Earlier this Spring, current Fine Art Graduate Diploma student Phoebe Connolly was awarded the prestigious Cherryburn commission and residency, supported by The National Trust and The Society of Wood Engravers. Find out more about the residency and Phoebe's work in this blog post.
In this blog post, short course student Dan Nicholson-Smith talks about the woodworking course he attended at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, and how this exploration of wood as a material has helped him to connect back to the 8 ½ acre woodland he currently manages.
Foundation Diploma in Tapestry Weaving alumni Bridget Lane's tapestry 'Second Impression' has been selected as the winning entry for the 2019-20 Cordis Prize Tapestry Showcase. In this blog, Bridget talks about the ideas and inspiration behind her work.
Second year students on the Diploma in Art and Contemporary Craft programme recently put on a group exhibition on the theme of 'Emergence'. Read the blog post to find out how they got on - from planning and curating art works, to set-up.
In conjunction with this year's International Women's Day, we have profiled Composer-in-Residence Mary Hampton as one of the women who is exploring new ways to celebrate the College's heritage and our Founder Edward James through her residency. Read more in this blog post.
Last month, Fine Art students and a few staff members visited the New Art Centre, Wiltshire, as part of their Professional and Contextual Research study units. Read the blog post to find out more about their visit to the 'Psychotropics' exhibition.