Displaying items by tag: Art & Design
Art & Design Fashion ShowMonday 30 December 2013
The art & design department held its annual winter exhibition on Thursday 19 December, opening up their studios for an eye-catching fashion show.
Art and Design Students 'Collect & Create'Tuesday 9 January 2018
On Wednesday 20 December 2017, Art and Design students at Richmond upon Thames College studying the UAL Level 3 (Pre BA) Foundation Diploma hosted an exhibition titled ‘COLLECT & CREATE'.
Students identified an issue or agenda they were interested in and collated research in sketchbooks. This research was a starting point for experimental art and design work in a wide range of specialist areas such as fashion and painting. As an integral part of the project, students had to display their work in an exhibition. One student stated, “Throughout the project I had to think about the audience and what they would think of my work, and I found that really useful when it came to developing my work”.
The exhibition was a huge success and was attended by staff at the college and visitors from the local community. Students now plan to use their work and photography as part of their university interview portfolios.
Photo credit: Rocio Rey Aloe, Art and Design Level 3 Foundation Diploma student
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Art and Design Students Paint Mural Within CollegeWednesday 28 March 2018
After a really positive response from the Principal, the UAL Level 2 Art and Design group was given the go-ahead to paint a mural on the walls of the link corridor from the Art department towards the refectory.
The students went on a research trip to London to visit the White Cube and Victoria Miro galleries as well as Tate Modern. We looked at the London skyline and used drawing to distort it into abstract and colourful patterns. The live mural brief fitted perfectly into Unit 5 in which students have to solve a creative problem. The circular theme echoed the work of one the artists we looked at in London (Minjung Kim) and gave each student a unique section to work on.
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The mural has brightened up the corridor massively. When these buildings are knocked down to make way for the new college, sections of the mural will be kept as a record of the old building; just like the Berlin wall!
Barbican exhibition for Art and Design teacherMonday 18 March 2013
Phil Rudd is currently exhibiting a photography collection at the world famous Barbican Centre in London. Phil, who has spent ten years photographing western America's incredible landscape, has selected 22 images for display at the Barbican's Library gallery.
"To have the opportunity to showcase my work at such a renowned venue is fantastic and I'm hopeful that visitors will gain as much enjoyment from the photos as I did capturing and creating them," said Phil.
Chris receives Starpack Awards commendationSaturday 19 July 2014
Christmas card success for PatrycjaMonday 8 December 2014
Creative Arts & Media Summer ExhibitionTuesday 24 June 2014
On Wednesday 18 June, the College showcased the work of its creative arts and media students with a spectacular end of year exhibition.
Creative Arts Summer ExhibitionFriday 21 June 2013
On Wednesday 19 June, Richmond upon Thames College showcased the work of its outstanding creative arts and media students with a spectacular end of year exhibition. The event was attended by Councillor Meena Bond, Mayor of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and a former English, theatre studies and psychology student at the College.
Eel Pie Island mural recreatedSunday 22 September 2013
A mural once found in Twickenham's historic Eel Pie Island Hotel has been recreated by Richmond upon Thames College art student, Sarah Blackwell, for an exhibition celebrating the island's unique place in music history.
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