whole host of free events here at Plymouth College of Art. Read on to find out more about the acts appearing, and how you can book your tickets.
Fancy winning tickets to Boardmasters? We’re inviting our students to create a short vlog as part of an exciting competition with some incredible prizes up for grabs, including Boardmasters 2019 Weekend Camping tickets worth £400, VIP tickets for a film screening at Plymouth Art Centre’s Open Air Cinema this summer, and tickets to a show at Plymouth Pavilions. Read on to find out how to enter this amazing competition!
Plymouth College of Art and Plymouth Marjon University have joined forces to create a Live Work Artist in Residence opportunity, open to postgraduate applicants for MA Fine Art, MA Drawing, MA Painting, and MA Printmaking. The programme gives postgraduate students the chance to have their MA fees paid and free accommodation for one year - read on to find out how to apply.
Extended Diploma students Lowenna and Nina report back on their “fun and educational” trip to Barcelona, discovering iconic architecture and getting inspired at exhibitions.
It’s time to spring clean your calendar and make room for the things you’ve always wanted to do but never had the time - to make sure you don't miss a thing, we've put together a guide of some of the best arts, crafts and cultural events to see, do, and attend in our city this month.
Third year BA (Hons) Fashion Media & Marketing student Georgia Gadsby chats to independent magazine publisher, editor and writer Elisabeth Krohn, as she visits Plymouth College of Art to deliver a lecture giving insights into the world of publishing.
Interior Decoration, Design & Styling student Emma Payne took on the challenge of a lifetime by tackling Kilimanjaro to raise money for a charity close to her heart, and inspired by local tribes came back determined to promote sustainability in her designs.
We know the importance of self-care and wellbeing while studying, so we teamed up with second year Illustration student, Jua O’Kane, to deliver some exclusively designed items that were sent out to all prospective students to help them look after themselves in the build-up to starting university.
Now in the final year of her BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design & Surface Pattern degree, Abi Craig has gathered some impressive experience through working on live briefs, and creative internships. We caught up with Abi as she returned from a stint at British fashion brand Boden for a chat about what inspires her and what made her choose Plymouth College of Art for her degree...
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.
Bank Job is a feature film and art project pushing for economic change led by artist duo Dan Edelstyne and Hilary Powell, who introduced the project to students during a visit to the college. Student Nathan Stark reports back on the day...