- Making Learning
- The Agency
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.
British Asian photographer, Suki Dhanda has turned her lens to the changing face of Plymouth’s population for a new exhibition commissioned by The Gallery: ‘Race, Place & Diversity by the Seaside’. The exhibition will be open to the public until 22 March 2018.
We sit down with Huma Mulji, Lecturer on our BA (Hons) Fine Art programme and practising artist, to talk taxidermy, the influence of the city and how to stay motivated.
The iconic British boat manufacturer provided a live brief to BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design & Surface Pattern students, with the winning design to be put into production and marketed internationally.
BA (Hons) Costume Production & Associated Crafts graduate Sara Whetherly reports back from New Zealand, where she attended the finals of The World of WearableArt competition with her Exuvia Prodigium design.
A multi-site major visual arts project, We The People Are The Work runs until 18 November at five venues around the city: The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, The Council House at Plymouth City Council, KARST, Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University and Plymouth Arts Centre.
Featuring work from a diverse range of disciplines, the Masters 2017 exhibition demonstrated the different ways the agency of creative practice can be used as a form of research into the contemporary experience.
BA (Hons) Contemporary Crafts graduate Benjamin Lintell reports back on his time at internationally acclaimed centre for glass art education, Pilchuck Glass School.
BA (Hons) Illustration graduate Jake Williams has won the prestigious Business Design Centre New Designer of the Year award at the 32nd annual New Designers festival.
Eight students from across our undergraduate programmes have been named by online publication Creative Bloq as part of their New talent 2017: Best graduates outside London.
International research conference Making Futures is back for its fifth edition on 21 & 22 September 2017 — we sat down with event curator Malcolm Ferris to talk about this year's themes, and how the conference has evolved.
BA (Hons) Photography and Pre-Degree graduate, Nicholas White has been shortlisted for the Zeiss Photography Award 2017 for his ‘Black Dots’ series. Visit Somerset House, London to see Nicholas's work as part of the WPO’s annual exhibition, the ‘Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr’ from 21 April – 7 May.
Exploring the theme of autobiographical memory, Mohini Chandra, photographic artist and Pathway Leader on our BA (Hons) Photography programme, exhibits at the Focus Photography Festival Mumbai.