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Want to work towards a qualification or take up a new hobby? Swarthmore is a centre for lifelong learning in Leeds, offering courses, activities, community projects and family learning. Their aim is to encourage people who want to learn. They are offering a wide and exciting array of courses for the new academic year from […]
This course provides students with a strong grounding in specialist traditional skills and techniques, such as soldering, stone setting and hand raising, whilst also challenging thinking about materials and designing contemporary silverware and jewellery….Read more on the Sheffield Hallam University website.
This course will equip you with the wider professional, communication and business skills needed to succeed in today’s challenging tailoring industry. The course combines the opportunities for the subject to be studied in either men’s and/ or women’s tailoring….Read more on the London College of Fashion website.
This practical degree is an internationally-respected jewellery design course. It gives you the freedom to develop your own creativity by encouraging you to experiment with a variety of ideas, materials, processes and techniques. You’ll be supported and encouraged to create innovative designs to a high standard of professionalism and have the chance to enter competitions and awards…..Read […]
MA Designer Maker at Camberwell College of Arts is aimed at design and applied art practitioners with well-developed workshop skills who are seeking to develop a critical and reflective approach to their practice. Making and learning are intertwined, and through a contextual programme our students explore the position of the designer and maker within contemporary […]
This is a studio-based, practice led course demanding a high level of commitment and motivation. Underpinned by a supportive theoretical framework and instruction in professional contemporary practice, it allows for collaborative opportunities for developing pioneering work within the textile industry….Read more on the Chelsea College of Art and Design website.
“Designers need to be able to think creatively and strategically about the identity of products and their cultural backgrounds and to support their ideas with innovation, commercial thinking and ethical questioning. MA Design: Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery (by Project) develops your creative abilities, imagination and expertise in relation to real design world demands by linking […]
The main aim of the course is to develop artists and makers who are well informed and have the capacity to express their ideas through the medium of ceramics with clarity, imagination and confidence. Graduates can follow a wide range of careers related to art practice, including establishing their own studios, working in community arts, […]
This Pathway offers an outstanding opportunity to experience a wide range of approaches to the subject of contemporary sculpture. It provides dialogue with highly engaged artists and curators and develops relevant skills with specialist technicians. Studying in this dynamic environment creates the space to produce challenging and relevant contemporary sculpture….Read more on the Wimbledon College […]