Over the last few weeks, full-time Visual Arts students have had access to a variety of material- and technique-based workshops and seminar sessions. These have ranged from spending a few days metalworking in the college's blacksmithing forge (marshalled by West Dean stalwart Andrew Smith); discussing the processes of translation involved in the professional Tapestry Studio's projects with artists and designers (with Philip Sanderson showing cartoons used for the studio's inaugural Henry Moore commission and a more recent project with Tracey Emin); a monoprinting session with Marcus Rees Roberts; a workshop on natural dyes with Penny Walsh (in which various materials and objects - wood, stone, tapestry, gesso panels, handmade papers - were dyed and over-dyed). A selection of photographs from the various sessions are below: